The Susie

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The Susie (season 8, episode 15)

written by David Mandel, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: February 13, 1997

Elaine’s co-worker calls her Susie by mistake but Elaine pretends to be Susie to protect her reputation. Kramer sets his watch an hour ahead. George avoids his girlfriend because he suspects she’s about to break up with him and he wants her to help him make a great entrance at the Yankee Ball. Kramer places bets on Jerry’s behalf with Mike Moffitt, who thinks Jerry is a murderer.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv is not featured in this episode.

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry accidentally breaks Mike Moffatt’s thumbs outside the building, and agrees to let Mike fix his car in exchange for clearing his bookie tab, which Kramer started on Jerry’s behalf. George reveals his plan to avoid Allison until the ball…but has to deal with Kramer, something of a “surrogate” girlfriend.

Monk’s Café
George reveals his plan to have his date, Allison, “twirl” at the Yankees ball, so he can finally make a great entrance.

JAPAN (map)
When George asks the gang how much he could theoretically make as a gigolo, Elaine asks whether in America or Japan, as the Japanese are more enlightened, and “can see beyond the physical.”

J. Peterman
Elaine gets into trouble with Peggy, who constantly assumes she is named Susie. Elaine, Peggy, Mr. Peterman and “Susie” end up getting into a major dispute, with only one resolution for Elaine: get “rid” of Susie.

Staten Island, NEW YORK (map)
When Jerry says Elaine could pass for a Sharon, rather than a Susie: “What am I? A bulimic, chain-smoking stenographer from Staten Island?”

Tavern On The Green (NOW CLOSED)
67 Central Park W., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (B,C)
The Yankees hold a ball there, where George struggles to get Allison to come…and ends up inadvertently using Kramer to make a great entrance, by twirling him.

George’s Apartment
Allison tries dumping George, who tries delaying the break-up until the ball. George uses his infamous Greatest American Hero “Believe It Or Not” answering machine voicemail to avoid her.

Costanza House
George ends up sleeping here when ditching Allison at his apartment.

Pomodoro
229 Columbus Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (B,C)
George ditches Allison for lunch here, since “everybody breaks up at Pomodoro.” Kramer later dumps George here on Allison’s behalf.

Madison Square Garden
4 Pennsylvania Pl., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 34th Street – Penn Station (1,2,3)
George’s girlfriend Allison gets Kramer Knicks tickets through her job against the Pacers, but Kramer gets kicked out (along with Spike Lee and Reggie Miller) for running onto the court and throwing a hot dog at Miller.

strip club
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer mentions that he, Reggie Miller and Spike Lee visited a strip club together, after being thrown out of the Knicks game.

OTB Off-Track Betting
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer encourages Jerry to ride their gambling high by betting on horses, but believes that they are closed, as his watch is set to run an hour ahead of standard time.

Allison’s apartment
305 W. 18th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 14th Street (A,C,E)
Kramer tries getting Knicks tickets against the Rockets (“that Hakeem Olajuwon, he’s got a real attitude!”) from Allison, but ends up acting as a middleman between her and George, even taking George back on her behalf.

funeral home (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Elaine is forced to make an awkward eulogy for Susie at her “memorial” service, where Mike Moffatt reveals Jerry and Elaine as her “killers,” and both Peterman and Jerry both admit to torrid love affairs with the dearly departed.

The Yada Yada

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The Yada Yada (season 8, episode 19)

written by Peter Mehlman and Jill Franklyn, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: April 24, 1997

George’s girlfriend uses the phrase “yada yada” instead of completing her sentences. Dr. Tim Whatley infuriates Jerry when he converts to Judaism for the jokes. Kramer and Mickey go on a double date. Elaine botches the chances of her friends adopting a baby. Debra Messing, Robert Wagner and Jill St. John guest star.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv is not featured in this episode.

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry reveals his suspicion regarding Whatley’s conversion, causing Kramer to chide Jerry for being a “rabid anti-dentite.” Kramer and Mickey fight over who to date when they pick up two women, and Mickey eventually proposes to one, just as Beth Lookner announces her second divorce, due to Elaine getting their adoption rejected.

Monk’s Café
Tim Whatley announces to the gang that he’s Jewish, but Jerry is suspicious that he is angling for complete joke immunity. George’s new girlfriend repeatedly says “yada yada,” which he discovers entails a lot of major details. Elaine is berated by Beth Lookner’s new husband for wrecking their chances at adopting.

health club
New York, NEW YORK

The newly-Jewish Tim Whatley jokes that he just came from a “Jewish workout” of sitting in the sauna, sparking Jerry’s suspicion of his true conversion intentions.

Gap (now Banana Republic)
2373 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 86th Street (1)
Kramer mentions how he and Mickey picked up two women at the Gap, without deciding who would date who. The closest Gap to Kramer’s Apartment was at this location.

Bloomingdale’s
1000 Third Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Lexington Avenue – 59th Street (N,Q,R)
Marcy reveals she stole a Piaget watch, and then got a massage and facial on the 5th floor, and skipped out on the bill: “I was on Third Ave., minding my own business, and yada yada yada, I got a free massage and a facial.”

Bruno (now Club A Steakhouse)
240 E. 58th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 59th Street (4,5,6)
Kramer and Mickey take out Karen and Julie on a double-date, and struggle to break off with an individual girl. Kramer and Mickey return for a second date, fighting their way to the table who sits with which woman.

adoption agency
New York, NEW YORK

Elaine wrecks Beth and Arnie’s chance to adopt a baby, implying that Arnie has rage issues and a violent temper.

Manhattan East Dental Plaza
225 E. 64th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Lexington Avenue – 63rd Street (F)
Jerry visits the newly-Jewish Dr. Whatley, who defends his repeated use of Jewish jokes so quickly into his conversion. This is the same location as the “Manhattan East Medical Offices” from “The Fusilli Jerry,” but the building name and address were altered.

POLAND (map)
Jerry believes if Dr. Whatley, now a convert to Judaism, also gets Polish citizenship, “there’ll be no stopping him!” joke-wise.

Seattle, WASHINGTON (map)
Marcy mentions to George how her ex-boyfriend came over before moving to Seattle, and yada yada yada, she’s really tired.

Saint Luke’s Lutheran Church
308 W. 46th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 49th Street (N,Q,R)
Jerry visits with Father Curtis in regards to Tim Whatley’s Jewish jokes, and later goes to Mickey and Karen’s wedding with Beth Lookner…while Elaine is stuck with Brian, the adoption guy.

Karen’s apartment
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer goes to visit Karen, and discovers that both of her parents are little people.

NEW JERSEY (map)
When Kramer rants about how dentists came to America with a dream, Jerry responds that Tim Whatley is from New Jersey.

The Nap

818 - Nap

The Nap (season 8, episode 18)

written by Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: April 10, 1997

Jerry hires a handyman who has trouble making simple decisions to redo his kitchen cabinets. George realizes he can nap under his desk at work and hires Jerry’s carpenter to redesign his under-desk area. Kramer takes up swimming in the East River. Elaine’s boyfriend gives her a mattress to help her bad back.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv is not featured in this episode.

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry hires a contractor, Conrad, to renovate his kitchen cabinets…and he ends up drastically overhauling the entire kitchen, adding in stools and a window to the kitchen counter.

Monk’s Café
George racks his brain on how to nap in his office. Elaine discovers her mattress was custom-designed for her body type, and was not given with sexual intentions.

Yankee Stadium
Tired from watching “The Omen” trilogy, George discovers he can nap under his desk. He has Jerry’s contractor Conrad deck out the desk to make it extra comfy, but the jig is up when Mr. Steinbrenner crashes his office. Jerry calls in a bomb threat to free George, only in exchange for fitted hats for every person in the stadium on Hat Day…and later for advance calls to ticket-holders in the event of a rain delay.

Central Park
New York, NEW YORK
(map)
Elaine goes for “a little stroll” through the park with Hal, and discovers Hal’s back problems.

The Lumbar Yard (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Hal orders a custom-made mattress for Elaine, but in disgust at the gesture, she gives it to Kramer, who “funks” it up with his river stench.

Elaine’s Apartment
Elaine gets a new ergonomic bed from her boyfriend Hal, but wrongfully loans it to a stinky Kramer. Elaine later gets trapped under the mattress trying to get it out of her apartment…resorting to swimming the East River with Kramer to help her back problems.

East River
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer begins swimming in the East, the most heavily-trafficked, overly-contaminated waterway on the Eastern seaboard, to avoid his busy gym, which is now like a “flabby armed spanking machine.” An onlooker notes to his son that “that’s probably just a dead body, son…see, when the mob kills someone, they throw their body in the river.”

Brooklyn, NEW YORK (map)
A bystander looking across the East River points out Brooklyn to his son: “Over there, that’s Brooklyn…that’s where Spike Lee lives!”

Norfolk, VIRGINIA (map)
When arguing about the merits of swimming in the East River, Kramer argues that technically Norfolk has more gross tonnage in their water.

Queensboro Bridge
Queens, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 21st Street – Queensbridge (F)
Jerry tells Elaine that her bed smells due to Kramer swimming the East River between the Queensboro Bridge to the Brooklyn Bridge.

Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: High Street (A,C)
Jerry tells Elaine that her bed smells due to Kramer swimming the East River between the Queensboro Bridge to the Brooklyn Bridge.

The English Patient

817 - English Patient

The English Patient (season 8, episode 17)

written by Steve Koren, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: March 13, 1997

Kramer asks Jerry to bring him some Cubans from Florida so he can start his own cigar business. Elaine shocks everyone when she admits to hating the movie “The English Patient.” Jerry competes with octogenarian Izzy Mandelbaum. George is attracted to a woman because she confused him for her boyfriend. Lloyd Bridges guest stars.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv is not featured in this episode.

Jerry’s Apartment
Kramer asks Jerry to bring back his “Cubans” from Del Boca Vista, which he later discovers are people. Kramer discovers they are in fact, Dominicans, not even Cubans. George tells the gang about the beautiful mystery woman at Monk’s who mistook him for her boyfriend.

Monk’s Café
George is mistaken for a beautiful woman’s boyfriend, and obsesses over finding out how, even though he has won her over. Kramer becomes concerned when his Dominican rollers end up embracing Cuban revolutionary culture. Elaine gets in a fight with a waitress over “The English Patient.”

Del Boca Vista
Jerry visits his parents and helps them move their things back into Del Boca Vista. Jerry gets to meet the Mandelbaum clan, who blame Jerry for thinking he’s better than them (and subsequently putting all of them in the hospital).

Crazy Shirts (NOW CLOSED)
699 Fifth Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 5th Avenue – 53rd Street (E,M)
Kramer reveals he bought a dozen “#1 DAD” t-shirts for Jerry here during a closeout for $1.

Loews Paragon Theater (now AMC Loews 84th Street 6)
2310 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 86th Street (1)
Elaine and Blaine end up seeing “The English Patient,” which Elaine despises. Blaine later leaves Elaine for her “friends” Carol, Gail and Lisa, as he can evidently only associate with those who love the movie.

CUBA (map)
Kramer requests he has some “Cubans” dropped off at Jerry’s parents’ condo; unfortunately, they’re not cigars…”they’re people?!? they’re real people from Cuba?!?” Kramer later tells Earl that “if they were any more Cuban, Castro would have smoked them himself!” Elaine’s flight to Tunisia is later hijacked by the Dominican cigar rollers (due to their explotation by Magic Pan restaurants), and re-routed to Cuba.

Danielle’s apartment
New York, NEW YORK
(map)
Danielle gives George a wide-open invitation to spend the night…but he chooses to return home, in the event that Neil may call him.

George’s Apartment
George rushes home from a free invitation to sleep with a beautiful woman, in the hopes he can be home to receive a call from his doppelganger who has been with said woman already.

Magic Pan (NOW CLOSED)
432 Columbus Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 81st Street – Museum Of Natural History (B,C)
One of the locations of Izzy Mandelbaum’s crepe restaurant chain. Jerry gets Kramer’s Domincans to roll crepes for the business, but they roll them too tight…sending many to the hospital, including Neil (Kramer: “that’s why you gotta get real Cubans!”).

Port Authority Bus Terminal
625 Eighth Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 42nd Street – Port Authority Bus Terminal (A,C,E)
Kramer picks up his “Cubans” from the bus station (after coming up from Del Boca Vista), and discovers they’re really Dominicans.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (map)
Kramer requests he has some “Cubans” dropped off at Jerry’s parents’ condo; unfortunately, they’re not cigars, but rather cigar rollers, who turn out to be Dominican instead of Cuban. According to Kramer, Dominicans don’t have the same “quality, texture, intoxicating aroma” of Cubans; whether he meant people or cigars is unknown.

J. Peterman
Elaine gets taken out of work by Mr. Peterman to see “The English Patient” for a second time, and is fired upon admitting she hates it.

New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center (now New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center)
525 E. 68th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 68th Street – Hunter College (6)
Jerry visits Izzy Mandelbaum, who is visiting his back specialist at the hospital (in room 203), and is later somewhat responsible for his son and father being hospitalized as well.

Earl Haffler’s office
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer’s deal with Earl falls apart when he figures out that his “Cubans” are actually Dominicans just dressed as Cubans.

Guild 50th Street Theatre (NOW CLOSED)
33 W. 50th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 5th Avenue – 53rd Street (E,M)
Mr. Peterman drags Elaine to see “The English Patient” for a second time, and fires her when she starts screaming in the theatre about how much she hates the film.

TUNISIA (map)
Mr. Peterman only agrees to re-hire Elaine if she visits the Tunisian Desert (where “The English Patient” was filmed) for inspiration…and lives in a cave. However, her flight to Tunisia is hijacked and rerouted to Cubans by Kramer’s Dominican cigar/crepe rollers.

Metropolitan Hospital Center
1901 First Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 96th Street (6)
Neil (a.k.a. Mr. Peanut) is checked in here, where he declares himself as “the winner” over George for Danielle’s affection.

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

The Muffin Tops

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The Muffin Tops (season 8, episode 21)

written by Spike Feresten, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: May 8, 1997

Elaine bumps into Mr. Lippman, who steals her idea for selling muffin tops. George pretends to be a tourist to impress a woman. Jerry accidentally shaves his chest and can’t stop. Kramer starts a Peterman reality bus tour. Steinbrenner trades George to Tyler Chicken.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv is not featured in this episode.

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry reveals to Kramer that he shaved his chest, but Kramer warns him against the dangerous of long-term chest shaving. Elaine tells Kramer she published his stories in Peterman’s biography…and thus, Kramer unveils his “Peterman Reality Tour,” and begs Jerry to come along to generate buzz.

Monk’s Café
Jerry discovers that George is wearing the tourist’s clothes, and George reveals to Mary Anne that he wants to “move” to New York. Elaine reveals to Mr. Lippman here, in exchange for a cut of his profits, the secret to ensuring a high quality muffin top: bake the full muffin, then “pop the top, toss the stump.”

Walker St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
George uses his touristy map to track down Walker Street, as he has an American League meeting there.

Francis Lewis High School
58-20 Utopia Pkwy., Fresh Meadows, Queens, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Jamaica – 179th Street (F)
George mentions he has been replaced at his old Yankees post by an intern, Keith, who comes in Mondays after school from Lewis High.

Port Authority Bus Terminal
625 Eighth Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 42nd Street – Port Authority Bus Terminal (A,C,E)
George questions Jerry how he met Alex, asking “where are you meeting these women? When they get off the bus at the Port Authority?”

Waldenbooks (NOW CLOSED)
461 Park Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 59th Street (4,5,6)
Kramer tracks down Mr. Peterman at a signing here, to “do his part” as the “real Peterman” and sign books by his side.

Pundit Publishing (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Elaine sees Mr. Lippman at Waldenbooks, who now works for Pundit Publishing, who published Mr. Peterman’s autobiography “No Placket Required.”

New York Visitor Information Center
1501 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Times Square – 42nd Street (1,2,3)
George meets Mary Anne, who works here, and is convinced George is a tourist from Arkansas, who eventually convinces him to “move” to Manhattan.

Little Rock, ARKANSAS (map)
George pretends he is a visitor from Little Rock to go out with Mary Anne, working for Tyler Chicken and owning a three-legged dog, Willy. He is infamously relieved of duty by the Yankees when “traded” to Tyler Chicken in exchange for all-chicken concessions at Yankee Stadium.

Central Park
New York, NEW YORK
(map)
Jerry and Alex stroll through the park, where Alex divulges on the benefits of hairless animals.

Top Of The Muffin To You! (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Mr. Lippman turns Elaine’s idea for a muffin-top-only retailer to life, and cuts her in for half the profits in exchange for revealing her secret to baking the perfect muffin top.

Producers Club Theater
358 W. 44th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 42nd Street – Port Authority Bus Terminal (A,C,E)
The former home of The Improv, this is where the “Kramer Reality Tour” begins – it originally started at the John Houseman Theater (450 W. 43rd St.), and provided the inspiration for the “Peterman Reality Tour” featured in this episode.

George’s Apartment
George “moves” into his place again to fool Mary Anne, who thinks he’s being ripped off on rent and that the place smells like the last tenant had monkeys.

New York City Department Of Sanitation
125 Worth St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Chambers Street (J)
Elaine comments on her “stump troubles” to Jerry, saying the Sanitation Department will not accept all of her leftover muffin stumps.

Yankee Stadium
Mary Anne inadvertently gets George in trouble by mentioning his “hen supervisor” job to Mr. Steinbrenner. Steinbrenner “trades” George to Tyler Chicken for all-chicken concessions, ending George’s tenure with the Yankees.

Jiffy Dump (NOT REAL)
NEW YORK

Kramer tries to dump his muffin stumps here, but is refused by the same snarky Jiffy Park attendant from “The Wig Master.”

New York City Department Of Consumer Affairs
42 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Broad Street (J,Z)
Kramer yells to the Jiffy Dump attendant that he does plan to bring up his complaint with Consumer Affairs.

P&G Café (NOW CLOSED)
279 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (1,2,3)
George mopes over his job loss, and runs into the tourist whose clothes he has stolen. He is later spotted by Mary Anne in the bathroom, only in his underpants. George mentions to Jerry that the bar is on 43rd St.

Kentucky

Kentucky

STATE OF KENTUCKY

Nickname: The Bluegrass State
Population: 4,425,092 (2015)
Capital: Frankfort

FEATURED EPISODES

Cumberland Gap, KENTUCKY (map)
The Red Dot
Jerry mentions the Cumberland Gap to Dick during his set, in trying to explain smooth trails for alcohol transport via wagon. The Cumberland Gap runs through Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
2939 Terminal Dr., Hebron, KENTUCKY
(map)
The Diplomat’s Club
Cincinnati is one of the airports shown on the flight board during Kramer and Earl’s “competition.”

KENTUCKY (map)
The Bizarro Jerry
Jerry asks Elaine if she “steel-toed his ass back to Kentucky,” in reference to dumping Kevin, “the Bizarro Jerry.”

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
2939 Terminal Dr., Hebron, KENTUCKY
(map)
The Serenity Now
Showing off his anger, Jerry yells at his airline for trying to stop him over in Cincinnati, even getting a first class upgrade due to his outburst. Although the airport serves Cincinnati, it is actually located just over the Ohio state border in Kentucky.

Ohio

Ohio

STATE OF OHIO

Nickname: The Buckeye State
Population: 11,613,423 (2015)
Capital: Columbus

FEATURED EPISODES

Richfield Coliseum (NOW CLOSED)
2923 W. Streetsboro Rd., Richfield, OHIO
(map)
The Heart Attack
When asking Tor to translate Jerry’s half-asleep note, all he comes up with is “Cleveland 117, San Antonio 109.” The Cleveland Cavaliers played here during the 1990-91 NBA season.

Cleveland, OHIO (map)
The Secretary
Mr. Steinbrenner tells George how he used to hitchhike to work when he was a young man in Cleveland, once riding in the back of a bakery truck…”I couldn’t look at a donut for the next two years.”

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
5300 Riverside Dr., Cleveland, OHIO
(map)
The Diplomat’s Club
Cleveland is one of the airports shown on the flight board during Kramer and Earl’s “competition.”

Cleveland, OHIO (map)
The Hot Tub
Jerry remembers once missing a flight to Cleveland because of Elaine’s shoddy alarm clock, out of concern for Jean-Paul.

OHIO (map)
The Bottle Deposit
Kramer and Newman spot Jerry’s car being driven by Tony in Ohio.

Ohio State Route 135, OHIO (map)
The Bottle Deposit
Tony begins going south on the 135, forcing Kramer and Newman away from Saginaw to continue following him. Route 135 runs only 2.8 miles from Lynchburg to Allensburg, Ohio, eventually leading to Interstate 75, running south into Kentucky.

Dayton Civic Center (NOT REAL)
Dayton, OHIO
(map)
The Abstinence
Likely meant to be Dayton Convention Center, 22 E. Fifth St. Katie finds Jerry a gig here:
KATIE: “That’s Ohio, Jerry!”
JERRY: “I’ve heard of Ohio, Katie.”

Bridgestone Firestone
1655 S. Main St., Akron, OHIO
(map)
The Comeback
Reilly takes a job at Firestone, prompting George to fly to Akron just to zing him with the Jerk Store line, after proposing a Snow-Tire Day at Yankee Stadium as an excuse to fly to Firestone.

Akron-Canton Regional Airport
5400 Lauby Rd., North Canton, OHIO
(map)
The Comeback
George is seen flying in to Akron airport to face Reilly at Firestone directly and in person.

India

India

🇮🇳 REPUBLIC OF INDIA

Location: Asia
Languages: Hindi, English
Population: 1,293,057,000 (2016)
Capital: New Delhi

FEATURED EPISODES

West Bengal, INDIA (map)
The Fatigues
Eddie comes up with gruesome copy for Bengalese galoshes (“it’s tough keeping your feet dry, when you’re kicking in a skull!”).

INDIA (map)
The Betrayal
Jerry, Elaine, George and George’s girlfriend Nina head to India for Sue Ellen Mischke’s wedding…until its discovered that Elaine slept with the groom (which George blurts in front of the entire wedding).

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Sahar Rd., Mumbai, INDIA
(map)
The Betrayal
“Notes About Nothing” on the Season 9 DVD set mentions the flight distance from New York City to Mumbai Airport, so its implied this is the airport they flew to and from.

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.

France

France

🇫🇷 FRENCH REPUBLIC

Location: Europe
Languages: French
Population: 66,842,000 (2016)
Capital: Paris

FEATURED EPISODES

FRANCE (map)
The Red Dot
George argues with Jerry, believing that the Statue Of Liberty was brought to New York in one piece on a tugboat from France.

Paris, FRANCE (map)
The Pitch/Ticket
Elaine is seen with Dr. Reston in Paris, where he remembers he may have forgotten to give Crazy Joe Davola his medication.

Paris, FRANCE (map)
The Raincoats
Jerry’s parents are staying with him for 3 days before leaving for Paris with a select charter group; George plans to avoid being Big Brother to a boy named Joey by pretending to go to Paris…but ends up having to accompany the kid to Paris to find his father. George unsuccessfully tries to pawn the kid off to Morty and Helen, before he ends up taking their charter tickets on their “Gateway To Paris” flight, and is shown having lunch in Paris with Joey.

Eiffel Tower
5 ave. Anatole France, Paris, FRANCE
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The Raincoats
George claims to be staying at the apartment complex “Eiffel Towers” to Alec (presumably near the actual Tower in George’s mind).

FRANCE (map)
The Maestro
Jerry proclaims since apparently nothing is available in Tuscany, “maybe I’ll check out France!” to Elaine and Maestro.

Channel Tunnel
Coquelles, FRANCE
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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
Coquelles, FRANCE
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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.

Paris, FRANCE (map)
The Bizarro Jerry
Nikki mentions to her friends that Paris was a “bore,” causing George to bring up Susan and the picture of Gillian.

Eiffel Tower
5 ave. Anatole France, Paris, FRANCE
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The Little Kicks
The tower is clearly seen in Jerry’s bootlegged copy of “Cry, Cry Again”…before Elaine’s little kicks cut off the film.

Universite de Sorbonne
1 Rue Victor Cousin, Paris, FRANCE
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The Van Buren Boys
Ellen mentions to Jerry and his parents that she got her Masters degree at the Sorbonne.

Paris, FRANCE (map)
The Slicer
Elaine mentions how the potato family from across the hall left her alarm on while they went to Paris, leaving it ringing for hours.

FRANCE (map)
The Bookstore
George is forced to buy a book of French impressionist paintings after taking it into a bookstore bathroom, which he finds conducive to- “thank…you…”

Paris, FRANCE (map)
The Finale
Since there can be no compromise amongst the gang, Jerry just proposes they use the NBC jet to go to Paris. Newman later mentions he has a cousin in Paris who can only communicate by blinking, and begs Jerry to allow him to go with so he can visit.

Pont de l’Alma
Paris, FRANCE
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The Finale
The jail guard in Latham mentions that the Good Samaritan Law the gang was arrested on was based on the French law, after Princess Diana’s death where paparazzi just stood around following her fatal auto accident in 1997.