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Excellent opening to Dilbert's otherwise mediocre TV series.
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, forbidden zone remix
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Fuck you for pointing out that the theme is a Forbidden Zone remix and leaving PoE's chief Boingoloid with nothing to contribute. Ass.
I figured it was obvious, at least around here.
I HAVE NEEDS, DAMMIT
You start out with Forbidden Zone music, you're setting some unrealisitically high expectations.
Can't understand why people are one-starring the intro, unless its just residual dislike of the show.
Probably has nothing to do with the show either way. There's some guy who always one-stars random submissions as soon as they get to the front page.
This would have done better for another show. Kind of sad to think about, really.
I never understood how the paper unfolded itself after it was thrown into the bin.
If you look closely you will see that this logo is made entirely of tiny little cubicles
One of my buddies was an animator on this show. He warned everyone against watching it.
A couple of stars for hiring Chris Elliot to do Dogbert. He was the best part of that show.
common, dogbert was pretty damn funny.
Why are you talking to R&B singers
I dunno though, the show had its moments. I think it might have done better if it had a second season, alot of "adult" cartoons have crappy first seasons.
I still quote Loud Howard regularly.
"WHEN I TALK I FIND THINGS, OOO A GLOVE"
I remember the show being pretty funny.
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