Wally says he couldn't do any work because he doesn't have a charge code.
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The Boss asks for some one-on-one meetings so he can practise his new dismissive scoffing sound.
Dogbert hires Ratbert to be his new VP of sales. Ratbert is to set impossible goals and punish for failing.
Ratbert gets a scary salesman to be less pitchforkable.
Ratbert accompanies Humphrey on a sales call so Humphrey can learn from the master.
Ratbert disciplines Humphrey for not meeting his sales quota.
Dilbert comes across the Boss in a hallway meeting. The Boss avoids him so Dilbert assumes he's up for a layoff.
Scott collects for his own birthday present.
The Boss says he attended a circle of excellence conference for managers.
The Boss lays off Ted because business is slow.
Dogbert the CEO says the strategy will be executed in the usual way -- delegation to the untalented.
Dogbert the CEO says he will take a base pay of one dollar per year plus stock incentives.
Bob and Ratbert serve as Dogbert's executive compensation committee.
Dogbert interviews applicants for a commission-only sales position and requires the applicant purchase a laptop for the job.
Dogbert considers becoming a Somalian pirate.
Dogbert announces he will become a Somalian pirate and will kidnap employees for ransom.
An executive complains it's a conflict of interest for Dogbert to be a CEO and a pirate who kidnaps employees.
Dilbert meets a woman who says she only meets men at online dating sites to filter the losers.
Dilbert says a woman has crazy eyes, and eyes are a mirror of the soul.
Wally tells the Boss he wants to be like the Boss -- worthless and overpaid.
The Boss tries to find an acting manager while he's on vacation. Everyone except Wally has commitments.
The Boss tells Dilbert they can only fix high-priority bugs. Dilbert says all bugs should be fixed otherwise the software is useless.
Dogbert says he pays too much taxes and seeks help from the company physicist and lawyer.
An auditor arrives in Dogbert's office.
An auditor questions Dogbert's claim of being exempt from taxes because the company is incorporated in Heaven.
Ted says he can't afford his mortgage because of his pay cut.
Catbert says the reason to come to work is to avoid not having any money.
Dogbert says the company will get into the executive recruiting business.
Dilbert tells the Boss online reviews of their product are awful.
Wally has another work-avoidance tool -- to randomly send yes/no questions to the Boss.