Dilbert - The Complete Series
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With his signature turned-up tie, round glasses and buzz cut, Dilbert is already a pop culture phenomenon, providing an irreverent reference point for workers everywhere. Now you can follow Dilbert and his co-workers as they try to make sense of corporate culture through witty banter and silly slapstick.
Developed and produced by Emmy Award-winning writer/producer Larry Charles (Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm), Dilbert follows the every man as he copes with daily life at The Company. Daniel Stern (The Wonder Years) stars as the voice of Dilbert, while Chris Elliott (How I Met Your Mother) voices his roommate Dogbert, who views the entire world as existing for his personal entertainment. Joining Dilbert in the office are his fellow engineers: the no-nonsense, caffeinated Alice (Kathy Griffin) and selfish, slothful Wally (Gordon Hunt).
Guest voice talent includes Jason Alexander, Andy Dick, Eugene Levy, Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Tom Green and more!
Tower of Babel
The Shroud of Wally
The Security Guard
The Off-Site Meeting
The Virtual Employee
The Delivery (2)
Top Customer Reviews
Dilbert is one of the funniest and most underrated TV series of the past 20 years.
In 2004, Sony put out a Complete Series set loaded to the gills with special features. That release is unfortunately now out of print, however, it can be had for very cheap.
This re-issue Mill Creek has put out condenses the series down from 4 to 3 discs (resulting in higher artifacting and compression) along with stripping all of the bonus features.
Yeah, it's cheap, but you get what you pay for.
Seek out the original release if you want to enjoy this show the way it was meant to be.
Content: 0/5 stars. This show is incredibly unfunny. The jokes frequently are poorly delivered with bad timing and no humor. It's like a stand-up comedian whose material isn't that good, and after delivering a flat joke, mugs on the stage, saying, "Eh? Eh?"
Average score: 2/5
This Show is very funny. Has a great cast of voices including Chris Elliot. Has very Dark Humor which some don't get.
They, however, are in a single case and placed one on top of the other with no protection between DVDs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Too bad they canceled this. Scott Adams's humor is a little too subtle for some people to understand. It is dead on and exquisitely vicious.Published 1 month ago by Old Guy
Loved. this show in the past and love it now...esp for the 4.75 dollars and 'free' prime shipping! So glad to find such a great show so inexpensive.Published 2 months ago by No One In Particular