Episode 4 is name Duet not Aurora I think.
This episode was awesome, all the thing with Mckay and Lt. Cadman was great. The therapy sessions was just hilarious and seen Lt. Cadman take controls over Mckay was just fun.
Also love Ronon's introduction to Atlantis, I just love when Weir try to talk to him that was just fun to watch.
I missed the first half of this episode, so I didn't understand how they got combined together, but it was a fun second half.
I normally don't find McKay that funny, but he was excellent in this and I think he has grown on me.
I wonder if McKay and Carson's relationships will develop more quickly now.
As for Ronon, I haven't seen much 'Andromeda' but I agree that if they don't put more into the character he is quickly going to become boring. Being the last of his race makes that more difficult though. They can't find an old girlfriend/ enemy/ mentor/ parents/ lost son.
I think of the three characters, Teal'c has progress a lot more. I think he's not a muscle character only now, he have done many things that have show him more as a person etc. Well, that my personal opinion. To grow hair was the only strange part. Tyr never have the opportunity to grow more since he ended being the bad boy of Andromeda at the end. Let's hope Ronon have more opportunities like Teal'c.
Firstly David Hewlett is incredibly talented - he played Cadman so differently to McKay from her vocalisation to her mannerisms, I could believe she was a different person and not an actor playing two characters.
Zelenka's first time off world (where was he during The Storm?) was adorably cute - i love that they remember most of these characters are scientists and not trained military.
McKay's attempts at flirting were ROTFLMAO, but we knew that from before.
Yes, Ronon is the 'muscle character' but he still made me laugh - especially whilst eating and when Sheppard tried to 'teach' him about the guns. I think the reason Tyr didn't work was cos Andromeda has other 'tough' characters too so that spot's been taken. Teal'c worked cos SG1 don't - Jack may have been the military leader but he wans't ever 'muscle' and the same goes for Sheppard so I think Ronon could fit. Plus i think his relationship with Teyla could be interesting - both of them 'alien' to the rest of the Atlantis expedition, he's the last of his people, she's rarely in contact with hers and they both like playing with sticks. I still prefere Ford though.