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BOFH plays Pass the Password
Episode 1
Resolution time

BOFH: It's a funny old world isn't it?
Episode 2
Adventure time!

BOFH: The mystery of the vandalised office
Episode 3
Sherlockian

BOFH: Immortalised in print
Episode 4
A little white lie never hurt anyone...

The Bastard guide to work from work
Episode 5
Like working from home, but different

BOFH: The craptop
Episode 6
A geek's gotta do what a geek's gotta do

BOFH: The Brotherhood
Episode 7
Vendor benders and lost weekends

BOFH: The takeover
Episode 8
Who's your Daddy?

BOFH: The wild smut chase
Episode 9
Ensuring data safety

BOFH: The new geek on the block
Episode 10
Defending the sanctity of the computer room

BOFH: The PFY punts for smut
Episode 11
Isn't that the only purpose of podcasts?

BOFH: What do you mean the system's being audited?
Episode 12
Thrown to the wolves

BOFH: Geeks on heat
Episode 13
All's fair in love and war

BOFH: Fishbowl this
Episode 14
Glug glug glug

BOFH: Somebody know this body?
Episode 15
Accident or murder?

BOFH: OutBOFHd
Episode 16
He's good, he's bloody good

BOFH: The revenge
Episode 17
It's amazing what people will fall for

BOFH: Lost licences
Episode 18
Now, if we all just work together...

BOFH: PFY spreads his wings
Episode 19
And promptly has them clipped

BOFH: PFY rescue mission
Episode 20
Back in the saddle

BOFH: Talking to tradesmen
Episode 21
Sometimes it's wisest to pay up and shut up

BOFH: Printer cartridge? What printer cartridge?
Episode 22
Framed

BOFH: Computer room deluge
Episode 23
If you mix water and wires...

BOFH: A question of urgency
Episode 24
Coffee's pretty important, ya know...

BOFH: Operation bean the beancounter
Episode 25
Pre-emptive strike

BOFH: Moving faster than blame
Episode 26
It's got to be somebody's fault

BOFH: Dodging the auditors
Episode 27
The PFY has a lucky escape

BOFH: Damsels in distress
Episode 28
Why yes, I can help

BOFH: New toys
Episode 29
And how to keep them

BOFH: Chilling the bearings
Episode 30
Freezers have other uses, too

BOFH: Building changes
Episode 31
Gotta watch those professionals...

BOFH: In search of the lazy atom
Episode 32
It's more scientific than car key gnomes

BOFH: You think you know a guy...
Episode 33
But...he seemed so normal!

BOFH: Skip diplomacy
Episode 34
Friendship through mutual embarrassment

BOFH: A tragic accident
Episode 35
Workplace safety just ain't what it used to be

BOFH: The bastard wants to know
Episode 35½ Are you faking it?

BOFH: A foray into HR
Episode 36
It takes six pints to really know a guy

BOFH: Budget cuts
Episode 37
But how will we buy beer?

BOFH: Workplace accidents = 0
Episode 38
It's been 10 days since... uh oh...

BOFH: Spreading the festive cheer
Episode 39
On the first day of Christmas, BOFH gave to me...

BOFH: Friday madness
Episode 40
There's only one way to get you through the afternoon

BOFH: Xmas party: Get a wriggle on
Episode 41
When the chips are waiting...

BOFH: Balancing the budget...
Episode 42
With an end-of-year purchasing frenzy

BOFH: The trivia quiz
Episode 43
Test your skill. Place your bets!

BOFH: Beancounter bashing
Episode 44
And the PFY gets his bonus revenge

Previously...

BOFH 2006: Complete and utter detox
Talkin' bout a resolution

BOFH 2005: All you can eat
36 courses of meaty goodness

BOFH 2004: The whole shooting match
That fun-filled year in full

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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