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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:

Hansen Natural: "Hansen is going to split tomorrow. A 4-for-1 split. ... Look for a little pressure the next two days, and that may be when you want to strike Hansen."

Emdeon: "I would sell HLTH which runs Web MD , and move on. Confusing ownership."

Chipotle: "A high-multiple retail restaurant like Chipotle could come under pressure on this very session coming." ... Cramer said Starbucks' comps weren't as good as expected, and that could affect Chipotle.

Qiao Xing: "I'm gonna send you to Qualcomm. ... It's all the way down, but they are the brains behind cell phones. Cramer owns Qualcomm for Action Alerts PLUS , his charitable trust.

Click Commerce: "Why should you own ... when you can own a... Google."

Avanir Pharma: "Some decent value here at 8 bucks. But I felt that way at 12."

Altria: "Even up here I wanna do a 'mon back*."

First Data: "This stock has flat-lined. ... At 44, I can't afford to be bearish on that stock. It's just too cheap."

Northfield Labs: "If you want blood-related products, I'm going to send you to the blue chip of the group, not Northfield Labs, but Baxter."

The Andersons: "I say pull the trigger and get out. ... I think that the Anderson play is over."

NS Group: "This stock is unbelievable. ... makes steel welded products for energy ... sells at only eight times earnings. I think that opportunity would be knocking if it goes down a dollar."

Oneok: "There is no room in my portfolio for OKE. ... I think you just schnitzel your way out of it, a share at a time."

Nam Tai Electronics: "This thing has absolutely no earnings momentum whatsoever. ... I would ring the register."

Arris: "I want you to take profits in Arris Group."

Schlumberger: "This stock is ridiculously underpriced. ...BuyBuyBuy. ... Back up the truck ahead of earnings."

International Game Technology: "Two thumbs up, way up."

Netgear: "I don't really care for."

Ford: "I don't want to end on a negative note by taking a question about Ford ."

Halliburton: "I would buy the stock right here, and then I would stick with it."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Qualcomm ( QCOM), Google ( GOOG), Yahoo! ( YHOO), Altria ( MO), First Data ( FDC), Baxter ( BAX), NS Group ( NSS), Consolidated Edison ( ED), TXU ( TXU), Schlumberger ( SLB), International Game Technology ( IGT) and Halliburton ( HAL).

Cramer was bearish on Emdeon ( HLTH), Chipotle Mexican Grill ( CMG), Qiao Xing Universal Telephone ( XING), Click Commerce ( CKCM), Avanir Pharmaceuticals ( AVNR), Northfield Laboratories ( NFLD), Andersons ( ANDE), Oneok ( OKE), Nam Tai Electronics ( NTE), Arris Group ( ARRS), Netgear ( NTGR) and Ford ( F).

*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, Halliburton, Qualcomm and Yahoo!.

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