Southern California locations
At first glance, this looks like either something the studio created, or perhaps
But surprise: it's real!
Oh, the name isn't really "Home Base", but it is indeed a unique
. In real life, it's called "Big League Dreams", and you'll find it.
Here is a Google StreetView of the place.
(The star of the show, Rachel Bloom, was nice enough
Besides the replica baseball fields, it also includes batting cages,
In real life, it appears to be a fast food place, with no bar.
( Of course, by now, they have almost certainly built a replica
If you're unfamiliar with West Covina, you might think it sounds like
And anyone who's watched the show from the beginning can't forget that
Her big "West Covina" song number was performed in an outdoor quad
(That's just south of the 10 Freeway, off Vincent Avenue.)
( Here's a Google StreetView of that quad.)
That musical number actually starts out with her singing on a street in New York.
Of course, it's not really New York.
They shot that scene downtown Los Angeles,
at the corner of Flower & Wilshire.
(In the screencap above, the camera is looking south, as she runs
north up the east side of Flower, near 612 S. Flower Street.)
Here's a Google StreetView of that corner.
It's called "Whitefeather & Associates", and the exterior you see above
It's one of two identical office buildings in that same The Lakes center.
Here is a Google StreetView of those buildings.
They don't show her townhouse very often, but we do glimpse it
Because there's no StreetView available in this gated community,
[ This is a private home. Do not trespass on their property, knock on their door,
Here is a Google StreetView of the
Here is a map showing all of the locations.
You'll note that all of these
locations are actually in West Covina!
I applaud the authenticity - it's a rare thing in Hollywood.
More TV locations!
Most of photos on this page
are stills from the WB show "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"
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