The only thing that really kept me glued to this episode, was seeing Teal'c's vulnerable side having been blinded by his own weapon when he stuck that soldier.
Rygar was a jerk. But it was interesting to see how this character played out because he was very unreasoning with his beliefs and didn't want to take on aboard a whole set of other beliefs that conflicted with his own. Really hated how he treated Dan and Sam. (I could care less about Jack, most of the time his one off remarks ends up getting him into trouble on his own accord)
The female officer was interesting, she was clearly not as stubborn as her superior was, she was trying to see a different side and maybe try and see that this may not be what he thought it was (and she was right in the end.) She has more brains to listen around her then he was willing too.