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At least we got 30 very entertaining episodes.
Like the comic strip, it speaks to anyone who has ever sat at a desk or worked in a cubicle but with slightly more (well) animation than there ever was in the comic.
The picture and sound quality are both very good as well although a Dolby 5.1 surround sound option would have been nice.
This series never got what the recognition it deserved. Well crafted, well casted, just all around well done. I put it very high on my list of comic adaptations.Published 14 days ago by Gio Marko
Dilbert is brought to life! The art matches the comics, the voices match the characters and the show is extremely entertaining and hilarious as Hell. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Dex Cotton
If you work in the modern world of corporate America this is your life. I live this everyday!!!!!Published 1 month ago by Bitwise
Loved all the episodes - reminded me for my childhood when i use to watch it.Published 3 months ago by Ashley Smith
I was one of the artists that had the privilege of working on the Dilbert series. And yes, I think the show was too abruptly canceled, and though the writing was not perfect the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by talos72
Its a show for the underdog and it isn't for everyone but I love it for it's slight sarcasms. I love it!Published 14 months ago by Journeygurl
It was hysterical. The sound of screaming for the audio program on the Elbonian Airlines, deep mud and cows in FIRST CLASS on the Elbonian Airlines? You really should buy it.Published 14 months ago by Annabelle
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Yeah, it says 374 minutes on the back too, but it's obviously far more - 30 x 22 minutes is 660, so maybe it should be 674?
Dec 27, 2006 by Wezzo | See all 2 posts
|no special features?||
There's a making-of featurette, and themed clip shows introduced by Scott Adams, and I think there might be something else, but no commentary.
Aug 4, 2008 by James F. Booth | See all 2 posts