Kristen Bell and Ted Danson are returning to TV this fall in the new NBC sitcom, The Good Place, and the two TV vets spoke with ET's Leanne Aguilera at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday, where they opened up about their ideal "good place."
"Doing interviews with her all day long," Danson said, embracing Bell around her shoulders.
"Besides working with Ted Danson every day, which is joy in and of itself," Bell said, "mine would be humid Michigan summer nights when there's a lightning storm."
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While that sounds idyllic, her co-star pointed out that for her ideal good place to be realistic, she'd have to be there with her husband, actor Dax Shepard, and their daughters, 3-year-old Lincoln and 19-month-old Delta.
"As soon as they say cut, she's Facetiming with her two children. It' is non-stop," Danson, 68, shared. "This is Mother of the Year, besides Actor of the Year."
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The two also opened up about spending the weekend at SDCC. Danson revealed that this was his first time at the wildly popular fan convention, but Bell has been a regular for some time.
While the Frozen star and her hubby dressed up as Khaleesi and Khal Drago from Game of Thrones for Halloween back in 2013, she said she wasn't sure it was something she'd be interesting in doing for the Con.
"Maybe one year, but I don't know," she shared. "We got to keep with the times. I feel there aren't as many Khaleesi or Khal Drogos -- because Khal Drogo is, spoiler alert, he's dead."
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After chatting about their show and Comic-Con experience, the pair posed as action figures for ET's exclusive SDCC photobooth, and "Team Good Place" looks pretty awesome, actually.
The Good Place follows Eleanor (Bell), a woman who is killed in a car accident and sent to the afterlife. While meeting with her mentor, Michael (Danson), Eleanor learns that she's been mistaken for someone else with the same name, and didn't do the good deeds that granted her access to this utopia in the first place.
The Good Place premieres September 19 at 10 p.m. on NBC.
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