This is what google has to say:
The search results yield loving comments like
[I] hope [the monster] eats half of the crew and the rest die in a fire.... which really speaks for how utterly SGU fails to evoke even basic sympathy for the characters, evoking less emotion than the struggles of 20x20 pixel sprites.
So why do I claim that this universally jeered at TV-show is awesome? At first, I watched it, and during each episode I thought "why am I watching this crap?". When the episode was over, I thought "why did I sit through that crap?". Then the answer struck me: So I could discuss with others how bad it is. For once, everyone agree on something. Nobody likes SGU.
This show is so blatantly bad that everyone can be a snide critic without spending hours on TVtropes learning the cliches. And being snarky is fun, especially with friends, heckling together against a common enemy. SGU brings people together. People meet to discuss how bad it is, offline and online. Whether or not you like sci-fi or the stargate franchise in general; you'll definitely be able to join in hating SGU.
A SGU shot game doesn't need rules. The show makes you want to kill your brains on a regular enough basis as it stands. And that is why I love it.