DS9: Can't say. It was the only Star Trek series I never really got into.
Voyager: Tossup between "The Doctor" and "7 of 9"
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I'm gonna go off the beaten path here and say that Garak (from Deep Space Nine) is my favorite Star Trek character. You gotta love a character who once said, "I never tell the truth because I don't believe there is such a thing" and "Telling the truth is often an excuse for a lack of imagination."
Out of the five captains, I'd say Sisko is my favorite by far. He's got so many aspects to his personality. He can be gentle and diplomatic when the situation calls for it, and can be a bad-ass when he needs to be, too.
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Picard. In particular, the episode "Family." His breakdown in talking about what happened with the Borg after the physical confrontation with his brother is one of the greatest performances I've ever seen, and Patrick Stewart still managed to make it seem believable that Picard would just lose his stuff like he did.
Barclay comes a very, very close second.
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