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Episode 1 Heatsink moment

BOFH and the pointless questionnaire
Episode 2 It doesn't pay to ask too many questions

BOFH and the cyberchair
Episode 3 Please take your seats

BOFH and the coffee machine
Episode 4 La Bella Machina

BOFH: Interviewing for Helpdesk
Episode 5 Easy when you know how

BOFH: Infesting the secure comms room
Episode 6 Rattus Electronicus

BOFH: We who are about to dial salute you
Episode 7 A grisly end for he who disturbs the pax bofhica

BOFH: Protecting bodily waste in the public domain
Episode 8 Counting the cost of excrement

BOFH: Enforcing the excremental IP
Episode 9 Make cheques payable to BIP PLC

BOFH: Hitting the savegame panic button
Episode 10 Drastic measures in the dungeon of drudgery

BOFH: Taking the fight to the beancounters
Episode 11 Inventorise this!

BOFH: Stuck on the 6.01999th floor
Episode 12 System override

BOFH: The enemy at the gate
Episode 13 Semper vigilo

BOFH: Beware Mad Ron bearing Linux
Episode 14 Bright spark

BOFH: Frying the PFY
Episode 15 Mad Ron the bright spark

BOFH: One double espresso from meltdown
Episode 16 Total Component Fatigue

BOFH: Psst! Wanna buy an encryption device?
Episode 17 Easy money the BOFH way

BOFH: Wearing the graphite polymer wobbly shoe
Episode 18 The morning after the night before

BOFH: Downsizing the human deadwood
Episode 19 Ethical relocation policy

BOFH and the workplace hazards
Episode 20 Bloody lucky we had a health and safety bloke

BOFH peers through the proxy mirror
Episode 21 And finds something illegal, even in Leeds...

BOFH: Addressing the Computer Usage Policy
Episode 22 Shredders at the ready

BOFH gets an RFID he can't refuse
Episode 23 Playing tag in Mission Control

BOFH: Might as well face it, you're addicted to smut
Episode 24 The browser's on, but you're not home...

BOFH: Tripping the mangelfreuzer switch
Episode 25 Crash, bang, wallop

BOFH takes a hit from Cupid's arrow
Episode 26 Shall I compare thee to an OS2-free Intel box?

BOFH: How do you deal with authority?
Episode 27 The Bastard wants to know

BOFH switches to power-saving mode
Episode 28 Lights out

Introducing the BOFH-brand internet café
Episode 29 Or should that be 'Technology Centre'?

Poker-faced BOFH plays jokers wild
Episode 30 Upping the ante

PFY proves self abuse cures male-pattern baldness
Episode 31 Breaking news from the proxy server

BOFH: What to do when the Boss gets touchy-feely
Episode 32 Inappropriate behaviour

BOFH tests the law of redundant supply
Episode 33 P45s at the ready

BOFH: A ringside seat at the Boss-baiting pit
Episode 34 Place your bets

BOFH: Seek, locate and destroy
Episode 35 Black ops

BOFH: How to survive a Boring Geek Alert
Episode 36 Every man for himself

BOFH: When sorry seems to be the hardest word
Episode 37 Sorry? Moi?

BOFH: A little Ray of sunshine
Episode 38 Happy thoughts in the comms room

BOFH: The hostage's guide to lift imprisonment
Episode 39 Stay calm, conserve bodily fluids

BOFH: Et tu, PFY-us?
Episode 40 Infamy, infamy, they've all got it...

BOFH and the serial killer
Episode 41 Silence of the Processors

BOFH gets into the Xmas spirit
Episode 42 Good will to all men. No, really...

Previously...

BOFH 2003: Year Book
Fun for all the family

BOFH 2002: A Reader's Digest
Travelling Companion

2001: A BOFH Odyssey
BOFH Yearbook

BOFH 2K: The kit and caboodle
That was the year that was... in full

The Compleat BOFH Archives 95-99

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