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I'm a Bastard Operator, Get Me Out of Here!
Episode 1 Intranet Survivor

The Bastard Guide to Recycling
Episode 2 Haphazard Arrangement of Still Life

BOFH and the Pay Rise
Episode 3 Managing expectations

The Bastard Interviewer from Hell
Episode 4 Above board and politically correct

The Bastard wants to know - How's your interviewing style?
Episode 5 Quiz time

Bastard's got a Brand New Laptop
Episode 6 Heavyweight

BOFH, The Boss and Operational Euphemisms
Episode 7 Dirty business, this computer game

The Bastard goes 24/7
Episode 8 Pizza alert!

BOFH and the Interruptible Power System
Episode 9 Like moths to a lamp

BOFH cops a virus
Episode 10 Bring the tranquiliser gun

BOFH and the Bad Junket
Episode 11 Pens won't cut it

The Bastard School of Argument
Episode 12 Devil makes work for idle hands

BOFH and The Engineer
Episode 13 Call out beyond sense of duty

BOFH and The Conference
Episode 14 Gimme some Pens!

BOFH and The Boss's Porn
Episode 15 I said Water skiing!

802.11bofh
Episode 16 The golden age of wireless

BOFH and the Boss's PA
Episode 17 I was that soldier

A Bastard of a late night call-out
Episode 18 But I need help now...

Resumé writing - BOFH style
Episode 19 CV or not CV? That is the question...

BOFH beats the Boss
Episode 20 He's become a liability

BOFH and the Auditor
Episode 21 Expenses fraud? What expenses fraud?

The BOFH mobile comms quiz
Episode 22 How sad is your workplace?

BOFH makes a hardware call
Episode 23 Bloody maintenance companies

Health, Safety and... BOFH
Episode 24 Who put that extinguisher there?

Megalomania™ - the board game for BOFHs
Episode 25 Monopolistic behaviour

BOFH and the government contract
Episode 26 The name's Bofh. James Bofh...

BOFH on the pull
Episode 27 Coo er gosh, I luv gurls

Yes, it's the BOFH quiz!
Episode 28 Do you know your Computing Personalities?

BOFH, the Boss and printing p0rn
Episode 29 That's not my credit card. Er... is it?

BOFH's Xmas Xperience
Episode 30 Bonuses, bosses and... BOOZE

The BOFH-father: Part One
Episode 31 Ah may 'im an uffer 'e cudden refoose...

BOFH and the Boss' space problems
Episode 32 Put the tape safe WHERE?

BOFH: The whole shebang

The Compleat BOFH Archives 95-99

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