Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round:

Spotify (SPOT) : "I'd buy more. This is a wild trader but also a great subscription play."

Owens Corning (OC) : "This is related to housing so you may get bailed out with the hurricane."

Flagstar Bancorp (FBC) : "No, I don't need you in that address."

VipShop (VIPS) : "No, I've disliked this one for a long time."

Cray (CRAY) : "No. Stick with Cisco Systems (CSCO) ."

3D Systems (DDD) : "That was a great quarter. I've been recommending HP (HPQ) but this one is investable."

BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust (BPT) : "No, no. This is a wasting asset. "

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