Episode - 3F11\\
First Aired - 2/4/1996

After Grampa breaks the TV, the Simpsons dump him at the home and head off to Ogdenville's Outlet Mall to buy a new one (that looks just like the old one, because StatusQuoIsGod). While there, Marge finds a fancy Chanel suit and begins wearing it around the house and around town so she can feel like she's a rich housewife -- and an old friend from high school sets out to make Marge's wish of being high-class come true by inviting her to a country club.

!! Tropes:
* AllGirlsLikePonies: Lisa is at first critical of the country club, but then she sees the horses and all objections fade away.
* AlphaBitch: Susan, who hurls snobbish insults at Marge the whole episode. Subverted at the end, when Marge doesn't show up for her own initiation:
--> '''Susan''': I hope she didn't take my attempt to destroy her too seriously.
* BizarreAndImprobableGolfGame: Burns at first appears to be a great player despite his age, with every shot landing in the green. [[spoiler:It is then revealed that Smithers had been secretly putting the balls there.]]
* InsaneTrollLogic: "What's the point of going out? We're just gonna wind up back here anyway."
* MockMillionaire: Marge never intended to pass herself off as rich with the Chanel dress, she just wanted to treat herself to a nice dress and feel like she was one of the upper crust. But once she got into the country club, she felt forced to keep up with the charade.
* OfficeGolf: Homer practices his shots in the mens room at the plant.
* TriviallyObvious: "Homer, I like your in-your-face humanity. I like the way Lisa speaks her mind. I like Bart's ... I like Bart."
** And that was enough for Bart.
* WordOfGod and WritingAroundTrademarks: On the audio DVD commentary, Marge was allowed to say that she had a Chanel dress (both the discounted suit and the second one she bought when the first one was ruined), but they couldn't show the actual name (which is why Marge's fingers covered the label and a [[SceneryCensor tree covered the Chanel storefront]]).