The Boss says change is good. Dilbert wonders why most startups fail.
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Wally brings a fish into the office to microwave. Carol complains it will smell too much.
The Boss hires a person because he is tall.
The Boss asks for the root cause of the project's failure. Dilbert says it started with the origin of the universe.
A man arrives for an interview in a room called "where hope goes to die."
Catbert senses desperation in a job applicant.
Dilbert's date buys him a shirt after only one date and Dilbert is creeped out.
The CEO describes the new business plan -- beg for a government bailout.
The usual project arc is described, from unwarranted optimism to an undesirable project.
The spam filter has become self-aware, and manages the company by deciding which messages to allow through.
The self-aware spam filter has rewritten the business plan.
The self-aware spam filter orders killer robots.
Dilbert complains their robots have turned murderous.
Dogbert takes care of the murderous robots.
Dilbert's date hears a story about the murderous robots at Dilbert's company.
Wally describes his system of avoiding assignments to Asok.
The new dress code requires company shirts on casual Fridays.
The Boss complains he doesn't have everyone's full attention at a meeting.
Catbert bans all laptops from meetings.
The Internet calls to Dilbert and shows him cool new gadgets.
Dilbert asks his doctor to give everyone else a pill to make them more interesting.
Dilbert's date says the conversation is boring and suggests they use their cell phones to surf instead.
The Boss asks for a deployment timeline. Ted is the only one who knows anything about that and he's on vacation.
The Boss says in bacon and eggs, the chicken contributed and the pig was committed.
Dilbert is waiting for Alice to arrive and says she has poor time management skills.
Dilbert complains to Catbert Alice beat him up.
An accounting troll says drastic budget cuts are required.
The Boss admits things look bleak after the budget cuts.
After budget cuts, the Boss says things will turn around.
The Boss doesn't understand a word of Dilbert's report so stalls for time.