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

Hershey (HSY) : "Stay long Hershey, it's a great long-term situation."

Nvidia (NVDA) : "I'm fine with Nvidia, I like it."

Accenture (ACN) : "I didn't think the quarter was that bad. I'm a buy, buy, buyer!"

Cheniere Energy (CQP) : "I like Cheniere, it's got a good dividend yield." 

Inovio Pharma (INO) : "It's not bad, but it's a speculation stock." 

Emerge Energy Services (EMES) : "No, we've got Schlumberger (SLB) instead." 

Seaspan (SSW) : "I do not recommend tankers or container ships." 

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