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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:

MetroPCS Communications ( PCS): "I was working on a segment on MetroPCS and Leap Wireless ( LEAP) because they seem so interesting, these wireless cards with prepay. And you know what? Leap blew up like you wouldn't believe! ... We've got to see a couple of quarters to see if that segment can reignite again."

Research In Motion : "A lot of times people get in ahead of the split. That's what happened with Research in Motion. ... I always say, 'Be cool. Be cool. Don't do that.' ... Let's deal with the fundamentals rather than deal with the split. Research In Motion is one of my four horsemen," along with Google ( GOOG), Amazon ( AMZN) and Apple ( AAPL). "RIM is ahead of itself. ... On Stockpickr, a lot of people are saying, 'Is this the RIM pullback I should buy?' No. We're going to wait for RIM to pull back more. It's too expensive! ... Then we'll pull the trigger."

Domino's Pizza ( DPZ - Get Report): David Brandon is a "fabulous CEO," Cramer said. "That man creates value. ... Domino's pays the special dividend, and Dean Foods ( DF) pay the special dividend, and both of them are being hurt by dairy costs. ... Brandon will manage it. ... I'd like to pull the trigger on Domino's on this pullback."

DryShips ( DRYS): "I went very bullish on that group. Admittedly, I went late. ... I think that group is good. I like Eagle ( EGLE - Get Report) more because it's got a really big dividend. I don't know. You can buy that on an earnings basis, but I prefer the shippers that pay the big dividends."

RadioShack ( RSH): "We had a real good run there, and Julian Day was doing miracles, but the miracles ran out. ... There were a lot of things he did at RadioShack to make it better than it was, but it's stalled now, and because RadioShack's stalled, I do not want to buy this pullback. ... Best Buy ( BBY) is the only one that I would even come near wanting to buy, but there's no reason to own that. We only like Costco Wholesale ( COST) on this show. We like GameStop ( GME). ... We do not like retail on 'Mad Money.'"

Citizens Communications "I think it will do well. ... All these companies eventually get bought. This is a small, rural wireline company. Wireline business has actually gotten stronger around the country. ... I like it."

Blue Coat Systems : "That company has unbelievable blowout earnings. ... It's a security play, and all the security plays are hot. I even like Symantec ( SYMC) now. You are spot-on with Blue Coat -- even though it's on the high list -- as a momentum play.

VF Corp. ( VFC): "The stock has pulled back ... way too far. ... Retail has fallen so out of favor. They own some retail ... some great brands. ... If you're going to have to own retail that is not Costco and not GameStop," Cramer said, VF Corp. is next on the list.

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