The Munsters (1964–1966)
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Country Club Munsters 

The Munsters win a membership for the fancy Country Club.

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Herman hears in the TV that his family has won a big prize: a membership for the fancy Country Club. The idea sounds great for all the family, and this could be the opportunity for Herman to practice his golfer skills. Nevertheless, the Country Club managers are divided about the idea of allowing a estrange family to enter into the exclusive club. Some of them think that this could serve for increase the popularity of the club. They first organize a visit for Lily and Grandpa. Lily will find the club "depriment charming" and she gets impressed for a fashion exhibition, in fact, she tries to make some modeling. Meanwhile, Grandpa visits the bar and there organizes magic tricks. The managers are checking out and finally kick out Lily and Grandpa from the Club. They arrived home very angry about the club executives, and get worried about the impression that Herman could cause inside the club. However, Herman and Eddie go to the club and begin to play golf. There, Herman despite all his ... Written by Alejandro Frias

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15 April 1965 (USA)  »

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While caddying for Herman it's revealed that Eddie has exceptional vision. He spots a golf ball that's fifteen hundred feet away. See more »

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Lily Munster: This ensemble has a cape made of tufted coffin lining in a lovely shade of cemetery grey. This little number was very inexpensive. The fabric is made of black widows webs, and the underslip, pure unborn centipede.
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A Poke At Country Club 'Snobbery'
9 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hey, folks, country clubs are not really as snotty as TV liked to portray them. I've met a lot of nice people in them over many years. You get the normal amount of idiots as you would in any organization. Nonetheless, TV and classic-era films, loved to show the members as ultra-snobs. Hey, maybe they were back in the "old days."

Here, Herman and family wins a contest and a $5,000 membership to join the Mockingbird Heights Country Club....and you just know this family is NOT going to fit in! To be fair, where would they?

The fun comes in two main areas: a fashion show in which Lily models her strange clothes and the golf course where Herman is just too strong for the course. If you recall the recent baseball episode in which the big lummox demolished the ballpark, you get an idea and what he could do to a nice golf course!

There were lots of good comments in here that made me chuckle, both from the country club members and from the Munster family. Grandpa says he's not interested in joining anymore because, as a Count, there isn't anyone there in his class except for the bartender, "Duke Feinberg." Lily was told to "sleep it off, dearie," after modeling her clothes....but the family can't convince Herman to quit. He has his heart set on playing golf and thinks his family doesn't "give a hoot what I want!"

So, the next day, he and Eddie go out early to the course. He calls himself "Arnie" Munster in tribute to Arnold Palmer. At 5:30 in the morning, he and Eddie are the only ones out on the course. Thankfully, nobody saw what happened....until later, which leads to the conclusion.


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