United Kingdom

England

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND

Location: Europe
Languages: English
Population: 65,110,000 (2016)
Capital: London

FEATURED EPISODES

England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Robbery
Kramer mentions to Jerry that he suspects an Englishman down the hall from them to be behind the robbery of Jerry’s apartment.

Scotland, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Phone Message
Jerry challenges Donna to try her Scottish accent, which Donna notes sounds more Irish, to which Jerry replies “Irish, Scottish, what’s the difference lassie?”

London, England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Tape
Jerry and Kramer try to do their best cockney accent, which is the accent of those from London’s east end.

England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Nose Job
Upon meeting Isabel, Jerry claims he’s responsible for the crop circles in England (which Isabel has no idea about).

Scotland, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Limo
Jerry claims that he, as Dylan Murphy, is from Dublin, and that he emigrated to America due to a cereal famine. When his accent is deciphered by Tim as being more Scottish, Jerry claims “they were right on the border” (although Ireland and Scotland are divided by the Irish Sea and the North Channel).

England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Good Samaritan
Kramer claims that a sick, mentally disturbed person like Jerry’s girlfriend Angela should be sent to Australia, as England used to send their disturbed people there when it was a penal colony.

England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Trip
When discussing the “effectiveness” of police siren noises (changing from the “waaa-waaa” to “woo-woo-woo”) with George and the police officers, Jerry brings up sirens used in England, that go “eee-aaa-eee-aaa,” before being cut off due to their irritating behavior.

London, England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Pitch/Ticket
Jerry mentions he got a postcard from Elaine in London, who is traveling through Europe with her psychiatrist Dr. Reston.

England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Soup
Elaine announces she was in England with Mr. Pitt for 5 days, to George’s surprise; she met an Englishman, Simon, who she flies in to New York to stay with her, but ends up being a real “bounder.”

Scotland, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Doorman
Mr. Pitt goes to Scotland while Elaine house-sits for him…and makes Elaine miss a movie with Jerry by making her check his mail.

Channel Tunnel
Folkestone, England, UNITED KINGDOM
(map)
The Pool Guy
Jerry, Elaine and Susan go to see the film “Chunnel,” about the Channel Tunnel that runs between Folkestone, England and Coquelles, France.

Channel Tunnel
Folkestone, England, UNITED KINGDOM
(map)
The Cadillac
Kramer mentions that the film “Chunnel” (based on the Channel Tunnel that runs between Folkestone, England and Coquelles, France) is on his illegal HBO, taunting the cable guy trying to shut it down.

England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Wig Master
Craig runs into his friend Ian on the street (pronounced Een), and offers him his Andover Shop discount.

UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Package
When Kramer tells Newman that Bermuda is under control of the British, Newman incorrectly replies with a blunt “lucky Krauts.”

England, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The English Patient
Danielle tells George that she is taking Neil to a clinic in England to cure his burned face.

Scotland, UNITED KINGDOM (map)
The Blood
George tries convincing Vivian that Elaine is being deported back to Scotland, with Vivian responding that she’s seen Elaine’s passport and knows she’s American.

Windsor Castle
Berkshire, England, UNITED KINGDOM
(map)
The Frogger
Mr. Peterman asks Lubeck whether Entemann’s has a castle at Windsor, but discovers they only have a display case at the end of the aisle.

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