Every night on "
Mad Money," in addition to all the stock picks you can stomach, Jim Cramer serves up a feast of factoids and rapid-fire fun to help the medicine go down. Take our weekly "Mad Money" culture quiz to see how much of it you've caught or just to immerse yourself in Cramer's nonfinancial madness.
(You'll find the answers at the end of the quiz. When you've finished, don't forget to
let us know what you think.)
1. As Cramer, fellow of infinite jest, said about a company that viewers should not own now, "Alas, poor ____, I knew him, Horatio."
2. What song did Cramer refer to during a segment on subprime and cigarettes?
"Smoke on the Water"
"Smoke From a Distant Fire"
"Fire on the Mountain"
"Pass the Dutchie"
3. Which character from a Dostoyevsky novel did Cramer cite on Tuesday's show?
4. In Thursday's "Lightning Round," Cramer said he was reading a biography of this Illinois resident:
5. During his "Sell Block" segment, while trashing most tech stocks, Cramer described this company as "having an existential crisis":
Bonus: Cramer referred to himself, during one of his second-year anniversary segments, as "the _____ of stocks."
Gypsy Rose Lee