The company sends the employees for ethics training after coming under scrutiny for unethical business practices. But managers don't have to attend.
When Dogbert "writes" a book that becomes a best-seller, the Pointy-Haired Boss sees it as an opportunity for the company to create a new product.
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 Dilbert meets a former co-worker, an incompetent engineer who's made it big at another firm, the engineers realize other opportunities exist.
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 is working on a new food source that may end world hunger and persuades marketing to try the product in the famine-plagued nation of Elbonia.
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 is assigned the task of creating art when the Pointy-Haired Boss decides the world of art affords an opportunity for exploitation.
After a near-death experience, Dilbert tries to get his benefits reinstated. Meanwhile, a group of marketing students begins to worship Wally.
When company secrets are being leaked to competitors, the management at Path-e-Tech resorts to desparate measures to ensure security.
Dilbert engineers a high-tech shower that only responds to his voice. But that won't stop Dogbert from pulling a good prank.
Animated version of Scott Adams' popular workplace comic strip pokes fun at corporate life from the viewpoint of low-level engineer, Dilbert.