Stinky Pete arrives to help Alice with her technical problem.
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A new employee, Amber Dextrous, is introduced to Dilbert. She can do two things at the same time.
Stinky Pete describes his trip to work, eating an onion sandwich and rolling in a sewage spill.
Carol says she can no longer work with Dilbert because of something he said about her.
Carol welcomes attendees to a meeting of insane chicks.
At a meeting of insane chicks, someone complains about her boyfriend.
Catbert discovers embellishments on the Boss's resume.
After discovering the Boss lied on his resume, the Boss goes to see the VP of HR.
The Boss asks Dilbert to do a project in his spare time. Dilbert doesn't know what spare time means.
An Elbonian says they discovered the mud in Elbonia is caused by an abundance of oil and coal near the surface.
The Boss asks Dilbert to write a business case lobby the government to attack Elbonia.
Dogbert wants to be hired as a lobbyist to convince Switzerland to attack Elbonia.
Dogbert the lobbyist says he'll get the government to include industrial waste in the food pyramid.
Dogbert bribes a congressman to vote for tax breaks for Dogbert's client.
Dogbert tells an Elbonian governments will attack his country and liberate him and his oil.
Wally agrees to look into getting technical specifications for a co-worker. The co-worker wants the specifications.
Wally says he's late to the meeting because he was stuck behind some slow walkers.
Asok goes to a meeting instead of the Boss. The other people wanted the Boss's input instead.
Wally asks the Boss what type of decision-making he'll use today, authoritative, consultative voting or consensus.
Wally is disappointed the Boss has never praised him for a job well done.
Dilbert faced a choice at work: do something important or something useless that looked good.
Dilbert asks Carol where Asok is. She says it's not her job to keep track of the employees.
Alice wonders how Wally can be so relaxed when there is so much to do. Wally says he achieves his goals of not taking pride in his work.
Asok says Wally should not have eaten that burrito since he's not certified in ISO.
Dilbert asks if it's more important to follow the documented process or to meet the deadline.
A co-worker asks Wally for the new design specs. She doesn't expect Wally will actually provide them.
Before a meeting with a Marketing guy, Alice slams his head on the table.
Note: Two versions were published. One was for a meeting with Human Resources, the other for Marketing. Note that this alternative version may not have been official.
Catbert confronts Alice about her slamming the heads of Marketing people onto tables.
Alice, in an interview, slams the person's head on a table to find out the best place for him to work.
The Boss's plan for funding a new project involves playing budget chicken with a director.
The Boss interviews a job hopper who has had fifteen jobs in two months.