Dilbert won't get a raise this year because his project is late even though it's not his fault.
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Wally blames his lack of productivity on dead people and those who never existed.
Wally is enrolled in a class to cure hopelessness, along with a glass hammer and a bag of nothing.
Wally learns to carry two coffee cups in his class to be less useless.
Wally is not as useless has he used to be, now he is more helpless.
Dilbert summarises a technical report on a complicated slide.
Dilbert's recommendation to cancel all design projects was accepted by the executive steering committee.
Dogbert produces a reality show about Dilbert's life.
The Boss assumes Asok didn't do any work because he never raised any issues.
The company decides to write off bad debt. The CEO blames it on bad regulatory oversight.
Dogbert gives advice to the CEO on media relations. Don't compare to circling the drain.
Dogbert and the CEO do a mock interview to see how he responds under pressure.
The Boss demands an interest-free loan from a tiny vendor.
A tiny company complains they can't survive if their invoices are paid late.
The Boss tells Ted a funny story about trying to print a long document.
Catbert decides to gossipsize Ted by telling vicious lies until Ted decides to quit.
Carol heard Ted thinks a monkey could do her job.
Ted asks for Dogbert's help to squash rumours about himself.
Dogbert tries to control rumours about Ted by telling new ones.
Catbert announces surveillance cameras to monitor the engineers' work.
The engineers, besides having their actions monitored, now get their thoughts monitored as well.
Wally says he won't retire, just keep his job and stop caring about his work.
The Boss is off for two weeks of vacation. The engineers celebrate.
Dilbert is in charge while the Boss is on vacation. He asks Carol to format a report.
Dilbert expects everyone to be professional and productive while he's filling in for the vacationing Boss.
Carol tells the Boss everything is fine while he's on vacation.
Dilbert needs to attend a meeting while the Boss is on vacation. He'll be bullied into making bad decisions.
Dilbert is asked to take a budget cut while he's filling in for the Boss.
The company will spend the bonus money on an inspirational movie about being happy about no money.
Dilbert tests his particle accelerator to look for the antiworld.