Cramer has interviewed countless members of the energy industry, but he says there is only one guy who correctly called the bottom for crude and predicted the trajectory for oil prices, RBN Energy President Rusty Braziel.
Unfortunately, Braziel thinks an administration under President-elect Donald Trump means the oil and gas industry is going to get things done — which could be bad news for oil prices.
"Even under the Obama administration they got a lot of things done. They got so many things done that they crushed the price of oil and gas ... now we're going to get more things done. Does that make you a little uncomfortable?" Braziel said to the "Mad Money" host on Tuesday.
Looking at the forward curve, Braziel predicted that the price of oil will be $56 a barrel by 2021.
Cramer also got a take on what the OPEC agreement means to players in the oil industry, such as Pioneer Natural Resources.
Pioneer owns vast amounts of acreage in the Permian Basin in Texas, and also has holdings in the Eagle Ford shale and the Rockies.
Pioneer CEO Scott Sheffield spoke with Cramer, and said the Sprayberry/Wolfcamp shale is so large; it is now the second largest oil field in the world.
"Nobody believed me three years ago," Sheffield said. "Now we have over half the U.S. rigs in the Permian Basin. Most of the rigs that are drilling in the world today are in the Permian Basin. And so it's ready to take off, especially with this recent OPEC agreement."
In the Lightning Round, Cramer provided his take on a few stocks from callers:
Western Digital: "They pronounced an unbelievable number this very evening, you know I think the stock is cheap. I recommended last week that they actually buy Micron. Both Seagate and Western Digital, ever since Western Digital bought Sandisk, it has been on fire. I like that stock very much."
Seaspan Corporation: "I don't like the container ships. I always think that the dividend is what I call a red flag; a challenge flag by every coach."