After Thanksgiving dinner, Bart and Lisa gives Marge and Homer their present list, asking for a smart tv, that costs $2.400, but when a Black Friday offer is show in tv at Sprawl-Mart, so Marge and Homer make plans for it.
Marge gets to Sprawl Mart, getting ready for the sale, and Homer fails to relieve her of the duty of standing in line by getting hit in the head by the door after getting stuck in it, felling unconscious. When the store opens, instead of grabbing the tv, Marge helps Gil Gunderson get his Futon Friends toy for the daughter, while losing the chance to grab the tv, and then Gil sells it for $100 to Reverend Lovejoy. Homer arrives to grab her, half-destroying their car.
Marge is heavilly stressed about preparing Christmas, so Homer and the kids prepare a vacation for the family at the Kissimmee St. Nick Theme Park and Resort, but to take her there they had to sedate her. They arrived at the Resort, but its a completely ruined one.
The theme park is even weirder, but they all try and show Marge they're having some fun out of it, but in the morning Bart and Lisa go and complain to Jeanie, the manager of the place. Complaining about the fake appearance on the website, she explains that they can't compete with the big ones, like Disney's new Family Guy World, and fends them off.
Back at the park, they go to the horrifying Tunnel of Love, the Gator Peeting Zoo and in the end at the Hall of Vice Presidents, where they all express their true feelings on the place. To get their money back and go home, Bart took the heads of the vice presidents and left them under the cover of Jeanie's bed, scaring her and they left.
After finishing the fuel, they go on foot to town and discover Moe has been holding a dinner for the old and needy at his tavern and they join the dinner at the tavern, with Grampa too. At the end Jeanie refunded them, and with the $2.400 she added, they bought the smart tv they wanted and, on it, they watch a burning fire place on it, in HD.