Hopefully this hasn't been discussed somewhere else--I did lots of reading and couldn't find it.
I'm curious what people think about what the hallucinations as indications that we should be wary of certain crew members.
Now, I know that the hallucinations aren't indicative of what these people think on a day to day basis, but nevertheless they are created by their own subconscious. They're real feelings.
Chloe, Matt, and Rush's hallucinations are all understandable--endearing even. Chloe and Matt have intimate moments with family members they have no hope of contacting any time soon (or ever in Chloe's case.) And Rush shows us how deeply being abducted affected him--which I love, because for me it puts to rest the theory that he intended to be abducted and has nefarious motives aboard the Destiny.
It's James and Greer that worry me.
First, Greer. I hate that every time I start to like Greer (especially after we got to see how against all odds he made a decent life for himself) he does something barbaric. You can argue that he really thought that Young was giving him the order to use deadly force if necessary--but in the end it was his own brain that gave that order. This scares me--but there are two saving graces, think: (a) He seems to respect Young as a CO, so IF there was another mutiny I think he would obey an order to stand down. (b) The civilians Mutiny! And under the Uniform Code of Military Justice--even though they're civilians they're part of a military operation so they're subject to the UCMJ--Mutiny is a capital offense. They got off way too easy after trying to take Destiny.
Second, James. She snaps because Matt won't reciprocate her feelings after sexy time and kills the guy. Who knows what might make her snap next. Maybe Chloe has a bad day and *****es her out and she beats Chloe up. At this point, James is the kid at school who is quiet for years and then one day comes in and kills a bunch of classmates. James needs to seek help in the next episode--even if it's just talking to TJ.