Nope, still not a fan of the theme of the episode. Watching someone with auditory and visual hallucinations, and paranoia to boot, is literally so close to home that it makes me uncomfortable watching the episode. It gives me that unsettling feeling that I'd rather like to ignore -- when real life is reflected I'll take a pass. K, thx!
Anyhow, it's an interesting episode where we learn that Kelona cares more about killing people than talking diplomacy and saving their own, and others. It's a bit annoying that we never get to see the representatives of the other two nations, which makes it a copy of The Other Side -- less with the genocide though using a naquadria bomb probably ticks all the same boxes.
Command learned their lesson though so that's a positive note. And poor Jonas, naquadria continues to take everything he holds dear away from him one way or another.
How would you rate SG-1's "Shadow Play?"
Fair -- not a fan of the episode. Was actually dreading to watch it, hence why it took me so long to do so.