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BOFH 1

BOFH2K1: BOFH returns from the dead He's mean, he's moody, he's less than magnificent

BOFH2K2: Wanted Bastard Operators to man Helldesk BOFH meets the troops. He's not impressed

BOFH2K3: BOFH unmasks the printer smasher Workplace disenfranchised user complex

BOFH2K4: BOFH goes to Hollywood Medical drama unfolds

BOFH2K5: BOFH specs the Quake Box From Heaven Games Bastard Operators play

BOFH2K6: BOFH masters the art of creative accounting One consultant minus one piece of paper = £3,000

BOFH2K7: agony uncle and bastard Revenge is a dish best eaten Vindaloo hot

BOFH2K8: BOFH 1: TWAT 0 The Pedant's Guide to Computing Knowledge

BOFH2K9: BOFH tracks down Arsonist ... and saves PFY's skin

BOFH2K10: BOFH plays with Maggot Pick a Password. Any Password

BOFH2K11: BOFH discovers Voice Recognition Is it your floor that has the Gas Leak?

BOFH2K12: BOFH moonlights CRAP SOFTWARE By all means necessary

BOFK2K13: The BOFH interpretation skills test – try it if you DARE Operator or Management – which are you, boy?

BOFH2K14: BOFH signs up for M$ soap slush fund Software Piracy. Just say no

BOFH2K15: BOFH dreams of justifiable user homicide Let no man come between BOFH and his sleep

BOFH2K16: BOFH meets the Bitch Operator - match made in Hell

She steals his heart, and his wallet too. BOFH newbies can tune into previous episodes here.

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