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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:

Zimmer Holdings ( ZMH): "The quarter was not a good one, and it frankly surprised me that it wasn't a good one, because this company has consistently, consistently delivered good numbers. ... Zimmer is too good a company to be kept down for too long ... but you're going to be in the doghouse for a while."

Jack in the Box "I'm staggered. This is a company that got upgraded this week. It is doing terrifically, but remember the groups I said -- retail and restaurants -- don't work anymore. ... I didn't think it would apply to Jack in the Box. That's how bad this market is." Cramer recommended it if it opens down on Monday but not if it opens up.

Manitowoc ( MTW - Get Report): "This stock has just been hammered unfairly. ... We've got to wait till it settles, and it's not going to settle, because it's still in freefall." Cramer recommended it under $70. "Let it come down more, and then we'll pull the trigger."

Woodward Governor : "This week, we had an unbelievable quarter. ... It didn't matter, because the market was still bad. But you know what? That's in the bull market of aerospace. It's in the bull market of infrastructure." So, Cramer said, he still like it.

Sears ( SHLD): "Everybody's decided ... it's too hard. ... This company is in a tough, tough bind. As is Home Depot ( HD), as is Lowe's ( LOW). It is not worthless, though. People are trading as if it's been left for dead. ... I am not giving up on Eddie Lampert. Let everyone else give up. I am not. I'm with him." Cramer owns Sears for Action Alerts PLUS, his charitable trust.

" Alcoa ( AA - Get Report), like a bunch of other stocks ... were rumor stocks. It did not get the bid in the end." Cramer said he still thinks Alcoa could get the bid, but for now, "it's trading only on fundamentals. On fundamentals, it's worth $35. ... I got too greedy on Alcoa."

Toyota Motor ( TM - Get Report): "Long term, Toyota's the winner. ... In 2010, this company's going to own the world. Now, if you can't take the pain between now and 2010, by all means, go buy a mutual fund." Cramer owns Toyota for Action Alerts PLUS.

Macy's ( M - Get Report): "They've all given up on Macy's. ... Me? I don't know. Terry Lundgren's pretty good. .... I'd rather pull the trigger. I'd rather run toward what looks like a house of pleasure."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears and Toyota.

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