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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" Thursday evening:

Chesapeake Energy: "I would swap out of Chesapeake common and go into Chesapeake preferred. Four percent yield. Better deal."

Apple: "There was a bear raid of magnificent proportions today ... and it worked. Buy Apple Computer."

LifeCell: "Do a 'mon back* on this regenerative tissue play that I think has a bright future."

Palm: "'Mon back right here, right now."

Gap: "Looks like it's being hung at the 18 level. Nothing cooking."

Citrix: "The stock's at a 52-week high but I think it's going higher."

Allied Waste: "Fifty-two week high. The waste management business is coming back."

Ameritrade: "Going back to where it pays a $6 dividend. I like Ameritrade, I like Schwab, I like E*Trade."

Peabody Energy: "BTU remains my favorite coal stock and I reiterate it right here, right now."

Smurfit-Stone: "Two thumbs up."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Chesapeake Energy ( CHK), Apple ( AAPL), LifeCell ( LIFC), Energy Transfer Partners ( ETP), Palm ( PALM), Avista ( AVA), Blackboard ( BBBB), Pain Therapeutics ( PTIE), Kulicke & Soffa Industries ( KLIC), Citrix ( CTXS), Allied Waste Industries ( AW), Ameritrade ( AMTD), Charles Schwab ( SCHW), E*Trade Financial ( ET), Peabody Energy ( BTU), Arena Pharmaceuticals ( ARNA), Smurfit-Stone ( SSCC) and Costco ( COST).

Cramer was bearish on BioMarin Pharmaceutical ( BMRN), Gap ( GPS) and True Religion Apparel ( TRLG).

*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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