One theme that Cramer identified has been working for stocks is digital players like Adobe Systems. The company makes digital media and marketing software and has taken strides to transform itself into more of a cloud play.
Cramer spoke with Adobe's President and CEO Shantanu Narayen, who explained that the company's platforms are more than just technology — they look into the mind of what people want.
"We process more content and more data than anybody else in terms of companies, and … the magic you have in Photoshop and what people can do, we are actually looking into people's minds and figuring out how to translate that idea into reality," Narayen said.
While "Mad Money" was in San Francisco this week, Cramer became connected with the idea that while business is revolutionized by technology, the same thing could be happening with charities.
(RED) is an organization started by Bono and Bobby Shriver in 2006 with the intention of making it easier to join the fight against AIDS. (RED) sponsored products and concerts have helped to raise $360 million to help people in sub-Saharan Africa that need AIDS assistance with drugs and care.
Cramer spoke with (RED) CEO Deb Dugan about how her company is changing AIDS treatment and partnerships in business.
"It's the number one cause of death for women on reproductive age on the planet, number two reason adolescents die on the planet after car crashes … It can't be. This is preventable and treatable, and the world knows that it has to do the right thing, but NGOs can't do it on their own. Companies have to help and companies have to step up," Dugan said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Rayonier Advanced Materials: "Don't [sell]. It's a very interesting situation. It just doesn't have a lot of backing. There is no sponsorship from Wall Street. I would not give up on it."
MaxLinear: "MaxLinear is another one of these companies that people just keep thinking you know what, how can it stay independent, especially after Linear Tech got bought. I have to tell you, I think the company is still cheap. You know I'm a big believer of the consolidation in that industry. I think it could be one of the companies that gets consolidated."