Billionaires race to build the highest penthouses; Zuckerberg, Buffett, Gates and Bezos battle it out to become the first trillionaire; what it would cost to buy the Great Pyramid of Giza or the Mona Lisa.
North West and Blue Ivy Carter compete to be the most-pampered toddler; luxury panic rooms, armed megayacht security and bespoke armored tanks; a renegade Apple legend who replaces polo ponies with Segways.
Peter Thiel and the secret of immortality; buying or renting superyachts; the millionaire feline who stole Karl Lagerfeld's heart.
A graffiti artist who sprayed his way to a $200 million Facebook fortune; an individual who bowed out of Apple and a $70 billion windfall; a Saudi royal's traveling habits.
How to mend a broken billionaire heart; how Johnny Depp keeps himself afloat on just two million dollars a month; celebrating the filthy rich Georgian who puts boring billionaires to shame.
A pop star incurs hefty expenses to get out of trouble; Justin Bieber and his pet monkey rock out with their checkbooks out; a retired racehorse earns $35 million a year in stud fees; sport's richest good-luck charm, Warren Buffet.
Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos lock horns in a space race; Mariah Carey shows how to treat oneself right; a matchmaker helps lovelorn tech titans find their soul mates.
Charlie Sheen's interest in horology includes priceless watches; Jerry Seinfeld suffers from "TMP" -- Too Many Porches; Antarctica heats up as a destination for billionaires looking to rough it in luxury.
Gifts for billionaires, including rare albino crocodile handbags and million dollar falcons; a billionaire gamer; an age where everything is better when dipped in gold.
Dan Bilzarian reveals the keys to Instagram immortality; wedding planner Kevin Lee literally moves mountains; the most expensive ways to solve life's little problems.
Billionaires can protect themselves with a private army or a customized robot suit with a rocket launcher; using money to control bad weather or stay young forever.
Billionaires prepare their children for the good life, starting with a multi million dollar bassinet; constructing buildings just to house vast collections of cars and art.
Insanely wealthy hobbies, including treasure hunting for NASA rocket engines and collecting $300,000 racing pigeons; a few hundred million dollars can buy any award.
Billionaire heirs buy every toy, from Birkin bags to Bugattis; making yachts unique; expensive delicacies covered in gold.
In Dubai, anything goes as long as it costs a fortune, including jet packs, sky high tennis courts and gold-dispensing vending machines; the rich in London buy multiple pieces of property; billionaires build their own White House.
How billionaires turn shopping sprees into a multi-million dollar sporting event; private golf courses and wild west theme parks.
How the top 1 percent of the top 1 percent trade their private jets for private jumbo jets; turning one-of-a-kind cars into none-of-a-kind car wrecks.
How the wealthy put down roots on their own private islands; how a billionaire's furriest best friend lives a life of luxury.
How billionaires buy wine from the bottom of the ocean; how elite pro athletes spare no expense to customize their cribs and their cars.
Diamond shoes and shirts made from solid gold; high-priced feuds over trees that block views; statues that should probably be censored.
A one of a kind motorcycle that runs on top shelf tequila; a private jet that has a waiting list so exclusive that even Oprah has to patiently wait for her chance to own one.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison buys a Hawaiian island for nearly half a billion dollars; Prince Jefri of Brunai spends $800,000 on life-sized statues of himself and his then fiancé in various sexual positions.
Bill Koch spends $3.1 million to buy his very own western style ghost town; Casino owner Don Laughlin pays to be cryogenically frozen, so that he can be brought back to life in the future.
Junk bond king Ira Rennert owns a 66,000 square foot Hampton's home with 29 bedrooms and 39 bathrooms; Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani owns the world's largest home.
Entrepreneur Charles Shaker manages to spend $500,000 on one bar tab in Monte Carlo; Indian billionaire Lakshmi Mittal spends $78 million dollars on his daughter's over the top Parisian wedding.