Wally says he has doctor's permission to sleep during meetings. So it's Alice's job to keep it interesting enough so he stays awake.
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Cubicles must now be referred to as modular workstations. It's a much less demeaning term.
Cubicles are arranged like an egg carton. The Boss says that comparison feels right because eggs go rotten quickly too.
Every project team has one idiot. The Boss does that to keep idiots from bunching together. Ted doesn't think there's an idiot on his team.
Dilbert's project is not on the budget. The Boss isn't interested in adding it back in.
Dilbert couldn't do any work this week because the Boss forgot to get funding. The Boss says to get creative.
Dilbert charged his time to Ted's project because the Boss said to get creative.
Ted complains because Dilbert charged time to his project. So Ted goes over budget while Dilbert is under.
Dilbert is scavenging for parts. The robot thinks he's friends with Dilbert now.
Dilbert attends a random meeting in hopes of shaking loose some budget money for him.
The Boss asks Asok to get buy-in from other departments. Asok says he has no chance of succeeding.
Asok will do a presentation to the CEO. He asks Wally for advice. Wally says to not make eye contact.
Asok asks Dilbert for advice on his presentation. Dilbert says to not make a mistake or ruin his career.
Asok asks the Boss for advice on his presentation. The Boss says to imagine everyone is naked and laughing at him.
Asok asks Alice to help edit his presentation slides. He has 75 slides and ten minutes to present.
Asok presents to the CEO. He has 75 slides and 10 minutes. The CEO says Asok should never talk to him again.
The CEO said he liked Asok's presentation even though he didn't see it.
The Boss thanks everyone for the successful product launch. Wally didn't do anything though.
A coworker tells the Boss Dilbert's project is in total chaos. The Boss thinks that's true because he heard the same thing from three other people.
Dilbert's project is in total chaos because he may have been colluding with the Elbonian competitors, the CEO learns.
The Boss says Dilbert's email and phone logs will be reviewed by a special counsel because he may have been colluding with Elbonian competition.
Dogbert says Dilbert did not collude with Elbonian competitors but may have committed other crimes.
Carol thinks Dilbert collude with Elbonian competitors even though he was cleared of that.
Alice thinks Dilbert is a spy for their Elbonian competition even though it was an unfounded rumour.
Ted is asked to volunteer for a time travel experiment. He doesn't think it's safe.
Dilbert says the open office concept has failed because of too many distractions answer they need to go back to cubicles and offices.
Employees are complaining of too many distractions in the open office plan. The Boss wants an office to stop hearing complaints.
Is it better to have open offices with distractions or soul-crushing cubicles?
Asok will decide who gets the best and worst cubicles. Asok thinks everyone will hate him.
Asok tells a coworker he'll get a cubicle next to the Boss. The coworker thinks Asok hates him.