Have you ever thought that a shoe could be the most beautiful thing in the world? If so, you are this episode's niche market!
Join us as we discuss the British comedy film Kinky Boots and try a Dairy Milk Caramel bar!
You've been invited for tea at Downton Abbey, we hope you like scones! In this episode, Dani and Sheldon discuss TV series Downton Abbey and it's recently released movie! Sheldon tries to guess what "Bezzie" means, and they try homemade scones!
Fill your quiver with arrows and come hide out with us in Sherwood forest! This week Dani and Sheldon talk about the many many film and tv versions of Robin Hood! They also try Wine Gums and Sheldon learns what "Robin Hood" is cockney rhyming slang for.
Welcome to QI, where no one has any idea how many moons Earth actually has! This episode, Sheldon and Dani discuss British quiz show QI, try a Milo bar (APPARENTLY it's from South Africa), and Sheldon learns what Blue Peter is.
This week we to take to the streets of Peckham in a three-wheeled van to discuss British sitcom Only Fools and Horses. Dani quizzes Sheldon on some funny-sounding British foods, and they try Bubble and Squeak for the first time!
Dearly beloved, we're gathered here today to celebrate the British comedy film Death at a Funeral, try a Milky Bar, and learn an alternate definition of British slang word "Baps". Hopefully no one had spiked the candy bar with hallucinogens, or Sheldon is going to end up stark naked on the roof!
If your mother was a hamster and your father smelled of elderberries, you may enjoy this episode of The Anglo Files! Dani and Sheldon breakdown the plot and jokes of British classic: Monty Python and the Holy Grail. They also try a Malteaser's Teaser Bar, and discuss which Monty Python actor is their favorite! Now go away or I shall taunt you a second time...
This 4th of July, Dani and Sheldon watch a firework-laden movie about an alien invasion, no not Independence Day, it's British Sci-fi film Attack the Block! They try a Aero Mint bar and Sheldon tries to guess what "Whinging" means! Whether you're American or British or anything else, Happy July 4th!
Armageddon is upon us, so grab your copy of The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch, and hop into your Bentley, we've got a LOT to cover! In this episode, Dani and Sheldon discuss the Knighting of Sir Michael Palin, Good Omens the book, Good Omens the show, and try a Drifter candy bar!
If you enjoyed one of British TV's most engaging murder mysteries, then you may enjoy this episode, where Sheldon and Dani discuss the drama's highly acclaimed first season, try a Bounty bar, and learn what a Bucks Fizz is.
*Contains spoilers for the first season*
You ever drunk Bailey's out of a shoe? In this episode, Sheldon and Dani discuss one of Dani's favorite British shows: The Mighty Boosh. They also try a British snack called Hula Hoops and learn a special way that David Tennant used to eat them. Sheldon also tries to guess what a "Butty" is and FAILS.
Are you ready to bare it all? Listen to this episode to hear Sheldon and Dani discuss 1997 film The Full Monty, try some chocolate Hobnobs, learn what "bants" means, and discuss just how much money each would require to get naked in front of an audience ;)
Brace yourselves, the final season of Game of Thrones is about to land! In this episode, Dani and Sheldon discuss the first 7 seasons, and speculate on what will happen in the 8th! They also try Cadbury Creme (Dragon) eggs, and Sheldon learns what British slang word "Bagsy" means.
If you muck about with those who cannot bleat, you may love this episode in which Sheldon and Dani discuss the Shaun The Sheep show and movie, sample a Walnut Whip, and learn what "the wooden hill to Bedfordshire" means!
In this episode of The Anglo Files, Dani and Sheldon discuss the characters, plot lines, and powers (good and bad) from British supernatural show Misfits! They also sample some actual Pick'N'Mix, and Sheldon tries to guess what "Moggy" is slang for...
Sweetie, darling, in this episode Dani and Sheldon break down what makes Ab Fab so iconic. They try a Double Decker candy bar, learn what a mozzy is, and book into the Betty Ford clinic. If you skip this episode you're a total bitch troll from hell! Love you Sweetie!
Get your wellies on and grab a marmalade sandwich for the road! This week Sheldon and Dani discuss Paddingon Bear, the live action Paddington movies, try a marmalade sandwich and learn what Snollygoster means!
I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes! This Anglo Files Christmas Special focuses on British holiday favorite: Love Actually.
Sheldon and Dani try UK candy called Munchies, and learn what a "Curtain Twitcher" is.
Murder on the Orient Express! Poirot! Miss Marple! In this episode, Dani and Sheldon break down the impressive works of Agatha Christie. They also try a Toffee Crisp candy bar for the first time and learn what a Cranachan is!
In this episode, Sheldon and Dani review the British TV show The Office, compare it to the American version, and try the UK candy known as Randoms. (They had to eat all of the pieces because there are people starving in the world, which I hate.)
In this SPOOKY Spectacular, Sheldon and Dani rave like lunatics about 80's horror film An American Werewolf in London, try a Lion candy bar, and discover the true meaning of Halloween. (Spoiler alert: It's candy)
Damn it John, pour yourself a glass of whiskey and listen to this weeks episode, where Sheldon and Dani talk A Bit of Fry and Laurie and try Rhubarb & Custard candy.
Damn, blast, triple damn with an extra side order of damn!
In this episode, Dani and Sheldon extol the virtues of British sitcom The Vicar of Dibley, ponder the differences between Britain and America's treatment of sex on TV, and try a Cadbury Crunchie bar! No, no, no, no, no, no yes!
In this episode, Sheldon and Dani explore Fawlty Towers and the comedy genius of John Cleese. Sheldon tries a crumpet for the first time and Dani tries not to mention the war. They still don't know what a cheese salad is.