|Syndicate||United Feature Syndicate|
|Original run||April 16, 1989 - present|
Dilbert is an American comic strip created by Scott Adams, running since April 1989. It is well-known for its satirical humor on the corporate world. The title character is an engineer who works at a company with dysfunctional colleagues. It was originally more about Dilbert's personal life, but switched to his office life because it was more popular with the audience.
October 8-9, 1997
November 7, 1998
April 30, 2013
February 3-5, 2014
April 5, 2014
|Original run||January 25, 1999 - July 25, 2000|
A short-lived animated television series adaptation of the Dilbert comic was aired on January 1999. It lasted two seasons with thirty episodes on the now defunct UPN network before getting canceled.
At the beginning of the episode, Dilbert shows Dogbert, his new hunger prevention food, the "tomeato". Too squeamish to taste his owner's creation, Dogbert calls Ratbert to eat "breakfast" first. In the process of eating the tomeato in one big gulp, it fills up the rat's stomach in its shape.