If you listen very carefully to the opening theme song, you could hear that Brooke Elliott (Jane) was recording a new part for the new guardian angel "Luke", and that it was implented there (it's not a part of the original recording).
After Fred gets his commercial offer, he attempts to relax his vocal chords by having lemon and honey along with only whispering. He claimed he read all this in the book Stacy got him. Sadly, this is a continuity error because in reality, he is doing more harm than good by whispering. Whispering strains the vocal chords.
One of the two cases in this episode is about two teenage girls who are suing their high school for not allowing them to attend prom together as a couple.
Ironically, the episode features two openly gay actresses guest-starring as judges: Married... with Children's Amanda Bearse and comedienne Wanda Skyes of The New Adventures of Old Christine.
One of the episode's subplots deals with Lina, a model who's contract was broken after it was revealed that she had breast cancer. October, the month in which this episode aired, is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This episode is a hit at Abecrombie and Fitch's unauthorized regulations to sell small sizes and only hire 'cool, good looking people.' That store was sued and is still sued in the current news. Jane's case against PDQ is all about a store not carrying the larger sizes and telling women how they should look. The story is completely parallel to what happened in Drop Dead Diva.
Goof: According to Deb's obituary in the episode "Do Over", Deb was 23--not 24--when she died.
Jane had a dog named Bones.
According to the database at the "pearly gates" Deb goes to after she dies, Deb was born on December 20, 1986 in Encino, CA. She had one younger sister and a family dog named Bones.