Now that the negativity seems to be subsiding from the marketplace, Cramer decided to circle back to companies that do well in the current environment. That includes stocks that are well off their highs still courtesy of the latest selloff.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is the fried chicken chain with about 2,420 franchised restaurants, mostly located in the U.S. The company had the misfortune of reporting on Wednesday last week, right in the middle of the decline.
Even though it reported a strong quarter, it was ignored and the stock was slammed along with everything else. Cramer speculated that this was exactly the right company to benefit from lower gasoline prices. Could it be time for the stock to fly higher?
To check in, Cramer spoke with Popeyes CEO Cheryl Bachelder.
"We have just been killing it with our kitchen innovation. The most recent one we just finished up was Rippin' Chicken with spicy habanero sauce, it was killer good. This is the way we keep the excitement going in our restaurants," Bachelder said.
Another stock that has had a rough time lately is Chegg, a small-cap company that for a long time was a provider of rental textbooks for high school and college students. But as the academia trend transforms to digital, Chegg has been trying to adjust into a digital provider of various services to help students fight the higher cost of education in the U.S.
Beyond textbooks, the company now gives students access to online homework help, assistance with course, scheduling and tools that assist high school students decide where to go to college and how to get scholarships. It now has 700,000 digital subscribers and they also make money selling advertisements to schools and brand partners.
Can its efforts for digital transformation power the stock higher? To find out, Cramer spoke with Chegg's chairman and CEO, Daniel Rosensweig.
"This is textbook season, and then immediately following becomes our homework-help season, and our tutoring season, and then internship season, and then high school students getting into college season. So we have diversified the company so well that we've got a 365-day a year business instead of four days a year," Rosensweig said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Ross Stores: "I've got to say hold. Why? Because I did not like that last quarter versus TJX which had a much better quarter, or Ulta which reported tonight that I really like."
Mannkind Corp: "The proof is in the pudding. We haven't seen the big sales bump yet. If we see a big sales bump, then I think there is going to be time. But we haven't seen it yet."
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