The title is a play on the popular email provider AOL's log-on greeting, "You've got mail" and the 1998 film of the same name. Also, The Thundermans had a title with this pun. Their episode was called "You've Got Fail".
Ruth Righi stated that she cannot wait for fans to see this episode, and according to her, her character Sydney takes a stand for women's rights and finds her passion.
The most challenging Season 1 scene that Jackson Dollinger said he had to do was when he had to run back and forth to try to impress both the Dog Boys and a skater girl simultaneously. He was most likely referring to this episode.
It's implied that Max and Brittany never talked again about the events of finding out Max lied to her.
It's also implied "The Dog Boys" also held a grudge against Max.
This is a special episode about women's rights.
The scene with Sydney and Max eating cake was used for the theme song just before Ruth Righi's credit, and stayed ever since.
Likewise, the scene before with Sydney finishing her bass line was used for Seasons 1 and 2.
Moral: Everyone should be included, no matter the gender.