No Exit, or my preferred title, Info Dump, is about as boring a show as you can probably imagine. There is absolutely no drama or tension in this episode. No, scratch that. There is a little of both, but it's so hard to find it over the huge information dump that it barely registers. So let me help you find it.
Anders, who last week was shot in the head, is struggling to survive. As a fortunate happenstance of getting shot in the brain, he's starting to remember everything about the Final Five's life on Earth. He gathers the other three together for story time. So where's the drama in this info dump? Quite simple: will Anders finish the story before they have to remove the bullet from his brain? Will he die before he gets to the good part? We'll never know (until next week)!
We found out at the end of last episode that Galactica is showing a lot of stress from battle damage. I have to admit, the tension was hard to find - but it's there. When the Chief offers to use Cylon biotechnology to fix the dying ship, The Old Man flat out refuses and insists on an entirely human crew. Eventually he relents after seeing how much damage there really is (and after learning construction crews cut corners in the first place), and allows Tyrol to proceed with using whatever methods necessary to repair the ship.
Oh, in case you missed it, the tension was between Admiral Adama and Chief Tyrol about whether or not to use Cylon technology. See what I mean?
Anyway the episode was satisfactory enough in that it gave us some more information, but nothing really happened. Hoping next episode is better.
Oh dang, I almost forgot the best part of the episode: John Hodgman as himself playing a brain specialist. He was awesome.