Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Tune In To Dolby

Buy the best-in-breed sound-technology producer, Cramer says.
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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Thursday evening:

Information Sciences

(VOL)

: "It's one of these staffing companies, of which I like

Manpower

(MAN) - Get Report

, and that's doing badly ... going into a slowdown you can't own that stock."

Tesoro

(TSO)

: "I think this pipeline tragedy bodes much better for refining. ... I like

Marathon

(MRO) - Get Report

."

Perfect World

(PWRD)

: "I like

Shanda

(SNDA)

better than Perfect World, although the concept of a perfect world does intrigue me."

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Ambac

(ABK)

: "I think that Ambac,

MBIA

(MBI) - Get Report

,

PMI

(PMI)

and

MGIC

(MGIC) - Get Report

are all horrible stocks that are in complete and utter denial about what's happenning in the mortgage market and I want you to sell. ... I want you to sell it again. SellSellSell." Cramer then hit every one of his sound-effect buttons for emphasis.

Cracker Barrel

(CBRL) - Get Report

: "It's declined a great deal. ... I want you to buy more. Why? Because the company keeps buying more stock. Every single restaurant is down except

Chipotle

(CMG) - Get Report

. ... They know they've got value there."

Sirius

(SIRI) - Get Report

: "That stock is going up ... because Congress is meeting more on the merger of

XM

(XMSR)

and Sirius than it is on Iraq."

McDonald's

(MCD) - Get Report

: "All aboard! You let it ride! We recommended this stock in a 'Game Plan' not long ago. ... I feel so strongly that I own it for my charitable trust,

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ICO

(ICOC)

: "I must come back with ICOC. ... We're going to dig down, we're going to get more

information."

Dolby

(DLB) - Get Report

: "We've been behind Dolby ever since my friend Patrick Schultz recommended it -- he's one of the researchers on the show ... Dolby is one of the best in breed ... I still want to buy it."

Diana

(DSX) - Get Report

: "We had the DSX guy on, he was a little bearish. It made us like it less. ... Rates are starting to go up. ... I think you can buy more Diana."

UnitedHealth

(UNH) - Get Report

: "This is gonna happen in life. ... Bill McGuire had built a great company ... I stuck with the company ... but it was a hard time. ... They had to change management. ... I'm thinking at $55, maybe it's getting a bit pricey ... Warren Buffett's in it with me. ... I think it's pretty good." Cramer owns United Health for

Action Alerts PLUS."

*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long McDonald's and UnitedHealth.

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