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Nameless Lake

Nameless Lake (later renamed Canterbridge Estates Lake) is the location of Walter and Patty's (formally Walter's parents') lake house. The lake house is where Patty first sexually betrays Walter by having sex with Richard. It also happens to be the namesake of Walter's band, Walnut Surprise', hit album "Nameless Lake" (as he writes many of the album's songs at the lake).

The lake house is also where Walter learns to love and respect nature.

St. Paul, MN

St. Paul is the town where the Berglund's live during the the time referred to in "Good Neighbors." The town is where both Jessica and Joey grow up and the location of the conflict between Patty and Connie's family. The townsfolk comment that no one in the town expected Walter to do what he reveals during his televised speech.

Hibbing, MN

Hibbing is Walter's hometown. Here, Walter's personality is molded...

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