JS: How the hell did we end up here, Mr. Cramer? What happened? JC: I don’t know. I don’t know. Big fan of the show. Who’s never said that? JS: Well, many people. Let me just explain to you very quickly one thing that is somewhat misinterpreted. This was not directed at you, per say. I just want you to know that. We threw some banana cream pies at CNBC. Obviously, you got some schmutz on your jacket from it. Took exception. JC: I think that everyone could come under criticism from it. I mean, we all should have seen it more. I mean, admittedly this is a terrible one. Everyone got it wrong. I got a lot of things wrong because I think it was kind of one in a million shot. But I don’t think anyone should be spared in this environment. JS: So, then, if I may, why were you mad at us? --Audience laughs-- JC: No. JS: Because I was under the impression that you thought we were being unfair. JC: No, you have my friend Joe Nasair(sp?) on and Joe called me and said, ‘Jim, do I need to apologize to you?’ and I said, No. We’re fair game. We’re big network. We’ve been out front. We’ve made mistakes. We have 17 hours of live TV a day to do. But I— JS: Maybe you could cut down on that.
Jim Cramer doesn't think anyone should be spared from criticism in this economic environment.