Ever since interest rates began to rise over the summer, Cramer noted that real estate investment trust stocks, or REITs, have been hit hard as investors seek higher yields from bonds.
EPR Properties is a REIT that owns a mix of entertainment, recreation and educated-related properties. At the beginning of the month it reported a strong quarter, and also announced it was investing $700 million to bulk up the recreational side of its portfolio.
While Wall Street had a mixed reaction, some investors worried that its expected sale of $647 million in stock could create an overhang, given that EPR has only $4.5 billion in market cap. Cramer spoke with EPR Properties' CEO Greg Silvers, who said that the transaction will drive growth for the company.
"We structured this very well. We were very disciplined in our approach. And we think this will be a positive both for those shareholders that stay with us and future shareholders," Silvers said.
Believe it or not, some stocks can even stump Cramer. When that happens, he puts it on his list to do more homework, and then follows up with investors to make sure that they receive a reasoned response. Sometimes, the research is surprising.
Cramer first vowed to do more research when an investor on "Mad Money" asked about Tetra Tech.
Tetra Tech provides consulting and engineering services for companies and governments handling complex problems with water, the environment, energy, infrastructure and resource management.
"I think the future is too murky to own Tetra Tech up here, particularly when you consider how much the stock has run. If you own it, I'd say ring the register, at least until it pulls back to lower levels," Cramer said.
Cramer also provided his take on a few caller stocks in the lightning round:
Alliant Energy: "No, let's go with the one that I own for my charitable trust that we follow really closely. Let's go with American Electric Power, AEP. That's what you want."
Insys Therapeutics: "Man, you are so speculative with that. Too speculative for me."