I understand that all TV shows work on the system of protagonist centered morality, but this episode kinda annoyed me at the end.
Wray and Greer both exposed the bodies of Covel and Michaels to lethal amounts of radiation, despite Telford telling them not to and explicitly saying "you're not in your own bodies." Then when Covel is quite justifiably angered by the situation and tries to save himself, everybody including Rush treat him like the jerkass to end all jerkasses. Young even says to him that he has no choice but to go back and that he has no right to help himself to Greer's body, what about Greer having no right to sacrifice Covel's body?
I understand it was a difficult situation, but if it had been reversed and one of the crew was in Covel's shoes, then doing what he did would be seen as the right thing to do and Greer would have been viewed as the jerkass. Also where does Rush get off taking the moral high ground, he would have done exactly the same thing in Covel's place.
End of rant.