Click here for an archive of Cramer's "Mad Money" recaps. Market players can come back from a day like Friday when the Dow was down 366 points by buying the cheapest stocks that don't need to recover, Jim Cramer told viewers on his "Mad Money" TV show on Monday. By cheap, Cramer means stocks that are a bargain relative to their earnings and growth. Cramer's first cheap recovery play is Google ( GOOG). It may sound crazy but he believes Google is cheap at $650, because its share price means nothing. Despite posting "blowout" earnings on Thursday, the stock is still not at its 52-week high and should go higher, he said. "It had an awe-inspiring quarter," with 57.3% revenue growth, he said, noting it has what he calls "scarcity value."