When Donna is testifying, she has been called as a witness for the State, who is prosecuting her boyfriend. When her boyfriend's lawyer is allowed to cross-examine her, he asks her a leading question. The prosecutor objects, stating that Donna has been asked a leading question, to which the judge replies, "Sustained!" Every legal jurisdiction in the U.S. permits leading questions to be asked of witnesses on cross-examination. In fact, everyone who practices law knows that you are supposed to ask nothing but leading questions during cross-examination. The objection clearly should have been overruled.
Also, in this same scene but earlier, when Donna states an opinion that the judge strikes after the prosecutor's objection, a boom mic drops into the frame between the lawyer and Donna at the top of the screen.
When Kelly picks Erin up out of the tub and hands her to Colin, you can clearly see the little girl's eyes open and her hands moving around, including when Colin lays her on the ground and her hand moves from her mouth to her chest.
This is Jamie Walters' last appearance as a regular cast member. Walters feared that Ray's abusive behavior was negatively affecting his music career, as fans reportedly interrupted concerts to berate him for "pushing Donna down the stairs."
Megan Lee Bradley plays Erin in this episode only.