My Job Here Is Done is an 3-part exploitable picture from the Japanese animated series Sailor Moon, in which the character Tuxedo Mask dramatically leaves after attributing to himself some credits for a victory. This scene was exploited by many Internet users and edited to parody similar situations in different medias.
The text used for this exploitable isn't actually said in the anime, but is rather a humorous exaggeration of Tuxedo Mask's overall interventions in various episodes, as he usually makes dramatic entrances and encourages Sailor Moon from afar while she fights the villains instead of actually engaging himself into the battle. The pictures, they are screenshots taken from the first episode aired March 1992, Nakimushi Usagi no Kareinaru Henshint, right after Sailor Moon's first battle and Tuxedo Mask's first intervention.
The comic was first posted to Tumblr by an account that has since been deactivated, so it is unclear when exactly it was posted. It has garnered over 575,000 notes and was reblogged to popular Tumblr Ruined Childhood on April 10th, 2014.
On April 11th, 2014, Tumblr user Beth Kernet published a redrawn version of the comic featuring Michael and Ray from Roosterteeth instead of Tuxedo Mask and Sailor Moon. Posted on the Roosterteeth subreddit the following year, it gained 3266 points and 93% positive votes.
On April 29, 2014, it was posted to /r/funny on Reddit, where it gained 2888 points and 93% positive upvotes (shown below). However, the image has a watermark from 9GAG, meaning it was posted to that site sometime before it made Reddit.
The exploitable was since then used as a base for other parodies covering similar situations. On 9gag, many edits appear with captions related to group projects, while others make video game references. The top edit on the site, shown below, is a "group project" edit that gained over 23,000 upvotes.