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2016-04-01
The Boss wants more details on the financial projections. Dilbert shows him an app that generates random numbers.
Note: Guest artist Donna Oatney.

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2016-04-02
Carol gives a bad horoscope reading for the Boss. He'll be dead by noon.
Note: Guest artist Donna Oatney.

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2016-04-03
Carol's son wants to get a pierced ear, a tattoo, grow a human ear on his back like the rat. Dilbert thinks all those things are a good idea.

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2016-04-04
Ted asks Dilbert to send a file. Email, Dropbox, Google Drive, ICloud Drive, Airdrop, or Creative Cloud?
Note: Guest artist Brenna Thummler.

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2016-04-05
Ted wants to know why Dilbert didn't send a file like he said. Dilbert didn't know the format to send, so asked in an email.
Note: Guest artist Brenna Thummler.

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2016-04-06
Ted complains to Catbert that Dilbert wants Ted to drive into a ravine. Catbert wants that too.
Note: Guest artist Brenna Thummler.

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2016-04-07
The Boss tells Dilbert he's not allowed to tell co-workers to drive into a ravine. It was a joke, Dilbert protests.
Note: Guest artist Brenna Thummler.

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2016-04-08
Carol blames Dilbert for causing Ted to drive into a ravine. Dilbert could have been more constructive.
Note: Guest artist Brenna Thummler.

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2016-04-09
The Boss interviews a new Ted, same as the old Ted, for the job of generic white guy.
Note: Guest artist Brenna Thummler.

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2016-04-10
Dilbert asks permission to take a class on communicating better. The Boss doesn't understand what Dilbert is saying.

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2016-04-11
Carol needs to know Dilbert's astrological sign before putting him on the Boss's schedule. It's her new system to prevent chaos.

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2016-04-12
The Boss asks for a colour change to Dilbert's design. Dilbert says that will make the design worse. The Boss has an eye for design.

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2016-04-13
Dilbert didn't answer Ted's email because he doesn't read long emails. They're a sign of a disorganised mind.

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2016-04-14
Dilbert repeatedly checks his pulse to see if he's dying of boredom while talking with the Boss.

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2016-04-15
The Boss isn't an engineer so doesn't know if Dilbert is doing the right thing. He also doesn't watch Dilbert so doesn't know if Dilbert puts in the required effort.

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2016-04-16
Dilbert's tests show the competitor's product outperforms the company's in nine of eleven dimensions. The Boss asked Dilbert to submit the other two to Marketing.

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2016-04-17
The competitors have better products because they have better managers. The managers got their engineers proper budgets to do the job right.

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2016-04-18
Government wants the company to make software to unencrypt the users' data, the CEO says. Either they choose privacy or national security.

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2016-04-19
The Boss wants Dilbert to write software to crack their own encryption. For the good of the country.

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2016-04-20
The Boss asks Dilbert for an update on the decryption project. Dilbert speaks into the Boss's phone to report.

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2016-04-21
Dilbert gives the Boss a flash drive with the anti-encryption software. If it falls into the wrong hands all privacy on earth will suffer.

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2016-04-22
An Elbonian terrorist pretends to be a courier to get the flash drive with the encryption-breaking software.

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2016-04-23
An Elbonian has the flash drive with the encryption-breaking software, but can't plug it into his phone.

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2016-04-24
The Boss asks the engineers to schedule their training during lunch hours so it doesn't interfere with the projects.

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2016-04-25
All options lead to doom. the only thing they control is who gets the blame. The Boss wants to do the blame part.

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2016-04-26
The Boss doesn't want to do Dilbert's idea. It's been tried in the past and always fails. Dilbert says history is full of such failures, then successes.

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2016-04-27
Dilbert's date marvels at the miracle of consciousness. Dilbert thinks people are just fish plus time.

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2016-04-28
Dilbert's date lasted 53 minutes, a new record. He did it by not talking for the first 49 minutes.

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2016-04-29
The biggest risk to Dilbert's plan is people. They are terrible once you know them.

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2016-04-30
Dilbert is antisocial. He only dislike people he gets to know.

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