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Lightning Round: I do not want to be in this group

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:

American Airlines: "My order here is that I like Delta, and then I like Southwest Air and then I like American."

Teekay Offshore Partners: "The only shipping company, and I know it's not bulk, that I'm recommending is NAT which is hanging in there. Nordic American Tanker, I like that yield."

Smith & Wesson: "This is a stock that is too controversial for me to opine on. I do feel like it is doing well, but I need more information."

Party City Holdco: "They should come on the show and say why we should ever want to own Party City, because right now I do not want to party at Party City."

Chesapeake Energy: "Too risky, don't like the balance sheet. We've got plenty of them with good balance sheets, we don't need to go down the food chain."

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Celgene Corp: "A lot of people felt that the Revlimid number was a little bit shy. My charitable trust does not own Celgene, but boy is it ever getting tempting. Perhaps below $110. Why? Because they bought that Receptos and I think that they are going to really reap the benefits. It's just not happening yet."

Carter's Inc: "There is a lot of other ways to play it. I'd rather have you be in Kimberly Clark. Why? Because I think apparel is way too hard for this guy. I do not want to be in apparel, I think there is too much of it in the stores."

Eros International: "Bollywood movies. I've got enough trouble watching how Lionsgate is going down after the close. I am not going to add that to the list of companies that I have to worry about."

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