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Topic: Any Other Fans Of The Dilbert TV Show Out There?
Username: USAFHummer
Posted 2004-11-22 11:12:05 and read 1918 times.

Just bought the DVD set of the entire Dilbert series...I think it was one of the more underrated shows out there...any other fans of it here?

Greg

Topic: RE: Any Other Fans Of The Dilbert TV Show Out Ther
Username: UTA_flyingHIGH
Posted 2004-11-22 11:16:35 and read 1917 times.

Do we Elbonians like Dilbert  Big grin

UTA

Topic: RE: Any Other Fans Of The Dilbert TV Show Out Ther
Username: ConcordeBoy
Posted 2004-11-22 11:20:35 and read 1916 times.

Watched it tonight as I was waiting for "Duckman"

mildly entertaining... but not something I'd schedule to watch/record.






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I'd say the question was rather rhetorical for this site... don'tya think?  Big grin

Topic: RE: Any Other Fans Of The Dilbert TV Show Out Ther
Username: 707cMf
Posted 2004-11-22 11:35:13 and read 1915 times.

Dilbert is an eveil American imperialist who all to often comes here in Elbonia to pollute our pristine mud with his capitalistic ideas...

cheers,

707

Topic: RE: Any Other Fans Of The Dilbert TV Show Out There?
Username: USAFHummer
Posted 2004-11-23 09:17:46 and read 1905 times.

Somehow I got this vibe that a.net's favorite Elbonians would be replying to this...and yes, now in retrospect I agree fully Fred, however I was also looking for input from a.net members whose names do not contain "707" or "UTA" in them  Big grin

Greg


[Edited 2004-11-23 09:18:11]

Topic: RE: Any Other Fans Of The Dilbert TV Show Out There?
Username: Ejmmsu
Posted 2004-11-23 14:37:31 and read 1896 times.

I have enjoyed it when i've watched it. How many episodes did they actually make? I'll have to say the funniest one i've seen is the "acorn" episode.


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