This is my first rebus. The titre is a crue.
Note the knowledge tag. You may have to use your internet savvy to solve this. Depending on what you know of course!
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Roger Wilco and out
In order, the clues are:
The band Wilco.
Ampersand means "and".
Someone being thrown out
The clue in the title is
"We're f***l***ying here" because " roger wilco and out" is pilot jargon.
I've accepted ET's answer. If anyone is interested in my thought processes when creating the puzzle, here you are.
Roger, Wilco and Out. (note all initial caps - as per standard notation)
The eccentric spelling comes from the first character's speech pattern on the site where I got the picture. A slight wabbity wisp fwom Woger.
"Rebus arone!" - When converted by substituting l for r, we get something that sounds like ""Leave us alone". The phrase Roger, Wilco and Out, does mean that in a sense. It translates to "Okay, Will do, and Leave us alone, we're fine now."
We're flying here! - This a clue to the fact it is flying jargon when speaking to ATC or another pilot.
The hint about internet savvy. I'm sure most people on a puzzling site know this already, however, for anyone who hasn't discovered it yet, you can search online using images. Thus, if you don't recognise a picture, you can often find it online. In the case of Wilco, for example, you would have found both the picture and the name of the band.