Dilbert meets a guy he's been avoiding for six months, even though the guy has been trying to contact Dilbert.
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Asok puts in budget estimates like the Boss requested. It makes a shrub sprout from his iPad.
Alice erupts when she is constantly interrupted.
Catbert says big companies say they no longer hire people with prestigious degrees. That's just a ploy to get smaller companies to hire idiots.
The Boss ignores an applicant's resume. Instead he looks up the candidate's history on the Internet.
All of the company's data and backups are lost, so Dilbert steals it from the government's secret database.
Government operatives visit Dilbert to discuss his stealing of sensitive information.
Dilbert gets a five percent raise if he finishes his project in a year. Dilbert will gladly give that up to avoid doubling his workload.
Dilbert has been arrested for stealing data the government stole from them.
Government operatives waterboard Dilbert. Dilbert starts to enjoy it.
Government operatives put Dilbert into solitary to make him tell how he stole government data.
Dilbert goes to the Elbonian embassy. It consists of the ambassador, a card table and two chairs.
Dilbert seeks asylum in an Elbonian embassy. There is not much technology there.
Government operatives visit Dilbert's Mom, and ask her to talk Dilbert into leaving the Elbonian embassy so he can be executed for treason.
The Boss says no product changes with out change orders. The change order forms aren't available and it would require a change order to make them available.
Dilbert returns from being on the run, after changing government databases and deleting the case against him.
Dogbert becomes a professional liar, to provide alibis, references, etc
Note: Scott Adams appears in a monitor, drawing Dogbert.
Dogbert shows how successful companies innovate: replace dimwitted employees with smart ones, then fire the managers.
Dilbert's innovations happen all in his head. Not much gets out, though.
The Boss asks Dilbert why he's taking so long on the project. Dilbert says the data model is complex and there was no integration testing.
Dilbert asks the Boss for his opinion on code consistency versus best practices for legacy systems.
Dilbert is in a panic about his presentation tomorrow. He and Wally imagine the worst that could go wrong.
The CEO says the corporate structure is so complicated he has no idea where their money comes from.
The CEO hires Dogbert to be an executive coach. He asks Dogbert to not ask him to do anything differently.
Dogbert coaches the CEO, and says CEO's are more likely to be psychopaths.
Even though Dilbert shows her a scientific study, Alice doesn't care and still think she's right.
A woman is drawn to guys who treat her poorly, so Dilbert calls her crazy.
With optogenetic technology, an evil genius from marketing changes Asok's preferences.
Dilbert tries to buy something from a store but they don't have it in stock. So he buys it online instead.
Asok's preferences were tweaked by marketing. Some of them, like being a gay anarchist, are a big adjustment.