Cramer said Kimberly-Clark is exactly the kind of company the market has been rewarding given how well it has been rewarding its shareholders.

Lightning Round

In the Lightning Round, Cramer was bullish on Vertex Pharmaceuticals ( VRTX), US Airways Group ( LCC) and BlackRock ( BLK).

Cramer was bearish on EMC ( EMC), SandRidge Mississippian Trust ( SDT), JetBlue Airways ( JBLU) and Apache ( APA).

Mad Mail

In the "Mad Mail" viewer feedback segment, Cramer followed up on a few stocks that stumped him during earlier shows.

He said Whiting USA ( WHZ), while having a high yield, is not as good as a true master limited partnership that offers both growth and yield.

However, Cramer is a fan of Micros Systems ( MCRS), a company that sells and maintains point of sale systems for hotels, restaurants and retailers. Trading at just 16 times earnings with an 18% growth rate, Cramer said this stock is a winner.

Cramer was bearish on Golar LNG ( GLNG), advising investors to stay on the sidelines. He also panned Western Asset Mortgage ( WMC) and Two Harbors ( TWO), two stocks that are difficult for investors to understand.

No Huddle Offense

In his "No Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer opined on the stunning rise from the dead of Netflix ( NFLX). He said the stars have realigned for the once loved, then hated but now loved once again stock.

According to Cramer, Netflix has just become "too cool" not to have and consumers are clamoring for both the original content the company offers as well as its affordable price point. Customers are not abandoning the service, as many analysts expected, and the company's new programming scheme is leaving the likes of HBO in the dust.

Cramer said what happened at Netflix is a total failure of the analysts, who should have seen at least some of the potential at the company when it was at its most hated point last year.

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