Workplace duplicity comes alive in this animated version of Scott Adams' comic strip, in which a beleaguered, bespectacled office drone deals with the travails of corporate America.
Premiered: January 25, 1999
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Dilbert is in charge of a new voting system project for the government. He creates an Internet Voting Network allowing people to vote from their own computer at election time. He expects it to produce the highest voter turnout ever. Dilmom is upset with this because without it, senior citizens were the only people who took the time to vote. Now elections might actually be fair. Dilbert also gets harassed by various lobbyists who want him to manipulate election results in their favor. He considers rigging the next election so that he can hook up with an attractive tobacco lobbyist named Ashley. Dilbert reverts to the influence from an ethics class The Boss makes the gang sit through. He doesn't influence the vote. A fake candidate, Hairyass McGee, is elected because only kids know how to work the network. The senior citizens can't figure it out, and end up not voting at all.
Dogbert writes a book with made up facts about Chronic Cubicle Syndrome, and Dilbert creates Shockpants to combat CCS. The pants start killing people, and Dilbert is blamed, but he saves his job.
At the company picnic softball game, the Crapulets team from engineering hopes beat the MarketGurus team. The Boss buys discount wieners that are poisonous, and Dilbert tries to impress Juliet.
Dilbert tells the Boss he is pregnant, and the Boss threatens to fire him. Dilbert tries to profit from his situation by selling his story to the tabloids and TV shows, but he ends up getting sued.
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- Premiered: January 25, 1999
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Workplace duplicity comes alive in this animated version of Scott Adams' comic strip, in which a beleaguered, bespectacled office drone deals with the travails of corporate America. (more)