(The Blaze/AP) -- At the annual Berkshire Hathaway meeting on Saturday, billionaire Warren Buffett joked about the fame his secretary Debbie Bosanek has gained because she allegedly pays a higher tax rate than he does.
In a video skit, Bosanek reportedly started ignoring calls into the Berkshire office, forcing Buffett to start picking up the phone himself, only to find that the callers really wanted to reach Bosanek.
Oprah Winfrey, President Barack Obama and CNBC all seemingly wanted to talk to Bosanek instead of Buffett. Obama even told Buffett that his tax reform proposal might have a better chance of passing if it were renamed the "Bosanek Rule" instead of the "Buffett Rule."
Buffett's partner, Berkshire Vice Chairman Charlie Munger, seemingly called to run an investment idea past Bosanek instead of Buffett.
Later in the meeting, when Buffett was questioned about his recent prostate cancer diagnosis he joked that the reason he disclosed the illness last month was to distract attention away from Bosanek.
The movie also featured a skit where Buffett tried out to join the "glee club" by performing on his ukulele with the cast of Glee. Actress Jane Lynch joked that Buffett was her character's past lover from the days when the character coached cheerleading at the University of Nebraska.
In another skit in the movie, Buffett sought out the advice of Jimmy Buffett as a therapist for his ukulele playing. But Jimmy Buffett seemed bored during the session and played video games on an iPad while Warren Buffett talked.