The Boss hires a temp to cover Carol while she's on vacation.
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An overqualified temp, filling in for Carol, describes her ambassadorship.
The overqualified temp asks for more menial tasks to crush her sense of self-worth.
Asok gloats to the overqualified temp he is superior.
The Boss asks Dilbert to get input from the executive stakeholders and finish the project in two weeks. Impossible, says Dilbert.
The Boss announces co-workers were laid off but the engineer's jobs are safe.
Catbert outlines the bad choices for who to lay off.
The Boss receives new motivational posters. He bought the cheapest.
Wally says he enjoys being on unfunded projects.
Dilbert says to a girl he is employed and does not live with his parents.
A girl wonders why she's attracted to Dilbert since he's not her type.
Dogbert explains to a potential investor about his new hedge fund.
Catbert says it's a good time for cutting benefits and new policies since the employees are worried about losing their jobs.
Asok readjusts his hopes and dreams to match the new economy.
The Boss hires a new employee because he's huge and scary.
The company economist forecasts the economy will collapse in 2010.
The company economist says the economy will either recover or it won't.
Catbert laments how being evil used to mean something. Now he gets thanked for cutting salaries.
Dilbert buys a new phone then encounters Rebaterus who sets up impossible conditions for receiving the rebate.
Ted fears being fired because he forgot to total the cost estimates.
Elbonia will be having economic problems soon, economists say.
Dogbert asks Dilbert if he feels inadequate and sad because of Dogbert's wealth.
The Boss made changes to Dilbert's drawings before sending them for fabrication.
Dilbert tells the manufacturers the Boss changed the specs before sending them out, and asks if they have problems with them.
The flash on the company's new phone prototype is too strong and dangerous, Dilbert tells the Boss.
Someone has an appointment to the the Boss,, but only gibberish names are on Carol's calendar.
Dilbert thinks his reality is entirely imagined. The psychologist listens.
Wally steals company electricity to power his home appliances.
Alice plans to date a co-worker to save money to make up for the pay cut.
Alice describes her plan to marry Dilbert in order to maintain her lifestyle.