Location: Most of the exteriors at the lake were shot at Malibou Lake just north of Malibu and south of Agoura. It remains much as it was in 1964. The small white bridge is still there. Added by Eric Cooper, 6/22/2009. Read more about this lake at The Lakes.

Alas, Tragg is only in the credits again. Submitted by gracenote, 3/2/2011.

Character Names: It is revealed that B.K.’s first name is Bruce. Submitted by gracenote, 3/2/2011.

Uncredited Actors: As he has many times before, Don Anderson plays a uniformed cop. This time, he collars the defendant. Submitted by gracenote, 8/9/2011.

Dee Hartford plays a sexy but scheming attorney is this, her first of three episodes. She also played "Miss Iceland" in 2 episodes of Batman, wore a silver miniskirt, boots, and android makeup as Verda in 3 episodes of Lost In Space, and played Helen Of Troy in an episode of Time Tunnel. In the summary at the end of this episode, the cast raves about her sex appeal, causing Perry and Della to quote Proverbs 1:10: "My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not." Submitted by DyNama, 11/15/2013
+ Ms Hartford only appeared as Verda (with several other technical names) in two episodes of Lost in Space: #36 "The Android Machine" and # 53 "Revolt of the Androids". In her third appearance #80 "Space Beauty" she was a different character called Nancy Pi Squared. Added by H. Mason 3/11/15

CARS. (1) Perry's white 1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible, top down (15:02) & top up (27:47 on mountain road, overhead shot).

The '64 Dodge 330 was a trim level below the Polara. Added by Gary Woloski, 8/20/14.

Richard Anderson made 26 Perry appearances from 1964-66: 1 Accosted Accountant/1 state senate candidate/24 Lt. Drumm vs. Wesley Lau's 82 from 1961-65: 1 Impatient Partner/81 Lt. Anderson [IMDb]. Mike Bedard 3.11.15.
+ Richard Anderson died 31Aug2017, aged 91. jfh25Dec2017.

Sightings: The views of the courtroom gallery are rather blurry in this episode, but we can discern Pencil Mustache Man and Quiet Old Man #1 on the prosecutor’s side. Submitted by gracenote, 3/2/2011.
+In court, Distinguished Gentleman #1 watches from the back right side and Little Old Lady #1 from the back left side. Submitted by BigBill767, 6/18/2016.
+ Miss Carmody is at left in the courtroom gallery as well, quite blurry, but recognizable by the shape of her jawline, hair, hat, and neck, as always.

Guest Speakers: Leslie Ross mentioned she heard Perry Lecture while in a class at the University of San Fernando Valley. Judge Redmond told his secretary he could attend a law symposium at that school in episode 181 TCOT Witless Witness. Submitted by H. Mason 3/11/15

Goofs: At 41:30 on the DVD, Vera Hillman watches herself testify. Submitted by BigBill767, 6/18/2016.

This is the second of two PM appearances for Gail Kobe. In her first appearance, TCOT Lonely Heiress in 1958, she played Margo, Drake's secretary...MikeM. 12/29/2016

This is the first of two PM appearances for Lynn Bari, who was second in popularity to Betty Grable as a pin-up model during World War II...MikeM. 4/6/2017

This is the second of three PM appearances for Jean Engstrom. Her daughter, Jena Engstrom, made one PM appearance...MikeM. 4/26/2018

The Amazing 2D Bookshelf: The second scene, in the drawing room of the Lewis’ house, utilizes flats on the back wall that are supposed to be bookshelves full of books. They are obviously not real, and used earlier in this same season in one of the out-of-town courtrooms. (A viewer savvier than myself would be able to say which episode.) St. James 323, 9/13/21.