The Therapist's Office
Dexter attempts to pretend that he had a normal childhood and life, saying that his marriage with Rita "sort of fell apart", only to be surprised when Harrison states that she was murdered by a serial killer.
What is it actually in real life?
A. A room in a private home.
Q. Where can I find it in real life?
A. In the real world, this scene was shot Inside
the large Colonial home at the Boxborough, Massachusetts farm where they also filmed the
scenes of the veterinarian's barn, and of Dexter releasing sheep from their pen.
Here is a photo of the interior the way it looked in real life:
The set decorators replaced most of the furniture in the room to
make it look more like an office, and less like a residential living room.
And here is a photo of the exterior of the house, next to the veterinarian's barn:
So, the producers got three separate scenes (set in three supposedly different places) from this one farm location.
For more details, see my page about the vet's barn.
Here is a matching Google StreetView:
[ Warning:: this is a private home. Do not trespass
on their property, or disturb the residents. ]
To confirm that, I looked for real estate photos of the property, and found an interior shot (above) of one of the rooms that perfectly matched the room in the office scene. They had replaced most of the furniture, but it was easy to match the unique fireplace, the distinctive white moulding/casing around the doors, the wood floors, etc.
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