Sarah Brannen and Drew Meekins
Favorite performance: Again, it seems impossible to pick just one. We immediately thought of Kim's and Ten's free skates at the world championships. Both were superb programs superbly performed, one by an Olympic champion making a comeback, the other by a young rising star finally delivering on his early promise. Add to that Aaron's electrifying free skate at the U.S. championships
and Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov's incredible free skate at worlds, surely one of the greatest pairs free skates of all time.
Biggest upset: All the big upsets seemed to happen in men's events this season. Ten's silver at worlds and Aaron's gold at the U.S. championships were amazing.
Even more surprising was Reynolds' gold at Four Continents, so we'll give him the "biggest upset" nod.
Favorite breakthrough performance: Aaron at the U.S. championships, going from eighth in 2012 to first in 2013.
Aaron on the quad: "Anyone who tries it is a warrior."