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Have you ever had a Salmon Day?
One fine day we'll tell you where Episode 25 of BOFH 2001 got to. One day. In the meantime we'd like to tell you about our BOFH-inspired streaming video extravaganza.

Only we're not allowed to yet. But think October 25 (no, forget Windows XP); think Bastard Operator From Hell; think episodic comedy; think streaming media; think very small sums of money; think reverse billing by SMS in the UK; think something else for the rest of the World.

Think bloody funny.

The trailer will be with you shortly. ®

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