Factual error: When we see Dan's computer while he's running the trace there are 4 results shown, but they're all the same: 256.256.256.256, an impossible IP address.
Factual error: The record producer is holding a pistol model 1911 or 1911A1 which is a .45 caliber handgun with a standard magazine capacity of 7 +1 rounds, the +1 being loaded in the chamber, however newer magazines hold 8 +1. Therefore, this handgun can hold a maximum of 9 rounds, however the producer fires 10 shots before Lucifer grabs him. Newer 1911 style pistols are now produced in 9mm which have a greater capacity but the pistol held by the producer was a standard 45 ACP judging by the metal and finish. (00:37:38 - 00:39:18)
Mr. and Mrs. Mazikeen Smith - S3-E3
Factual error: The therapist says to stop the bleeding, Maze will have to remove the bullet and stitch him up. Gunshot wounds are complicated. To remove the bullet one must first perform an X-ray to see where it is, and after the surgery is completed, especially for a gutshot, surgical drains need to be installed till the wound heals. It's a hollow space that will fill up with bile and nastiness and drains are needed to collect the fluid, or else it will just get infected. If only it were that simple. (00:26:30 - 00:27:00)
Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil. - S1-E2
Factual error: The apple scene (as it often happens with Amenadiel's scenes) does not make much sense: ignoring the fact that the liquid in the glass suffers no slowdown (we can assume that being in Lucifer's hand somehow protects it), the apple is already on its descending arc when the two are talking by the piano, but is still up there well after a minute. By the speed it moves, it should already have fallen. Also, why would it drop vertically and not continue its trajectory? (00:13:50 - 00:15:50)
Answer: At least as far as clothing goes, I was in regular clothes when my wife gave birth, only changing into scrubs when they thought we'd have to move to an operating room (but ended up not needing to), otherwise I'd just have stayed in them. The room was also pretty much a regular hospital room, but no doubt there were some birth-specific differences I wasn't aware of!