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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up on the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Tuesday evening:

Google ( GOOG): "I would be comfortable buying Google right here, because I think Google is going to hit 350 at year-end."

Paychex ( PAYX): "I think Paychex is good. I still think Automatic Data ( ADP) is better."

El Paso ( EP): "El Paso is fairly valued. Don'tbuyDon'tbuy."

URS Corp ( URS): "You gotta own URS. That's a winner, not a loser. Stay in it."

Lucent ( LU): "It acts pretty darn good given the fact that Verizon ( VZ), SBC ( SBC), Sprint ( S) and BellSouth ( BLS) are all hitting new lows. "

Sirius Satellite Radio ( SIRI): "I think you should be buying Sirius Satellite right here right now."

H&R Block ( HRB): "It doesn't deserve the opprobrium. I would be a buyer of HRB."

Altria ( MO): "I would be buying that stock aggressively for the breakup value."

American Express ( AXP): "I think the stock should be bought."

Cendant ( CD): "I would back up the truck* under 20."

Cypress Semiconductor ( CY): "I think Cypress is in bull mode. I would buy it."

Turbo Chef ( OVEN): "I would stick with the Chef."

Lightning Round


Cramer was bullish on Google ( GOOG), Duke Energy ( DUK), Powerwave Technologies ( PWAV), Automatic Data Processing ( ADP), URS ( URS), Lucent Technologies ( LU), Sirius Satellite Radio ( SIRI), H&R Block ( HRB), Altria ( MO), PetroQuest Energy ( PQUE), Capital One Financial ( COF), Joy Global ( JOYG), Medco Health Solutions ( MHS), Darden Restaurants ( DRI), American Express ( AXP), Cendant ( CD), Principal Financial Group ( PFG), Prudential Financial ( PRU), MetLife ( MET), Cypress Semiconductor ( CY), LSI Logic ( LSI), Texas Instruments ( TXN) and TurboChef Technologies ( OVEN).


Cramer was bearish on Jefferson-Pilot ( JP), Andrew ( ANDW), Paychex ( PAYX), El Paso ( EP), Williams Scotsman International ( WLSC), AmeriCredit ( ACF), Warren Resources ( WRES), NTT DoCoMo ( DCM) and KFX ( KFX).

*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Altria and Lucent.

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