Dogbert presents a list of demands for Dilbert's new year's resolutions.
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A co-worker asks if Dilbert would like to join them for lunch. Dilbert declines because they haven't decided where to go.
The Boss tells an interviewee the company is very green. That includes selling his kids for carbon credits.
Alice complains a co-worker looks like Bilbo Baggins and that is distracting.
The Boss asks Dilbert if he is confident in his cost predictions. Dilbert says he trusts them like he trusts the Boss.
Wally says there was many different ways to interpret the Boss' voicemail instructions so he chose to do nothing.
Dogbert helps the company to evolve their products into cloud computing. Dogbert says "Blah Blah Cloud."
Wally decides to be more of a big picture guy. Lesser people can manage and implement while he criticises.
A co-worker tries to disagree with Dilbert but Dilbert says that's because he doesn't understand.
Dilbert tells the Boss it's customary to respond to a question with an answer.
Dilbert sees a doctor because he can't stop voicing his honest opinion. The doctor says being an engineer is classified as a disease now.
Dilbert is suffering from Pon Farr. Vulcans and engineers go into heat every seven years.
Dilbert and Alice are both suffering from Pon Farr. They have an irresistible urge to mate.
A co-worker says Dilbert's ideas have already been tried and failed miserably.
Dilbert complains he was the only one to think the project was a bad idea and he got assigned to it.
The meeting room is already in use so the engineers find another room. Or not find a room.
When the Boss understands a concept it marks the beginning of its decline.
Dogbert, at a sales training seminar, says the salesman's job is to get low quotas from their boss.
Dilbert interviews for another job. They offer less pay.
Dilbert tells Wally his interview went well even though it was a worse job for less pay.
The Boss says they're not as creative as Apple and not powerful enough for a fast-follower strategy.
Alice complains Google gave an engineer millions of dollars. The Boss says he'll try to fix that.
The Boss introduces a Frendor, not quite a friend and not quite a vendor.
Alice rejected the Boss's Facebook friend request. The Boss asks why.
The government will give tax incentives for new capital investments, an accounting troll says. Dilbert says they'll get right on it.
The Boss announces tax cuts will be used for executive bonuses, and the company won't do any new projects.
The Boss asks Asok to go to Elbonia using the underground route from Switzerland.
Asok gets frisked going through airport security.
The Boss learns Asok is being held for ransom by terrorists.
Ruth asks Dilbert for his input on a document. Dilbert is reluctant to give his full opinion.
Asok reports to the Boss after being freed by terrorists. He thought he'd never be released because the Boss refused to pay.