Searching for a gift for his mother, Dilbert is desperate enough to go to the mall, which holds bad memories for him: when he was a child his father abandoned him there.

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Dilbert (voice)
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Dogbert (voice)
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Gordon Hunt ...
Wally (voice)
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Dilmom (voice)
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Asok / Ratbert (voice)
Gary Kroeger ...
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Loud Howard (voice)
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Dadbert (voice)
Russ Leatherman ...
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Searching for a gift for his mother, Dilbert is desperate enough to go to the mall, which holds bad memories for him: when he was a child his father abandoned him there.

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2 November 1999 (USA)  »

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In this storyline, actress Jeri Ryan portrays the voice of the 7 of 9 Alarm Clock. Jeri Ryan also played the role of the ex-Borg drone Seven of Nine in the TV series "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995-2001). See more »

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Alice: A gift certificate is completely different from cash.
Dilbert: No, it's not. They're both pieces of paper you can exchange for goods and services.
Alice: You're missing the point.
Dilbert: Actually, a gift certificate is worse than cash, because you can only use it in one place.
Wally: And it expires.
Alice: At least it shows some thought.
Dilbert: It shows defective thought. You're trading perfectly good money for something that does the same thing, only not as well.
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