It's an episode with the culmination of Mastered UI, I guess. In all the truth I personally came together with, DBS when it comes to the narrative, plot and character development is not what I would call an ideal Dragonball continuation or show period. I think a proper example of why Z, DB and even GT show superiority in maturity is how the approach their character growth. While not always consistent, Vegeta did grow from a Villain, a rogue with his own conflicts to a loving father. Pickl-0, Trunks(Including his special) and Gohan went through their own 3 dimensional development(I'd say this more applies to Trunks and Gohan) while still feeling like they are learning from the past. Super has yet to give this to anyone with the exception of Cabba and Super Future Trunks, who are pretty much insignificant to the show entirely. The characters created by Toriyama, who has become an old man at the age of 83(I think) have been put into this endless peter pan time bubble where no one ages and stays the same, perhaps even having mental deterioration simultaneously(Videl, Bulma, 18, Goku, Vegeta and others I forget). Don't worry, this is still on topic and I'll get more to the episode.
This entire arc with tension close almost non-existent proves how much Super made a major mistake in not only putting the show between the end of the buu arc and before the "End Of Z" but adding these insane power ups that never went anywhere and are used for generic convenience despite the concept being unique. In 129 episodes, We have seen over 4+ transformations for Goku, the only character to do so and another copy-pasted "Super Vegeta" form. Why? What was the purpose for the Red god form? What did it do? Blue form? Ultra Instinct? He'll just get another one and keep mastering the form passively like he has continued to do. UI is a fantastic concept, in the same reign of Kaio Ken but taking it from a more realistic martial arts perspective. What has been executed is an overpowered nonsensical form to easily escape properly established writing within the show and to remove tension for "flash". This "form" or "technique" needed to never be used solely for Goku as it has been provided canonically in the show that anyone cam use it. Despite my issues with Super, this could have been a simple change of powering down UI(so it won't be so OP) and giving it to another character, like Vegeta. Let the God Forms be explored and not yet again(Red and Blue) being pushed into the corner so quickly as they came.
As for the episode itself, many of the sentiments I agree with. It's weak. Very weak until the last 10 minutes or so when the momentum kicks in(a problem the anime keeps running into). I might as well not talk too much about it because the content it has given me was very little from the start. Similar to 110 really. Other than the great animation(to be expected), some of the nice snippets of dialogue from Vetgeta/Berrus and the mentions @Asura posted, I have nothing to add.
All I have left to say is that Super needs to finish what it started. Ending the anime on this dull/isolated and tension-less arc would be pretty disappointing as they have to tie into the END OF Z at some point. I'm highly interested on how they are going to now have to explain Goku and Vegeta's current Godhood and Bulla(who is the only great retcon). Well...There would be no point in continuing the show of an alternate GT. If you've reached god-hood, what else is there left to do for the characters except the 2 Buddy and Cop Gods? Anyways, this is the end of my post.
Next episode awaits.