Western Animation / Secret Millionaires Club
Secret Millionaires Club
is an American television series at The Hub. It has 26 webisodes online.
The show is about a multi-ethnic group of clever children who receive mentoring from Real Life
multi-millionaire Warren Buffet. He teaches the children lessons about the business world and about money management.
This show provides examples of:
- Amoral Agent: The Club helps a music star whose opening act is being taken advantage of by his greedy manager.
- An Aesop
- The Bet: Lisa and Radley bet a plate of home-made cookies to whomever can sell more banners. When they tie, they decide whoever can sell a banner to Shaquille O'Neal wins. Neither does—Jones beat them both too it.
- Big "NO!": Shaquille O'Neal gives one when he finds out Elena had his imaginary self shooting free-throws.
- Celebrity Toons: Starring Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.
- The Fashionista: Lisa.
- Fiery Redhead: Jones.
- Five-Man Band:
- Ink-Suit Actor: In the webisodes and the early episodes, Warren Buffett played himself.
- Others who have played themselves are Jay-Z, Shaquile O'neal, and Nick Cannon.
- King Arthur: "A Midwestern Yankee In King Arthur's Court" is a three-part episode that has the Club sent back to the days of Camelot by Merlin to help a young King Arthur in debt save the kingdom by learning the Six Golden Rules and keep Morgan Le Fay from winning Camelot in an auction.
- Relationship Voice Actor: Steve Staley and Stephanie Sheh are at it again.
- Shown Their Work: It's business lessons with Warren Buffett in a way kids can understand.
- Shout-Out: The auction house in "A Midwestern Yankee In King Arthur's Court" is at ''Ye Bay.''
- Spanner in the Works:
- The blonde skateboarder in "Neither a Borrower nor a Lender be, Dude" ends up defeating Jones in the competition he needed to borrow the entry fee from Lisa for (with only first place getting the prize money). Jones must then spend the rest of the episode to make it up to Lisa before her own deadline (with which she needed the money for) comes up.
- The Club themselves to Morgan Le Fay in "A Midwestern Yankee In King Arthur's Court," making it much harder for her plans to win Camelot to succeed.
- We Help the Helpless