Wally meets the new coffee maker. It's aggressive.
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Alice interviews a job candidate. He left his previous job because he punched his boss.
Dilbert asks Alice if she needs any help on her project.
Mordac asks how the system distinguishes between authorised and illegal access.
Alice represents the Boss in a meeting, then acts stupid.
Wally complains he couldn't work because the Boss didn't answer the 25 questions he asked.
The Boss asks Wally if he has the capital cost estimates that were requested last week.
The Boss tells Ted he's fired, then says not really but now a 2% raise isn't so bad.
A young person tells Dilbert he will rule the planet based on his knowledge of MySpace, Youtube and e-mail.
The Boss asks Dilbert if he made the requested changes.
Wally advises Asok to not finish projects ahead of the deadline.
The Boss asks a temp to find power cables in the flooded parking lot.
Alice and a co-worker discuss the best way to work together -- an exchange of ideas, or Alice mocking and abusing him.
Loud Howard is moved to a private office because he insists on using a speakerphone in his cubicle.
The Boss schedules a daily five-minute meeting to solve problems and share successes.
At a team huddle, no one has a successes to share.
Alice is jealous of Dilbert having two flat-screen monitors in his cubicle.
The Boss wants the engineers to have the same emotional investment in the company as they have with their families.
Marketing is proud sales have increased by 100%.
Dilbert complains to the Boss no one wants to be left out of the decision making but no one wants to make a decision.
Asok uses his telekinesis to neutralise the power of the stink eye.
Asok get summoned to the Indian Institute of Technology to explain his use of telekinesis.
Asok is punished for his use of telekinesis.
The Boss announces strategic alternatives, which means the company is for sale.
The Boss introduces the new strategic partner, an alien who eats Ted.
Dilbert is assigned to handle due diligence for the alliance with the Galactic Protein Corporation.
The Boss takes credit for an idea the engineers came up with. The CEO is undecided as to whether it's a good idea.
Dilbert recommends against a merger with the alien corporation.
Dilbert asks for help from Dogbert's Deus Ex Machina Services for getting out of the merger.
Dogbert recommends a poison pill to get out of the unfriendly takeover.