"Tapestry," the 15th episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation's 6th season, debuted on February 15, 1993, or a mind-boggling 23 years ago today. The hour found Q giving Captain Picard the opportunity to revisit the moment from his youth that he most regretted. Picard, in fact, altered past events, then realized the folly of doing so, as they made him the man who grew up to captain the Enterprise. In the end, viewers -- and Picard himself -- weren't quite sure if the events of "Tapestry" ever actually happened.
-- What does "Tapestry" have in common with "First Contact," "Symbiosis," "Sub Rosa" and "Liaisons"? They're the only five TNG episodes without a stardate.
-- The episode tied with "Time's Arrow" -- with a 13.8 Nielsen rating -- as the second most-watched episode of TNG's sixth season. For the record, "Aquiel" was tops.
-- The character of Penny Muroc got her name from an older woman whom Moore had once dated.
So, what were your favorite "Tapesty" moments or memories?