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The Boss describes how forming business units has changed how the company spends its time.
Consultant, business units, fight, future business, contract, expire, Boss, Dogbert

The new co-op employee is put in charge of the PTG project.
Management, Project PTG, paper towel, coffee, tea, co-op, spill, experience, sacrifice, Boss, Alice, co-op employee

Stan gloats about how engineers must charge their time to marketing.
Marketing, time, engineer, radiation, reprogram, DNA, suspenders, Stan, Dilbert

Dilbert tells Wally about altering DNA in Stan.
Start of saga: Dilbert reprograms a Marketing person's DNA to turn him into a weasel.
Marketing, DNA, weasel, helix, reprogram, lunch, suspenders, Dilbert, Wally, Stan, Alice

Alice says Dilbert shouldn't have told Stan about altering his DNA.
Marketing, DNA, LAN, market research, reprogram, power of suggestion, weasel, whiskers, suspenders, Alice, Stan, Dilbert

Dogbert tells Dilbert how to reverse Stan's reprogramming.
Marketing, gullible, DNA, reprogram, unverified customer anecdotes, focus group, weasel, whiskers, suspenders, Dilbert, Dogbert, Stan

Dilbert describes the company's dress policy of casual Fridays.
Fashion, dress code, casual, Friday, stock plunge, Dilbert, Dogbert

The Boss wants to have the same teamwork as the Egyptians who built the pyramids.
Leadership, teamwork, Egyptians, pyramid, slave, UFO, Boss, Alice, Dilbert, Wally

Dilbert wants to add a person and computer to his project, but the Boss says they're too expensive.
Management, project, headcount, contract, budget, expense, rent, genius, cancel, Dilbert, Boss

Dilbert wants Marketing to turn his program into a product.
Marketing, engineer, product, target market, rock, recipe, marketeer, progress, Dilbert, Stan

Saint Dogbert wants to drive out overused jokes about the information superhighway.
Technology, information superhighway, joke, stale, roadkill, bishop hat, sceptre, Saint Dogbert, man, Alice, Wally

Liz thinks Dilbert likes his computer more than he likes her.
Personal, like, computer, laptop computer, that computer, Liz, Dilbert

Dilbert and Stan from Marketing begin discussing a product to market.
Marketing, marketing requirements, reward, doohickey, laptop computer, Dilbert, Stan

The Boss asks Carol to spell out his full title on business cards, Director of Product Enhancements.
Leadership, business card, dope, director, acronym, Boss, Carol

The Boss asks Dilbert to make a recommendation on Project "Zebra".
Leadership, Project Zebra, options, recommendation, naughty pictures, Internet, doom, Boss, Dilbert

The Boss announces a change to the corporate culture. The engineers think the worst of it.
Leadership, corporate culture, pay, team, slogan, fad, change, psychic, Boss, Dilbert, Wally, Alice

Dilbert and Liz discuss Dilbert's book about computer golf.
Personal, read, tip, computer golf, simulation, cart, non-organic, Liz, Dilbert

Wally defends his good idea.
Creativity, suggestion, good idea, book, confidence, Boss, Wally, Dilbert

Dilbert and Wally discuss what gift to get for Ted's baby shower.
Personal, baby shower, paper bag dress, salt, shaker, cheap, lunch, Dilbert, Wally

Ted unwraps presents at his baby shower.
Personal, baby shower, paper bag dress, stapler, gift, Ted, Wally, Dilbert, Alice

Dilbert's Mom describes how they lost Dilbert's Dad.
Note: Dilbert's Dad's first mention.
Personal, Dilbert's Dad, lost at the mall, Christmas, different, worse, Dilbert's Mom, Liz, Dilbert

Liz is upset because Dilbert and his Mom haven't searched for Dilbert's father.
Personal, Dilbert's Dad, lost at the mall, sale, whine, Liz, Dilbert, Dilbert's Mom

Alice discovers a document written by a committee lowers its quality.
Management, micro manage, document, sentence, acronym, jargon, author, credit, quality, statue, suggestion, Boss, Dilbert, Alice, Wally

Wally and Dilbert practise small talk while the Boss is late for a meeting.
Teamwork, late, meeting, small talk, marketing, fashion, springy chair, Wally, Dilbert, Alice

Dilbert and Wally describe how much life has changed since prehistoric times.
Creativity, prehistoric, evolution, cave, grunt, drawing on the wall, whiteboard, Dilbert, Wally

Wally proposes to stress-test the new product by downloading large images.
Technology, stress-test, network, image files, naughty pictures, download, Wally, Dilbert

Dilbert encourages Bob to get a job in Procurement.
Corporate Services, self-esteem, procurement, job opening, tail, Dilbert, Bob

Bob is introduced to his new job in Procurement.
Start of saga: Bob works in Procurement.
Corporate Services, procurement, low-cost substitutes, treasure-hunting thieves, multimedia laptop, Dymo labeller, accomplishment, buyer, Paul, Bob

Bob decides whether to add an item to the approved equipment list.
Corporate Services, procurement, approved equipment list, philosophy, Bob, Wally

Wally and Dilbert visit the vice president because of his open door policy.
Leadership, open door, policy, aloof, sourball, couch, relax, cubicle, spider, security, Wally, Dilbert, vice president

Dilbert ponders life and micromanagement.
Personal, think, micro manage, philosophy, irrelevant, Dilbert, Dogbert, Boss