|Uh, isn't the wooshy thing going to destroy that?|
|In case anyone was unfamiliar with who Thor is.|
|Thor! Thor! Thor!|
Meanwhile, Jack and Teal'c wake up in a cave. Teal'c's Goa'uld is fine, but the beam did cause it pain. And unlike proper Goa'uld hosts, Jaffa cannot live without their Goa'uld. That's going to be a big problem since it turns out that no Goa'uld can leave this cave alive. A hologram of Thor informs them that the host can leave but the Goa'uld will die. This seems like a really bad way to do things, since I can't see many Goa'uld willingly killing themselves just to give their host a chance of living, but whatever.
|I bet the real Thor will look exactly like this when he shows up.|
|I mean, Thor does exist, but he's not here, so...|
|Voiced by James Earl Jones.|
|The red is only there when it's killing Goa'ulds.|
And I can't even see a good reason for the writers wanting to get rid of the device. It was a doorway, in a remote cave, on an alien planet. And with the teleporter at the gate it's even more inconvenient to use - even if you have a captive Goa'uld you've got to bring them to the planet and then trek to the cave and find them and recapture them within the labyrinth. It's not exactly a game changer. I guess that's just how invested '90s TV was in preserving the status-quo.
|That looks like it hurts. You should stop doing it.|
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¹ Those mid-word apostrophes make possessives weird.
² "You're a little short for gods."
³ It seemed like it gave "Unas" as its name but actually turns out that's the name of its host's species.