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|Season 2 / Episode 17: - Ethics|
Alice: What's the old familiarity technique?
Wally: It involves spending so much time with a woman that she gets used to your faults. It's like falling in love but without the expense.
Dilbert: If I could have made this tobacco lobbyist spend enough time with me...
Wally: ...while she was using you...
Dilbert: ...then maybe, just maybe, the inertia would carry her beyond the point of being repulsed by my personality.
Wally: Then one day if she breaks up with a socially functional boyfriend, she might be to emotionally crippled to date again. And there Dilbert will be.
Alice: Why don't you just date a woman who respects you in the first place?
Wally: You can do that?
|Season 2 / Episode 16: - The Fact|
Pointy-Haired Boss: Perhaps we need further research?
Pointy-Haired Boss: Perhaps further study?
Pointy-Haired Boss: Who's got time for that, you prig? No, we need to create some favorable facts first.
Dilbert: Favorable facts?
Pointy-Haired Boss: Yes. Favorable facts. The other kind are worthless.
Wally: We could flip a coin.
Pointy-Haired Boss: No, too risky.
Loud Howard: We could test humans. That's always fun.
Asok: What about monkeys? Or rabbits, or puppies? We've had some success hurting them in the past, haven't we?
Alice: Dilbert could do some tests on mice. Mice are full of favorable facts.
Pointy-Haired Boss: Very good. Mice it is.
Dilbert: This is ridiculous, but at least that's vaguely scientific. I'll need a budget to get some mice.
Pointy-Haired Boss: We're not PAYING for mice. Good God man the streets are full of them!
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