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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:

Covance ( CVD): It's "the arms provider to biotech and pharma. Yeah, they do the tests," Cramer said. "Two thumbs up, way up."

JetBlue ( JBLU): "I like Continental ( CAL) more."

Walgreen ( WAG): "When Walgreen's went to 40," Cramer was saying to swap out of the Wal-Mart ( WMT). "At 46, I'm not as strong on Walgreen." Cramer does like Rite Aid ( RAD), which he finds more attractive after an analyst downgrade.

Bare Escentuals ( BARE): "Ixnay on your Barenay." Cramer prefers International Flavors & Fragrances ( IFF)."

Sky Financial ( SKYF): "Ring the register ... I am going to suggest you buy JPMorgan ( JPM)" or Capital One Financial ( COF), which Cramer owns for his ActionAlerts PLUS charitable trust.

Western Refining ( WNR): "I do not like the refining stocks this quarter. ... I am not going to pull the trigger just yet on any refining company."

Electronic Arts ( ERTS): "I don't trust ERTS here. Mid-40s, only then, pull the trigger. Activision ( ATVI), good trade by Cramer."

Corning ( GLW): "I'm stuck with Corning. ... If you want to be in fiber, you go LVLT ( Level 3 ( LVLT)." If you want to be in big-screen TVs, it's Best Buy ( BBY), Cramer said.

FairPoint Communications ( FRP): "I am such in the end an AT&T ( T) man. So swap out of the FairPoint and go into AT&T."

Toyota Motor ( TM): "I'm not backing away, because they make good cars." Cramer owns it for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

" Blockbuster ( BBI) is a keeper."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Capital One Financial and Toyota Motor.

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