Hilarious in Hindsight: The actor who plays Justin is called Thibaud Vincent. He originally played Thomas in the never-aired pilot episode. In the French version of the anime Ranma ½, Ranma Saotomenote Whose surname, coincidentally, can be read as meaning "Saint Thomas" in Portuguese was renamed Ranma Vincent (ditto for his father, Genma Vincent, even pronounced with a soft g in the dub). Also, Thomas' father is a bald man with glasses. Finally, one of the characters is named Nath, which sounds like "natte", which means "pigtail" in French.
Periphery Demographic: The show proved more popular among the then-15-24 years old that grew up with Ranma ½ than with its actual intended target audience of 11-14 years old.
Spiritual Adaptation: Though the series as a whole is really too different to compare with, some episodes (especially those written by the Boda-Mars duo mentioned on the main page) are basically Westernized, heavily mundanized live-action Ranma ½ episodes (or at least the closest thing we have).
The show can also be thought of as being the French counterpart to Gacha GachaSecret (minus all the fanservice and with more varied storylines), as they both feature a prominent Gender-Bender Friendship subplot and the main character has a best friend in love with their female form.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Aside from the Gender Bender-related issues and the absence of any exploration of the Freak Lab Accident-related subplot, the show remains quite cisheteronormative for a Western 2000's series. At least LGBT sexuality isn't shown in a bad light like in some other Gender Bender stories, but it's virtually absent from the show. It was a short series, but still.