Which of the following three sentences are grammatically correct and use commas properly?
1. Jack died peacefully in his sleep, not screaming and yelling like the passengers on his plane.
2.Jack died peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming and yelling, like the passengers on his plane.
3. Jack died, peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming and yelling, like the passengers on his plane.
My intuition is that only the first one is correct. I'm quite sure that the third one is wrong and overuses commas. However, I'm not sure about the second one. My point of confusion concerns the comma before the word "like" in the second sentence. I'm not sure whether placing the comma there is legitimate. When I say the sentence to myself in my head, pausing briefly before the word "like" doesn't seem obviously wrong to me. But I think that the pause before "in his sleep" is unnecessary. So which of these three is right? There can be more than one that is correct, by the way.