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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" Friday evening:

Coach ( COH): "Not done going up. ... I'm doing a 'mon back.* I like Coach."

RedHat ( RHAT): "Red Hat be smoking I admit. I was in a House of Pain because they lost their CEO. ... They're kicking Microsoft's ( MSFT) butt. I say buy it."

TiVo ( TIVO): "Dealt a really tough hand. Bottom line is SellSellSell. ... The business is gonna flat-line now that Murdoch has moved away."

DTE Energy ( DTE): "It's a tad boring for me. ... We're about making money, and that's something DTE knows how to do."

Kopin ( KOPN): "Starting to win a lot of defense business. But still a little bit pricey for me."

Charles & Covard ( CTHR): I want you to buy it."

Cerner ( CERN): "That stock is kicking butt and taking names. ... Cerner is best of breed. I can't back away from it."

Halliburton ( HAL): "Hal goes to 70. ... Schlumberger ( SLB) going to 130. Let's call that a twofer."

Activision ( ATVI): "I don't want Activision. I say Don'tBuy."

Bentley Pharmaceuticals ( BNT): "I do want you to sell. This is a very expensive half-generic, half-proprietary drug company."

Carolina Group ( CG): "You need to swap out of Carolina right now and get into Altria ( MO) ahead of the breakup."

Cabela's ( CAB): "I got in that same trap. I thought I was in the House of Pleasure. It was a House of Pain. I don't see Cabela's coming back," with high gasoline prices.

SmithField Foods ( SFD): "I like SmithField. I like PORK ( Premium Standard Farms ( PORK)). ... I don't like the chickens. I guess I'm another-white-meat kind of guy."

Trump Entertainment ( TRMP): "If I thought Donald Trump was a loser and his stock was going down, you think I wouldn't say it? That stock is going higher. I want to buy Trump right here."

NitroMed ( NTMD): "The scripts have not been up to snuff. ... NitroMed is not delivering."

LECG ( XPRT): "Does litigation support. We are unfortunately a litigious society. ... I like it."

Dynegy ( DYN) is a winner with natural gas coming down. I think Dynegy at five bucks is really terrific."

NutriSystem ( NTRI): "I like NutriSystem."

Coldwater Creek ( CWTR): I wish I could have it at 31. At 33, I'm still buying."

Suncor Energy ( SU): "They rock. ... I need you to do a 'mon back."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on: Coach ( COH), Red Hat ( RHAT), Salesforce.com ( CRM), DTE Energy ( DTE), PPL ( PPL), Charles & Colvard ( CTHR), Cerner ( CERN), Halliburton ( HAL), Schlumberger ( SLB), Teva Pharmaceuticals ( TEVA), Altria ( MO), Smithfield Foods ( SFD) Premium Standard Farms ( PORK), Trump Entertainment ( TRMP), Hawaiian Electric ( HE), LECG ( XPRT), Dynegy ( DYN), NutriSystem ( NTRI), Coldwater Creek ( CWTR) and Suncor Energy ( SU).

Cramer was bearish on: Tivo ( TIVO), Herbalife ( HLF), Kopin ( KOPN), Activision ( ATVI), Bentley Pharmaceuticals ( BNT), Carolina Group ( CG), Cabela's ( CAB), Tyson Foods ( TSN) and NitroMed ( NTMD).

*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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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Altria and Halliburton.

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