Aaaaargh - all of the build up and suspense and once again they solve the big problem OFF SCREEN IN THE LAST FEW FLIPPIN' MINUTES!!!!! (I'm being restrained! No, really!)
Why do they have to do that?
I liked the episode in general, some good writing with a pretty good premise. It is just unfortunate that when Teyla gets trapped in a machine that is housing hundreds of survivors of a war, and they get her out somehow, yet that is all resolved during an off screen moment.