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If you saw our “Future of Wall Street” special on Friday Sept. 19th you only saw half the story. Now see what we couldn't show you on TV!
The magic starts here in the make-up room. Well you say magic we say bronzer.
That’s funny, Karen. Did you hear this one? Two traders walk into a bar….
Ahead of the show Jeff Macke takes one last look at the market news. Either that, or he’s catching up on last season’s ER
When you run a hedge fund like Karen does, it’s important to remain plugged in, at all times.
Dylan and director Andy Barsh review official Fast Money clapping techniques.
Just what exactly is Pete doing, anyway?
Usually Fast Money is live from the Nasdaq but for this special telecast the gang headed uptown, to a studio across the street from Central Park.
Ahead of the show Fast Money’s crew double checks all the equipment to make sure it’s working. Or maybe they’re just enjoying the view.
Fast Money laptops would sure make a nice souvenir. Wonder if anyone would notice…
Oil trader Joe Terranova makes a handsome addition to the conversation.
Not many men have the confidence to sit next to legendary investor Carl Icahn while getting blotted with a powder puff during a commercial break.
Karen always does her research. Here she reveals Carl Icahn’s yearbook.
As long as Icahn is laughing, you know you’ve done okay.
Guy Adami spots a celebrity in the crowd.
That’s TV tough guy Michael Chiklis, star of “The Shield.”
Turns out Chiklis watches the show every night. Who knew?
After the show the traders field some question from guests.
An unusually large number of women always want to have their picture taken with Tim. Wonder why, that is?
In case you’ve ever wondered. Here we are, the producers and on-air personalities of Fast Money. Not a bad lookin’ bunch if we do say so ourselves!