This has to be one of the worst Stargate episodes I've seen to-date in terms of the overall "feel" of the show.
Throughout the series, General Hammond has always been understanding, and willing to explore. For the most part, so has Colonel O'Neill, though that has noticeably gone downhill in Season 4. Nevertheless, in this episode, we see both of them become positively mercenary in spite of the fact that they unwittingly attacked the Entity's home planet.
Then there's Daniel, who apparently has objections to their course of action when it comes to trying to destroy the Entity, but happily shuts up when told to do so, and doesn't complain about their actions in the slightest during or after the fact.
And should I even mention the various things like computer programs expanding into people, people emitting lightning bolts, and personalities surviving inside a computer only to be wishfully transferred back to the original human by a couple of electrodes?!?
UGH! I thought Stargate was better than this!