So it's been a year since I've read The Stand (read it over Christmas holidays last year), and this is the one SK book that I really, really want to re-read at some point (I'll get around to it when I finish the other 700 novels on my to-do list!). Anyhow, reading these threads here has reminded me of how much I love this novel. So... what are some of you all's favorite scenes/parts of this novel? Mine are: Stu and Tom's journey back to Colorado from Las Vegas. I loved this part of the book. Their struggle for survival during the winter. Christmas morning together. Travelling through the snow covered mountain roads. Beautiful imagery and a wonderful story of Tom saving a dying man. The Kid (ie. the Happy Crappy guy). As horrifying as this little jerk was, his character cracked me up, almost to the point of hysterical laughter at times. He just seemed like this cranked-up, murderous version of little Ricky Nelson from Ozzie and Harriet. And his continuous use of the term "happy crappy" just tripped me out.