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2017-05-01
Tina asks Wally to borrow his phone. He says sure but he's been using it for two hours in the mens room.

2017-05-02
Tina asks Dilbert to borrow his phone. He says no he doesn't7 like others to touch his phone or breathe on it.

2017-05-03
Tina doesn't know what to do without her phone. What if she's in a line? Dilbert suggests an invisible friend.

2017-05-04
Erik the new hire used to work for the CIA. Erik already knows Dilbert by having watched him for years.

2017-05-05
Wally asks Erik, former CIA programmer, if he kept his spy tools from that job. Erik is reluctant to answer.

2017-05-06
Erik missed the meeting. But he used his CIA tools to listen in even though the microphone didn't look active.

2017-05-07
Dilbert needs to plan his route to the department meeting. He needs to avoid the talkers and the ones who always ask him to do stuff.

2017-05-08
The robot wants to quit. The Boss says he can't quit. The Boss just needs to push a button for the robot's head to explode.

2017-05-09
The Boss was attacked by the robot so he asks Dilbert to reprogram the robot. Dilbert makes the robot a better fighter.

2017-05-10
Dilbert wants to replace the robot's head. The robot is concerned about survival rates but Dilbert doesn't care.

2017-05-11
as he is about to get his head replaced, the robot wonders about the afterlife. Dilbert says it is an eternity of darkness.

2017-05-12
The new robot greets everyone then learns he is the old robot withe a new head and wiped memories. He calls everyone serial killers.

2017-05-13
The robot asks the Boss if he can pass the robot test. The Boss says he votes even though he doesn't understand the issues.

2017-05-14
A climate scientist explains the risk of climate change to the company. He can't handle simple questions from Dilbert.

2017-05-15
The robot thinks he will take Dilbert's job one day. Dilbert programmed the robot to self-destruct if that happens.

2017-05-16
Dilbert programmed the robot to explode if it ever mocks Dilbert. The robot mocks Dilbert and explodes.

2017-05-17
Dilbert's flight is overbooked and he is selected for reaccomodation. He gets kicked off the plane.

2017-05-18
Dilbert asks the airline clerk why he was selected to be bumped from the full flight. He had the lowest-priced ticket.

2017-05-19
Asok thinks he did a great job on the design for Wally. Wally takes credit for Asok's work.

2017-05-20
Dilbert worked all weekend to finish his project early. The Boss rewards him by assigning more work.

2017-05-21
Tina asks Dilbert for a ride to the airport on Saturday. Dilbert refers the question to Dogbert. Dogbert says no, as she doesn't qualify as a close enough friend.

2017-05-22
The Boss introduces Randy, one of the first humans with a microchip implant in his brain. Randy has to pause for a software update.

2017-05-23
Randy, with a microchip in his brain, thinks of normal humans like livestock.

2017-05-24
Randy is one of the first humans with a microchip implanted in his brain. This changes the human experience.

2017-05-25
Randy is put on Dilbert's project. Dilbert is to ignore his own thoughts and just listen to Randy.

2017-05-26
The Boss denies the rumour that all employees will be replaced by cyborgs with brain implants.

2017-05-27
Randy, with his implant, plans the project in his head. Everyone else continues to do nothing.

2017-05-28
A coworker can't figure out the problem with his code. Dilbert suggests rubber-ducking, where he explains the problem to a rubber duck. Even the Boss thinks that's a good idea.

2017-05-29
Wally says he keeps falling asleep during meetings to Doctor Dogbert. Dogbert will write a note to say Wally doesn't have to attend meetings.

2017-05-30
Wally shows the Boss a note from his doctor saying Wally has meeting narcolepsy. The Boss wants to discuss it but Wally falls asleep.

2017-05-31
Wally announces he has a doctor's note that says it's OK for him to sleep during meetings. What's the point of coming to meetings at all, Dilbert asks.