Dilbert, off the grid, fights boredom by doing what animals do.
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Dilbert, off the grid, is unsure whether he can eat berries he finds.
Dilbert, off the grid, decides to phone for help after eating a berry that causes his head to swell.
The government finds Dilbert who is hiding from them and discovers he ate a poisonous berry.
The Boss discovers the biggest vendor has pulled out of the deal. He wonders why Dilbert didn't say anything.
The government finds Dilbert but their drones are no match for a good engineer.
Dilbert is back from hiding from the government. Apparently, killing bad agents is legal now.
Wally advises Asok to find a job where attendance is more important than work.
Wally tells Asok success requires hard work and sacrifice. Asok says he will work hard and sacrifice.
The CEO is writing a book about the people he bought on the Internet.
The Boss buys some Elbonians but doesn't think they are slaves.
In a meeting, the CEO says Alice can speak frankly, but soon gets burned by her words.
Alice calls the CEO a slave owner. He denies this.
The CEO has released the Elbonians he bought. Turns out it was slavery after all.
A coworker asks Dilbert if he wants some advice. Dilbert says no as advice is just ego and ignorance disguised as helpfulness.
Dilbert gives the Boss headphones that will record all his advice as he gives it. It's only a silencing device.
Alice complains of a double standard. Men can shout and curse but women who do get called emotional.
Tina broke up with her boyfriend because he wouldn't make eye contact since he got an Apple watch.
The Boss asks the engineers to critique his presentation for the board. Alice asks the Boss if a competitor is launching the same product as them.
Tina asks Dilbert for lunch. Dilbert says her conversational skills can't compete with his smartphone and smartwatch.
The Boss asks Alice to stop being negative. She says he won't be happy without it.
The Boss says his job is to remove obstacles. Asok wonders when the Boss will leave.
The Boss gets voted Manager of the Year. Once again, he is also the manager with the worst attendance.
A good leader inspires a sense of awe in employees. But it's a lot faster to create a sense of "ow" instead.
Wally asks the Boss for motivation. The Boss says to follow his passion.
The Boss tells an interviewee that cultural fit is his biggest priority. The candidate asks Wally and Dilbert about company culture, who praise it.
The only things Wally is passionate about are socially unacceptable. Wally wants to know if he should follow his passion or continue to be useless.
The CEO only hires people smarter than himself. Then tells them what to do.
A co-worker offers advice to Dilbert. He doesn't think ignorance and poor communication skills will help.
The CEO is a board member for nine corporations. Dilbert thinks that displays poor focus and disregard for fiduciary responsibilities.
The CEO ordered the Boss to fire Dilbert for embarrassing comments at a meeting.