By Michael Slezak
Updated December 03, 2007 at 08:03 PM EST

Ever read the year-end Best & Worst issue of Entertainment Weekly and feel like your favorites—or least favorites—did not get their due? Well here’s your chance to turn the beat around, so to speak. This year, we’re planning to crown the year’s ultimate pop-culture moment, and we’re letting you decide what makes the cut.

Yeah, it’s a pretty broad question, but we’re game for a broad selection of answers—anything from a live TV event (say, Scorsese winning the Oscar for The Departed, or the whole spectacle that was Idol Gives Back) to decisions that signified larger trends (Amy Winehouse in rehab, Isaiah Washington leaving Grey’s) to news events (my pick: the Hollywood writers’ strike, co-starring Tina Fey, pictured) to great fictional moments (the final pages of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pam running over those hot coals on The Office).

So I’ll ask you again: What was 2007’s ultimate pop-culture moment? Try to limit yourself to just one answer, and please post it by 3 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, December 5. Remember: You’re the only ones who can save us from a tragically blank page in our year-end issue!

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