With the market in the middle of the most confusing part of earnings season, Cramer warned investors to be extra careful.
Kimberly Clark is the consumer packaged goods company responsible for brands such as Kleenex, Huggies and Scott paper towels. It reported what appeared to be a strong beat on Monday morning, but the stock fell, down almost 2 percent.
Cramer attributed Kimberly Clark's cut to its organic growth forecast as the earnings point that spooked investors. He spoke with Kimberly Clark's chairman and CEO Tom Falk, to find out if the market's judgment was too harsh.
"We had a really solid quarter. Volumes were up 4 percent overall, which I think is the right underlying metric to focus on. Currencies aren't hurting us as bad as we thought at the beginning of the year … With that kind of volume growth, we expect to have a pretty solid year here," Falk said.
Marriott Vacations Worldwide also reported a solid quarter last Thursday, with an earnings beat and raise of its full-year earnings-per-share guidance. Marriott is the vacation rental company spun off by Marriott International five years ago.
When Cramer last spoke with Marriott's CEO Stephen Weisz back in October, the stock had just been slammed hard, down 15 percent following a weaker quarter that was impacted by a strong dollar. Since that time, the stock has roared back 25 percent, and is up more than 35 percent for the year.
Weisz explained the strength of Marriott, stating that competitors such as Airbnb have not taken market share from the company. Instead, its structure to move away from a capital intensive business model has reduced the requirement for customers to provide significant amounts of cash up front for vacation ownership.
"Clearly Airbnb has a place in the business world and they are certainly being successful at what they do, but they really don't compete in our space," Weisz said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Taser International: "Taser is very, very good. It's a very undervalued company, unfortunately with the conflict going on in so many cities. I'm surprised the stock isn't going higher."
Gartner: "People don't ask enough about Gartner. I think it's doing incredibly well. I think it's very expensive, but you know what? It's got great growth."