A sales rep loses control when Dilbert asks about tax and shipping on the estimate.
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A sales rep says Dilbert flipped out when she showed him the cost estimates.
Catbert confronts Alice about her punching a crazy co-worker.
Wally plans his excuses around Ted's vacation.
Wally passes around Ted's get well card.
Alice always solves problems caused by the Boss.
Asok asks Wally's advice on how to handle priorities.
Wally hasn't finished the detailed analysis because he's more of a big picture guy.
Wally enjoys disappointing people. He loves who he is.
Wally will speak about disappointing people for Dogbert's speakers bureau.
The Boss envisions a giant goals database for division goals, department goals and personal goals.
Dogbert books Wally to be the keynote speaker for a big company.
Wally advises his audience the source of all unhappiness is other people.
A financial adviser outlines his plan to invest Wally's money from demotivational speaking.
Wally didn't feel the need to work this week due to his outside income.
The Boss doesn't want to lose empty cubicles to other departments.
Wally takes his time writing a technical evaluation. The first draft says "blah, blah, blah."
Alice puts hazardous waste into the break room fridge to find out who's been eating her lunch.
Loneliness can only be cured by others listening to you, Dilbert says.
The Boss asks Asok to make a spreadsheet and track something. It doesn't matter what.
No e-mail on Fridays in order to boost productivity, the Boss announces.
Catbert tells Dilbert he as already reached full potential, so there's no reason to improve.
The career plan for Alice is to keep her around until an Elbonian can do her job for less, Catbert says.
Dilbert does things differently from the Boss, so he must be doing everything wrong.
Wally does some e-mail judo to keep from doing work.
Jeff the human ashtray comes close to Alice to share his aroma.
Jeff the human ashtray warns Dilbert about a hole in the ground, but it's just ash.
Jeff the human ashtray says he can be a good manager.
Jeff the human ashtray says there's more to being a manager than having an ashtray for a head.
Note: An early version of the strip shows Jeff sitting on the toilet and shows the toilet. The published version does a closeup of Jeff and does not show the toilet.
The Boss asks Dilbert to inventory the furniture. Dilbert wonders when the Boss will forget the Boss asked.
The Boss's department will be eliminated because the CEO doesn't understand what it does.