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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:

JetBlue: "After the shoutout, you hit me with that downer? SellSellSell."

New Century Financial: "I don't trust it. I am skeptical."

Motorola: "Now there's a problem with the Razr. It's always this, it's always that. I'm sticking by Zander CEO Ed , but it's by a thread. ... I'm giving it a tepid BuyBuyBuy."

Silver Wheaton: "You want silver? ... The only silver we endorse ... is Pan American Silver."

" Corning is a stock that goes up in giant increments and then pulls back ... now in a pullback phase. In a pullback phase, you need to do a 'mon back* phase."

Lucent: "How can you wreck my week like that?"

St. Jude Medical: "Why would you do a 'mon back on a stock that hasn't ... had a big decline lately?"

Genentech: "Under 80, we go real positive."

Rackable Systems: "You know that the Rackster placed 7.5 million shares at 39 smackers. ... It is in the end, the best in show ... and I want you to do a 'mon back if they sell any more at that level."

Texas Regional Bancshares: "I'm putting a sell on it" because it sells at more than two times book.

Lyondell Chemical: "Right around the corner is DuPont," Cramer told the caller from Delaware. ... "Buy DuPont."

Taiwan Semiconductor: "Under 10 I want to buy it. I also like Micron."

PDL BioPharma: "... won't bless it until it goes under 30."

Microsemi: "Ixnay on the Microsemi and yesnay on the Broadcom."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Motorola ( MOT), Pan American Silver ( PAAS), Corning ( GLW), St. Jude Medical ( STJ), UnitedHealth Group ( UNH), Genentech ( DNA), Rackable Systems ( RACK), DuPont ( DD), Taiwan Semiconductor ( TSM), Micron Technology ( MU) and Broadcom ( BRCM).

Cramer was bearish on JetBlue Airways ( JBLU), New Century Financial ( NEW), Silver Wheaton ( SLW), Lucent ( LU), Nuance Communications ( NUAN), Texas Regional Bancshares ( TRBS), Lyondell Chemical ( LYO), PDL BioPharma ( PDLI) and Microsemi ( MSCC).

*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 Motorola and UnitedHealth Group.

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