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If you think Barack Obama has taken Washington DC by storm, you’ve got to check out what happened when the Fast Money traders went to our nation’s capital. Here's everything you didn't see on TV!
When people line up around the block you know something big is rolling into town!
Inside the crew is getting ready for an event that DC has been talking about for weeks.
Thats right, few can pull a crowd like the Commissioner and the rest of the Fast Money gang.
And what better place than the DAR’s Constitutional Hall. It’s the perfect setting for the Fast Money gang to lay down the law – of trading!
With go-time quickly approaching Director Andy Barsh pulls all the technical elements together.
And there are a lot of technical elements.
Inside the traders make some last minute adjustments. (Now you know where Pete gets all that energy; from Starbucks!)
Macke’s peeking around the corner. He must have just heard over a thousand people have come to see the show!
Adami wants to see too!
You thought we were kidding when we said a thousand people.
Big crowds don’t bother Karen Finerman. She's used to the spotlight after all those K-Fine in ’09 rallies.
Don't tell, but we let the camera crew use notes during the show. It's like an open book test.
Like they say in Washington, give the people what they want. Here they are, the Fast Money gang!
Pssst! Did you hear this one? Two politicians walk into a bar… Executive Producer Mary Duffy and Pete Najarian chat during a commercial break.
Looks like Tim Seymour did not like what he was hearing!
Here’s a view from the cheap seats. Well, considering tickets are complimentary they’re all cheap seats.
The Negotiator likes those pink shirts, doesn’t he? Of course, they like him too.
After an hour of live TV it feels good to breathe a sign of relief as the show draws to a close.
We like to think that Washington D.C. is a better place now that the Fast Money traders have come to town! Well, if not, at least they know a bit more about trading.