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Did you sell


(GOOG) - Get Report

on Thursday night? That's what Cramer asked his viewers at the outset of his "Mad Money" show on


Friday night. "If you sold Google yesterday, you panicked," Cramer said. "This is a case of pure, unadulterated panic."

The journalists acted like it mattered, Cramer said. "And they caused a stampede." The "it" he was referring to is seasonality. Uninformed reporters acted like seasonality matters, he said.

"Don't listen to the words that management says," either, Cramer continued. Management gave investors the runaround the quarter before as well when it talked about seasonality. These growth companies don't have seasonality, Cramer said. "Seasonality doesn't make a bit of difference to Google," he said. What matters is earnings, which will be $8 a share next year.

Cramer said the stock is cheaper than





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Marvell Technology

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Whole Foods Market

( WFMI). Still, even with Prudential's $400 price tag -- which it affixed to the stock earlier this week -- Cramer said that he is holding to his $350 target for the stock.

'Lightning Round'


Cramer was bullish on: Whole Foods,

H&R Block

(HRB) - Get Report



(HAL) - Get Report



(VLO) - Get Report


Chesapeake Energy

(CHK) - Get Report


SirF Technology

( SIRF),


( CCRT),

United Technologies


Buffalo Wild Wings




( IDNX),

Chicago Mercantile

(CME) - Get Report


Kerzner International

( KZL),

Flir Systems

(FLIR) - Get Report


Aspect Medical Systems

( ASPM) and

Ultra Petroleum



Cramer was bearish on:


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Stillwater Mining




( ICOS),

DSP Group

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(HCA) - Get Report



(CERN) - Get Report


Agilent Technologies

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(JBLU) - Get Report


Wells Fargo

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Hello Moto


( MOT) is Cramer's pick of the week. Indeed, instead of waiting until next week to proclaim the company his stock of the week, Cramer said he had to tell his viewers on Friday night instead. Cramer wants investors in the stock now. Bottom line? "Own Motorola," he said.

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Doing a little housecleaning, Cramer got back to



, which posted second-quarter earnings Thursday that were better than expected. Cramer issued a mea culpa, saying that he had been cautious on the stock. He underestimated the company, he said.

Jim Cramer had always-feisty markets commentator Herb Greenberg on as a guest again. The two talked about

Hansen Natural

( HANS) and


(TPX) - Get Report


Greenberg said Hansen's stock has gone down lately not because the company recently said it would split shares 2 for 1 (instead of the 3 for 1 that some investors seem to have been hoping for), but because it's too expensive. The stock has climbed on the back of momentum investors, Greenberg said. Cramer acknowledged the red-hot nature of the stock, but said he always looks for places to make people money. Greenberg, for his part, said that he tries to help investors save money.

As for Tempur-Pedic, the stock has been red-flagged by Greenberg. The company has a lot of competition. Even though the stock was down almost $6 on Friday, after it posted weaker-than-expected second-quarter sales, Greenberg said the stock still isn't a buy. Cramer concurred with Greenberg's assessment of the company and the stock.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Halliburton, Motorola and Yahoo!.

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