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BOFH logo BOFH and the VAX cluster bomb
Episode 1: Diesel Delight

BOFH gets his mobo working
Episode 2: Gonna work it on you

The Bastard Guide To Writing Software
Episode 3: Junket Alert

BOFH: SQL for Retards
Episode 4: Turning the Tables

BOFH: Going Postal
Episode 5: Is that a gun in your pocket, or...

Bastardman and Robin
Episode 6: Holy Cow! It's Crap Installer Man

BOFH: Oh Bondage, Up Yours!
Episode 7: DNS hijack

The Bastard Junkets from Hell
Episode 8: Paper, Scissor, Stone

The Bastard gets flustered
Episode 9: Marketing Dept

The BOFH Desidoreplicator
Not really an episode but No. 10

The Bastard Range of Wearable Computers
Episode 11: Gathering Nuts in May

The Bastard goes email snooping
Episode 12: Easy if you try

The Bastard Guide to Overclocking
Episode 13: Play with fire, you get burnt

BOFH and the God of Workplace Harmony
Episode 14: Sacrifices must be made

The Bastard Vending Machine
Episode 15: Nasty Cola

BOFH and The Salesbloke
Episode 16: It's hell being a computing professional

The Bastard School of Recruitment
Episode 17: Slave Traders have their uses

BOFH and The Art Of Brand Management
Episode 18: T-shirts hurt

BOFH: PFY's Sulk
Episode 19: That's it, I'm Leaving!

BOFH and the Luser Group
Episode 20: Someone has to do it

The BOFH Questionnaire: How Geeky Are You?
Episode 21: Simple test. Won't take long

The killer BOFH bot from the basement
Episode 22: Robotic death whirs into Mission Control

BOFH: Today the CEO. Tomorrow the Board!
Episode 23: Disciplinary proceedings

BOFH and the Nigerian 419
Episode 24: Help the PFY launder his ill-gotten gains

The Bastard Lift Operator
Episode 25: Caught between floors

The BOFH Christmas Spirit
Episode 26: Bonus!

BOFH: The whole shebang

The Compleat BOFH Archives 95-99

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