Episode 12 (Bloodlines) is a Teal'c episode. You won't know this if you're watching for the first time, of course, but that invariably means it's going to be shit. I don't dislike Teal'c himself mind you, as a character he's fine. It's just that episodes focused on him tend to be bad. He's definitely more of a supporting character. This episode does introduce an important character who'll be showing up a lot more later though.
The Torment of Tantalus (episode 11) does push the plot forward a little bit, but it's also kind of a slow, anticlimactic episode, so it's a bit of a mixed bag. Mainly it just feels too long. There's a good story there, but it just doesn't feel like enough for a full episode.
I can't tell you how, but I just got access to the secret document that details the names Dwayne Johnson has used and is planning on using for the rest of his career. 1995 to the present is already public knowledge of course, but I've left it in for the sake of completeness.
|1997||Rocky "The Rock" Maivia|
|1999||Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson|
|2000 - 2005||The Rock|
|2006 - 2007||Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson|
|2008 - 2017||Dwayne Johnson|
|2018||Rock "The Dwayne" Johnson|
|2019||Rocky "The Rock" Dwayne Rock|
|2020 - 2021||Dwayney "Dwayne" Johnson|
|2022||Dwayne "Rocky" The Rock|
|2023||Rocky "Rocky" Rocky|
|2024 - 2027||Rocky "Dwayne" The Rock|
|2027 -||Flex Kavana|
I've been pretty critical of the last few episodes, but I actually have some positive stuff to say about Thor's Hammer (episode ten). The main plot doesn't exactly move forward but some interesting pieces are put in place and it's a neat episode.