The clip A Lesson Learned Part 2 from The Flintstones (1994) with John Goodman, Rick Moranis
That's a real nice offer, Mr. Slate, but unfortunately, I'm gonna have to turn you down.
Don't listen to him, Mr. Slate. Fred, it's a great job! This time, you deserve it.
Barney, all my life I wanted to be a somebody.
And when I finally did, I turned into somebody I didn't like.
Good grief, man, have you lost your mind?
This could make you rich beyond your wildest dreams.
I was always the richest man in the world.
I just never knew it.
So, if it's okay with you, Mr. Slate,
all I want is my old job back and my old life.
And two weeks paid vacation for all the men in the quarry,
an annual cost of livin' increase...
and those little packets of ketchup in the lunchroom.
Thanks, boss. See you at the company picnic.
There goes the best executive I ever had.
Fred, I'm so proud of you.
And I'm proud of you, Barney.
What do you say we get some breakfast. Snake and eggs for everybody.
My treat. Barney...