Accidental Truth: A small Brick Joke in the movie. Babe/Miss Dawson claimed to be from Winchestertonfieldville Iowa. It was a flat out lie, but Deeds manages to actually find the place. Especially the house she described.
Crying Wolf: Tabloid journalist Babe Bennett pretends to be a Distressed Damsel, getting mugged in order to meet Deeds and dig up dirt on him. Later, when she is really in trouble, he doesn't believe her.
Groin Attack: Does not work on Jan, apparently whatever's down there is not normal.
Heel Realization: Babe has a very emotional one when she realizes she is falling for Deeds, in spite of having lied to him about everything.
Hero with Bad Publicity: When Deeds rescues a woman and her seven cats from a burning building, the TV tabloid show for which Babe works makes it look as if he killed the cats and sexually assaulted the woman.
Offscreen Teleportation: Emilo, almost to supernatural levels. Able to go from standing right next to Chuck Cedar all the way to a balcony several hundred meters away in a matter of seconds without being seen. Mostly, this is just for Rule of Funny.
Rescue Romance: Deeds states that this is how his father met his mother, and this is how he himself meets Babe. Subverted in the latter case, however, as her mugger was a friend of hers putting on an act.
Rich Bitch: Inverted. Deeds may have a multi-million dollar inheritance, but that does not stop him from being so kind to others. See Big Good above.
Rich Suitor, Poor Suitor: Deeds as the rich suitor; Babe's coworker and fake mugger as the poor suitor. Subverted somewhat in that Deeds is the one seen in a better light.
Seamless Spontaneous Lie: Babe's lie about Little Winchestertonfieldville, Iowa turns out to mostly come true, and Deeds is too naive to notice the inconsistencies.