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While assuring everyone that the company is prepared for Y2K, Dilbert discovers that the computer mainframe's main processor isn't Y2K-compatible and all the company's systems will crash if it isn't fixed.
Dilbert is rewarded for discovering this by being assigned to fix it, and he discovers that the system's original programmer was Wally.
It is an abbreviated instrumental rewrite of the theme from the film Forbidden Zone, originally performed by Elfman's band, The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo.
The prototype is delivered to an incredibly stupid family in Squiddler's Patch, Texas, during the thirteenth and final episode of the season, "Infomercial", even though it was not tested in a lab beforehand.
The family's misuse of the prototype creates a black hole that sucks Dilbert in; he instantly wakes up in the meeting seen at the start of the episode, then locks his design lab to keep the prototype from being shipped out.
Dilbert, Alice, Wally, Dogbert, and the Pointy-Haired Boss take a business trip to Elbonia.
Alice and Dilbert attempt to free the Elbonian people (Alice adopts an Elbonian baby while Dilbert introduces the workers to human rights) while Wally becomes a prophet.
Dilbert discovers that the office is inhabited by a race of former employees who have been "downsized" (literally shrunken down to size after they've been laid off) after finding all of his belongings used, the dry-erase markers disappearing, and X-rated websites on his computer.
On the eve of the new millennium, everyone — except Dilbert — is making New Year's plans.
The first season centers on the creation of a new product, the "Gruntmaster 6000".
The first three episodes involve the idea process ("The Name", "The Prototype", and "The Competition" respectively); the fifth ("Testing") involves having it survive a malevolent company tester named "Bob Bastard", and the sixth ("Elbonian Trip") is about production in the famine-stricken fourth-world country of Elbonia.
You can also violate some laws of physics, and cause and effect. So it's much more freeing creatively." It was on UPN, a network that few people watch.
And because of some management screw-ups between the first and second seasons the time slot kept changing and we lost our viewers.