Born in Tehran, Shahrzad Rafati spent the first several years of her life with the Iran-Iraq war just outside her window.
She is now the founder and CEO of privately-held BroadbandTV Corp, the third largest video property in the world after Google and Facebook.
"I grew up in Iran and at a time where content was rationed … it was three TV channels," Rafati told Cramer. "Because of that, as I was growing up I really wanted to make sure that I play a part in democratizing video content and really empowering storytelling. We live in a day and age where individuals can actually directly impact an audience."
Rafati's mission led her to create a company that redefined how companies think about piracy and video content. She founded the company in 2005, right in the beginning of the YouTube revolution.
The restaurant industry is facing so much competition. The stocks in this cohort have been hit hard. From Sonic to Cracker Barrel and Red Robin, the entire industry has been caught in a vicious sell-off.
To check in on the pulse of the industry, Cramer spoke with John Cassimus, the former CEO of Zoe's Kitchen. He transformed his parents' single restaurant in 1995 into a regional brand, before stepping down as CEO in 2008.
Cramer worried that something has changed in the restaurant industry that is prompting customers not to want to eat out. Cassimus agreed that there is an increased amount of competition from food trucks and small, fast startup restaurants. He also noted that there is less cash available to spend on dining out, as household incomes have not increased in the past 7 years.
"Honestly for me, the election I think is having a big impact. And I think people are really scared right now, they don't know what is going on," Cassimus said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Old Republic International: "That is a stay-the-course insurance company. It's an old, good company. Travelers reports next week, that one is good, too. That one is fine and I like the dividend."
Quest Diagnostics Inc: "Do you know this stock got hit when Theranos was starting to roar, and then since Theranos kind of imploded it has been going up? I think it has gone up too much. At this level don't buy."