Multi-season arcs. I'm intrigued. Doctor Who seemed to try it during Moffat's era but it cratered. He also was showrunner for two different series and having to keep up arcs and all the details between scripts AND seasons is a huge undertaking. If PIC did it right, that would be awesome. "True Q" might be his most forced entry, mostly because the plot is an unashamed ripoff of "The Wizard of Oz", right down to a tornado and Kansas. How many retakes were needed since the actors all deserved Emmy nominations for not corpsing during filming! But that aside, seeing him turn Dr Crusher into a barking mad dog almost makes up for it. :like: It's not my favorite episode but it sure is a heck of a lot of popcorn and wine-sippin' fun. No coin toss for me, those would be my top four as well. Anything on paper can stand or fall on its own. Acting can turn a flop into a win or turn a potential win into a massive fail. It's weird how it appears to work. DeLancie really knew how to make Q come alive. And to have the role develop in good ways.