Dilbert

Season 2 Episode 4

The Trial

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 23, 1999 on UPN
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Dilbert is the only one in the company with a life so boring that his blood is safe for donating, so they take a few pints. One of the pints is thrown out the window and is used to put Dilbert in jail for the murder of a group of Nobel Prize winners, while the real culprit is the ever-oblivious Pointy-Haired Boss. While in prison, Dilbert makes numerous process improvements and Alice gets married to death row inmates.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Chris Elliott

    Chris Elliott

    Voice of Dogbert

    Jim Wise

    Jim Wise

    Loud Howard

    Daniel Stern

    Daniel Stern

    Voice of Dilbert

    Tress MacNeille

    Tress MacNeille

    Carol/Various Guests

    Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny

    Ashok/Ratbert

    Larry Miller

    Larry Miller

    Voice of the Pointy-Haired Boss

    Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny

    Voice of Asok/ Ratbert/ Audio tape instructor

    Guest Star

    Jim Wise

    Jim Wise

    Voice of Loud Howard

    Recurring Role

    Tress MacNeille

    Tress MacNeille

    Voice of Unknown

    Recurring Role

    Gary Kroeger

    Gary Kroeger

    Voice of Unknown

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (16)

      • Officer: Count backwards from 100 using only prime numbers.
        Dilbert: 97, 89, 83, 79, 73... (is cut off)
        Officer: Ok, no one likes a wise-ass.

      • Alice: (to new convict husband #2) You're innocent?! I'm having serious second thoughts.

      • Supreme Court Justice: Dogbert, always a pleasure. Why don't you come to the meetings anymore?
        Dogbert: I'm not actually a member of the Supreme Court.
        Supreme Court Justice: Really? Now I feel bad about letting you write all those decisions.
        Dogbert: I didn't mind.

      • Pointy-Haired Boss: I couldn't help overhearing you while I was eavsdropping.

      • Dilbert: (to convicts making license plates) Boys, boys, you're sitting on a gold mine here. Do you realize the license plate business is a growth industry and a legal monopoly?

      • Dilbert: (to convict) First of all you should never barter on an empty stomach.

      • Wally: What if I don't have any extra blood? Maybe I only have exactly enough.

      • Dilmom: Did you know that I'm the only one in my bridge club with a son on death row?
        Dilbert: I'm sorry I'm such a disappointment to you, mom.
        Dilmom: Disappointment? Every one asks about you. You're on the news. I used to get blank stares when I told people you were an engineer, but murder, that gets people's respect.
        Dilbert: You could be a little disappointed.

      • Wally: I can't work too hard. I almost gave blood today.

      • Audio Tape: The disconnects between gross margin and leverage will be harnessed for commercial ventures.
        Pointy-Haired Boss: The discotechs between gross margarin and beverages will be harmless to your dentures.

      • Vince: Alice, you are like the fresh dew on a morning flower. My heart yearns for you, your soft skin, your triangle hair, your lips like two tiny sausages stacked upon each other....

      • Wally: There is no room in my car, its filled with oxygen and carbon dioxide.
        Pointy-Haired Boss: That's not good, I'll drive my own car.

      • Wally: You can't tell anything from a picture anyway. In my high school yearbook, I didn't even look attractive.

      • Priest: We are gathered here today to join these two souls in holy matrimony and to damn one of them to eternal hell.

      • Dilbert: Driving without blood is surprisingly difficult.

      • SWAT commander: Oh, shoot!
        (swat team fires, leaving a bunch of smoking bystanders killed)
        SWAT commander: Oh, shoot!
        (swat team fires again)
        SWAT commander: I gotta find myself a new swear word.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • English for Managers: A tape set the Pointy-Haired Boss uses that is an allusion to tape sets used for teaching people how to speak a foreign language.

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