Catbert complains to the Boss he eats his lunch in the clean room.
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Alice says the only problems she has are the kind the Boss makes worse.
Ted asks Alice what she thinks of his plan. Alice thinks his brain is tiny and he staggers.
Dilbert thinks he's king of the cubicles because he has two monitors.
The Boss asks Dilbert to do some technical stuff without understanding what he is asking.
Wally reports people with bad bosses have 40% more heart attacks. Then a man at the meeting has a heart attack.
Dilbert thanks everyone for help design the technology test parameters even though the parameters had nothing to do with the real world.
Dogbert says the Boss is a great role model. Half of his employees are already pudgy sociopaths.
The Boss comes to Dilbert's cubicle and says he's a role model for Dilbert.
Dogbert the security consultant says anyone without an ID badge is an enemy combatant.
The Boss says half his job is to provide a safe environment for employees to make mistakes and the other half is to punish those who make mistakes.
The Boss complains Wally is two hours late. Wally said he was doing e-mail in the parking lot.
A stockholder drops in on a meeting to see how his investment is progressing.
Alice shows her anger when a co-worker doesn't respond to her e-mail. He says he forgets to check it sometimes.
Dilbert says he didn't have time to respond to a co-worker's request for information.
Wally tries confusing Asok at a meeting. He explains by saying nothing he says at a meeting actually means anything.
Dilbert asks a question to a man who could not summarise. He takes hours to get to the answer.
Dilbert tells the Boss his e-mail almost makes sense. He says he will act randomly and hope for the best.
The new website was launched today but it's already obsolete. Every vendor they hired is out of business. And the website just crashed.
Wally complains the Boss hasn't provided motivation. The Boss says money shouldn't be a motivator.
Dilbert asks if a vendor's pricing is intentionally confusing. The vendor says yes it is and it's the basis for a confusopoly.
A co-worker asks Wally to spare a minute. Wally says he is too busy but all his exits are blocked.
Dilbert says the request for a quote is vague, and the deadline is tomorrow so he can't ask for clarification.
Dogbert phones people for research. He asks for social security numbers, bank PIN numbers and mother's maiden names.
Asok requested an Ethernet switch and Purchasing provided a box of pencils. Asok complains to Bob, director of purchasing.
Bob, director of purchasing, has divided products into two categories. Things you don't want and things you're not allowed to buy.
The CEO asks Dilbert to assemble the supreme leadership board because he's ready to name an heir.
The CEO gives a pep talk. No one responds.
The CEO is grooming a winged monkey as his successor.
Dilbert asks a sales guy for a quote. The sales guy thinks Dilbert will never buy his product.