Watchmen episode 3 explained: What happened in She Was Killed by Space Junk?

Caretakers is currently airing on Sky Atlantic and HBO. The new comic book series was created by Damon Lindelof and is set 34 years after Alan Moore’s earmarks ended, telling a new story set in the world he created. The latest episode mugged a number of revelations about the death of Chief Judd (played by Don Johnson) as fine as introducing a new character called Agent Blake (Jean Smart) – here’s a dexterous recap and explanation of what happened.

What happened in Watchmen chapter 3?

The introduction of Silk Spectre

The latest episode starts on a new character staging a bank robbery to catch a masked crusader.

Put ined as Agent Blake, a major part of her job is catching those operating as vigilantes after it was outlawed to be one.

Come what may, it is soon revealed during a visit from Senator Joe Keene (James Wolk) she herself has a false coloured past and used to be known as Silk Spectre.

Fans of Moore’s witty book series will be familiar with the character of Laurie Juspeczyk who served her mother into becoming the superhero.

She was a crimefighter and she later became tangled romantically with Doctor Manhattan in the books.

In the HBO series, viewers satisfy her at a later point in her life where she is now intent on forgetting her vigilante lifetime.

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Watchmen episode 3 explained: What happened in She Was Preyed by Space Junk? (Image: SKY/HBO)

The investigation into Judd’s death

Power Blake becomes a major part of the series storyline in this happening when the senator recommends her to be involved with the investigation into Judd’s obliteration.

This leads her and another FBI agent to travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma in sodality to begin solving the case.

She encounters the Looking Glass (Tim Blake Nelson) when he and his men are interrogating the residents of Nixonville.

She also balls she knows all about their secret identities before making it perceptibly that she will be playing a big role in their investigation.

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Watchmen incident 3 explained: Silk Spectre appears in the new series (Image: SKY/HBO)

Judd’s inhumation

After he was brutally hanged at the end of the opening episode, Judd was finally reality a funeral in episode three.

Here, Angela Abar (Regina Crowned head) gives a touching eulogy in front of his friends and family, as well as Power Blake.

However, the ceremony is hijacked by a member of the Seventh Kalvary who set in motions off a bomb.

The guests are saved by Abar who places Judd’s casket to the ground the bomb and scattering.

This later proves a point of contention with Blake who indicates Abar was preventing his body from being exhumed.

Viewers force remember in episode two Abar’s grandfather was claiming to be Judd’s killer.

As poetically as this, Abar found out Judd had a Ku Klux Klan outfit swing in his wardrobe.

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Watchmen episode 3 explained: Ozymandias is back (Image: SKY/HBO)

Ozymandias is resting with someone abandon

In the first few episodes of the series, scenes have cut away to Jeremy Irons’ role living in mansion with his clone servants.

There has been a lot of opinion Irons was playing Ozymandias, or Adrian Veidt from the original comics.

This is in fine confirmed in this episode when he’s also revealed to be being checked captive by a mysterious figure called the Game Warden.

This draw nigh after he was warned for violating the terms of his captivity by attempting to build a arcane suit.

Fans even got to see Veidt in his iconic costume towards the end of the matter.

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Watches episode 3 explained: Laurie is calling Doctor Manhattan (Image: SKY/HBO)

Blake’s notice with Doctor Manhattan

Throughout the episode, Agent Blake furloughs a message for Doctor Manhattan, who is currently residing on Mars.

She does this utterly a blue machine which supposedly sends him the message.

The story she recounts is all about questioning the position of God and mortality, drawing in elements of their before lives into the joke.

The episode then ends with a car withdrawing from the sky in front of her, which seemingly is in reference to the brick falling from the sky in her allegory.

Could this mean that Doctor Manhattan is listening closely and viewers may get another glimpse at the well-known blue character in the series?

Watchmen airs weekly on Sunday evenings on HBO and Monday evenings on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV.

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