After Dilbert designs an online voting system, a sexy tobacco lobbyist tries to convince him to rig the election.
Dilbert must face a tribunal after he invents a dangerous device that shocks office workers into sitting up straight.
Dogbert tries to coach the engineers to a softball victory against the marketing department. With the voices of Daniel Stern and Chris Elliott.
A pregnant Dilbert sells his story and then goes into premature labor while engaged in an ugly custody battle.
Dilbert is impregnated with genetic material from outer space, and Dogbert tries to hide the truth from him.
Dilbert, Alice and Wally invent an imaginary employee named Todd, who is soon promoted at the expense of the others.
While trying to return a substandard computer, Dilbert goes head-to-head with an Oz-like supercomputer.
The Boss (voice of Larry Miller) tries to improve morale by promoting Dilbert (voice of Daniel Stern) to management and giving him an assistant (guest voice of Andy Dick). Additional guest voices: Jason Alexander and Tom Green.
Dilbert regrets inviting his co-workers to his house for an off-site meeting when a neighbor's elephant destroys his yard.
Dilbert's invention to end hunger leads him to Elbonia, where he meets the foster child he's been supporting.
Dilbert's (voice of Daniel Stern) company merges with an alien organization; Catbert (voice of Jason Alexander) demotes Wally (voice of Gordon Hunt).
Dilbert exchanges jobs with a security guard, presiding over a casino-style office overrun by 12-year-olds.
When the toys designed by Dilbert evolve into higher life forms, his Boss hatches an evil plot to eliminate them.
Dilbert is convicted of murder after the boss causes an accident that kills a busload of Noble Prize winners.
Dilbert angers a presumed-dead artist who turns out to be very much alive and in charge of an organized-crime family.
Wally becomes a spiritual guru after the company wins a NASA contract and launches a rocket for space exploration.
Dilbert scours the mall for a birthday gift, but unexpectedly finds his estranged father, Dadbert. Guest voices: Buck Henry and Jeri Ryan.
Dilbert's horrified when the prototype is sent to a family in Texas before the product is tested in the lab.
Dilbert's (voice of Daniel Stern) wish to have only one holiday a year could come true if Dogbert gets his way.
Dilbert (voice of Daniel Stern) shares his cynical views about donating to charity.
Dilbert (voice of Daniel Stern) has trouble fixing the Y2K problem on the company's computers. Guest voice: Jason Alexander.
Dilbert loses his technical skills after "management DNA" infects him.
Dilbert sets a trap to catch the little people he believes are using his computer to access pornographic Websites.
The cold and flu season may lead Dilbert to the door of his own new office.
Dilbert (voice of Daniel Stern) encourages employees to fight for better working conditions at the factory in Elbonia.
The "test engineer from hell" tries to destroy Dilbert's prototype; Dogbert gets a seat on the space shuttle.
Wally (voice of Gordon Hunt) convinces Dilbert (voice of Daniel Stern) they can get rich quick by investing in a company. Guest voices: Jim Wise and Tom Kenny.
Dilbert battles Lena, warrior engineer, to build the best prototype for the Gruntmaster 6000. Voices of Daniel Stern, Chris Elliott and Larry Miller. Guest voice of Tress MacNeille.
Dilbert (voice of Daniel Stern) is fired when he is pegged as the one who leaked a story about a new product.
Dilbert is stressed over naming a new company product. With the voices of Daniel Stern and Chris Elliott.