Jim Cramer nightly educates and entertains "
Mad Money" viewers and readers with information not only about financial markets but also about language, theatre and pop music. Take our "Mad Money" culture quiz this week and learn about Henrys and hot cats. Then check back next Friday for a new set of teasers.
(You'll find the answers at the end of the quiz.)
CEO Ivan Seidenberg wants to take his company higher, Cramer compared him to
Sly and the Family Stone
funambulist The Great Farini
2. Introducing his show on the new four horsemen of tech (
( RIMM)), what song did Cramer play every day at his hedge fund for inspiration, which drove everyone nuts?
Don't Give Up on Us, Baby -- David Soul
Friend of the Devil -- Grateful Dead
Take a Walk on the Wild Side -- Lou Reed
The Ride of the Valkyries -- Wagner
3. Cramer said he's "liked
ever since ____."
He defended his disreputable friends in Henry IV, Part 1.
He ditched Falstaff.
He got less shallow.
He appeared in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
4. During the segment where Cramer made the old horsemen,
dismount, he said "we don't like
since they slighted
The Interactive Advertising Bureau
Chinese toothpaste makers on Home Shopping Network
P.G. Wodehouse (Ask Jeeves)
5. Cramer used this line from a Tennessee Williams play to describe secondary offerings like
"I detect the powerful odor of mendacity." -- Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
"Oh you weak, beautiful people who give up with such grace." -- Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
"Stella!" -- Streetcar Named Desire
"Success and failure are equally disastrous." -- The Night of the Iguana
( PALM) recent selling of 25% of its company to Bono and Elevation Partners, Cramer said:
We move in mysterious ways.
You still haven't found what you're looking for.
I will follow.
I got YouTube, babe.