Odo learns about his people.
So, first of all – the ‘reset button’ simulation that most of the crew are in for the majority of the episode didn’t bother me too much. It was a nice chance to do something a bit more extreme, and the reset at least made sense and contributed to its own reveal.
Second, the Kira/Odo thing – Kira seems to have changed too much, too quickly. All of a sudden she’s all over Odo (although it’s still relatively subtle). It doesn’t feel earned.
Finally, the end of the episode. There’s a really good idea here, but the actual implementation just doesn’t quite work. The dialogue is too stilted, and the resolution too easy.
334 down, 403 to go.