| Ziff Mansion
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The Ziff Mansion is Artie Ziff's mansion.
Marge gets irritated when Homer is snoring, causing her to sleep less, so Artie Ziff offers her a $1 million proposal to spend a weekend with him, just to see what life would be like if they were married. Marge initially rejects the offer, but eventually can no longer stand it as Homers condition has advanced to the point that he actually snores while awake. She chooses to spend the weekend so she can get the money for the surgery. They have a good time until Artie tricks Marge into making out with him against her will in a fake prom made to mirror the one they attended in "The Way We Was" (with even its original attendants who were paid by Artie to show up). Homer, having just anxiously arrived to check up on them, sees them kissing.
Marge, Bart, and Lisa go with Artie and Carl to West Springfield to save Homer and Lenny. At first, they are reluctant, as Homer still thinks that Marge and Artie are having an affair, and Lenny feels that there is nothing for him in Artie's helicopter. However, Artie finally admits defeat to Homer, saying that winning Marge's love was something that he could never accomplish, even with his billions, and Homer jumps on the ladder to the helicopter. Homer and Marge's marriage is also apparently saved when Artie offers a solution to Homer's snoring problem, a device which converts snoring to music and anti-Homer subliminal messages (though Artie seems to reveal himself soon after the messages start).
The mansion is later seen when Artie loses his possessions, including the mansion.
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In an alternate reality, where Marge marries Artie Ziff instead of Homer, they live at the Ziff-Bouvier Mansion.
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