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Jim Cramer Interview

Jim Cramer doesn't think anyone should be spared from criticism in this economic environment. / Despite his ethically dubious past, Jim Cramer calls for indictments for the economic collapse. / Jim Cramer promises Jon he'll get back to the fundamentals of reporting the financial market.

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Unemployment Report

Rob Corddry speaks for the millions of Americans whose jobs have been taken by those far more cunning and handsome than themselves.

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In Cramer We Trust

Jim Cramer didn't recommend buying Bear Stearns stock a week before it collapsed -- he did it five days earlier.

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Back in Black - Recession Winners

If it costs us more to kill criminals than keep them alive, Lewis Black thinks we're doing it wrong.

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IndigNation! Populist Uprising '09 - The Enragening

Protestors attempt to teabag the White House, Jon blames the media, and Glenn Beck cries.

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The Notorious AIG - Outrage

Ben Bernanke slams the phone, and Barack Obama chokes up with anger over the AIG bonuses.

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Carmageddon '09 - Lemon Aid

Barack Obama slips to the level of a crass car salesman.

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Borderline Cops

Aasif Mandvi meets two Americans who are doing their part to stop illegal immigration.

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Pet Projects

Earmarks take up less than two percent of Obama's spending bill -- the same amount the FDA allows for insect filth in canned apricots.

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A Party in Limbaugh

Michael Steele falls into the liberal media trap by criticizing Rush Limbaugh.

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That Can't Be Right - Veterans' Health Insurance

The government will cover your combat-related injury, unless you have your own private insurance.

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Basic Cable Personality Clash Skirmish '09

After NBC steps up to defend Jim Cramer, Jon goes on an MTV Networks rehabilitation tour of his own.

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CNBC Gives Financial Advice

CNBC's Rick Santelli is angry that those loser homeowners are going to get bailed out.

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