Joan Rivers meets five mega-millionaires who reveal the outrageous ways they spend their fortunes: exotic cars and jewelry, extreme vacations and a party house featuring a disco sauna!
Joan Rivers tours a pharmacy tycoon's Hamptons waterfront estate and gets an invitation to the Tennessee mansion owned by the creator of the Mrs. Fields cookie franchise.
Joan Rivers falls in love with a Billionaire’s $68 million dollar toy then tours the Daytona Beach bachelor pad owned by the inventor of Hawaiian Tropic suntan lotion.
Joan Rivers tours a Georgia estate with a private 18-hole golf course and meets a mom who made millions as the "Leonardo da Vinci" of custom cakes.
Joan Rivers visits the high school dropout who came up with a 100 million dollar idea while working at a pet shop: Wee Wee Pads! Then, Joan shows and tells all in the first-ever televised tour of her 100-acre Connecticut estate.
Joan's got not one, but two billionaires: first a homeless bum who became a hair care mogul. Then, it's off to the top of Trump Tower to visit her old boss (from Celebrity Apprentice) Donald Trump.
He grew up with dirt floors and no running water. Now he has his own ballroom to dance in and take dips in his indoor pool. Joan finds out how he got so rich. Then, a former ad exec who became a decorator—and is now decorating his own castle!
Joan meets a fashion junkie who spends over $1 million on clothes—a year! Then, the inventors of Butt Paste and The Slanket. And, a couple who were so broke, they served pizza at their wedding. Now they're worth billions. How'd they get so rich?
Joan meets the inventor of the five-chamber bubble blower, who is so rich, his dog has a walk-in closet and a private chef. Then, this couple's mansion has its own elevator. Her diamond has its own zip code. How'd they get so rich? Watch and find out.
It slices. It dices. It makes billions of dollars! It’s the amazing infomercial, and Joan’s paying a visit to the Infomercial King. She’ll also meet a woman who was dumped by her rich husband—but then got rich herself, with camouflage makeup.
Joan meets the Mardi Gras Millionaire, who went from penniless to parade float king. Wait till you see how he lives: You're in for a major shock. Then, it's on to the Versace Mansion, an over-the-top palace…owned by a man who dropped out of school!
A jaw-dropping mansion with six kitchens. An ultramodern palace in the hills. Would you believe that they belong to one guy who used to scrub toilets, and one who folded sweaters in the mall? Joan gets the rags-to-riches stories.
Joan tries to do an 'outro' take on the a fur rug, but it doesn't work too well.
Joan takes to the streets and asks regular people about money.
Joan never new cleaning up a dog could get this dirty... and naughty.
Donald Trump talks frankly about Bernie Madoff and the problems his scheme has caused for many people.
Joan talks cupcakes and of course manages to make it sound dirty.
Hear Joan's take on Spongebob.
He may be the king of Mardi Gras, and he might be worth millions of dollars, but that doesn't mean he can't live a simple life.
Joan continues to question regular people about how much things cost.
Joan talk to a native Alaskan to see if you really can see Russia from there.
Joan prowls the street to ask the rich how they got there, and what they spend their money on.
Joan gives her tips on how to tell if someone is from new money.
Joan thinks she has a new millionaire idea that will be even better than the 'slanket.'
Joan decides to let us see the most important room on the entire house... the bathroom!
Joan sets up a tour of a millionaire's house, only to be waylaid by a sudden case of mushmouth and Tourette's. Bleeep!
She may have made a ton of money selling jewelry on television, but Joan has some more million dollar ideas.
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