A man of means who wants to live forever might just have children until his dick falls off. It's plausible.2. Age difference - According to Alien canon, Peter Weyland was born in 1990 which would make him 103 at that time of the Prometheus mission. Vickers looks to be in her mid 30's (Theron is 36) and that would mean that Weyland was in his late 60's or early 70's when she was born which is technically possible but most men aren't having children at that age.
Yea, good observations. ??? Experience and discipline maybe?3. Cryosleep - Vickers is the first to wake and seems to need no assistance after waking, while everyone is is throwing up and drinking fluids. She is also doing push when the others can barely stand. Furthermore, in later movies, the hidden androids also accompanied their human crew members in cryosleep to hide the fact that they were androids.
She has contempt for the whole mission. She likely views the entire crew as expendable, lowly employees but she recognizes that she needs to keep the Captain under control and on her side. Why not use sex?4. Janek reaction - Vickers is cold and strictly professional the entire mission but when the captain jokes about her being a robot, her entire personality takes a 180 and she has implied sex with him. In the Blade Runner universe, some androids were created as "pleasure models" so Vickers could technically be capable of having intercourse with a human. Her actions could have been designed to eliminate any suspicion of the fact that she was an android.
Yes, it's for the old man. He doesn't give a shit about his daughter. You do have a point though.5. The Medi-pod - The Medi-pod in Vickers room indicates that it is calibrated for a male occupant. Most say that this device was for Weyland only but it seems odd that it wouldn't be able to take care of Vickers without workarounds. Unless Vicker's didn't need medical assistance because she was an android.
I missed that. Interesting. Maybe he is programmed not to fight with her. Can I get that for my kids? I'll pay anything.6. Strength - Vickers easily throws David against the wall in anger but androids in the Alien universe are quite strong and this would be quite hard to do for a normal person. The android in the first Alien film needed to be restrained by multiple people when it freaked out.
The old man does treat David like a son. Maybe they were raised as siblings. Maybe Vickers built David? Maybe you have another point.7. David's relationship - David refers to Vickers as "mom" and while this phrase is sometimes used to describe female superiors, it is still odd for David to call her that. Is Vickers an earlier or later generation? Was there something more David's comment about Vickers needing to "Try Harder"? There seems to be some kind of sibling rivalry between the two. This could be seen in the bit where David turns off his camera, preventing Vickers from seeing the Alien control room and she comments about him "cutting her off". David also seems to like to push her buttons and she is not particularly nice to him. Android jealousy?
I don't get your point. How does this indicate anything either way. She's probably dead, maybe not. So what?8. Death - she is crushed to death so we really have no idea how she would have reacted if she was infected or impregnated by the biological threat present on the planet. As far as I know, she was the only one not killed by the Engineer's other than the suicide pilots.
Hmmm dunno9. Intelligence - Is is just me or are Vickers and David the only characters capable of making rational choices?
Why should he spoil it for us by telling us what to think? It kills the mystery.Finally, I don't trust Damon Lindelof and neither should you. Scott tried to dodge questions about Deckard being a replicant as well so really, we will never know unless she is brought back in the Prometheus sequel.