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Sightings: Turning up in the courtroom gallery to watch Perry pull a rabbit out of this hat are Quiet Old Man #1 and our “Miss Carmody.” More about them here. Submitted by gracenote, 6/15/2011.

Continuity Error: Note the lighting when the lamp is turned on in the first scene. The lighting in the blackmail photo (supposed taken at that moment) is completely different. Submitted by cgraul, 1/25/2012.

Weren't the blackmail photos taken before Warren turned on the lamp? ("The infrared bulb must have been out of sync with the shutter" for 1 of the 3 photos.) That's when his and Laura's embrace matches the photo that we see. Still, a remarkably good photo considering the circumstances. Submitted by (lowercase, with a comma and period) masonite, 10/29/13.

Although the titles of the episodes are usually centered, in this episode "Positive" is aligned to the left while "Negative" is aligned to the right. Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 6/27/12.

The widely seen character actor Dabbs Greer made his last of 8 appearances on Perry Mason as Bill Cotton. Submitted by Perry Baby 2/4/14
+ Simon Scott, born Daniel Scott Simon, made the last of his 5 Perry appearances in this episode. Mike Bedard 3.14.15.
++"Baerly Present." This is also the last of Parley Baer's six appearances on the show. In each and every one of those appearances, he played neither defendant nor victim nor murderer, but rather "innocent" suspect. Submitted by BobH, 2 October 2017.