When Mary goes downstairs to get Lucy a drink, the bottom of the back of her shirt is folded up, but when she walks in Ruthie's room, it is pulled down.
Nitpick: How does Matt know how to play the organ? It's doubtful he has had lessons.
Ruthie: Maybe I should ask Sarah if she wants to cut my bangs. Then we can have bad hair together.
Annie: No. Just don't touch Sarah's hair.
Matt: (alone in the church) Welcome everyone! Welcome to the church of Matt!
Eric: (to the other jurors) I'm asking you to rise above that. The evidence shows that the defendant is guilty.
Ruthie: We've gotten ourselves in trouble a few times this year, and now everything we do looks bad and we get punished for nothing.
Annie: (to Lucy after Simon leaves room) Aww, come here baby!
Annie: (to Mary and Lucy) The answer is still no!
Mary: What if we just walk around the Promenade I mean it doesn't cost anything to stalk Lucy's old boyfriend. (Lucy slaps Mary in the arm)
Annie: Which old boyfriend?
Lucy: (to Mary) (moaning in pain) Who cares it hurts!
Mary: Oh, I didn't mean to (Annie runs to Lucy)...Mom she hit me first.
Annie: (to Lucy) Well, which is it?
Lucy: (to Annie, bashfully) Andrew Nayloss (Annie smiles) I was just hoping to run into him and Mary was just hoping to run into Robbie! (Mary accidentally slaps Lucy in the eye)
Tom Virtue also stars in the Disney Channel series, Even Stevens, playing Steve Stevens.
In Germany this episode is known as, Right & Justice, translated.
Shana (Maureen Flannigan) does not appear in this episode.
John Hamilton (Chaz Lamar Shepherd) does not appear in this episode.
TV Guide says, " This thought-provoking episode flips on the 1957 film classic "12 Angry Men" when Eric is the lone juror to vote to convict a murder defendant."
The title, "Twelve Angry People", is a reference to the book, "Twelve Angry Men", and the jury duty plot with Eric that is similar to the book.