I'm sad that when we finally got Vader it didn't work for me. First of all they shouldn't have had an actual confrontation since the language of ANH clearly has Anakin as the learner to Obi-Wan when they last met, although I can get over that part since Star Wars contradicting itself isn't anything new. Still it would have been far better if Vader was just the scary force that feels like certain death and the protagonists always barely escape a confrontation. That would make it mean even more when Obi-Wan decides to confront Vader on the Death Star. What really didn't work for me was how Vader could lift Obi-Wan with the Force and easily do what he wanted with him, and he could put out the fire that he dragged Obi-Wan through. Then when the woman shoots one stormtrooper and reignites the fire Vader just stands there and watches a droid slowly come and carry Obi-Wan off. He could clearly have easily captured Obi-Wan by doing any of his previous two actions again but he just watches and then walks off. I really hope they have a way to make that make any sort of sense in hindsight since as it stands it was utterly nonsensical. The timeline of Reva beating Leia to the end of the tunnel also felt like it made no sense. Other than that Ewan keeps being great as Obi-Wan and Reva is still too dull to be a main antagonist. This episode had a lot more negative to it than the other two but I'm willing to try to put it behind me for now and hopefully I'll enjoy the coming episodes.