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2015-01-01
Dilbert meets a woman at a party who is eyeing his tube clothes. She will date anything that has a job.

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2015-01-02
A woman introduces Dilbert to her mother. Dilbert wears his tube clothes.

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2015-01-03
Dilbert realises his market value as a single guy is higher than he thought. As long as he is employed and tall, he is OK.

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2015-01-04
The Boss asks Carol to do personal stuff on personal time. She says she doesn't have enough personal time to do everything she needs to do.

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2015-01-05
Dilbert does A-B testing on his dates. His date isn't happy with that.

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2015-01-06
Dilbert's date wants to be in a serious relationship that can lead to marriage. Dilbert thinks of marriage as a financial contract.

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2015-01-07
Dilbert, dressed in tube clothing, meets a guy wrapped in a carpet.

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2015-01-08
Dilbert can wear his tube clothing in the shower thus doing laundry at the same time.

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2015-01-09
Dilbert's date wants to be loved for her mind, not for the way she looks.

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2015-01-10
Topper says he diverted an asteroid on a collision course with earth using only kung fu.

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2015-01-11
Wally demonstrates the "taper" to Asok, where he works a little less every day.

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2015-01-12
Catbert asks Dilbert to stop wearing tube clothes at work. They distract other workers.

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2015-01-13
The Boss forgets why he walked over to Dilbert's cubicle. Dilbert reminds him about spewing empty jargon.

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2015-01-14
Wally yells at a co-worker asking whether he finished his assignment.

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2015-01-15
Catbert suggests the Boss use a magic wand to help improve the employees.

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2015-01-16
When the CEO spews nonsense, Alice and Asok barf.

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2015-01-17
The Boss wants employees who are fierce. A co-worker doesn't know how to interpret that.

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2015-01-18
The Boss asks Dilbert to do tasks outside his job description. Dilbert resists.

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2015-01-19
Dilbert doesn't want to become a manager. Managers are supposed to hire people smarter than themselves, which would be hard for Dilbert.

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2015-01-20
The CEO asks Catbert to find an incompetent loser as a replacement, so the board won't consider firing the CEO.

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2015-01-21
Dilbert can build a flying car that can power itself on air for only $3,000.

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2015-01-22
Dilbert's flying car is great, but all people care about is the selfie camera for the steering wheel.

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2015-01-23
The Boss says only 13 percent of employees feel engaged at work. Dilbert point him out.

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2015-01-24
The problem guy says he always is the ten percent of employees with a certain problem.

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2015-01-25
Wally wants to become a toxic guy so he won't be invited to meetings.

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2015-01-26
Dilbert's project is in the phase where people ask stupid questions.

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2015-01-27
It takes money to make money, but the Boss doesn't know where the first money came from.

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2015-01-28
Success is about who you know not what you know. Wally says Dilbert isn't helping him become successful.

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2015-01-29
The CEO bought a dolphin but it turned out to be a retired Russian military dolphin that killed a clown.

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2015-01-30
The CEO asked for Dogbert's help in disposing of a body of a clown that his dolphin killed.

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2015-01-31
Dilbert tells the Garbageman about the CEO's dolphin that killed a clown at his daughter's pool party.

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