So we're made to believe the Jaffa can be convinced to worship some new false-gods, by a man resembling John Lithgow with a shiny stick. Just because Louis Gossett Jr. is getting a bit old, doesn't mean he would accept a new set of gods, a few short years after getting rid of his last set. I know his character has been set up as a self-righteous bore since he was introduced, but this character shift seems poorly thought out.
Also, Carter's old squeeze turns up as a kid (maybe he could go to school with mini-O'Neill...) conveniently just in time to help with some sub-par 'Outbreak' Ori disease. Guess what? the poor kid has inconvenient brain problems to try and drag out the tension. The Ori remain a campy set of villians despite their great power. Here's hoping the second part is a bit better than this, but my hopes are low.