Kansas

Kansas

STATE OF KANSAS

Nickname: The Sunflower State
Population: 2,911,641 (2015)
Capital: Topeka

FEATURED EPISODES

Wichita, KANSAS (map)
The Keys
Jerry asks his date Lisa if she ever acts as if thieves are chasing her for fun, to which she replies “no…I’m from Wichita.”

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New Hampshire

New Hampshire

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

Nickname: The Granite State
Population: 1,330,608 (2015)
Capital: Concord

FEATURED EPISODES

NEW HAMPSHIRE (map)
The Parking Garage
George mentions how Frank would go from state to state looking for air conditioner deals for weeks at a time, and how him and his mother would get random calls from him from hotels in New Hampshire.

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
1 Airport Rd., Manchester, NEW HAMPSHIRE
(map)
The Diplomat’s Club
Manchester is one of the airports shown on the flight board during Kramer and Earl’s “competition.”

Australia

Australia

🇦🇺 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

Location: Oceania
Languages: English
Population: 24,326,300 (2017)
Capital: Canberra

FEATURED EPISODES

AUSTRALIA (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.

Indonesia

Indonesia

🇮🇩 REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

Location: Asia
Languages: Indonesian
Population: 255,461,700 (2015)
Capital: Jakarta

FEATURED EPISODES

Sunda Strait, INDONESIA (map)
The Truth
Jerry gets audited for donating money to a shoddy Krakatoan volcano relief fund, which Kramer forced on Jerry during his first date with Elaine (and he thus only donated to in order to impress Elaine).

Java, INDONESIA (map)
The Truth
Jerry, on his true intentions for donating to the volcano relief fund: “I was thinking only of the poor Krakatoan! Those brave Krakatoans! East of Java, who sacrificed so much for so long!”

INDONESIA (map)
The Outing
Arguing about Elaine’s refusal to take off her coat wherever she goes, George claims “there are tribes in Indonesia where if you keep your coat on in somebody’s house, the families go to war!”

Ireland

Ireland

🇮🇪 REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

Location: Europe
Languages: Irish, English
Population: 4,757,976 (2016)
Capital: Dublin

FEATURED EPISODES

IRELAND (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?”

Dublin, IRELAND (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).

IRELAND (map)
The Reverse Peephole
After George claims he needs everything in his wallet, Jerry discovers Irish pounds in there, to which George proclaims “I might go there!”

Panama

Panama

🇵🇦 REPUBLIC OF PANAMA

Location: North America
Languages: Spanish
Population: 3,929,141 (2015)
Capital: Panama City

FEATURED EPISODES

PANAMA (map)
The Red Dot
Evie the cleaning woman mentions she first discovered cashmere from a wealthy American tourist who treated her like dirt, when she just “wanted…the cashmere.”

The Note

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The Note (season 3, episode 1)

written by Larry David, directed by Tom Cherones
original airdate: September 18, 1991

George worries that his massage from a man may have turned him on. Meanwhile, Jerry small-talks his way into being mistaken for a child abductor and Kramer spots Joe DiMaggio at a donut shop.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry tells Elaine about how to get their massages covered by insurance, and George reveals that during his massage with Raymond, he “think(s) it moved.”

Monk’s Café
The gang spots Joe DiMaggio at Monk’s, dunking his donut in his coffee, proving Kramer’s Dinky Donuts story to be true.

Wilkes-Jennings Physical Therapists (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Jerry drives his masseuse away by implying he is a child abductor, while George struggles with getting a massage from a male masseuse.

PENNSYLVANIA (map)
Jerry inappropriately brings up a story about a child kidnapped in Pennsylvania to his physical therapist, sending her into a panic and essentially banning Jerry from her practice.

SOUTH KOREA (map)
When being massaged by a man, George can only muster a response of “hamstring…Korea…what?…hamstring…hotel” when asked about the cause of his pain.

Dinky Donuts (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer claims to have seen Yankees legend Joe DiMaggio dunking his donut at “tiny, little, filthy, smelly” Dinky Donuts.

Roy’s dental office
New York, NEW YORK

George and Jerry try getting a doctor’s note from Jerry’s friend Roy…and end up getting him investigated for insurance fraud.

The Library

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The Library (season 3, episode 5)

written by Larry Charles, directed by Joshua White
original airdate: October 16, 1991

The Public Library contacts Jerry about a book he took out but never returned back in 1971. He faces the wrath of a cantankerous library cop, Lt. Bookman (Philip Baker Hall). George relives his junior high school gym class.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry is told that he is 20 years overdue on a library book taken out in 1971, and that a library investigator, Lt. Bookman, is being sent to investigate.

Monk’s Café
George tells the gang about Mr. Hayman’s high school antics (including giving George a wedgie and calling him “Can’t-stand-ya”), and Jerry later meets classmate Sherry Becker to discover the truth about what happened to “Tropic Of Cancer.”

New York Public Library Main Branch, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
476 Fifth Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 5th Avenue (7)
The NYPL dispatches their library cop, Lt. Bookman, over to Jerry for not returning “Tropic Of Cancer” in 1971. George also spots his old gym teacher in front of the library, now homeless, and Kramer dates a librarian who works here.

Pendant Publishing
Elaine fears for her job after she is not invited to order lunch, and when Mr. Lippman rejects her manuscript.

John F. Kennedy High School
99 Terrace View Ave., Bronx, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Marble Hill – 225th Street (1)
George tells how he got Mr. Hayman fired after he gave George a wedgie in class, and we also discover Jerry gave George the book in gym class, and George is ultimately responsible for its loss. We originally see George wearing a JFK High shirt in gym, but the show typically implies they are both from Queens, and George even once says in “The Nose Job” that he is from Long Island. There is also a JFK High at 75-40 Parsons Blvd. in Kew Gardens, at 3000 Bellmore Ave. in Bellmore, and 50 Kennedy Dr. in Plainview).

Kramer’s Apartment
Marion the librarian, secretly seeing Kramer, hides out in his apartment after discovering Lt. Bookman is across the hall in Jerry’s apartment.

Erasmus Hall High School
911 Flatbush Ave., Flatbush, Brooklyn, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Church Avenue (B,Q)
George says Mr. Hayman smelled like the locker room “after that win against Erasmus,” to which Jerry reminds George that the game was double overtime.

The Truth

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The Truth (season 3, episode 2)

written by Elaine Pope, directed by David Steinberg
original airdate: September 25, 1991

George employs the truth to break up with a girlfriend. She then throws out all of Jerry’s important tax papers and checks into a mental institution. Kramer sees Elaine naked while dating her roommate.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry turns his apartment upside down, trying to find receipts for his audit, especially when finding out that George has dumped Patrice and she destroyed all his records. Kramer reveals to the gang that he saw Elaine naked in her apartment.

Monk’s Café
George dumps his girlfriend Patrice, taking her request to give her the “truth,” upsetting her to the point of being institutionalized.

Sunda Strait, INDONESIA (map)
Jerry gets audited for donating money to a shoddy Krakatoan volcano relief fund, which Kramer forced on Jerry during his first date with Elaine (and he thus only donated to in order to impress Elaine).

Elaine’s Apartment
Elaine gets fed up with Kramer for constantly being in her apartment with Tina, putting in windshield coffee tables, “red-saucing” her strainer and walking in on her naked, thinking that her bedroom was a closet.

Java, INDONESIA (map)
Jerry, on his true intentions for donating to the volcano relief fund: “I was thinking only of the poor Krakatoan! Those brave Krakatoans! East of Java, who sacrificed so much for so long!”

Woodhaven Clinic (NOT REAL)
Woodhaven, Queens, NEW YORK
(map)
George and Jerry visit Patrice to find out the status of Jerry’s tax papers.

AFRICA (map)
Elaine comes home to find a nearly-nude Kramer dancing to African music, and he invites her to eat some of his African food leftovers, including yambalas and sambusa.

48th St., New York, NEW YORK
Jerry tries tracking down a receipt from a computer store he made in 1987 on 48th St. as part of his audit.

The Stranded

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The Stranded (season 3, episode 10)

written by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld and Matt Goldman, directed by Tom Cherones
original airdate: November 27, 1991

George strands Jerry and Elaine at a Long Island party because his sexy co-worker needs a ride home. The party host (Michael Chiklis) later visits Jerry in the city and has fun with Kramer and a hooker.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

Monk’s Café is not featured in this episode.

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Steve from Long Island comes to visit Jerry on his way out, so Jerry lets him hang out at the apartment. Kramer then comes over, they get drunk and order a “lady of the night,” who Jerry has to pay, and gets arrested for solicitation.

Selwyn’s Drugs (NOT REAL)
1612 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 50th Street (1)
Jerry and George visit to buy anti-flea solution for George’s apartment, and George accuses the cashier of giving him back incorrect change. George later returns, trying to steal “back” the $10 he is owed, but is quickly caught and apprehended. Establishing shots show the Howard Johnson’s restaurant previously at Broadway and West 49th.

Rick Barr Properties (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

George mentions a woman from his office, Ava, will be at the party. As “The Stranded” was filmed before “The Revenge” (but not aired until Season 3), George is still an employee of Rick Barr Properties in this episode.

NEW JERSEY (map)
George picks Jerry’s medicine choice over his, because it is made in White Plains instead of New Jersey.

White Plains, NEW YORK (map)
George picks Jerry’s medicine choice over his, because it is made in White Plains instead of New Jersey.

Steve & Jenny’s house
8173 Riviera Dr., Bellmore, Long Island, NEW YORK
(map)
Jerry and Elaine are stranged by George at a house party until 2 AM. Kramer spends the night going to different houses on Riviera (8713, 8317, 7813, 3718, 1837) until finding Steve’s. There is no “Riviera Drive” in Bellmore, but there is a “Riviera Lane.”

Pendant Publishing
Elaine tells a partygoer that she is working at Pendant, when Jerry intervenes with “Pendant…those bastards!”

Long Island Expressway
Long Island, NEW YORK
(map)
Kramer gets Elaine and Jerry sick by driving back to NYC with his top down in 48 degree weather on the Expressway.

EUROPE (map)
Kramer and Steve howl with laughter as Kramer tells a story about him taking care of a magician’s doves while the magician was away in Europe.