The more I think about this strip the more I don't get it.
1. Who's told the CEO that Wally is a hotshot after his job?
2. How can even a fast-stopping elevator move intestinal contents out of the intestines?
3. What happened in the elevator that made the CEO so angry, and made Wally regard
the ride as so awful? Wally could handle a quick stop, I'm sure.
This strip comes from somewhere where the normal rules of the Dilbert universe do not apply and our assumptions are likely wrong. It doesn't seem to be easy to make sense of it.
Again, what happened on the elevator ride? Does anybody know?
It is clear from the last panel that the Zen of Wally will ultimately have the CEO slobbering at the mouth with a glassy look in his eyes while crawling across the handmade oriental carpet in his office on all fours...