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- The episode's title is reference to Homer's to the detective story theme "Whodunit", and a portmanteau of "Whodunit" and Homer's "Woo Hoo!" catchphrase.
- Dateline: Springfield is a parody of the television newsmagazine/reality legal show Dateline NBC.
- Marge is stated to Olive Oyl looks, with a picture of image of her from the Popeye comics.
- The gambling machines are based the American legal and political drama television series The Good Wife and the 2018 American action-crime film Sicario: Day of the Soldado.
- The list of suspects in the theft include:
- Keyser Söze from the mystery thriller film The Usual Suspects.
- Sideshow Bob.
- Thanos from Marvel.
- Donald Trump, Jr.
- Marge Simpson.
- Homer Simpson.
- Professor Frink is said to be a finalist on "America's Got Hoyvin", a reference to the American talent show competition America's Got Talent.
- Disco Stu calls Homer voicemail a "Slurpin' Safari", a reference to the debut album by American rock band the Beach Boys.
- Willie list of fads include: yo-yos, pogs, Pokémon, crunking and the short stories of John Cheever.
- The scene in the science lab with the bullies and Bart is a parody of the neo-Western crime drama television series Breaking Bad.
- During this scene, "On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)" by The Peddlers plays.
- King Toot sings the tune of "Blue Rondo à la Turk" by Dave Brubeck.
- Lisa plays "Night Lights" by Gerry Mulligan on the saxophone.
- Lisa mentions that Marge is reading her Harry Potter book four. The narrator then mentions that Cedric Diggory dies.
- Homer mentions that all the biggest stars are from true crime documentaries, then mentions The Jinx, Making a Murdererand Matt Lauer on Today Show.
- Lisa mentioned the Independent Spirit Awards.
- The credits for Dateline: Springfield say that Moe was designed by Guillermo del Toro.
- Homer mentions the documentary film about André the Giant.
- The person playing Homer in the Moe recreation is the same person who played him in the movie shown in "Bart's Not Dead".
- The Dateline: Springfield narrator's car license plate says "NAR8R", which when sounded out, sounds like "Narrator".
- One of the pre-release images for this episode have Marge appearing on living room along with Bart. But in the final version, only Marge appears and Bart is not present.
- This is the final episode to have Jackie Mason guest star on the Simpsons as Rabbi Krustofsky.
- Allison Taylor's name in the yearbook was misspelled as "Alison".
- Helen Lovejoy accuses Marge of stealing money to fund her gambling problem, which occurred in "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling).
- Disco Stu is seen with pictures of Selma in his house, which references their in "There's Something About Marrying".