Dilbert (1999–2000)
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Dogbert writes a book entitled "Chronic Cubicle Syndrome". The boss see the best-seller as a chance to come up with a new product.

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Dilbert (voice)
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Dogbert (voice)
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Gordon Hunt ...
Wally (voice)
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Asok / Ratbert (voice)
Gary Kroeger ...
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Loud Howard (voice)
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Catbert (voice)
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Dogbert writes a book entitled "Chronic Cubicle Syndrome". The boss see the best-seller as a chance to come up with a new product.

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Animation | Comedy

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18 July 2000 (USA)  »

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Pointy-Haired Boss: Perhaps we need further research?
Dilbert: Yes!
Pointy-Haired Boss: Perhaps further study?
Dilbert: Yes!
Pointy-Haired Boss: Who's got time for that, you prig? No, we need to create some favorable facts first.
Dilbert: Favorable facts?
Pointy-Haired Boss: Yes. Favorable facts. The other kind are worthless.
Wally: We could flip a coin.
Pointy-Haired Boss: No, too risky.
Loud Howard: We could test humans. That's always fun.
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