Get ready for round II of the showdown between Jim Cramer and Jon StewartCramer, the host of CNBC's "Mad Money," will appear on Stewart's "The Daily Show" tonight at 11 p.m. EDT. The backdrop of this cable grudge match, as some have portrayed it, is Stewart's criticism of Cramer's calls, which Stewart put into his own comedic context. Cramer's responses appear on both CNBC's Web site and TheStreet.com, where he is both cofounder and chairman. Stewart's clips are prominent on the Web sites of both Comedy Central and The Daily Show. As a primer before the show, here are select links from CNBC, TheStreet.com, Comedy Central and The Daily Show:
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