The Boss hires Ratbert to make the employees feel better about not being as bad off as Ratbert.
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The CEO invites the employees to visit his winery and purchase wine at near-retail prices.
Carol mistakenly put the Boss's name as the fired employee instead of Ted. Now his access has been cut off and his phone is shut off.
The Boss is a fugitive and asks Wally for help to hide so security can't find him.
Asok suggests the Boss hide in the ductwork while he is a fugitive from security.
The Boss is stuck in the ductwork because he's hiding after his security access is mistakenly revoked.
A project leader asks the Boss for an engineer to help on his project. The Boss shows him the choices and none are good.
The Boss is stuck in the ductwork and is presumed dead. The engineers want to propel his carcass into the stratosphere.
The engineers build a machine to get the Boss's body out of the ductwork. Then they hear his voice.
The Boss is propelled out off the ductwork and through the roof.
The Boss is in the hospital after being propelled out of the ductwork.
The Boss is dead and ends up in Helven, the outsourced version of heaven and hell.
The engineers want to drive a stake into the Boss's body to make sure he's dead.
Marketing has asked the engineers to make their products more robust. The engineers want to argue about what that means.
The Boss returns to work after being dead for a week. He brought back a consultant from the afterlife.
The Boss's consultant from the afterlife is called Helen Fry -- as in "go to Helen Fry".
Asok visits the company's ombudsman to resolve a dispute with management. The ombudsman takes Asok's soul.
After losing his soul, Asok asks for a transfer to marketing where that would be an advantage.
Asok with no soul discusses how to improve their Google search with keywords, inbound links and a ritual sacrifice.
The Garbageman helps Asok to get his soul back.
A co-worker asks Dilbert for a rough cost estimate. Dilbert says he doesn't trust him with preliminary numbers.
The leader of Project Emu prefers to slowly read each powerpoint slide instead of just e-mailing the deck around.
The Boss asks Dilbert for something by the end of the day. Dilbert believes it will then sit in the Boss's inbox for a week.
Alice complains the savings from her project was added to Ted's failing project.
The Boss introduces the new account manager. His job is to solve problems that would bore an ordinary person to death.
A co-worker wants load calculations from Wally by Tuesday. He asks to be reminded on Monday.
The Boss asks Dilbert to take over the project of someone who quit without leaving any documentation.
Dilbert describes his accomplishments for the week. He confuses his fantasy life with his real job.