Y2KY2K (1999) Season 1 Episode 109- Dilbert Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- Adelaide Productions, Columbia Tri-Star Television Animation, Idbox, United Media
- Dilbert Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: Dilbert, Dogbert, Pointy-Haired Boss, Wally, Dilmom, Asok, Ratbert, Loud Howard, Garbage Man, Catbert, Alice.
- Vocal Talent: Daniel Stern (Dilbert), Chris Elliott (Dogbert), Larry Miller (Pointy-Haired Boss), Gordon Hunt (Wally), Jackie Hoffman (Dilmom), Tom Kenny (Asok, Ratbert), Jim Wise (Loud Howard), Maurice LaMarche (Garbage Man), Jason Alexander (Catbert), Kathy Griffin (Alice [uncredited]), Gary Kroeger, Tress MacNeille.
- Directed By Jennifer Graves, Bob Hathcock & Andi Tom.
- Produced By Jeffrey L. Goldstein.
Co-Producer: Denise Pleune.
Executive Producer: Larry Charles.
Co-Executive Producers: David Silverman, Stephen Sustarsic, Scott Adams.
Supervising Producers: Richard Raynis, Jeff Kahn.
- Written By Andrew Borakove, Rachel Powell, Scott Adams, Larry Charles.
Based on the Original Strip by: Scott Adams.
- Edited By Mark Scheib.
- Created By: Scott Adams.
- Storyboards: Jenny Lerew, John Mathot.
- Layouts: Craig Voigt.
- Character Layouts: Greg Colton.
- Animation Checker: Duff Armour.
- Supervising Sound Editor: Jonathan Sola.
- Sound: Reuben Simon, Wade Wilson.
- Music Producer: Steve Bartek.
- Music Editor: Tony Dimito.
- Post-Production Coordinator: Gregory J. Favro.
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Dogbert and Ratbert try to decide where they are going to celebrate the new millennium. Dilbert is put in charge of the company's Y2K problem. Wally plans to scam the banks, trusting that their computer records will fail them. Wally may be the key to "Black... (more)