In making my way through Season 6, I revisited "Rightful Heir" and "Second Chances" and found that they rank higher on my list of this season's episodes than I initially thought. I always liked them, but found them more compelling this time around. I really appreciated the discussion of faith, Worf's in particular, in the former episode and the strong character moments in the latter. The gimmick of "Second Chances" provides a great way to examine both the Riker-Troi relationship along with Riker himself as a character. I'm glad that there wasn't a side plot of jeopardy to steal focus away in the final act, it really just comes down to our Will Riker accepting aspects of himself that he'd left behind 8 years prior. I love that he gives Tom the trombone at the end and they briefly mention Riker's dad, adding a nice touch of continuity back to season two. Some parts of Season 6 I have found weaker upon revisiting than I did before, but I think these two episodes are granted enough credit for what they accomplish.