TheStreet.com TV delivered a little taste of everything this week, from coffee stocks that provide a dividend jolt to a shocker stock from Jim Cramer's portfolio.

Take a look at the editors' choices of the videos of the week, and let us know what you think by

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Buy 'Dick Cheney Stocks'

Nov. 13, 2008

Although Obama and Biden are in and Bush and Cheney are out,

RealMoney.com

contributor Dan Dicker says buy oil-service stocks, not green stocks.

Retailer Jackpot: The Young and the Carless

Nov. 13, 2008

American Apparel

(AAP) - Get Report

CEO Dov Charney shares his dirty little secrets about his company, the consumer and the country in this interview with

TheStreet.com's

Kristin Bentz.

Penguins Could Be Disney's Saving Grace

Nov. 13, 2008

By expanding the online world of Club Penguin into must-have toys for kids,

Disney

(DIS) - Get Report

could find the cheer every retailer is looking for during one of the worst holiday seasons in history.

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Shocker Stock of the Week

Nov. 12, 2008

Stephanie Link, director of research for the

Action Alerts Plus

Portfolio, unveils the shocker stock of the week and explains why it's safe even without a dividend in this interview with Alix Steel.

Battered Bank Stocks Could Pay Off

Nov. 12, 2008

Brett Hammond, chief investment strategist at

TIAA-CREF

, says investors should forget the past and look for opportunities in the financial and health-care sectors. Gregg Greenberg interviews him.

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Get Your Coffee and a Dividend

Nov. 11, 2008

David Peltier, portfolio manager of the

Dividend Stock Adviser

, says companies like

Starbucks

(SBUX) - Get Report

are out but other fast-food coffee chains have the right price and the right dividend.

Automakers Driven to Beg

Nov. 11, 2008

Dylan Ratigan, host of

CNBC's

"Fast Money" and "Closing Bell," tells

TheStreet.com's

Debra Borchardt why the automakers don't deserve a handout from the government.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.