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2012-09-01
The Boss asks why Dilbert is doing a bad job on his assignment and Dilbert blames management who didn't match his skills to the assignment.

2012-09-02
Dilbert and Wally discuss Apple's next phone when Topper interrupts. And then Topper from the future interrupts.

2012-09-03
Mordac rejects Dilbert's business case because he used the old template. It didn't bother Dilbert.

2012-09-04
There's no budget for network monitoring software so the Boss asks Dilbert to write it.

2012-09-05
Dilbert describes what he does for a living to a woman at a party. He is working on a framework to allow construction of large-scale analytical queries on unstructured data.

2012-09-06
The Boss introduces Lars, the better version of Dilbert.

2012-09-07
Tina get turns on by Lars, the cooler version of Dilbert.

2012-09-08
A co-worker wants to know why Dilbert thinks the design would be inefficient but Dilbert doesn't want to explain.

2012-09-09
Dilbert doesn't want to drive to an unfamiliar place with Alice because she'll argue with the GPS.

2012-09-10
While walking with a woman, Dilbert wants to check something on his phone. She says it's humiliating and disrespectful if he prefers his phone to her company.

2012-09-11
Asok asks to be a remora for a trade show, where he suctions to the back of a larger man's visit.

2012-09-12
A co-worker gives Dilbert some push-back on his due dates. Dilbert asks what excuse he should tell the others, lazy or incompetent.

2012-09-13
The CEO got away with some insider trading. It was a victimless crime.

2012-09-14
Poor people invented ethics to control rich people, says the CEO.

2012-09-15
Dogbert becomes a money manager for dumb celebrities, those who don't pay attention to what happens to their money.

2012-09-16
A co-worker can't find her phone so she's late or a meeting with a customer. The engineers say she forgets or loses everything.

2012-09-17
The Boss feels sorry for the engineers because he's been too busy lately to manage them.

2012-09-18
An interviewee asks the Boss how to help support the Boss's goals. The Boss replies to work 80-hour weeks for cheap.

2012-09-19
The CEO says persistence is the key to success. He also says it's key to know when to quit.

2012-09-20
Wally says attitudes are socially contagious, and is lazy because of the co-worker sitting next to him.

2012-09-21
Asok misunderstands the Boss when he gets instructions full of idioms, like choke the pooch and throw him under the bus.

2012-09-22
A co-worker wants to lend Dilbert a good book. Dilbert doesn't want to let others decide how he'll spend his free time.

2012-09-23
Dilbert asks for a decision from the Boss. The Boss wants to get Dilbert's recommendation, but Dilbert wants to get the Boss to decide. It's all a matter of assigning the blame.

2012-09-24
The CEO is dismayed when he accidentally wanders into the grimy habitat of underlings.

2012-09-25
The Boss asks Carol about a study that says doing repetitive tasks stimulates creativity. So Carol must be the most creative person in the office.

2012-09-26
Dilbert wants a co-worker to e-mail data to him, but she says they don't do it that way. He's unable to understand anything she says.

2012-09-27
A social media expert tells the Boss he will increase the company's web traffic but is vague about how.

2012-09-28
Dilbert asks a social media expert how he plans to charge the company. Is it based on how much the traffic increases? No, it's whatever he thinks the company will pay.

2012-09-29
The CEO says the executive team figured out the source of all problems. Dilbert asks if the problem is the constantly changing executive team and strategy.

2012-09-30
A co-worker told the Boss Wally was being unhelpful, so Wally shows his skill at deflecting criticism back onto the co-worker.