Dilbert tells a job hopper all jobs involve doing unpleasant things.
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Dilbert is proud of his new powerpoint presentation.
The Boss says he didn't like Dilberts powerpoint presentation.
The Boss asks Dilbert to cut his presentation to the CEO down to five minutes.
Dilbert dumbs down his presentation to the CEO to help him make the right decision.
The Boss tells the story of the auto mechanic who takes a hammer to an engine to fix it.
Dogbert tells a stranger about his schadenfreude party.
Customers complain about price stickers leaving white crud on their product.
A consultant spouts obvious generalities about information.
A mildly retarded consultant mixes metaphors and spouts nonsense.
A consultant says he's getting paid the most but Dilbert is the smartest person in the room.
A new nemesis meets Dilbert and says his function is now handled formally.
The Boss says Dilbert doesn't need to provide specifications to the programmers as they already know what to do.
The office nemesis asks Dilbert to do cost-benefit analyses for every conceivable option.
The Boss says even though the engineers' jobs are underpaid and frustrating, every other company is the same.
Phil darns someone to heck for using a cell phone in a meeting.
Mordac tells Asok how to increase the storage limit for his e-mail.
Wally said he couldn't get any work done because pop-up messages kept appearing telling him to upgrade software on his computer.
Dilbert is determined to keep a positive attitude toward life no matter what happens.
The Boss introduces Phil O'Dendron, a potted plant who will sit in Dilbert's cubicle all day.
Wally says he'll quit and sell things on EBay.
Catbert confronts Wally about his side business of selling office supplies on EBay.
Wally's stack of disciplinary issues is very large and continues to grow.
Dilbert tells the Boss Wally has a laziness disability and can't be fired.
Not only can't Wally be fired, he is also employee of the month.
Alice is moved to a larger cubicle and she uses that to rule her co-workers with an iron fist.
Alice tells Asok not to tell the Boss anything while he's distracted.
Alice flaunts the fact she has a larger cubicle.
Wally says he couldn't do any work because Alice has a larger cubicle.
A man complains he's a technology left-behind.
The highlight of Wally's workday is his ham sandwich.