Dilbert (1999–2000)
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When Dilbert wakes up after another night of having the egg dream, he discovers he isn't the only one to have had the dream. His fellow employees tell Dilbert about a guy, Chicken Man, who ... See full summary »

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Dilbert (voice)
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Pointy-Haired Boss (voice)
Gordon Hunt ...
Wally (voice)
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Dilmom (voice)
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Asok / Ratbert (voice)
Gary Kroeger ...
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Carol / Various Guests (voice)
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Pointy-Haired Boss's Boss (voice)
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Loud Howard (voice)
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Storyline

When Dilbert wakes up after another night of having the egg dream, he discovers he isn't the only one to have had the dream. His fellow employees tell Dilbert about a guy, Chicken Man, who turned into a chicken after he was put in charge of a product that he was unable to name. Dilbert soon finds himself in the same situation. Written by Jeff

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Animation | Comedy

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25 January 1999 (USA)  »

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Goofs

During the first Scrabble game, Dilmom puts down the word "quixotic" as the second word of the game. Given Dilbert's first word is "it", it is impossible for Dilmom to have put this word on a Triple Word Score. It can be easily proved with a Scrabble board. Dogbert's claim that his word "quizzing" scores 188 points is also false, but given that Dogbert is cheating in the first place, that is more likely to be Dogbert making things up than an error. See more »

Quotes

Dilbert: [Dilbert is in the shower, with a voice activated temperature control] The shower's calibrated to respond to my voice only.
Dogbert: Boy, you think of everything.
Dilbert: I'm cautious.
Dogbert: That's why you had training wheels until you were seventeen
Dilbert: I was fourteen.
[Shower temperature goes to 14 degrees]
Dilbert: AAAAAAGH!
[Almost frozen in a block of ice]
Dilbert: 99! 99! 99!
[The temperature goes back to 99]
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References 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »

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Dramatic Sting #9
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Music by Ib Glindemann (as Dan Kirsten)
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