The new cow supervisor says she overcame bias to get the job.
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The new cow supervisor asks to be thought of as a bovine overlord and usurper of the employees' position in the food chain.
Wally dresses as an Elbonian to help his career.
Wally is the new VP of Finance. An accounting troll says it transferred a large amount of money to an offshore bank.
Dogbert has been hired to identify the company's most important goals.
The Elbonians consider an offer to buy the company for nine dollars.
The office is bare since a corporate raider bought the company and sold off all the assets.
Dogbert addresses rumours he sold the employees' brains and spirits.
Dogbert tells a venture capitalist they're going into the solar panel business.
The Boss wants Dilbert to show his solar panels to investors. Dilbert didn't invent any.
Investors complain to Dogbert there are no solar panels.
Dilbert asks the Boss for permission to talk to a potential customer.
Dogbert the CEO brags to an employee his salary is 400 times more than hers.
Dogbert the CEO brags to an employee his salary is 420 times more than his.
Dogbert the CEO bought a helicopter to keep birds off the building.
Dogbert the CEO plans to start some false rumours to get the stock to rise and then exercise his stock options.
Dogbert is stepping down as CEO. He asks the engineers to carry his cash to his helicopter.
Dogbert the philanthropist describes how he inspires the poor by showing them his opulent lifestyle.
An idea squirrel steals Asok's idea. Asok tries to prevent it from presenting it to the Boss.
A co-worker brags to Alice about his phone. Alice smashes it with a hammer.
Dilbert asks for a logo for the new prototype.
Dilbert complains the graphics department is too busy to design a logo for the new product.
Dilbert presents the new logo designed by the graphics department in a hurry.
Dilbert gets feedback on his new project. The graphics quality casts a dark shadow.
Dilbert asks Wally for comments on the new business plan. Wally gives his opinion without reading the plan.
Dilbert shows his new invention to Dogbert. It's a carbicle -- part car and part cubicle.
The Boss removes all funding from Dilbert's project because it isn't sexy.
A co-worker says they need a plan to make a plan.
Wally says he is a winner who knows how to set realistic goals, not a loser who achieves nothing.
Ted can keep his job if he's willing to commute an extra 50 miles each way.
Dilbert comes to a meeting in a costume as Wally said everyone would be.