'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Target, Amazon, Tesla

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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round Thursday evening:

Target (TGT) : "I'm going to take a pass on Target and the dollar stores. It might be time for Amazon.com (AMZN) ."

T-Mobile US (TMUS) : "CEO John Legere is money. Buy T-Mobile."

Weight Watchers (WTW) : "Don't buy."

Tesla Motors (TSLA) : "I can't justify owning it on the financials, but this is a cult stock and people love their cars and the stock."

Ford Motor (F) : "I think they're going to have an OK year. That's a challenged industry."

BP (BP) : "I prefer Range Resources (RRC) or a pipeline like Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) ."

Clayton Williams Energy (CWEI) : "Let's stay away and stick with those that have good balance sheets."

Eaton (ETN) : "I would take a little profit here."

Novartis AG (NVS) : "My favorite is Merck (MRK) ."

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