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  1. I think the joke works. Cubicles only have three walls. The fourth is the hallway, but that doesn’t get you out. If you violated one of the other walls, perhaps … just perhaps …

    That’s how I saw it anyway, although the acting bit was an interesting bit of trivia.

    Comment by Andy Dabydeen — 01/03/2021 @ 08:41:29 PM

  2. Good call to point out the cubicle, as that structure is so central to Dilbert. But I’m not buying that excuse. I definitely think Adams screwed up.

    Perhaps he’ll come across this post and give us the low-down himself…

    Comment by CT — 01/03/2021 @ 09:15:42 PM

  3. I’m going to run with the 2-D idea that the comic panel is only bound by a wall to the left and a wall to the right, making the audience/reader the third wall.

    Comment by Hunk Oman — 01/04/2021 @ 09:30:25 AM

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