1. We discovered from the previous episode that the house faces the ocean and that the French doors in Chris' living room are at the front of the house. From the inside shots we can see what appears to be an open balcony with bamboo blinds, and we get a good view of both (from the inside looking out) for the first time in this episode. However, in the outdoor daylight exterior shots we see that the front of the house is enclosed by glass windows, some of which are opened as plants can be seen dangling out of them as they sit on the ledge.
In the scene where Anson and Chris are talking in Chris' living room, we see the bamboo blinds hanging on the outside (exterior side) of the ledge, with the plants on
the balcony visible from the inside. In the nighttime scene before Ordell calls Chris from jail, we get our first
nighttime view of the front of the house. There is a reflection of light in the front window from the neighboring
house (far right of screen,) while the blinds – those that are completely closed, that is – appear to hang on the inside of the balcony ledge (as opposed to the outside from the earlier scene.) This would indicate that the interior set for the house does not have a glass-enclosed balcony, while the real house used for the exterior shots in White Rock, does.
2 Not sure if this is an actual goof, or not, but I thought it was worth noting. In the first performance scene with Stevie Nicks at Bimbo's, Chris is using Ordell's dental floss guitar strap on his white Gibson electric. In the scene with Stevie rehearsing "It's Late" in Chris' house, Ordell's guitar strap is now on one of his Gibson acoustic guitars...
3. Again, unsure if this is an actual goof or not, but Chris apparently has a spare bedroom in his house, yet he makes up the sofa for Ordell to sleep on after Chris bails
him out of jail. Perhaps his spare bedroom is used for storage, but this one struck me a little odd.