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TV shows are known for fictional depictions of real life—the fact that Gilmore Girls’ mother-and-daughter characters Lorelai and Rory somehow weren’t pre-diabetic is proof that TV shows take liberties with the truth. But when it comes to real estate, some series have a firmer grasp on the IRL market than others.

From coffee house waitresses who have their own bedrooms in New York (nope) to Cal Tech professors who have their own bedrooms in Pasadena (that checks out), this is what it would actually cost to live in TV homes.