Dilbert

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2000TV-PG
Dilbert (Daniel Stern) is reunited with his long-lost father and even ends up in prison, after his DNA gets mixed up. Always the inventor, he creates a mechanical baby called The Dupey (guest star Christopher Guest), and a cure for world hunger - the Tomeato.
Starring
Daniel SternChris ElliottLarry Miller
Genres
Comedy
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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  1. 1. Gift, The
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    November 2 1999
    22min
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    It's Dilmom's (Jackie Hoffman) birthday and Dilbert (Daniel Stern) must get her a gift. Dogbert (Chris Elliott) suggests that Dilbert go shopping at the mall, but an unspeakable event in Dilbert's childhood has him afraid to set foot in that horrible monstrosity known as The Mall. Buck Henry guest stars.
  2. 2. Trial, The
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    November 23 1999
    22min
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    A blood drive is taking place at work and Dilbert (Daniel Stern) is the only suitable candidate to drain. So, after giving many, many pints of blood, Dilbert tries to drive home -- seriously impaired by his lack of bodily fluids and is arrested.
  3. 3. Shroud Of Wally, The
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    November 9 1999
    22min
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    Dilbert (Daniel Stern) has a short death experience and is disappointed to learn that the afterlife is nothing but a cubicle.
  4. 4. Dupey, The
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    December 7 1999
    22min
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    Fast food restaurants are advertising "The Dupey" free with a meal. But, Dilbert (Daniel Stern) discovers that The Dupey doesn't even exist. Then he is informed that his company is marketing the imaginary item. The Boss (Larry Miller) puts Dilbert in charge of creating The Dupey to go with the existing marketing campaign.
  5. 5. Art
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    November 16 1999
    22min
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    Dilbert (Daniel Stern) creates a blue duck on his computer and from his innocent drawing the art world is turned upside down.
  6. 6. Hunger
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    February 1 2000
    22min
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    Dilbert (Daniel Stern) invents what he thinks will end world hunger, the Tomeato, and he knows the perfect place to test his invention: the third world country of Elbonia. So, Wally (Gordon Hunt) and Dilbert set out for Elbonia with the Tomeato in hopes that they can cure the country of its famine. But, when they get there, they are shocked to see that the country is not in a famine at all.
  7. 7. Security Guard, The
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    January 18 2000
    22min
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    Dilbert (Daniel Stern) and the security guard (guest star Wayne Knight) at his office building exchange some hostile words and before they know it they have made a bet: They will change jobs for one day.
  8. 8. Merger, The
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    January 25 2000
    22min
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    When the company is unexpectedly faced with a surplus of 20 billion dollars, the Boss (Larry Miller) decides a merger with a less efficient corporation is the only way to unload the money.
  9. 9. Offsite Meeting, The
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    February 8 2000
    22min
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    When the company is sued by a "tree-loving" society, the Boss (Larry Miller) suggests an off-site meeting at Dilbert's (Daniel Stern) house. During a rousing ice-breaker game of paint ball, the tree lovers' leader kills the elephant and destroys Dilbert's house in the process.
  10. 10. Assistant, The
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    February 15 2000
    21min
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    When the executives discover that the engineers know there are other jobs available, they give Dilbert an assistant (guest star Andy Dick) and show the employees that they really can have a "career" at the company. Alice is peeved to learn that Dilbert has an assistant and she doesn't, so she gets Catbert (Jason Alexander) to appoint Asok her assistant, leading to a duel between the assistants.
  11. 11. Company Picnic
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    July 11 2000
    22min
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    The engineering department is desperate to beat marketing in the annual softball game.
  12. 12. Virtual Employee, The
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    May 30 2000
    22min
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    Dilbert (Daniel Stern) addresses the problem of his overflowing cubicle, but discovers there is nowhere in the office to trash the obsolete equipment he and his coworkers have acquired. They decide to venture through the building to find an unused cubicle to stash their trash. Dilbert's gang save their storage space by inventing Todd, a new employee who will occupy the cube.
  13. 13. Return, The
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    February 22 2000
    21min
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    Dilbert (Daniel Stern) turns to the Internet in search of a new computer. He has it delivered to the office to impress the other engineers. His idea backfires when the Boss (Larry Miller) signs for it and it turns out to be an outdated model instead of the state of the art system he had ordered. Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Favreau, and Eugene Levy guest star.
  14. 14. Ethics
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    July 25 2000
    22min
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    Dilbert (Daniel Stern) is in charge of a new voting system project for the government. He creates an Internet Voting Network allowing people to vote from their own computer at election time.
  15. 15. Fact, The
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    July 18 2000
    22min
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    Dogbert (Chris Elliott) writes a book claiming pepper is a miracle herb that cures Chronic Cubicle Syndrome. Dilbert (Daniel Stern) witnesses Dogbert making the entire thing up and is appalled when people start falling for his claims.
  16. 16. Pregnancy, The
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    June 6 2000
    21min
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    Dilbert makes a small model rocket to find other traces of life in space. When Ratbert accidentally pushes a button, it launches the rocket, which then detects alien life and takes samples. The rocket then crashes into Dilbert's house and into his buttocks. When Dilbert is in the hospital, the doctors discover he is pregnant.
  17. 17. Delivery, The
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    June 13 2000
    21min
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    Dilbert (Daniel Stern) sees the picture of his ultrasound and can't believe his baby looks like a bowl of fruit. When Dilbert tells the Boss (Larry Miller) he is pregnant, the Boss threatens to fire him if he has the baby. Dilbert and Dogbert (Chris Elliott) decide that going to the tabloids is the only way Dilbert will be able to support the baby if he loses his job. Steve Austin guest stars.

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Directors
Seth Kearsley
Supporting actors
Gordon HuntJackie HoffmanTom KennyGary KroegerKathy Griffin
Producers
Larry CharlesScott Adams
Season year
2000
Network
Sony Pictures Television
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VReviewed in the United States on August 2, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
I SO MISS THIS SHOW!
From the comics to the TV! The voices are those of some well known actors. Dgobert is amazing and Dilbert's struggles speak to me. It's funny, it's annoying and its the show you never knew you needed! I remember when it was on TV and came across it on Amazon Prime and it takes me back! The writing is fantastic!
7 people found this helpful
DonReviewed in the United States on April 18, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Might be the funniest unpopular show ever.
When I watched in in first run syndication in the 90s, I thought some of the voices were a little off. Today I take for granted that Wally and Dogbert and Asok sound the way they do, and when I read a Dilbert comic strip I hear the voices form this TV adaptation.

Dilbert is great, Pointy Haired Boss is great, Catbert is great, just don't worry that 80% of the background and supporting characters sound the same and you'll be fine.
Caleb KReviewed in the United States on August 10, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
i love it
i saw this show years ago, and i loved it then, the real-to -life scenarios that always go crazy in a way that only dilbert can, i looked on netflix and other streaming sites multiple times to find this show, i am glad to see it made it s way here to amazon
2 people found this helpful
will tilghmanReviewed in the United States on February 28, 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
funny but what is with the BUTTS!?
The show is good with matter of fact office humor but for some reason the show just keeps wanting to show the main character's butt which is kind of annoying and seems to happen at least once an episode, also literally within the fist few minutes
One person found this helpful
Helpful ReviewerReviewed in the United States on February 26, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best
Best show ever!
Therapeutic for anyone who has to deal with an idiot manager which is almost everyone employed.
KevinReviewed in the United States on September 20, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Often overlooked show
This show was good and could have been great if a better network picked it up originally. It's unfortunate it didn't have a better chance. Great voice actors, and some well known guest stars.
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James D.Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Well done, but not for everyone.
I liked it. It's pretty goofy, but they throw in some smart humor now and again too. Good adaptation of the comic strip. Was suprised to hear some of the unexpected stars in it too, like Jerry Seinfeld as giant computer! :-D
celiReviewed in the United States on January 28, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Funny for a select group
Very much office humor and puns. Funny just in that arena. I like it though and watch it often. Wish they had continued it past the second season.
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