The surf shack was built by the show's construction department and assembled on the beach for the scenes that took place there. During filming there was a full moon, which brought in the tide to form a tidal pool that came right up to the base of the surf shack. It was so close the crew had to dig a drainage ditch (by hand) to keep the water away.
Murphy's bar at the end of the episode where Jim surprises Callie is actually Dicey Riley's in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The beach scenes were filmed at Crandon Beach on Key Biscayne in Miami.
The cars parked in front of lottery winner Brian Taylor's mansion included a Lamborghini Gallardo, a Bentley GT Convertible, and a Ford GT40, all rented from a private owner. Matt Passmore (Jim Longworth) wanted to take one for a spin, but unfortunately neither cast nor crew is allowed to drive picture cars.
The scenes on Islandia were shot on Sandspur Island, known to locals as "Beer Can Island" because it's a popular party spot for local who have boats . Some shots were also taken in Oleta River Park.
The Florida panther that chases Jim and Jennifer up a tree is named Justice. She is one year old and was raised by her trainers since she was a kitten.
The Callie-Elkins courtroom drama was all filmed in an actual courtroom at the Broward County Court House.
Bruce's Wikipedia page was developed by the show's visual effects department, with approval by Wikipedia.
The scene when Jim confronts Bruce in a sauna was filmed at the Parkland Golf and Country Club's Spa & Fitness Center. All the steam was added by the show's special effects department.
The jet hanger was a hanger at the Opa-locka Jetport, where many of the jets shown in the episode belonged to local and visiting celebrities.
The court house was filmed at the City of Miramar's City Hall.
The set decorating department built 500 file boxes for the scene at Connie's house. They taped one file folder to the inside of each to give the appearance they were full.
The bar scene with Carlos and Jim was filmed at the famous Poor House, which is known for its blues and jazz performances. The Native Lager that they drink there is an actual beer brewed and sold in Florida by The Native Brewing Company. For the episode, water was put in the bottles instead of beer.
In this episode Jim tries to teach Jennifer Starke how to putt, but in real life, the actress who plays her, Taylor Cole, is an avid golfer.
The Sovereign Citizens movement was not something made up for this episode. As Colleen Manus pointed out, Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols was a member of the movement. There have been incidents in the U.S. of Sovereign members killing members of law enforcement.
That was a real airplane flying over Jim and Jennifer's heads during the scene at the foreclosed property. Matt and Taylor filmed the part where they are running, but stunt doubles were used for the part where they leap and fall to the ground.
The photos of Jeff as a young boy swimming in Jim's pool were taken from The Glades Season 1 files. The picture of younger Callie with short black hair was taken on set the day before filming, during a "stills shoot."
The patio scene with Carlos and Colleen in their swim suits was fun for the producers, who had fake script pages written where Carlos was wearing a red speedo. They went so far as to have Carlos Gomez do a fitting with one of our executive producers. Needless to say, he was relieved that it was a joke.
The jail courtyard is actually the old Broward County Stockade which was also used for a scene from Season 1 when Jeff visits his dad Ray in prison.
Scenes at the bar Coconuts were filmed at Anglesea Pub in Pompano Beach.