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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" Tuesday evening:

Home Depot ( HD): "Has the great misfortune of having to follow a great first act by Lowe's ( LOW)."

Whole Foods Market ( WFMI): "Horrible overreaction by the market last week. ... Whole Foods is a buy and a 'mon back* under 140."

EV3 ( EVVV): "Don't-buy mode until it goes lower, because it's got something the matter with it."

DeCODE Genetics ( DCGN): "This company is losing money hand over fist. Its just taking the money and going into an Icelandic commode."

Rite Aid ( RAD): "It's not just the worst of breed. It's the House of Pain. ... I need you out of it, and I need you out of it now."

UnumProvident ( UNM): "UnumProvident is OK. ... Pru ( PRU) and Met ( MET) have never let us down."

Google ( GOOG): "Google's gonna earn nine bucks a share and belongs at 450."

Syntroleum ( SYNM): "If I owned Syntroleum, I think I would be giving it the boot."

Albertson's ( ABS): "It's an also-ran because it could not beat Whole Foods. ... I need you in Whole Foods."

Arctic Cat ( ACAT): "You, my friend, are gonna swap Arctic Cat for Polaris ( PII)."

Compuware ( CPWR): "This is a stock that defines the use of paddles. I don't think there are enough defibrillators out there to get this stock from 8 to 9."

KFx ( KFX): "I think with oil coming back to 51 a barrel you wanna schnitzel here. You wanna ring the register."

NL Industries ( NL): "They bit the horns off the bull today with that son of a gun. ... I like one thing. I like clean accounting. ... They screwed up the financials, and I don't like that."

Dow Chemical ( DOW): "The most levered company to the decline in natural gas is Dow Chemical, which is why I want you to buy it."

Halliburton ( HAL): "It's the cheapest of the drillers. ... I am not giving up on it. It's really flat-lining for now. I don't want you in there until it goes to 54."

Best Buy ( BBY): "A great Christmastime buy. You should buy it."

Apple ( AAPL): "I want you to stay with Apple."

Lightning Round


Cramer was bullish on Home Depot ( HD), Whole Foods Market ( WFMI), UnumProvident ( UNM), Prudential Financial ( PRU), MetLife ( MET), Google ( GOOG), Kyphon ( KYPH), Polaris Industries ( PII), Microsoft ( MSFT), Dow Chemical ( DOW), Halliburton ( HAL), Aflac ( AFL), Walt Disney ( DIS), Viacom ( VIA), NutriSystem ( NTRI), Best Buy ( BBY) and Apple Computer ( AAPL).


Cramer was bearish on ev3 ( EVVV), deCode Genetics ( DCGN), Rite Aid ( RAD), Syntroleum ( SYNM), Albertson's ( ABS), Arctic Cat ( ACAT), Compuware ( CPWR), KFx ( KFX) and NL Industries ( NL).

*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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