Dogbert, in tech support, says the problem is in the caller's brain, the part that handles intelligence.
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Dilbert works from home to avoid distractions. Dogbert tries to distract him anyway.
Dilbert says Dogbert shouldn't use his tech support job to trick people into hurting themselves.
Dogbert helps the company to get over the suffering of dying technology.
Dilbert shows the Boss his magic button, to give guidance on how to come up with cost estimates.
Catbert complains all of Wally's e-mails contained links to funny videos. Wally thinks this is a violation of his privacy.
Catbert gives the Boss a list of employee defects. The Boss uses this to the employees to avoid giving them raises.
Tina says her software is so old she can't open attachments.
Dilbert invites a co-worker for lunch and she invites another man as well.
Dilbert wants to do e-mail during the boring parts of the meeting.
The Boss asks for a tiger team to remove the junk from a conference room. Carol isn't happy about the name.
The Boss is upset Dilbert didn't get sign-off from marketing like he asked. Dilbert says the Boss didn't ask.
Wally interviews a person to pretend he is Wally and attend meetings on Wally's behalf.
Dilbert takes on the world's worst user interface.
Ratbert's job on the customer support line is to prevent the caller from talking with anyone important.
The Boss is in awe of an engineer named Wolfgang, who knows more than the rest of the engineers put together.
Mordac makes an unwanted upgrade to Dilbert's operating system.
The Boss asks Alice to bring in a new account. In return he'll give her a raise later, unless there's no money.
The Boss says they're in merger talks. Wally celebrates by saying now his work won't influence his rewards.
The Boss and Dilbert think a cabbage got access to the Boss's computer.
Dilbert collects optimistic data, massages it and hands it to the Boss for him to add leadership.
The Boss asks Alice for honest feedback on his strategy.
Dilbert finishes a business case, but the Boss won't get funding like he promised.
Wally attaches a faucet to his head that is activated by the Boss's voice.
Alice volunteered to run a critical project she knows doesn't have enough resources.
Alice controls men by exaggerating the importance of her projects and overextending herself.
Ted asks the Boss for a letter of reference. The Boss suggests the letter "L'.
Wally is doing lots of basic research but it won't be quantifiable for ten years.
Wally tests his theory that eating doughnuts make other people stupid.
Wally didn't get any work done because he spent all his time on getting certification.
Dilbert calls another engineers data weak, and the two duel by exchanging links.