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Jim Cramer wants to educate and amuse "

Mad Money" viewers and readers not only about financial markets, but also about language, literature and garage bands. Take this week's "Mad Money" culture quiz and see just how much Cramer's got the music in him. Check back every Friday for a new set of memory teasers.

(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. While urging


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, Cramer said that "right now, owning newspaper stock is like taking a little jaunt on the _____."

    Andrea Doria or the Titanic

    Pequod or the Exxon Valdez

    Wreck of Edmund Fitzgerald

    Marrakesh Express

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    2. Cramer, not one to eschew sarcasm, said during his



    -Terry Semel bashing, that "because I, too, am an honest man," I consider myself "a modern-day _____."

      Vlad the Impaler

      Nurse Ratched


      Snidely Whiplash

      3. This week, Cramer named April 2 as "Green Day" to commemorate a court ruling that gave states power to go after polluters. While offering plays on how to make mad money from the environment, Cramer quoted this line from this movie:

        "I like crop dustin' where there ain't no crops." -- North by Northwest

        "I'm not just an entertainer. I'm an influence, a wielder of opinion, a force ..." -- A Face in the Crowd

        "A dingo ate my baby." -- A Cry in the Dark

        There are two types of people in this world: Those who like Neil Diamond, and those who don't." -- What About Bob?

        4. Talking up water resources company

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        and the effects of global warming, Cramer used this quote:

          "Water so buoyant you could float on your elbow." -- Anne Sexton

          "A little water clears us of this deed." -- Lady Macbeth

          "Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink." -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

          "The tide is high, but I'm holding on." -- Blondie

          5. During a segment on

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            A nuclear power plant

            A lot of zucchini

            Joe Piscopo

            Bernadette Devlin-McGregor

            BONUS: Cramer decided that he'd better give up on trying to prove he's cool to his kids because he "can't tell _________."

              The White Stripes from the Average White Band

              Fleetwood Mac's "Rhiannon" from Rihanna

              50-Cent's "Candy Shop" from Sammy Davis, Jr.'s "Candy Man"

              Death Cab For Cutie from Cab Calloway

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