Jim Cramer's Top Stock Picks: DRI PCLN OPEN DIS FUN INTC

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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here are some of the hot stocks Jim Cramer talked about on Friday's Mad Money on CNBC:

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Darden Restaurants (DRI): Cramer is expecting fireworks next week during the restaurant company's earnings conference call because activist investors want the heads of management.

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Priceline (PCLN): Buying OpenTable (OPEN) can broaden Priceline's business model, which will only enhance the convenience for its users.

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Walt Disney (DIS) and Cedar Fair (FUN): Rising gas prices could hurt but Cramer says these amusement park companies are the kind of stock parents buy to keep for their children.

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Intel (INTC): Cramer is thrilled this technology company once considered washed up has come back to life.

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-- Written by Margo D. Beller in New York.

At the time of publication, Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS had no position in stocks mentioned.

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