Dilbert has been selected for the executive development program. That means possible relocation, stress for work he doesn't enjoy, and it's not really possible to turn this down.
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A congressman is shopping around corporations to see which bribe offer is best.
The Boss thinks he asked Dilbert to reschedule the installation date. Dilbert says that conversation never happened.
Dilbert recommends to the Boss the project scope is changed, but the Boss doesn't do that.
The Boss heard smart people make bad decisions because of hubris. Neither he nor Catbert know what hubris is.
A co-worker asks Dilbert why he picked that vendor. Dilbert listed four reasons, none of which are compelling by themselves, but collectively make the best decision.
A project manager abstracts things so far as to make Dilbert and Wally weightless.
Dilbert is named project leader. That entitles him to a cubicle three inches wider. Dilbert likes his current cubicle.
Alice declares twelve feet around her cubicle to be her territorial waters and forbids co-workers from using the aisle.
The Boss complains about Alice's robot shark that patrols around her cubicle. She says it's a robot dolphin.
The Boss signed up for a free leadership newsletter by e-mail. It must be good because it's written by a guy who used to have a job.
The Boss says he shouldn't brag about his wealth, but does so anyway.
Dilbert can't get a raise because of the Elbonian debt crisis. However, the CEO still gets lots of stock options.
Wally complains the Boss discriminates against him because he's short, bald and nearsighted.
Note: Wally's mother appears.
The budget for contract employees was eliminated, so they'll have to pay the contractor out of the training budget.
The company lawyer offers Wally a settlement for his claim of discrimination for being short, bald and nearsighted.
The Boss gives Wally a billion dollars to settle the claim of discrimination against short, bald, nearsighted guys.
Wally goes to the Top 1% Club for the first time. Note the triple-breasted woman in the last panel.
Dilbert asks Wally why he didn't quit after getting a billion dollar settlement.
Dogbert asks Wally to manage his portfolio for only 1% per year fee.
Wally wonders what type of woman he will attract, since he's part of the top one percent.
The Boss calls Dogbert's tech support to get his digital modem fixed. Dogbert blames the Boss's house for the problem.
Wally had gone to Las Vegas for the weekend to play Pai Gow, a game that's difficult to learn.
The Boss suggests a change to Dilbert's diagram, to add "virtual" to a box. Dilbert doesn't want to.
The Boss waits for people to walk by so he can criticise Dilbert in front of others.
The Boss gives Dilbert some destructive criticism at a staff meeting.
Wally tells of his plan to be immortal: to put some skin cells in a Petri dish and store it in a robot.
The CEO tells the engineers to drop everything and build robots.
The Boss phones Dilbert from his car but the connection is flakey so he can't get his message across.
Alice and Carol describe Ed as the braggart with the large pores and the comb over.
Dilbert describes the future where computers will program themselves. This will lead to the end of civilisation.