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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" Wednesday evening:

Hershey: Cramer says that with "Uncle Ben" turning into Dr. Feelgood, Hershey may not do as well. He likes it "only if we get a very strong employment number on Friday."

" Sirius needs to combine with XM. Without a combination of the two, we are in a Pyrrhic situation. I think that XM and Sirius need to get together."

Nektar Therapeutics: "I think that Nektar is going to have one heck of a bad quarter (due to the Exubera pushback), and don't pull the trigger on it until it does."

Gol: "I think that GOL is good. ... Did you notice that AMR and Continental were both up today? ... These stocks are in bull mode. ... I want to own them all (the three airlines he mentioned)."

Oracle: "I think that Oracle at 14 1/2, I would take profits. ... Don't buy it if you don't own it, and sell it if you do."

Grey Wolf: "Should have hit a 52-week high today. ... There are whole rigs being shipped to Saudi Arabia. ... We get two cold days, heaven forbid, and Grey Wolf sees 10."

Edgewater Tech: "Do you mind that I send you over to Accenture?"

DirecTV: "May I send you to News Corp.? News flash, Cramer recommends News Corp."

Con Edison: "That 5% yield looks awful sweet to me. ... Don't forget the Exelon. ... And for you out there who are risk-prone, I send you to TXU."

Ladish: "Down a buck 89 today. I gotta crack the whip on this group. ... How can I recommend Ladish when I got Boeing on sale?"

Pepsico: "Today, held on like a champ in a down day for the market . I think it was because of the buyback. I am sanctioning Pepsi."

Chesapeake Energy: "It's flat-lining at 30, my friend. ... I'm sending you lock, stock and barrel to Devon, which I now like more than Chesapeake."

Rite Aid: "You stick with it. The bears were swarming all over that thing. ... The company's not as bad as it used to be."

J. Crew is a bargain. ... This stock is still cheap. ... I would buy J. Crew right here, right now."

Pan American Silver: "I'm gonna bless it, but remember, speculative play."

Sony: "It goes higher."

Exxon Mobil: "I think it's a bank masquerading as an oil company." ... Instead, Cramer offered Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Occidental Petroleum. "You stay with the oil stocks, the majors."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on GOL Linhas Areas Inteligentes ( GOL), AMR ( AMR), Continental Airlines ( CAL), Grey Wolf ( GW), Accenture ( ACN), News Corp. ( NWS), Consolidated Edison ( ED), TXU ( TXU), Boeing ( BA), Pepsi ( PEP), Devon Energy ( DVN), Rite Aid ( RAD), J. Crew ( JCG), Pan American Silver ( PAAS), ConocoPhillips ( COP), Occidental Petroleum ( OXY), Chevron ( CVX) and Sony ( SNE).

Cramer was bearish on Sirius Satellite Radio ( SIRI), Nektar Therapeutics ( NKTR), Oracle ( ORCL), Edgewater Technology ( EDGW), DirecTV Group ( DTV), Ladish ( LDSH) and Chesapeake Energy ( CHK).

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