The Boss made a typo in the budget so Dilbert can't get hardware or software for the lab.
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Dilbert is to mentor the new intern -- the CEO's son.
The Boss hires three hundred people to complete a project that will take three hundred man days.
Asok completed his work and asks for more. The Boss asks him to create a document and route it around for approval.
An Elbonian with a skunk asks for directions to the microwave.
Carl is fired because he's totally incompetent at everything.
Carl is to train Dilbert on how to do his job after being fired for gross incompetence.
Dilbert's new circuit design is worse than the old one, the Boss hears.
Asok didn't finish his tasks for the meeting so Wally gives him a powerful anti-meeting spell.
Dogbert gets campaign support from the military industrial complex.
The Boss asks Alice to see him at the end of the day but she's worried when he doesn't say why.
People complain about how Wally opens a security door -- by putting his card in his front pocket and thrusting it at the sensor.
The Boss says they can't compete on price, quality, features or service.
The new VP of marketing promises to improve revenues by ten billion percent.
Dogbert spraypaints the roadkill by using dishonesty.
Note: On his blog, Scott Adams showed a panel with different dialog.
A negotiator isn't authorised to make any changes to the contract, so wears people down.
Dogbert translates technical terms into marketing language.
The head of public relations has to explain Dogbert's marketing claims.
A co-worker brags to Alice about getting a window cubicle.
Dilbert tells his date he saw a documentary about bugs.
Wally says he needs constant supervision so didn't get the cost estimates.
Carol hasn't updated the org chart because she keeps waiting for it to become important.
The product design is worse than the old design, but the designer didn't know it was supposed to be better.
Dogbert makes a campaign promise to never make decisions based on opinion polls.
Dogbert promises a potential political donor to run the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms.
Dilbert despairs none of his efforts will mean anything.
The Boss does some generic management and inquires about the talk to whats-his-name about the thing.
Wally is late because he'll work unverifiable hours after the Boss leaves.
Catbert questions Wally about his loyalty to the company. He uses phrasing to confuse the issue.
Dilbert does carpet fishing in his cubicle. He uses a grid on the carpet and a randomising program on his computer.