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However, a reference in the episode to the computer animated re-enactments of news stories done by the Taiwan-based Next Media Animation has been particularly praised.

"The Falcon and the D'ohman" features a reference to the previous episode of the series, the twenty-second season finale "The Ned-Liest Catch" that aired on May 22, 2011.

Homer allows Wayne to stay in Bart's treehouse because Wayne can no longer afford his apartment.

One night, Wayne speaks loudly about a past mission in his sleep, causing the couples in the nearby houses to lose sleep.

According to Chris Ledesma, music editor on The Simpsons, the staff was "very fortunate to have obtained the original master tracks from The Police without vocals. When we need to do our own lyrics to an established hit song, [composer Alf Clausen] usually arranges and records a 'sound-alike' that tries to capture all the spirit and nuance of the original so that the audience immediately identifies the track, but allows us to add our own vocals." The episode also made frequent use of the sequence "Dance of the Knights" from the ballet Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev.

The sequence had to be licensed, as it was under copyright in most parts of the world.

At the DMV, he has a flashback to the time he was a prisoner in North Korea and was forced to write a ridiculous musical play paying tribute to Kim Jong-il.

During the closing credits of the episode, Ned and Edna thank the fans for voting for their relationship to continue.

Thus, the Ukrainian gangster and his henchmen kidnap and torture Homer as bait to lure Wayne.

Wayne tracks Homer down through tracking devices he unknowingly ate, frees him and kills all of the Ukrainian gangsters, including Viktor.

"The Falcon and the D'ohman" features several references to popular culture.

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