1. I think I have only seen The Cage of TOS, so that one. It sticks with me the most anyhow.
2. Andorians. They're like the Klingons of the Federation, and like the cold (like me!)
3. Voyager. It was a pleasant atmosphere, akin to a village (unlike the Enterprise D, which was more comparable to a city)
4. Janeway, she tried her best to hold up Federation values in an impossible situation, and although she did not always manage to do so, she generally did her job damn well. Also, Voyager was on tv a lot in the years after my mom died. Looking back on that time, although I wasn't really depressed or anything back then, watching Voyager certainly was one of the highlights of every day life for me and subconsciously did help me through that loss (as did TNG btw), so although not my favourite series, that ship does have a special spot in my heart.
5. Naomi Wildman fearing for her mother's life. There were more children who lost a parent in the series, but they were usually just there for one episode, or it was something of the past. Naomi Wildman was more of an established character.
6. This is a hard one. I think when Leeta decided she wanted a relationship with Rom. Always having had a very negative self-image, that kinda gave me... well, not hope, since I know it's just a script and not real, but it was nice to see. You go, Rom!
7. Measure of a Man, I think. It has everything I love about TNG. Moral questions, Data researching his humanity, and an epic Picard-speech.
8. The Dominion. Aside from the awesome battle-scenes the Dominion War provided, they were also so incredibly different from the Federation. There are no similarities, they are different and you don't belong to them, so you either wage war until you surrender, or die. Of course, he different solution was found, but it was not by finding similarities and building on those that the peace was gained.
9. Garak and Martok share this spot. Both are awesome, in different ways.
10. Dukat killing Jadzia. She was a main character for almost six full seasons already. I just did not expect that. Tasha was only there for one season, so that impact wasn't as big, and Kes I was more annoyed at - I wanted more episodes of her, and I wanted to see her interact more often with Seven. But Jadzia, that was just, you know, properly shocking to me.
11. Transporter room operator. Having my own spot, doing my own thing, making sure everything there is up to specs, and still being able to see most of the interesting stuff going on.
12. Captain. I'd so mess up important things. I would probably start a war with the Tholians for accidentally offending them or something.
13. In the Pale Moonlight. Moral dilemmas, Garak being Garak, Romulans dying, Sisko being badass, what more could one ask for, really? Seriously though, this episode is awesome.
14. Don't really have one, I think. If I really had to choose, Voyager's last episode, if Admiral Janeway going back in time to get Voyager back home earlier counts.
15. Kira. She was in a very odd situation. She belong to one organisation, her commanding officer is from a completely different organisation, and on top of that, said commanding officer holds a place of religious importance on her homeworld, who she wants to serve from a religious position, but has to serve from a military position. She had to balance all that, plus that she undoubtedly has mental issues from fighting to free her homeplanet all her life and gets sucked into a new war (in which she both fights and assists her former oppressors), and still managed to do her job properly. Also, two of her boyfriends died and the third one was a collaborator for a little bit, and then had to leave to do his part in gaining peace. So yeah, Kira is the best First Officer. Fight me.
16. Does it need saying? I currently have 9765 hours in STO, so that one, I guess.
17. I'm not much of a reader, so can't really answer this one.
18. Klingons, of course. They're the metalheads of Star Trek.
19. At first I wanted to say Author Author, since it's in the same vein as TNG's Measure of a Man, but I think I'll go for Shattered instead. It's one of the later episodes where Chakotay gets to shine (he's awesome and really did not get enough episodes centered on him as the series progressed), and it showed Voyager in different eras of their journey, with some nice throwbacks.
20. Morn. I never shut up!
21. Neelix, I think. He's not a bad character, just the most annoying, more so than Quark even.
22. Don't really have a favourite trek film. I'm more focussed on the series.
23. Replicator. Any kind of food I'd want while having to do only the bare minimum amount of effort for it! How great is that?! I would get fat so fast if I had one.
24. Voyager. It was able to survive pretty damn well for multiple years away from Federation territory.
25. Don't really have a favourite ENT episode, I think. Two come to mind currently. The one where Tucker got pregnant, and the one where Porthos was sick. So one of those, probably.
26. Bajor. It seems like such a tranquil place (when there is not being fought anyway). I can imagine why Sisko was planning to live there.
27. No one. I wouldn't date anyone who's taste in men is so bad they'd go for me. :P Nah, just kidding, I just don't know.
28. I.K.S. PltSa'Chab - because, pizza. 'Nuff said.
29. Kinda stereotypical, but "It is possible to commit no mistakes and still lose. That is not a weakness, that is life." Mostly because it's such a good thing to keep in mind.
30. DS9. Awesome battle scenes, and lots of Klingons.
31. Haven't really seen any Star Trek parodies, so I'll go for my favourite Discovery character instead. Which is L'rell. She's not only awesome, she's hot as well, and her outfit in Such Sweet Sorrow is epic!