The company sends the employees for ethics training after coming under scrutiny for unethical business practices. But managers don't have to attend.
Dogbert writes a book claiming pepper is a miracle herb that cures Chronic Cubicle Syndrome. Dilbert witnesses Dogbert making the entire thing up and is appalled when people start falling for his claims. Dogbert pushes his book on a talk show and the Boss decides to use Chronic Cubicle Syndrome as their next market opportunity. Dilbert is in charge of developing a product to combat CCS. He reluctantly helps manipulate research to prove CCS exists. Meanwhile, Dogbert is busy creating a Pepper Diet. Dilbert comes up with Shockpants to relieve the syndrome. The guys from Marketing decide to sell the pants as business wear instead of a cure for CCS. The pants become a hit and the Boss has a great time shocking his employees with his control panel. The pants start killing people and everyone blames Dilbert. He saves his job by suggesting they change the name to Shop Pants. The wattage is lowered and women are encouraged to shock their husbands while shopping so they can buy everything they want. The idea saves Dilbert's job.
At the annual softball game between the Marketing Gurus and the Crapulets from engineering, Dilbert is designated as pitcher.
Dilbert reviews his ultrasound results and demands a second opinion. When he learns he won't get any benefits, he tries to sell his story.
Dilbert creates a model rocket and sends it into space to seek intelligent life. The rocket collects diverse DNA samples and deposits them in Dilbert.
The engineers hear that there's an unused cubicle and lay claim to it, creating a new employee named Todd as the occupant so marketing can't get it.
Dilbert buys a computer over the Internet and has it sent to work, but the package the boss signs for isn't what Dilbert ordered.
When the executives discover that the engineers know there are other jobs available, they decide to promote Dilbert and show the employees that they really can have a "career" at the company. The problem is that Dilbert doesn't want to be a manager, so they give him an assistant instead. Alice is peeved to learn that Dilbert has an assistant and she doesn't, so she gets Catbert to appoint Asok her assistant. This leads to a duel between the two assistants, who are both fired in the end while Dilbert goes back to being an engineer.
When Dilbert's already noisy neighbors get an elephant, they have a habitat built for the animal: a tree house located directly above Dilbert's roof.
Dilbert invents what he thinks will end world hunger -- the Tomeato. And, he knows the perfect place to test his invention: the third world country of Elbonia -- where his foster child lives. So, Wally and Dilbert set out for Elbonia with the Tomeato in hopes that they can cure the country of its famine. But, when they get there, they are shocked to see that the country is not in a famine at all. In fact, they are very well fed. The whole country eats mud. Mud that tastes like chocolate to be specific. And, Dilbert also discovers that his starving foster child is in fact not only not starving, he is also not a child. He is the richest, and shortest, man in Elbonia. Dilbert is not discouraged, however, and he finds a use for his Tomeato afterall. Several Elbonians begin to use the Tomeato as a building brick and it holds up quite nicely. But, when the Elbonians plant the Tomeato to further their building industry, the half vegetable/half meat hybrid turns their precious chocolate mud into, well...just mud. And the country begins to starve. So, Dilbert, now safely back at home, rushes back to Elbonia with Dogbert so that he can save the country from starvation.
Dogbert is hired as a consultant to help the company find another company to merge with.
Dilbert and the building security guard get into a discussion that results in them betting that each could do the other's job for a day.
Dilbert is put in charge of creating a new sensation called a "Dupey." He succeeds, but the resulting creation evolves and takes on a life of its own.
After Dilbert donates blood, one of the pints is used to put him behind bars for the murder of a group of Nobel Prize winners.
Dilbert creates a blue duck on his computer and from his innocent drawing the art world is turned upside down. Dilbert becomes a famous artist with women falling at his feet. The Boss and the others at the company market The Blue Duck across the nation and Europe so that it is the hottest art craze around. Dilbert is kidnapped by some art thugs and taken to their lair where he meets Leonardo D'Vinci and other artists. They confront him with their disappointment in the turn the art world has taken and vow to put an end to The Blue Duck. The craze ends when The Boss embarrasses himself on national television while wearing a Blue Duck T-shirt. And, the world begins to rebel against The Company's art creation.
After a near-death experience, Dilbert tries to get his benefits reinstated. Meanwhile, a group of marketing students begins to worship Wally.
Dilbert and Dogbert discuss the meaning of life
Dogbert provides technical support
Wally is introduced to the new coffee machine.
Dilbert battles wits with the vending machine
Dilbert clip - starring Daniel Stern, Larry Miller, Gordon Hunt, Chris Elliott, Gary Kroeger, Jim Wise.
A new kind of carpal tunnel
Dogbert consults with a patient
Alice learns the office protocol for unexpected death
Carol plays a trick on the Boss
Catbert and Ted share their dreams.
Dilbert invents a source of free energy
Wally is given permission to do nothing
Catbert uses his medical skills
Wally sells his soul.
Dilbert hopes for appreciation at work.
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