Dilbert plays another round of "If we had money."
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An e-mail announces the cleaning crew was let go. The staff are asked to "adopt a toilet."
Dilbert arrives late to a meeting and asks for a recap.
Carol says her net worth is higher than the Boss's because of his investments.
Asok collects money for the Boss's birthday.
Dilbert's stocks are down 70%. Topper's house is insulated with cheese.
Dilbert is painting his house to save money. Topper describes how he makes his own silk garments.
Carol says her baby weighed twelve pounds. Topper described how his gallstone became secretary of labour.
The Boss's stockbroker is in the news. It can only mean bad things.
Dilbert and a salesman each try to determine if the other companies will stay in business long enough.
Wally makes a deal with Catbert for a raise involving kickbacks.
Wally asks Asok to be his henchman for his new life in crime.
Wally says a life of crime isn't so bad. It depends on the role models.
Wally describes his life in crime -- selling company secrets, insider trading and kickbacks.
Wally retires from his life of corporate crime and invests the profits in a mutual fund.
Catbert wants to save money by downsizing the unhealthy workers.
Wally describes how his job has evolved into doing nothing.
A new MBA comes in to solve all the engineers' problems.
A new MBA describes how he is now an expert -- by reading case studies about completely different situations.
Alice punches the new MBA.
The new MBA presents a boring spreadsheet to the Boss.
The Boss doesn't know who to believe -- the new MBA or the crazy old witch.
The MBA's analysis doesn't support Dogbert's strategy.
A young engineer challenges the dominant work-avoider in the herd.
Dilbert says the project won't finish on time, but the Boss wants Dilbert to take more ownership.
Wally says several agenda items don't involve him so he'll take a table nap instead.
Alice went for a long walk, but Topper can jump rope really high.
The Boss asks Dilbert to find out how many engineers their competitors have.
The Boss describes what to tell the customers about the system failure -- it won't happen again.
The Boss asks Asok to scrub the data in a database no one uses anymore.
Dilbert asks his mother for motherly advice about his dismal situation.