In honor of the show's fifth birthday, we pulled together some of Cramer's craziest on-air antics, as well as a few other notable memories. Watch the slide show and then vote for your favorite.
Cramer actually said "Good evening" at the start of this show. That coupled with his cuff-links makes us proud of the rolled-up-sleeves "Hey, I'm Cramer" intro we've had ever since.
Hundreds of school want us to visit now, but Cramer's alma mater, Harvard University, was gracious enough to be our first Back To School Tour host.
Cramer's excellent form is a little misleading here, the football didn't clear the goalpost. We blame the uneven grass in the CNBC parking lot.
Every night the buzzer tells Cramer when the Lightning Round is over. He does. not. like. it. So, he violated the sancitity of the control room, and fired us. Yes, that's a whip in his hand. What?
Cramer's been called a prophet for this call, with Stephen Colbert even joking that Cramer may have been "too calm" considering the financial meltdown that followed. For most of us, this wisdom and passion is why we love Cramer so much.
Saturday Night Live castmember Darrell Hammond honored the Mad Money host by impersonating Cramer on the set of our third anniversary show.
OK, we're using the term "star" loosely, but it was fun to watch him on the big screen and hear people yell "Booyah" during Cramer's scene.
What a day! Mad Money celebrated it's 1,000 show by ringing the opening bell at the NYSE.
The staff wanted to surprise Cramer in honor of his 1,000th show. So we had Google's Eric Schmidt, Donald Trump and Philadelphia Eagles Coach Andy Reid call into the Lightning Round. Cramer was completely floored...a total success!
Curling aired on CNBC during the Olympics, and even Cramer caught the fever. Look at his intensity...