Best Above-and-Beyond Answer
Every once in a while, an answer takes the challenge to the extreme. This prize will be awarded to an answer which went far beyond the expectations of the challenge. This could include a code golf answer that brute-forced/proved the shortest program in some language
a graphical-output popcon answer of extreme size and quality
a KOTH answer of high complexity which absolutely dominated the competition
The nominees are:
Nominated by Kevin Cruijssen
To quote the Malbolge docs themselves:
The day that someone writes, in Malbolge, a program that simply copies its input to it's output, is the day my hair spontaneously turns green. It's the day that elephants are purple and camels fly, and a cow can fit through a needle's eye.
And what @KamilaSzewczyk does in the DDoouubbllee ssppeeaakk!! challenge is at least doubly (pun intended) as impressive and insane, thus worthy of being nominated here.
Nominated by user41805
Quoting the first line of the submission,
Regex was never designed to do mathematics. It has no concept of arithmetic.
Nominated by Lyxal
Even though it may seem like it was written in Polish ("When I opened your program, Chrome attempted to translate it from Polish" -- quote from a comment on the answer), this 362MB answer has stuck with me all year as one of my favourites. I've known right from when I saw it that I would nominate it for a best of CGCC category.
Sure, it's over 20 million times longer than the winning Jelly answer, but for such a volatile language such as Malbolge competing in such a task as theoretically diving numbers by 0, It earns it's nomination.
To quote the last line in the answer:
nominated by a'_'
A comment has once been posted in "Tips for golfing in Seed" along the lines of:
... There are only two people who know how to golf in Seed, and both of them decided to not share their tips ...
Kamila knowing how to golf in Seed is unique and supernatural, with no one else other than feersum knowing how to golf in it, since it involves reverse-engineering the Mersenne twister; thus the answer is worthy of being nominated here.