As the employees take a mandatory ethics class, Dilbert's integrity is tested by a beautiful tobacco lobbyist who enlists his help to rig an on-line poll. Voices include Daniel Stern, Chris Elliott, Kathy Griffin, Larry Miller, Gordon Hunt and Jackie Hoffman.
Dogbert's wonder cure for a nonexistent cubicle disease prompts the Boss to assign Dilbert to invent a companion product to get the company a piece of the lucrative action. Voices include Jason Alexander, Larry Miller, Daniel Stern, Chris Elliott, Gary Kroeger, Tom Kenny and Kathy Griffin.
The engineers gear themselves up to defeat a rival department at softball, but a case of food poisoning sabotages their efforts, as does Dilbert's feelings for a woman on the opposing team. Voices include Larry Miller, Jim Wise, Daniel Stern, Chris Elliott, Kathy Griffin and Gary Kroeger.
Conclusion. As Dilbert prepares for the arrival of his child, he becomes embroiled in a custody suit while trying to exploit his commercial potential as an unwed pregnant man. Voices include Daniel Stern, Jason Alexander, Jackie Hoffman, Chris Elliott, Larry Miller and Kathy Griffin.
Part 1 of two. Dilbert designs a rocket to gather genetic material from space, but when it returns he is infected by the cargo, which causes his dormant feminine side to become dominant. Voices include Jason Alexander, Chris Elliott, Daniel Stern, Tom Kenny and Larry Miller.
To claim a cubicle to store their obsolete equipment, Dilbert and his pals invent a fictitious employee who winds up running the company. Voices include Jason Alexander, Kathy Griffin, Daniel Stern, Gordon Hunt, Chris Elliott, Jackie Hoffman, Tom Kenny, Jim Wise and Gary Kroeger.
Dilbert orders a custom computer, but when the order is botched, he confronts a supercomputer (voiced by Jerry Seinfeld) to get an exchange. Other voices: Eugene Levy, Daniel Stern, Kathy Griffin, Chris Elliott, Larry Miller and Gordon Hunt.
A wary Dilbert is promoted to management and given an assistant as part of a plot to keep engineers from leaving the company. But the promotion leaves Alice fuming and determined to find an assistant of her own. Voices include Tom Green, Andy Dick, Jason Alexander, Kathy Griffin, Tom Kenny, Gordon Hunt, Daniel Stern, Larry Miller and Chris Elliott.
Eager to avoid a lawsuit against the company by a tree lover, the Boss suggests burying the hatch at Dilbert's house. But Dilbert already has his hands full with his disruptive neighbors, whose elephant is destroying his yard. Voices include Jim Wise, Tress MacNeille, Daniel Stern, Chris Elliott, Kathy Griffin and Larry Miller.
Dilbert invents a hybrid of tomato and meat designed to end third-world starvation, but his creation unwittingly causes famine in Elbonia. Voices: Gilbert Gottfried, Chris Elliott, Tom Kenny, Daniel Stern, Larry Miller, Kathy Griffin and Gary Kroeger.
Dogbert is hired to help Dilbert's company merge with another, which turns out to be an alien corporation that steals brain power. Meanwhile, Wally is demoted to guarding doors by the sinister Catbert. Voices include Jason Alexander, Maurice LaMarche, Gordon Hunt, Daniel Stern, Chris Elliott, Tom Kenny, Kathy Griffin, Larry Miller and Gary Kroeger.
A squabble over an identification card inspires Dilbert to make a rash bet with a security guard about who can do the other's job better. Voices include Jim Wise, Tom Kenny, Gary Kroeger, Daniel Stern, Chris Elliot, Larry Miller and Kathy Griffin.
Dilbert gets to design a cute talking toy to be distributed at fast-food restaurants, but his creation quickly develops a mind of its own. Voices include Christopher Guest, Gary Kroeger, Tom Kenny, Larry Miller, Daniel Stern and Chris Elliot.
Dilbert is mistakenly convicted for the accidental deaths of a bus full of Nobel Prize winners, but his prison reforms dazzle the inmates with their efficiency. Voices include Tress MacNeille, Chris Elliott, Daniel Stern, Tom Kenny, Larry Miller and Kathy Griffin.
Dilbert is assigned to create art with mainstream appeal, and lands in the firing line when his masterpiece draws the ire of a famous painter. Voices include Chazz Palminteri, Tom Kenny, Larry Miller, Gary Kroeger, Gordon Hunt, Kathy Griffin, Chris Elliot and Daniel Stern.
Near-death experiences lead Dilbert to question the meanings of both life and the afterlife, while a rocket malfunction turns Wally into a messiah. Voices include Jason Alexander, Gary Kroeger, Daniel Stern, Chris Elliot, Larry Miller and Tom Kenny.
Dilbert, shopping for a birthday present for his mother, faces his greatest fear when he returns to the shopping mall where he was abandoned by his father (voiced by Buck Henry). Jeri Ryan has a voice cameo. Voices include Daniel Stern, Larry Miller, Kathy Griffin and Chris Elliot.