Alice thinks the Boss's writing is horrible, but he only wants her to review the technical part of the document.
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The Boss motivates Dilbert by displaying his own sense of passion and purpose.
Dilbert says the return on software without bugs is 10% and buggy software is 40% because of upgrades and service.
The Boss abuses Dilbert because the new unemployment statistics are out.
Topper wants to explain a simple solution to Dilbert's problem, but only after the other meeting attendees have gone.
Dilbert works with the web designer to explain their new product on the website.
Topper brags he is taller than Dilbert and his powerpoint slides are hanging in the Louvre.
Dilbert complains to accounting his project got charged for expenses that aren't his.
Wally literally interprets the instructions the Boss sent by text message, even though auto-correct messed up the message.
Dogbert says the company is irrelevant, and forms breakout groups to discuss it.
Facebook has created a giant robot to steal talented employees from other companies.
Dilbert tells his date he is developing an app. She gives him a lottery ticket to double his odds of success.
The Boss wants the team to do more with less. They suggest less meetings, less micromanagement, but the Boss says less money.
The media asks the CEO to donate his fortune to charity. The CEO says that's not for him, only billionaires.
The Boss asks Dilbert to program the website to collect browser history from their visitors.
The Boss asks Tina to be in charge of their move to the new building.
Tina says the new cubicles will be death-eater gray, and will absorb happiness from those standing near it.
Tina puts Alice in a cubicle between a loud talker and a chronic flatulator.
Wally can't help a co-worker because the team is moving to a new office.
The Boss has to compete with all the other departments for funding. All the other departments are professional liars.
Wally used up the entire engineering budget just learning the new technology.
Dilbert asks the company lawyer for advice. The lawyer says it's a big risk, no matter what.
Dilbert signs the maintenance agreement without understanding it.
A man comes to collect Dilbert's internal organs because Dilbert signed a services agreement without understanding it.
Dilbert asks the company lawyer for advice on how to get out of a contract that promises his internal organs.
The company lawyer advises Dilbert to get out of them harvesting his internal organs by getting an attractive woman to certify he has cooties.
The Boss asks Dilbert to replace the old server with a new one. Dilbert is surprised the Boss's instructions make sense.
Dogbert advises the company on how to secure a long-term supply of rare earth metals from China.