Alice uses mixed sports metaphors during a presentation.
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An executive compensation review board meets and a clown suggests fifty million dollar salary for the CEO.
Even though Dilbert accomplished all his goals for the year, the Boss can't give much of a raise.
Dilbert is worried about buying a product that might have a new version next week.
The Boss hires a decorated army combat veteran.
Dilbert asks the army vet how is the transition to corporate life.
Dilbert and the war veteran swap hardship stories. Dilbert's was about running out of staples.
The Boss asks the war veteran to take a birthday card around for signatures.
Alice asks Dilbert what he will wear for Ted's wedding.
Dilbert tells Alice a new supplier will be found for the casing. Alice is worried it might not happen.
Dilbert is in charge of installing the system Lyin' John sold to their biggest customer.
Dilbert tells a customer he can't install the system Lyin' John sold them without losing money.
Dilbert reports the customer doesn't want to voluntarily pay more money to cover the bidding error.
Dogbert gives advice on how to get more money out of an underbid contract.
The Boss tells an interviewee he wants employees who are passionate.
The Boss's new strategy is to hire passionate people instead of smart ones.
Alice is always the one who has to fetch the extra chair for the meeting room.
The Boss sends Alice to a communication class.
Dogbert welcomes people to his communication seminar. He demonstrates how to pretend to listen while using a Blackberry.
Dogbert says there's no point in listening to other people. They either agree or say something stupid.
Dilbert provides the latest numbers from Yvonne, who had sextuplets, her house burned down and she had shoulder surgery.
Asok gives the Boss some hearsay about Ted's project.
The Boss tells Ted he heard Ted's project is floundering.
In Dogbert's school of management, he shows how to get employees to do the impossible.
Catbert gives asylum to Asok, the office snitch.
The Boss hires a lady because she is so attractive.
The Boss introduces Ellen, who is unqualified but totally hot.
Carol complains the Boss hired Ellen only because she's hot.
Dilbert wants to introduce himself to the new, hot employee.
Alice asks the Garbageman how to get rid of Ellen the new, hot employee.