"Stranger in a Strange Land" is a terrible episode, no doubt about it, but it didn't leave me with the same "what cheap, manipulative, melodramatic garbage did I just watch" feeling that I had after the series finale. I don't get the hate for "Exposť", though. I thought it was a brilliant, very funny way to get rid of two unpopular characters.
Anyway, two more:
Best: "The Deconstruction of Falling Stars"
This was such a tough choice, since the show has a huge amount of fantastic episodes, but what I like about this episode was its original premise of showing the effect the actions of the Bab 5 personnel will have on both the near and far future, of showing how history can be misinterpreted (both unwillingly and willingly) and of course the last scene showing the death of our sun and the fate of mankind was great as well. The only downside of the episode is that it doesn't feature Londo or G'Kar, two of the most memorable characters on the show.
Once again proof of the premise that boxing episodes on sci fi shows always suck.
The Outer Limits (1995-2002 seasons)
With a great script (adapted by Melinda Snodgrass from a story by George RR Martin, no less), a great cast (pretty much every member of the Bridges clan other than Jeff) and a great concept (a scientist playing god over a research project of intelligent alien insects finds out he's in for more than he bargained for), this is pretty much The Outer Limits at its best.
Poorly written sexist garbage that takes gender stereotypes to the next level.