The Clampetts leave Beverly Hills for England to check out their new castle. They stop first in San Francisco, where Jethro, using all of his learning from his sixth grade education, points out all of the London landmarks. (He thinks the Golden Gate Bridge is London Bridge.) On the flight over Jethro gets into trouble, since he is the self appointed Royal Taster, he insists on sampling the airline's food before it's served. Once they land in England they drive around London (where everybody is driving on the wrong side of the road, much to Granny's consternation), before splitting up; Jethro to go see the Queen, while Granny heads to a chemist's shop to replace her medical supplies (impounded by Customs). Naturally the chemist doesn't understand what Granny wants and begins to quote Shakespeare's Sonnets, which makes Granny swoon. When Jethro and Elly May return they all head off for their castle. Written by
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The English are somewhat famous for the way they pronounce certain words and names. That is why the character named "Cholmondeley" is pronounced as "Chumley". See more