Dilbert meets a woman at a party who is eyeing his tube clothes. She will date anything that has a job.
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A woman introduces Dilbert to her mother. Dilbert wears his tube clothes.
Dilbert realises his market value as a single guy is higher than he thought. As long as he is employed and tall, he is OK.
The Boss asks Carol to do personal stuff on personal time. She says she doesn't have enough personal time to do everything she needs to do.
Dilbert does A-B testing on his dates. His date isn't happy with that.
Dilbert's date wants to be in a serious relationship that can lead to marriage. Dilbert thinks of marriage as a financial contract.
Dilbert, dressed in tube clothing, meets a guy wrapped in a carpet.
Dilbert can wear his tube clothing in the shower thus doing laundry at the same time.
Dilbert's date wants to be loved for her mind, not for the way she looks.
Topper says he diverted an asteroid on a collision course with earth using only kung fu.
Wally demonstrates the "taper" to Asok, where he works a little less every day.
Catbert asks Dilbert to stop wearing tube clothes at work. They distract other workers.
The Boss forgets why he walked over to Dilbert's cubicle. Dilbert reminds him about spewing empty jargon.
Wally yells at a co-worker asking whether he finished his assignment.
Catbert suggests the Boss use a magic wand to help improve the employees.
When the CEO spews nonsense, Alice and Asok barf.
The Boss wants employees who are fierce. A co-worker doesn't know how to interpret that.
The Boss asks Dilbert to do tasks outside his job description. Dilbert resists.
Dilbert doesn't want to become a manager. Managers are supposed to hire people smarter than themselves, which would be hard for Dilbert.
The CEO asks Catbert to find an incompetent loser as a replacement, so the board won't consider firing the CEO.
Dilbert can build a flying car that can power itself on air for only $3,000.
Dilbert's flying car is great, but all people care about is the selfie camera for the steering wheel.
The Boss says only 13 percent of employees feel engaged at work. Dilbert point him out.
The problem guy says he always is the ten percent of employees with a certain problem.
Wally wants to become a toxic guy so he won't be invited to meetings.
Dilbert's project is in the phase where people ask stupid questions.
It takes money to make money, but the Boss doesn't know where the first money came from.
Success is about who you know not what you know. Wally says Dilbert isn't helping him become successful.
The CEO bought a dolphin but it turned out to be a retired Russian military dolphin that killed a clown.
The CEO asked for Dogbert's help in disposing of a body of a clown that his dolphin killed.
Dilbert tells the Garbageman about the CEO's dolphin that killed a clown at his daughter's pool party.