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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:

Build-A-Bear Workshop ( BBW): "I think you gotta ring the register."

Tiffany & Co. ( TIF - Get Report): "They do a lot of business in Japan, and Japan is en fuego, or the equivalent of that in Japanese."

Pfizer ( PFE): "I have to perform an exorcism. I am freeing you from the spirit of Pfizer. .. You are now free to go buy a stock that goes up."

Krispy Kreme ( LSCP): "Could I be more clear about selling it?"

Laserscope ( LSCP): "You come on my show and you ask about a crummy laser company when I have been offering you ELOS ( Syneron ( ELOS))?"

Sirius Satellite Radio ( TMA): "You are betting against Mel Karmazin which Cramer advises against, if you bet against Sirius."

Thornburg Mortgage ( TMA): "A stock that you actually want to buy when the Fed is done tightening. I think that Thornburg's right."

Cree ( SKE): "A semiconductor company that I've always felt was a bridesmaid, never a bride."

Spinnaker Exploration ( SKE): "You in that arb game? We know they got a bid. We are out. We ring the register."

Onyx Pharmaceuticals ( ONXX): After I self-immolated on Onyx? There's no love there at all. I don't like Onyx."

RF Micro Devices ( CD): "You got one long lease in the House of Pain with RFMD."

Cendant ( CD): "I'm choking on Cendant. ... Ther're gonna be four Cendants in another six months, and those parts are gonna be worth more than 17. I'm not backing away, I'm backing up the truck*."

Google ( GOOG - Get Report): "When we get to 450, we'll reassess the pin action. But I'm not leaving it until we get another strike, and this will be my fourth strike in Google."

Altria ( MO - Get Report): "That was a dumb downgrade by Goldman. ... Altria's going higher!"

Commerce Bancorp ( CBH): "I do want to steer you to another one, Wells ( WFC - Get Report). Commerce will not have the earnings power that Wells Fargo does."

Barnes & Noble ( BKS): "I want you to sell Amazon ( AMZN) and buy Barnes & Noble with the proceeds."

Lightning Round


Cramer was bullish on Tiffany ( TIF - Get Report), Syneron Medical ( ELOS), Sirius Satellite Radio ( TMA), Thornburg Mortgage ( TMA), Cendant ( CD), Activision ( ATVI - Get Report), Google ( GOOG - Get Report), Altria ( MO - Get Report), Commerce Bancorp ( CBH), Wells Fargo ( WFC - Get Report) and Barnes & Noble ( BKS).


Cramer was bearish on Build-A-Bear Workshop ( BBW), Pfizer ( PFE), Krispy Kreme Doughnuts ( LSCP), Laserscope ( LSCP), Cree ( SKE), Spinnaker Exploration ( SKE), Onyx Pharmaceuticals ( ONXX), RF Micro Devices ( CD), Talisman Energy ( TLM), China Medical Technologies ( CMED), Gateway ( GTW) and ( AMZN).

*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, Cendant, Commerce Bancorp and Wells Fargo.

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