To see the full "Mad Money" Recap, please click here.Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Wednesday evening:

Boston Beer

(SAM) - Get Report

: "Vicious overreaction to a cautionary comment. It is true that the stuff in beer is going up in price. ... But it is not right that that company lost a third of its value. ... I wanna buy SAM. That stock is coming back."

Research In Motion

( RIMM): "Look, this thing is like a beacon. It's unbelievable. On one of the most horrible days I have seen in five years, this stock is up. ... I want a better entry point before I buy RIM. It's too hot for me here."

Monsanto

(MON)

: "All right, this is another stock that is unbelievable. ... This group is alternative oil." Cramer says the group includes

Deere

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,

Potash

(POT)

,

Bunge

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,

Syngenta

(SYT)

,

Mosaic

(MOS) - Get Report

and

Agrium

(AGU)

. "I like Monsanto. ... How about we get a better entry point and then we pull the trigger?"

Delta Petroleum

( DPTR): "You cannot make a lot of money when you are buying anything that is purely domestic. ... No, I'm not gonna recommend this. If you want to be in this business, I'm gonna send you to

XTO Energy

( XTO) or

Devon Energy

(DVN) - Get Report

, and you know

Apache

(APA) - Get Report

remains strong."

Excel Maritime Carriers

(EXM)

: "These bulk carriers are under tremendous, tremendous pressure. ... My take is Excel Maritime, one of many, is too volatile to recommend here. Let it come in before I recommend that stock."

MetLife

(MET) - Get Report

: "I like MetLife, but I want to swap into

Prudential

(PRU) - Get Report

. I'm getting very particular with the insurers. ... I went through the Pru conference call ... and in the Pru quarter,

Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Art Ryan, he did not buy any of this junk. I think Pru has become the rock in insurance. I want to own Pru -- not

AIG

(AIG) - Get Report

, not Met -- Pru."

SanDisk

(SNDK)

: "I think it's a commodity. ... Other poeple are making flash memory. ... Don'tBuy SanDisk. It's too hard. Let's buy some

Intel

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before we buy SanDisk."

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athenahealth

(ATHN) - Get Report

: "Any company that is good at keeping costs down in health care is going to get my blessing. One of the few other stocks that did well today is

UnitedHealth

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. I like UNH and I like athena."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long AIG, UnitedHealth Group and XTO Energy.

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