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Lightning Round: The quarter really wasn't so bad

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:

GNC Holdings: "At these levels you might want to buy it ... I'm going to say yes."

International Paper: "This has a very big yield. Remember, my Dad used to sell for them ... It's at 5 percent, but the estimates are too high and whenever estimates are not beaten, stocks go lower. Wait until we see the whites of their eyes."

Harman International Industries: "Carleton English did a terrific piece for Real Money about how it was really I think a poorly received quarter that wasn't so bad. So I think that Harman is OK here."

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Wyndham Worldwide: "Honestly this is a hotel chain that has just been beaten and beaten and beaten ... And you know what? I think it's over done. Me, I want to go the other way. I think Wynd's a buy here."

Prudential Financial: "This stock has been in a world of pain, and I'm concerned that perhaps I don't want to get into a house of pain when Metlife is doing a lot of stuff that I think is far more aggressive, in order to be able to help out the shareholders."

Planet Fitness: "Planet Fitness is actually doing well. But ... I'm not going to go there with a fitness chain. I've lost too much money recommending them over the last decade."

Energy Transfer Partners: "I talked about how my charitable trust owns Google and it owns Facebook. Unfortunately it also owns Energy Transfer Partners. We need Kelcy [CEO] to come on. This has been a very bad stock. We have lost money on it. We've got to own that, I don't want to tell you to own it."

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