Dogbert asks for all of the jury award as his payment for winning the lawsuit.
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Dilbert returns to his job and finds out he has a new cubicle.
Ted's position is eliminated. Ted complains his performance reviews have always been good.
Wally wants a raise or else he'll eat unhealthy food and avoid exercise.
Catbert says wellness programs pay off eventually but aren't good in the short term.
Catbert is concerned about job performance but won't supply an ergonomically correct chair.
Dogbert the financial baker is asked to cook the company books.
Dogbert cooks the books by assuming the pension plan will earn 15% per year.
Wally said he didn't have time to install critical updates and couldn't connect his computer to the Internet without the critical updates.
Dilbert is to get input from Allen, an amorphous cloud of gas.
The Boss is puzzled because his smartest employees keep disagreeing with him.
Alice is addicted to the online job posting system.
Alice talks to s psychiatrist about her addiction to looking at online job postings.
The Boss asks for a high-level view. Dilbert compares the situation like a bunch of termites eating a log.
The Boss says he never has enough information to make decisions, but is a good judge of character.
Dress code is relaxed to include shorts because the company uses less air conditioning to save money.
The Boss treats Dilbert as an idiot and explains obvious things.
The company is reevaluating their dress code that allows shorts, and covers Dilbert with a tarp.
The Boss asks Dilbert to find a photogenic hobo because the company wants to improve its image.
Dilbert meets with hobos to figure out to which one to give money.
Charitable giving by the company sparked a hobo riot.
Wally fits an entire presentation on one powerpoint slide. The entire slide is black.
Dilbert reports his laptop was stolen by Elbonian spies.
Asok signs up for a seminar on how to make a million dollars. The others insist it is a scam.
Elbonians look through the laptop stolen from Dilbert.
Wally reads a magazine about sitting. He wonders why they have an article on leaning.
Wally reports he spent the week focused on ergonomics and kept his guts moist.
Dilbert asks a company lawyer to turn a simple agreement into gibberish.
The company lawyer finishes a contact started during the Miocene era.
Alice says they should do something special for Shelly's birthday.
The Boss stops Wally from leaving work early.