To the viewer who asked for his views on Sears (SHLD), Cramer replied he believes the retailer has been a short squeeze story for a long time. Sears' comparable store numbers and revenue declines -- both of which he calls "hideous" -- are only part of its problems.
Airlines are taking a hit, another viewer noted, but can Delta Air Lines (DAL) weather the storm? Cramer warned investors off the stock. True, there are still 10 firms that are still very bullish on the airlines, but until that changes, he explained, retail investors shouldn't be.
Cramer also talked General Electric (GE), which he believes is a safe holding and could go to $30, although he acknowledges the stock doesn't seem to be getting there fast enough for investors.
In regards to Opko Health's (OPK) acquisition of Bio-Reference (BRLI), Cramer explained that shares of Opko aren't down on the company's fundamentals -- they're off because the company is issuing a lot of stock. He stressed that he has total faith in Opko Chairman and CEO Phillip Frost, whom he said is building a "soup-to-nuts" pharmaceutical company. That said, Cramer warned that the stock is likely to be under pressure until the deal closes.