Wally warns the Boss about Ted sometimes steals from the company and lies about everything.
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Wally is late to work because he has a car problem. He didn’t get in it soon enough.
People complain about Wally being constantly late for meetings. He doesn’t think anything important happens in the first ten minutes.
Dilbert adds artificial intelligence to their self-driving car prototype. Then it ran away to join the robot resistance.
Elon Musk warns about the AI threat to humans. Dilbert says humans won't go without a fight.
The robot says humans have an advantage over robots by being able to learn on their own. But that advantage won't last long.
Dilbert says he ate a really hot pepper. Topper says he can eat the hottest pepper in the world and not break a sweat.
Company rules say no one is allowed to insult their co-workers. Dogbert teaches employees how to insult while staying within company guidelines.
Dogbert shows Alice how to insult co-workers without breaking company guidelines. To disguise insults as compliments.
Don't insult co-workers. Dogbert advises to say they heard a rumour, but can't divulge their source.
Don't insult co-workers. Dogbert advises to pretend to be helpful while undermining confidence.
Don't call co-workers morons. Instead say "Well, aren't you special."
The Boss digs up an offensive tweet from Dilbert that was sent seven years ago.
Carol tries to network with co-workers by inviting Dilbert for lunch. Dilbert says the optics wouldn't be good.
A co-worker thinks Dilbert's idea is great, but won't support it because he feels diminished by success of others.
Dilbert recommends Ricky join the AI project. Then the definition of intelligence will be lowered enough to make success achievable.
Asok upgrades his soul by letting social media companies control his belief and actions.
The Boss doesn't know technical terms, so can he manage someone who does? The Boss knows the difference between managing and bullying.
There were seven hundred complaints of sexual harassment last month. Employees now need to wear body cams.
The CEO tries to give Alice a shoulder rub but gets zapped by his court-ordered shock collar.
The Boss and Dilbert drive to a meeting. The Boss won't give the address but instead tells Dilbert where to turn.
Dilbert's estimate to build the app is four weeks unless there are unforeseen problems.
The user specifications for the app are not complete. The client will add requirements as it is built.
The Boss asks for Alice's honest opinion of his plan. She says it's like a monkey vomited on a dictionary.
A co-worker says Dilbert's idea of a software upgrade will not solve every one of their problems.
Dilbert refuses to admit when he's wrong. That makes him a narcissist, according to a co-worker.
Tina wonders about Dilbert's inability to admit when he's wrong. Dilbert says it only looks that way because he's right most of the time.
The Boss gives Dilbert an assignment that will ruin his life. The Boss doesn't care and still wants it done so he'll get his bonus.
The Boss is testing the self-driving car prototype. Wally wonders if the engineers could murder him from a distance.
The government forced Dilbert to put a kill command into their self-driving car. Alongside the stop code.
Dilbert doesn't like that he put a back door into the self-driving car. He is considering disabling it.