Around Halloween some of us here usually post about some of our Halloween/scary type Star Trek episodes that are good to watch around Halloween. And there are quite a few, some maybe with only a loose scary or spooky quality but at least in the family. I was curious to see what people might think would be a good episode or movie to watch around the holidays. There are only two overt mentions of Christmas I can think of. One, of course, is Star Trek: Generations which depicts a Christmastime scene. The other was a mention of a Christmas party in the episode "Dagger of the Mind". But that really doesn't qualify because it's just mentioned, there's pretty much zero theming beyond that. Voyager's "11:59" is another potential possibility, though that's more of a New Years story. But it has that Hallmark or Lifetime Holiday movie feel about it so why not? So this isn't really so much about Christmas directly. But are there any that might qualify in the sense of a feel-good story? Or a good-will toward man type of story? An episode that captures the best parts of this time of year of giving, generosity, that sort of thing. One for me that might come to mind is the season finale of Discovery season 2, "Such Sweet Sorrow." Why? Because the crew of Discovery make a sacrifice to remain with Burnham. They decide to make a self sacrifice so she will not be alone. And Hugh decides to stay on as well, that he couldn't leave Stamets forever. And Spock and Burham make amends. While obviously not a Christmas episode in any strict sense, it captures the spirit of the season in a number of indirect ways. People giving of themselves to help or show their love. Any others that come to mind?