I knew those Russians can't be trusted, I just knew it! From the beginning to the end this episode promised to be exciting. And I mean exciting compared to most filler episodes, so not really exciting at all, but still quite pleasant.
First thing we see is Jack, followed by a close up shot of Heineken. I wonder how much SG-1 got paid for that one! Not only do we see Jack, but we actually see Jack at his home. Not in the concrete hole we call Cheyenne Mountain.
Inside is an old guy waiting for Jack. I hate it when old men appear in TV shows als old enemies or friends and suddenly think they can do whatever they want. Glad he turned out to be a Goa'uld, doesn't leave me awake at night!
Nonono, the real exciting bit was near the end, when General Kislev turned out to be a Goa'uld as well! Didn't see that one coming! And guess what? He wants to fire missiles at the US!
Everyone hates the US.