Despite a glaring plot hole (just vent the atmosphere until they pass out...) and the pulsar coincidence, this episode was very entertaining. The investment the writers made in characterization are beginning to pay off, allowing a level of complexity in the decisions being made that the black and white oversimplified Stargate shows of the past couldn't rise to. If not for the sloppiness of the aforementioned plot holes that could've been eliminated with a little more creativity, I'd have given this episode a perfect score. By Syfy standards, these oversights were trivial. Often a show takes a while to find its rhythm, and I'm hoping that the balance will not swing too far back to some of the earlier "saying goodbye" episodes.
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