|Artie Smarty (Son)|
| Señor Senior, Senior|
Pop Pop Porter
|Shego (season 4)|
|No Known Pets|
|No Known Nemesis|
|Behind the Scenes|
|"The Big Job"|
Martin Smarty is a tall and thin older gentleman, with sharp features and a bald head.
Martin Smarty got his first job when he was ten years old, selling popcorn balls out of an old wagon. He would go on to become a highly successful businessman, and one of the five wealthiest people in the world. Fittingly enough, he regularly played poker with the others: "Pop Pop" Porter, Orrin Door, Paula Pandowdy, and Señor Senior, Senior. During one of these games, they were all "kidnapped" without their knowledge, by Señor Senior, Junior and Shego. The pair issued ransoms for their "safe return" as part of pulling off an evil plot Senior's birthday. However, they were foiled and all were "rescued" by Kim and Ron. To thank Ron specifically for saving him from Shego, Martin Smarty gave him a job in the pet department at the Middleton Smarty Mart.
He later removed Ron from that job and tasked him with being a life coach to his son, Artie Smarty. Ron did poorly at this job, so Martin Smarty allowed him to return to the pet department.
Martin Smarty flirted with Shego the second time they saw each other, although she was in a wig, and was close to winning her heart by touting his impressive financial assets when Artie showed up asking if she was going to be his "new Mom", causing her to walk away.
Martin Smarty is always seen wearing nice suits.
- Martin Smarty is an allusion to Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart, which is the allusion for Smarty Mart.
Behind the Scenes
Martin Smarty was voiced by J.K. Simmons, who is best known for playing J. Jonah Jameson from both the original Sam Raimi Spider-Man Trilogy, and in the new Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon.
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