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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer welcomed back Jim Reid-Anderson, chairman, president and CEO of Six Flags Entertainment Corp. (SIX - Get Report) , the amusement park chain with shares that are off 13% so far in 2017.

Reid-Anderson started off by saying that while Six Flags does operate three parks in hurricane-stricken Texas, it has 20 parks overall that operate year-round, so the financial impacts from any one event are minimal. He wished all those in Texas a speedy recovery.

Turning to the company's most recent quarter, Reid-Anderson said that while they did miss analysts expectations this quarter, they did post record revenues and earnings. He said they can, and will, do better, however. Reid-Anderson also noted that his return as CEO of the company was purely coincidental and did not have anything to do with this quarter's performance.

Looking ahead, Reid-Anderson said Six Flags has huge opportunities in a great industry and his company's 5.1% yield is the highest in the industry. He also noted this past last summer has historically been a great buying opportunity for their shares.

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