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Melissa Joan Hart is a kiss-and-tell kind of girl.

In an interview with Us Weekly, the actress got downright nostalgic, chatting about "Clarissa Explains It All," her early '90s series and even her favorite on-screen kiss.

Her favorite on-screen kiss, she said, was "probably Adrian Grenier."

"He was the most fun. We had a blast together on [1999's] Drive Me Crazy," she said. "And he's a good kisser!"

But that's not to say that there haven't been others who have impressed with their skills. Balthazar Getty, who she starred with in a short-lived show called "Dirtbags" in 2006, would be "second runner up."

"I've had great [onscreen] kisses. James Van Der Beek and Joey Lawrence, Mario Lopez, now Dean Cain is added to the list," she said, rattling off her movie make-out partners.

"I've had some cuties. They're all big divas, too," she joked. "I like the kind of guy who can get his hands dirty."

The slimmed-down star has been married to musician Mark Wilkerson since 2003. They couple has three children together.

During her interview, she also teased that perhaps we haven't seen the end of her beloved Clarissa Darling character.

"Well, I think people are actually getting a little fatigued on the reboots and I know that the networks are," she said, but added, "I will say that there is — Clarissa — there is some talk about Clarissa, so we'll see which way that goes."

As for any kind of comeback of "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," she said that is not likely something that will ever be tried.

For the next month and a half, Melissa's passion will take her away from the small screen. Earlier in the week, she made political news when she announced that she supported Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and had signed on to be his Connecticut chairperson.

"I want to break away from this two-party system and I think it's important for people to know that there's another candidate out there who really toes the line between Democrat and Republican," the actress told the magazine. "I mean, he's Libertarian. But socially he's liberal, but fiscally conservative."