Probably just my reaction to it, but it felt like they treated him like a 1950s stereotype. They could have had him be a normal member of the crew and just go home to another normal member of the crew who happened to be the same sex. You know - like real life?
He didn't seem that stereotypical to me, just a bit of an arrogant dick.
As for Tilly, maybe this is projection by me, but from her sensitivity to smells to seemingly irrationally wanting things to be a specific way, to the way she talked and socialized I was sure she was written/directed/acted as an Autistic but apparently they've said she's not, which leaves me wondering what they were trying to go for with her character, just the quirky/awkward friend I guess.
Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.