Dilbert

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  • TV-PG
  • 1999
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.3  (5,682)

Find the corporate world a bit - odd? Think it's something worth being laughed at? Maybe you hate the job you have now, or one you had in the past, but we can all relate to the inept boss, the odd co-worker, and the menial, sometimes mind-numbing work. The two-season series "Dilbert" speaks to the frustrated employee in all of us. Based on the famous comic strip of the same name, the show revolves around the title character, engineer Dilbert, and his super-smart, although mischievous, talking dog, Dogbert. Dilbert's days find him under the thumb of the crazy, directionless leadership of Pointy-Haired Boss, whose wrath is endured with the help of Dilbert's jaded pal, Wally. Dilbert and friends undergo the exaggerated misadventures of a corporate world throughout the two seasons, including fighting off a mutating strain of the common cold, investigating the mystery of the marker-stealing "Little People," and convincing Congress to forego all other holidays in order to have National Dogbert Day. Perfect for the frustrated employee with an odd sense of humor, the show's bizarre sense of comedy serves as a parody for the job world. The show ran for two seasons before it was finally cancelled, but plenty of laughs can still be found here. Watch out for celebrity appearances as well, including those of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Tom Green, and Jay Leno. If you're in the mood for a strange take on the corporate world, or want to see how bad things could REALLY get at an even weirder job, be sure to check out Dilbert today.

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Seasons
Ethics
17. Ethics
July 25, 2000
Dilbert and Dogbert put a fake name in a ballot, "Harry Ass McGee" for the president of the, "Internet Voting Network."
The Fact
16. The Fact
July 18, 2000
Dogbert writes a book about the made-up, "Chronic Cubicle Syndrome," called, "Chronic Cubicle Syndrome: If You Think You've Got It, You've Got It". It then becomes a best seller and is then classified as a real sickness. Then Dogbert makes a formula called, "Secret Juice Formula," and is suppose to stop the sickness. Dilbert tries to knock sense into everyone that the sickness is fake, but no one believes him.
Company Picnic
15. Company Picnic
July 11, 2000
Dilbert's company has a company picnic, and they're all forced to play softball. Dilbert hits the ball and makes it to second base for the first time.
The Delivery
14. The Delivery
June 13, 2000
The sickest and wrongest time of the show comes, Dilbert gives birth to the alien baby. Although Dilbert did give birth to the baby, he lets the baby go back to his home planet via rocket ship.
The Pregnancy
13. The Pregnancy
June 6, 2000
Dilbert becomes pregnant with an alien baby.
The Virtual Employee
12. The Virtual Employee
May 30, 2000
Dilbert creates a virtual employee named "Todd" who works in the unused cubical.
The Return
11. The Return
February 22, 2000
Dilbert buys a computer called "Comp-U-Comp". The computer then doesn't work right, so he goes to the main office of "Comp-U-Comp" in the middle of nowhere. He is then challenged by the ultimate computer for a refund, so he playes various games against the super computer.
The Assistant
10. The Assistant
February 15, 2000
Dilbert works with an assistant.
The Off-Site Meeting
9. The Off-Site Meeting
February 8, 2000
Dilbert's neighbors get an elephant, which makes everything even noisier.
Hunger
8. Hunger
February 1, 2000
Dilbert tries working on a new food source called the "tomeato" that may end world hunger.
The Merger
7. The Merger
January 25, 2000
Dilbert's company merges together with another company.
The Security Guard
6. The Security Guard
January 18, 2000
Dilbert makes a bet that it's easier to be a Security Guard than an engineer any day. Dilbert realizes that it isn't easy to be a Security Guard, and when everyone sets up a Casino, Dilbert trys to stop the Casino. But everyone ignores him, so he than pulls the Fire Alarm.
The Dupey
5. The Dupey
December 7, 1999
Dilbert creates a machene called "The Dupey" and it then evolves and has a life of it's own.
The Trial
4. The Trial
November 23, 1999
Dilbert donates blood to the blood bank, being the only one with the qualifacations. They only take a few pints, but one is thrown out the window. Someone then frames Dilbert for the murder of a group of Nobel Prize Winners, when it's really the Pointy-Haired Boss.
Art
3. Art
November 16, 1999
Dilbert is assigned to make to make an art project. All Dilbert does is makes a blue duck. This "Blue Duck" is created on his computer, and then everyone goes crazy about it. Suddenly the "Blue Duck" is all the rage.
The Shroud of Wally
2. The Shroud of Wally
November 9, 1999
Dilbert almost experiences death. While he's unconscious he sees that heaven is a cubical. Is heaven really a cubical, or was it just a dream? Meanwhile, a group starts worshiping Wally as, "The Great One!"
The Gift
1. The Gift
November 2, 1999
Dilbert needs to find the perfect birthday gift for his mom. Since he can't find one at any store, out of desperation, he goes to the mall, one of his greatest fears. Dilbert has always feared the mall since he was little. He went with his father and was lost because his father was warped into an "All You Can Eat" buffet at one of the restaurants. Dilbert finds his dad in the end, but he won't budge, he's still hungry.
Description

Find the corporate world a bit - odd? Think it's something worth being laughed at? Maybe you hate the job you have now, or one you had in the past, but we can all relate to the inept boss, the odd co-worker, and the menial, sometimes mind-numbing work. The two-season series "Dilbert" speaks to the frustrated employee in all of us.

Based on the famous comic strip of the same name, the show revolves around the title character, engineer Dilbert, and his super-smart, although mischievous, talking dog, Dogbert. Dilbert's days find him under the thumb of the crazy, directionless leadership of Pointy-Haired Boss, whose wrath is endured with the help of Dilbert's jaded pal, Wally.

Dilbert and friends undergo the exaggerated misadventures of a corporate world throughout the two seasons, including fighting off a mutating strain of the common cold, investigating the mystery of the marker-stealing "Little People," and convincing Congress to forego all other holidays in order to have National Dogbert Day. Perfect for the frustrated employee with an odd sense of humor, the show's bizarre sense of comedy serves as a parody for the job world.

The show ran for two seasons before it was finally cancelled, but plenty of laughs can still be found here. Watch out for celebrity appearances as well, including those of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Tom Green, and Jay Leno.

If you're in the mood for a strange take on the corporate world, or want to see how bad things could REALLY get at an even weirder job, be sure to check out Dilbert today.

Dilbert is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (30 episodes). The series first aired on January 25, 1999.

Where to Watch Dilbert

Dilbert is available for streaming on the The Minisode Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dilbert on demand at FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, The Roku Channel Free, Apple TV and Crackle.

  • Premiere Date
    January 25, 1999
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (5,682)