Stargate SG-1: Disclosure actually was fairly entertaining to watch. It was also pivotal in a sense. In addition, it was the annual clips show, the once per season episode where costs were kept down by having essentially no action except that contained in scenes from prior episodes.
The premise has General Hammond (Don S. Davis) and Major Davis (Colin Cunningham) attending a meeting at which the United States finally reveals the existence of the Stargate to China, France, and England. Also on hand is a contingency from Russia, which already is aware of the Stargate.
The conflict comes from Senator Kinsey (Ronny Cox) who has his own personal agenda. In fact, the mainstay of the hour is the conflict between Kinsey and Hammond. The real fun comes at the end when there is a new element added to the meeting, which I won’t spoil here.
We also get to see and hear a mention of Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks) who was not a regular in season six but who guest starred in 3 episodes and was seen or heard (like here) in most others.
As clips show go, this one did okay and it added that intrigue about other nations knowing about SGC.