Jim Cramer nightly educates and entertains "

Mad Money" viewers and readers not only about financial markets but also about language, literature and sometimes even the tube. Take this week's "Mad Money" culture quiz and compare wavelengths with the host. Then check back next Friday for a new set of teasers.

(You'll find the answers at the end of the quiz.)

1. Cramer said that when he

hit his 2006 target on the

Dow Jones Industrial Average

, he upgraded to:

    a Prius

    Lagavulin and parquet floors

    black truffle burgers and a Patek-Philippe watch

    AIM Pro

    2. During a "Lightning Round," when a caller asked about a top in

    RadioShack

    (RSH)

    and then about buying

    Marvell Tech

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    , Cramer said that at

    TheStreet.com

    he has a sign on his desk that says:

      "A day without sunshine is like night."

      "I'd rather be trading."

      "Accounting irregularities mean sell."

      "Oh my God! They killed Kenny!"

      3. Cramer said he doesn't agree with those who say that

      Intel

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      "is due" for a hit, just like ______.

        Derek Jeter

        Aaron Sorkin

        Jason Alexander

        TheStreet Recommends

        MC Hammer

        4. Which guest on Cramer's weeklong stint hosting

        MSNBC's

        "Jim Cramer Live" (where he

        rocked

        ), gave a "5:30 a.m., West Coast, stuttering Booyah," and rode

        Rite Aid

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        to a profit?

          Kiefer Sutherland

          Kristy McNichol

          Michael Chiklis

          Pam Grier

          5. When a caller asked about Cramer's comment in March that "

          AMD

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          had no reason to live," Cramer said that it and Intel are locked in a mental, Claymation death match and that AMD is having existential conflict just like _____.

            Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver

            Everybody Loves Raymond

            Husserl's Being and Time

            Sartre's Huis Clos

            Bonus: Taking a caller's question about mortgages,

            Lehman Brothers

            ( LEH) and

            Bear Stearns

            ( BSC), Cramer said that some on the Street were calling the "crummy loan thing" a "meltdown," but it was more like when:

              Rupert Murdoch tried to buy Dow Jones ( DJ) for $73 a share in 1996.

              He couldn't sell any strawberry ice cream at Veteran's Stadium in Philly.

              He couldn't get a table at the Olive Garden on Route 22.

              The Sacramento utilities reactor that he slept next to in his car had an outage and didn't affect him.

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