We need not address the numerous other arguments advanced on behalf of the appellant, with one exception. It was improper of the trial judge to ask the appellant if he knew of any reason why the complainant would make up the things she testified about.
 This court has held repeatedly that it is an error to call upon an accused to comment on the credibility of his or her accuser. See, for example, R. v. L.L.,  O.J. No. 2029 (