Jim Cramer wants to entertain and educate "

Mad Money" viewers and readers not only about the market, but also about things nonfinancial. Take our third "Mad Money" culture quiz to see how much Cramer madness -- and this week especially -- how many references to his favorite movie you've caught. 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. When the 10-foot pole that no one had wanted to touch

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with crashed into the "Mad Money" set, Cramer said it reminded him of his high-school production of _______, where he played ______.

    Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff

    West Side Story, Officer Krupke

    Arsenic and Old Lace, Lt. Rooney

    Bye Bye Birdie, Conrad Birdie

    The Manchurian Candidate, Raymond Shaw

    2. During his Wednesday riff on mistrust and known Communists in the State Department, Cramer linked



    57 Ketchup to:

      Roy Cohn in Angels in America

      Carly Simon's "Anticipation"

      Teresa Heinz Kerry

      A U.S. Department of Agriculture proposal to classify ketchup as a vegetable

      Senator Iselin in The Manchurian Candidate

      3. When Cramer talked about the arbitrage pressure the



      -Euronext deal created, he alluded to:

        Coleridge's Albatross in Rime of the Ancient Mariner

        The Rolling Stones' "Beast of Burden"

        Atlas and Heracles

        Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart

        The Manchurian Candidate

        4. During Tuesday's "Lightning Round," whom did Cramer call the single best CEO in the restaurant business?

          Sally Smith -- Buffalo Wild Wings

          Clarence Otis Jr. -- Darden

          Steve Ells -- Chipotle

          Julia Stewart -- IHOP ( IHP)

          Ray Shaw -- Manchurian Express

          5. In addition to being


          director, co-founder, largest shareholder and markets commentator, Cramer said he is also the

            Chief Cook and Dishwasher

            Minister of Silly Walks

            Commissioner of Oaths

            High Commissioner of Knock Hockey and Foosball

            Manchurian Candidate

            Bonus: When Cramer said that "Mad Money" is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful show

            human being I've ever known in my life," he was quoting from what movie?

              Throw Momma From the Train

              Mommie Dearest



              The Manchurian Candidate

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