After conning his way to the top, can Louie Duck handle the pressures and responsibilities of being the richest duck in the world yet? It's not just, as it turns out, a matter of business sense and practicality (although Louie's bad at that too). There is also a very good reason why Scrooge was always so insistent on making allowances in the budget for "magical protections"…
Haveyouseenium is an invisible substance that can be woven into an invisibility cloak.
The episode follows on directly from GlomTales (2019)'s ending, with Louie Duck having managed to claim ownership of both Scrooge and Glomgold's fortunes.
The episode is a very loose adaptation of Chapter 11 of The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck, sometimes printed as The Richest Duck in the World (1994), though it is more properly entitled The Empire-Builder from Calisota, with the title of The Richest Duck in the World instead going to Chapter 12. At any rate, both stories feature Bombie the Zombie/the Bombie embodying the moral failings of a character who's just become the richest duck in the world; the cartoon even borrows the visual of Bombie rising from the sea covered in seaweed.
Behind the Scenes
The Richest Duck in the World first aired on September the 11th, 2019.
Concept-art for a deleted scene in the episode, posted on Twitter by Matthew Humphreys.