Dilbert is a cubicle dwelling employee for a large soulless corporation. Each episode the show goes on many adventures that will leave you waiting for more. One simple phrase to describe Dilbert would be laugh out loud. The comical adventures that each story have are very well written by expert writers and voiced by an astonishing cast.
Last Episode02x17 Ethics Aired: Jul. 25, 2000
Dilbert and Dogbert put a fake name in a ballot, "Harry Ass McGee" for the president of the, "Internet Voting Network."
Series Fun Facts
- Up to the time the show was created, the character of Loud Howard had only made one appearance in the comic strip, but has a much larger role in the series. He has reappeared on occasion afterwards.
- The Pointy-Haired Boss does not have a name in the Dilbert comic strip by intentional design (Scott Adams felt it would let people relate better by imposing their own bosses onto him). In the…
[show]The Pointy-Haired Boss does not have a name in the Dilbert comic strip by intentional design (Scott Adams felt it would let people relate better by imposing their own bosses onto him). In the cartoon series, he one used the alias "Eunice" (when he goes dancing) and signed his real name for a courier (Courier: "THAT'S your name?" PHB: (frowning) "What of it?").
- At least three main characters of the show "Seinfeld" (1989) have made cameos in this show (Jerry, George, and Newman).