Dilbert: Season 2, Episode 17

Ethics (25 Jul. 2000)

TV Episode  -   -  Animation | Comedy
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After coming under scrutiny for unethical business practices, the company sends the employees for mandatory ethics training. Of course, management does not have to attend even though it is behind the major ethical violations.

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After coming under scrutiny for unethical business practices, the company sends the employees for mandatory ethics training. Of course, management does not have to attend even though it is behind the major ethical violations.

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Alice: What's the old familiarity technique?
Wally: It involves spending so much time with a woman that she gets used to your faults. It's like falling in love but without the expense.
Dilbert: If I could have made this tobacco lobbyist spend enough time with me...
Wally: ...while she was using you...
Dilbert: ...then maybe, just maybe, the inertia would carry her beyond the point of being repulsed by my personality.
Wally: Then one day if she breaks up with a socially functional boyfriend, she might be to emotionally crippled to date ...
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