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"Mad Money" celebrated its one-year anniversary Tuesday, and Jim Cramer told viewers that even after a year of "Cramerica" he's still "not about making friends" on Wall Street, but about making his fans money.

"I need more of that love," he said, revealing his sensitive side, adding that it's time to make some money on the love. And with that, he went straight to the phone lines.

A caller wanted to know about 1-800-Flowers ( FLWS), saying that she wanted to send a big bunch his way. While Cramer was flattered, he said he'd prefer soybeans in the form of Bunge ( BG).

And he told another caller that he would stay away from Sepracor ( SEPR) because of recent bad publicity.

A caller wanted to know if Lions Gate ( LGF) will be the production company for the movie about Cramer, or if it's just a stock that he likes. He said that he likes the company because its movie Crash just won the Oscar for best picture, but that he would want GE ( GE)-owned Universal to make his movie because he likes Jeff Zucker.

He said that CBS ( CBS) will be good ahead of March Madness and he believes Disney ( DIS) could hit $30.

"The phone calls are the lifeblood of the show," Cramer said, but while all calls are equal, "some are more equal than others."

Looking back over the past year, Cramer noted that there have been callers who have phoned from the bathtub, who've waited for three days to talk to him, and even who've requested "antipsychotics." There have also been some who put him to sleep, who've forced him to dance and who've serenaded the teacher of "Cram-o-logy."

A caller Tuesday wanted to know if Cramer would buy one or two of the fiber optic stocks he has recommended, or distribute his investment among all the stocks he's mentioned. These include JDSU ( JDSU), MRV Communications ( MRVC), Finisar ( FNSR) and Avanex ( AVNX).

Cramer said that he "likes a good basket," and that he would spread the love among several of his picks.

Cramer, Greenberg Reminisce

For his anniversary special, Cramer brought arch-stock-picking rival and Marketwatch commentator Herb Greenberg to the show.

Greenberg conceded he had been wrong on Hansen Natural ( HANS), advising to stay away from a stock that was at $23 a year ago and that is now at $110.

But Cramer said that he thought Greenberg was ultimately right about Knight Ridder ( KRI). And in return, Greenberg said that the newspaper stocks as a group did worse than he had thought they would.

But making up is hard to do, and Greenberg reminded Cramer of the bad calls he's made in the past, including Dick's Sporting Goods ( DKS).

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on ViroPharma ( VPHM), Advanced Micro Devices ( AMD), Energy Conversion Devices ( ENER), Evergreen Solar ( ESLR), Rite Aid ( RAD), Walgreen ( WAG), Halliburton ( HAL), Domino's Pizza ( DPZ), Allegheny Technologies ( ATI), ZymoGenetics ( ZGEN), Broadcom ( BRCM) and Marvell Technology ( MRVL).

Cramer was bearish on Broadwing ( BWNG) FuelCell Energy ( FCEL), FoxHollow Technologies ( FOXH), Sirius Satellite Radio ( SIRI), Titanium Metals ( TIE) and Texas Instruments ( TXN).

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