KRISTEN BELL, "Veronica Mars" and "Homeland"

No. 1, and I'm being honest: You will not be disappointed if you watch any of "America's Funniest Home Videos." It without fail puts me in a good mood. They are on Season 17 or something. I particularly recommend the animal extravaganzas episodes. I have all the seasons on DVD -- not all 17 years but a couple of seasons. If I'm talking serious TV, the first season of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENTTV00000012" title="Damages (tv program)" href="/topic/entertainment/television/damages-%28tv-program%29-ENTTV00000012.topic">"Damages"</a> from start to finish is one of the best television experiences I've ever had. I've never seen a thriller executed that way on television.

( Kristen Bell (Getty Images); Glenn Close & Rose Byrne of "Damages" (DirecTV) )

No. 1, and I'm being honest: You will not be disappointed if you watch any of "America's Funniest Home Videos." It without fail puts me in a good mood. They are on Season 17 or something. I particularly recommend the animal extravaganzas episodes. I have all the seasons on DVD -- not all 17 years but a couple of seasons. If I'm talking serious TV, the first season of "Damages" from start to finish is one of the best television experiences I've ever had. I've never seen a thriller executed that way on television.

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