Mad Money Celebrates Its 1,000th Episode

There have been 35,892 sound effects, 16,114 miles on the road, 672 CEO interviews, 987 Lightning Rounds, more than 1,500 booyahs, one rant heard round the world and...1,000 episodes.

That's right, Mad Money on Wednesday will hold a special show, with a live studio audience, to celebrate this television milestone. The evening's big guest? NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer. Of course, Cramer will still share his near 30 years of Wall Street expertise with viewers, highlight a top stock and spend quality time with the people that make Mad Money happen: the fans.

The Mad Money team started the day by ringing the New York Stock Exchange's opening bell. See the photo below. And check the full press release that follows. It contains the latest on our upcoming mobile site, to be launched very, very soon. So keep checking back.



Jennifer Dauble


ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., April 7, 2009-There's been 35,892 sound effects, 16,114 miles on the road, 672 CEO interviews, 987 Lightning Rounds, more than 1,500 booyahs, 1 rant heard round the world AND....1,000 EPISODES.

On Wednesday, April 8th at 6PM ET, CNBC's "Mad Money w/Jim Cramer" will celebrate its 1,000th episode in front of a live studio audience of Cramerica fans from across the country. The program will feature celebrity congrats, surprise appearances from Cramer's favorite guests and friends and of course the fiery opinions of the program's host.

Throughout "Mad Money's" four-years on the air and its 1,000 episodes, the outlook on Wall Street and the world have drastically changed, but Cramer's mission has remained the try to make you mad money. Cramer is celebrating this milestone with the Cramericans who are the very reason he does the show each night.

Also, to help celebrate the 1,000th episode, CNBC Mobile Web site ( is launching its "Mad Money with Jim Cramer" application later this month, which will complement the program's many popular features. Mad Money fans will soon be able to access Jim's stock picks, lightning round, video, blogs, free of charge, on their mobile phones. This new section on the Mobile Web site will include Mad Money's daily top stories and related videos, as well as his popular "Stop Trading" segments from CNBC's program "Street Signs."

Additionally, CNBC is introducing "Lightning Round 2 Go," which is an "optimized for mobile" tool offering users full access to Jim's daily "Lightning Round" stock comments with video and displays of real-time quote data on the discussed companies.

"Mad Money w/Jim Cramer," airs weekdays on CNBC at 6PM & 11PM ET.

For more information about "Mad Money w/Jim Cramer" go to:

Regina Gilgan is the Executive Producer of "Mad Money w/Jim Cramer."

About "Mad Money with Jim Cramer":

Jim Cramer believes that there is always a bull market somewhere and he wants to try to help you find it. Mad Money, airing weeknights on CNBC at 6 PM and 11 PM ET, takes viewers inside the mind of one of Wall Street's most respected and successful money managers for free. Jim is your personal guide through the confusing jungle of Wall Street investing, navigating through both opportunities and pitfalls with one goal in mind -- to try to help you make money. "Mad Money" features lively guest interviews, viewer calls and, most importantly, the unmatched, fiery opinions of Jim Cramer.

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