To celebrate 900 episodes of Trek, I thought I'd put forth this little question. Or two, really. 1. What is your #1 out of 900? The best, the most awesome, the creme de la creme. And TELL US WHY! 2. What is your #900 out of 900, or 901, or 902, I know it keeps increasing. The one where if you could obliterate one episode from canon, this would be it. My #1: "The Visitor". It tells a story of a father and a son, of grief and trying to move on and failing, of open wounds and sound advice. And Avery Brooks, Cirroc Lofton, and Tony Todd... they all sell it. And you would think it would be kind of odd that 40-something Sisko calls 80-something Jake "my sweet boy"... but I cry pretty much every time he does it. My #900+: "Half a Life". The Not-Z holocaust began with the killing of people deemed useless to society, and that is what this culture runs on. It's like, "Hey, Daddy, I want you to come back home and kill yourself so that your -ING CORPSE CAN ROT NEXT TO MOMMY'S, SO COULD YOU DO IT PRETTY PLEASE?!!" Michelle, you were amazing as Ensign Ro, but your previous appearance... Anything that treats genocide with even a particle of sympathy, deserves the bottom of the barrel here. "Threshold" may be ludicrous, "Code of Honor" may be distasteful, and "Profit and Lace" may be bad in just about every way imaginable. But I still choose this one without hesitation. What are your thoughts? A best and a worst, and don't forget to have fun praising your favorite and pasting your least. And a reminder, we're not going to agree, but let's be civil to each other.