The Boss asks Asok to check his spam folder as Asok had been downsized last week.
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Asok asks Wally for advice on how to handle his first recession.
Topper describes his Crimean experience to Asok.
A hot woman asks Wally to sign a corporate code of conduct.
Carol complains the office is freezing, but Dilbert is able to generate enough heat for himself.
Carol asks Wally why he doesn't feel the cold.
A new law forces all customers to upgrade, brags a mediocre salesman wearing a hat made of money.
A lucky salesman wearing a hat made of money asks Dilbert to program a navigation system for his boat.
The Boss asks Carol to send an e-mail to the department with his leadership thought of the day. She gets to make one up.
The aerospace division is shutting down, the Boss announces.
The Boss complains Wally has accomplished nothing this quarter. Wally counters he had a billion dollar cost saving idea.
The Boss tells Dilbert there's not enough money for his project, but he doesn't want to downsize Dilbert.
An office acting coach shows Dilbert "the overworked headcount."
Dilbert is tense because the company is downsizing and he has no project.
Dilbert comes up with a good idea for Ted's project so it makes Ted's work for the past year a miserable mistake.
Dilbert continues to offer ideas for others people's projects, but others don't want to hear them.
Dilbert asks Asok if he can help with the project. Asok refuses.
Dilbert wonders why another person is watering a plastic plant in the office.
Dilbert tells a girl at a party he created a business called dilbertfiles.com.
Dilbert talks with the world's worst venture capitalist about his new web site.
Dilbert feels good about his new side business, dilbertfiles.com.
Dilbert doesn't care he was fired for starting his own business on company time.
A company lawyer tells Dilbert he will have to pay a royalty to use his own name.
Dilbert tells a girl his company owns his name and has to pay five dollars to introduce himself.
The Boss wants to win one of those "Best Places to Work" awards, and asks for suggestions how.
Dilbert has investments to tide him over his unemployment.
Dilbert can't afford to pay his mortgage.
Dogbert asks Dilbert what is the worst part of being unemployed.
Dilbert is desperate at a job interview.
Dogbert buys a company that fired Dilbert because its stock fell to a penny a share.
Dogbert, new owner of Dilbert's former company, wants to interview Dilbert for his old job.