Dilbert says his hobby is to read obscure articles on the Internet.
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The Boss tells Alice he can't give a large raise because his superiors will reduce it.
Dilbert says his work is hopeless.
Accounting rejects Dilbert's travel expenses.
Alice shows the Boss to her daughter and calls him inefficient.
A girl in the office says her career choices are prison guard or monkey trainer.
Dilbert wants to ask a question to the Boss but knows he'll be interrupted.
Dilbert asks how can the Boss make a 5 year plan when 5 minutes is too much.
The competitors made the 5 year plan moot.
Dogbert analyses each employee for their career potential.
A security person recommends putting sensitive material into envelopes marked top secret.
The Boss wants to virtualise servers to save electricity.
The Boss hires Dogbert to help with the server virtualisation. Dogbert says he expects the employees to act as obstacles.
Dogbert outlines his plan for server virtualisation -- monkeys will unplug servers then hurl software at whatever is left.
Dogbert presents his bill for server virtualisation. It's a big bill but there are no trouble tickets.
Wally expects a talented employee to leave the company so wants to get whatever is left behind.
The Boss tries the tough love style of management.
Asok is warned not to get friendly with the new employee as his armpits are 66 inches high.
Asok seeks electric cubicle walls to prevent a co-worker from leaning on the walls.
The Boss asks Wally about a comic strip he posted that compares managers to drunken lemurs.
Catbert fires Wally for posting a comic strip that compares managers to drunken lemurs.
Wally says he's not bitter for being fired for posting a comic strip on the wall.
Dogbert interviews the Boss for firing an employee for posting a comic strip on the wall.
Dogbert gives advice to Dilbert when he goes to a singles mixer.
Wally's lawyer Bob slaps the Boss with a suit for firing him.
Bob the lawyer reports to Wally the Boss agreed to rehire him.
Each department that signs off on a proposal adds a brick to the wall of approval.
An IT rep does not like the fact the engineers are building an effigy of him out of coffee supplies.
Catbert writes requirements for a job opening, including an IQ of 300, two centuries of Unix experience and several Nobel prizes.