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No. Don't get me wrong, I haven't leaped head first into the TCW bashing, I've thought it through, and I feel that it was more than simple incapacitation. Watched it through again, and I didn't hear the word incapacitation. Granted, it may have slipped through my tenuous grasp on reality, but I feel not. At best, the Daughter asks, 'why did you do that to Father?' (Not a direct quote) and while that leaves it open to interpretation, I interpret it to mean he was dead - owing to the hint of grief, not just anger, on the part of the Daughter, and why she'd show Obi-Wan the dagger. Surely it would be out of the real of impossibility for someone as powerful as the Daughter to revive someone? We can do that on Earth with smelling salts.
Methinks I'll have to watch it again, just to see the ending, and their reactions to when they see their revived Father. I have a bad feeling about this.
I am a Star Wars fan. That doesn't mean that I hate or love Jar Jar. That doesn't mean I hate or love Lucas, or agree or disagree 100% with him. That doesn't mean I prefer the PT over the OT, or vice versa. That doesn't mean I hate the EU, or even love all of it (or even read all of it). These are not prerequisites. Being a man is not a prerequisite. Being a geek is not a prerequisite. The only prerequisite is that I love something about Star Wars. I am a Star Wars fan.