At a company meeting, they pitch a new children's toy which is a building that turns into a robot. Josh claims that it's not fun for kids and instead suggests a robot that turns into a bug. His idea is received well, and this spurs discussion and other possibilities.
Opening comedy clip talks about how some scientists are busy curing cancer, but others have seen fit to develop the seedless watermelon. Jerry sarcastically refers to the tremendous benefit conferred on consumers because of this. So why do some scientists do things like this? Because it's what consumers want!
Many of the local restaurants in the Pawnee Restaurant Association have increased the size of their sodas, and the city is concerned. Leslie argues that a 512 ounce child size soda may be taking it too far.
The Secret Millionaires Club explores why it's so important to learn from your mistakes and the mistakes of others.
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