As a self-proclaimed advocate of the early Jock years, I'm going to go with Barbecue. It pretty much had everything - the Barnes-Ewing feud, JR and Bobby's rivalry for the approval of Jock via his first grandson, Digger's surprisingly charming rendition of the Yellow Rose of Texas, the forgotten Cousin Jimmy and his non-terrific shirt securing a hayloft session with Lucy by acting like a hayseed per Pam's coaching, Ray dancing expertly with a drink in one hand and a pretty woman on the other, Sue Ellen giddily drunk-riding a horse not long after bemoaning her lousy sex life at length to a table of shocked old ladies, deftly alternating between glasses of red and white wine.. everything! The barbecue scenes on site at the largely forgotten first Southfork, the Cloyce Box Ranch, were shot with a sweeping realism - giving you a feeling of being in the center of the action, a far cry from the chintzy LA soundstage of later years. Yep, Barbecue's my favorite (with the near-transcendent Fallen Idol a close second, of course). What's yours?