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Dilbert: Testing

The Gruntmaster 6000 is ready for testing. Bob Bastard is chosen test it, and he tries to mess up The Gruntmaster 6000 so it can't be released. Meanwhile, everyone goes on their own little adventure.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x5
Production Number: 104
Airdate: Monday February 22nd, 1999

Guest Stars
Tom KennyTom Kenny
voiced Bob Bastard
Episode Quotes
Dilbert: Look Dogbert, I've spent a lot of time working on this product. The Gruntmaster 6000 is my baby even though it bears no resemblance to what I orginally conceived. Are you listening to any of this?
Dogbert: (not paying attention) You conceived a baby and it bears no resemblance to you.

Dilbert: I'm sorry Alice, but he's the embodiment of all that's horrid and loathsome in this world.
Alice: Just because it's written on a bathroom wall doesn't mean it's true.
Dilbert: He wrote it.

Dilbert: Here's one for you, why do women see the fact that I'm kind, sensitive, and caring as some sort of weakness?
Dogbert: It's merely a function of cultural conditioning. That and the fact you look like the illegitimate child of Bill Gates and the Pillsbury Doughboy.

Dogbert: Did you know there are no laws in space?

Dilbert: What qualifications do you have to fly on the space shuttle?
Dogbert: None, but strangely enough that doesn't disqualify me.

Episode Goofs
When Bob Bastard collects the $50 from Alice, he says he has $100.

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