In case there was any doubt that lower gasoline prices are finally trickling down to the bottom line of companies, Six Flags put an end to those doubts when it reported a strong quarter on Thursday.
Six Flags is the largest theme park operator in the U.S., with 18 parks spanning North America. So when the price at the gas pump falls, more people drive to places like Six Flags.
To find out what could be in store for the future, Cramer spoke with the former CEO and now executive chairman Jim Reid-Anderson, and John Duffey the former CFO now CEO.
"We made substantial investments in both our fright fest offering in October, and our holiday in the park offerings in December," Duffey said. "And Jim that is one of the reasons why now if you think about the fourth quarter, years ago it used to be part of the off season. Now it's a major contributor to our financial performance."
And even after an amazing three-day run this week, Cramer knows the market can still be difficult. That is why he turned his attention to a high quality stock like Waste Management, the largest trash collection and recycling company in America.
Waste Management reported on Thursday morning, and the company missed on the top line even as it reported a 3-cent earnings beat from a 68-cent basis. However, the company did provide solid guidance and a 6.4 percent dividend boost.
Can the stock climb higher? To find out, Cramer spoke with the CEO of Waste Management, David Steiner.
"No doubt about it, we are really right in the sweet spot with the economy right now. Everything is clicking. We've got the right team in place; we've got the right sales people in place. Now if we could get some help in those recycled commodity markets, everything would be clicking on all cylinders," Steiner said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Amgen: "I like Amgen, it's one of the cheapest of the biotechs. I have cooled a tad to the biotechs because of this political situation going on where everybody hates them. I'm not hating on Amgen."
Celldex Therapeutics: "Oh man, they have taken this one to the woodshed. It's really incredible. If you want to like a speculative stock this is probably a good one to get started right here. Holy cow they have killed Celldex."
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