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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:

Zimmer ( ZMH): "I feel like we've missed it. ... It had a nice little pullback. ... Do you mind if I say we wait until it goes under 80 until we absolutely back up the truck?"* Cramer suggested a schnitzel in the meantime.

MasterCard ( MA - Get Report): "There are doubters of MasterCard. There are people that feel their story is done. ... They're wrong! MasterCard goes to 175 before it gets too expensive. Stop worrying about the Visa IPO. We will deal with that when it comes time."

Yum! Brands ( YUM - Get Report): "Most of the growth comes from China. ... Yum! is still, still cheap; 67 goes to 75. At 75, we're gonna take a little off the table, but until then ... we like Yum!"

MSC Industrial ( MSM): "I don't think so. ... I'm not gonna send you to that. ... This is more of a direct marketer and supplier of metalworking. Do you mind if I send you to Reliance Steel ( RS - Get Report)? Your stock is not bad. ... I've got to go with something that I think is a little better." In the end, Cramer gave MSC a BuyBuyBuy and subtracted two Buys.

Weight Watchers ( WTW): "That Weight Watchers is cheap! ... I think that Weight Watchers represents the only real way to lose weight other than lifetime fitness, so I say yes to that." Cramer said that when WTW goes below 50, "I'm backin' up the truck."

Trump Entertainment Resorts : "You know that I lost money for people in Trump. ... I think that this company gets a bid, but I don't think you make any money, so I am going to have to give you SellSellSell."

Mediacom Communications "I have to tell you that if I am going to recommend a cable company, I am going to send you to Time Warner ( TWX) or Comcast ( CMCSA). ... Mediacom is a little speculative for my taste."

eBay ( EBAY - Get Report): "Meg Whitman, love her. Quarter not that good. The only way to save eBay right now is to have it merge with a company that's actually worse-managed than eBay. eBay and Yahoo! ( YHOO) is a match made in heaven. That's the only way I'd stick with eBay." Cramer owns Yahoo! for Action Alerts PLUS, his chairtable trust.

*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 Yahoo!.

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