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Lightning Round: It had a great run, and now it's over

It's that time again! Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on caller favorite stocks at rapid speed:

Amgen: "It's a $127 billion company. Holy cow. No, it doesn't matter because in reality Amgen is not an expensive stock given its pipeline."

Planet Fitness: "That is a very cutthroat business. I know people love health and wellness, but that is too cutthroat of a business. I don't want to be there."

Whiting Petroleum Corp: "I did a piece this morning for RealMoney.com talking about the prospects of a takeover in this and other stocks, evaluating what EOG had to say and it did not come up positive."

Papa Murphy's Holdings Inc: "We had a great run in that one, and then it's over. Now it's back to Domino's. That is the one that is the most consistent."

General Dynamics: "What a quarter! General Dynamics had a beautiful quarter. It was just crystal clear that a lot of people thought that the private plane business was going to be bad for them. A lot of people got caught shorting it. General Dynamics is good."

Chimera Investment Corp: "That's another one of those that is like a mortgage play that we can't really tell what they own. I'm not there for that."

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SunEdison Inc: "I'm doing a special takeout on SunEdison and now especially because they are doing that deal with Goldman Sachs. I'm trying to learn a little bit more about the way it works and why we got it wrong the first time, frankly."

Affymetrix Inc: "I got Celgene, I got Biogen, okay. I like Regeneron and I like Gilead. I'm going with the four horsemen, that is what we are sticking with."

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