By Brian Gallagher For Dailymail. The third episode of Watchmen confirmed the long-rumored notion that Jeremy Irons' mystery character is in fact Adrian Veidt, a. Ozymandias, who was revealed earlier in the season to be 'confirmed' as dead. Another character from the original comics and graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons debuted in tonight's episode, Jean Smart's Laurie Blake, the daughter of original Watchmen hero Sally Jupiter, a. Silk Spectre. In the comics, Laurie had a bizarre and inappropriate romantic relationship with Jon Osterman, a.
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Silk Spectre is the name shared by a mother and daughter fictional superheroine pair who are central characters in the comic book limited series Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. In the early stages of the series' development, the characters were Charlton Comics superheroes and the female superhero was supposed to be Nightshade. The first Silk Spectre was the frizzy-haired, redheaded former waitress and burlesque dancer Sally Jupiter her real last name was Juspeczyk , which she changed to hide her Polish ancestry. She assumed the identity of Silk Spectre sometime around at age 18, in order to advance her modeling career. She became a sex symbol by whom criminals didn't mind being caught or so went her press. She was an action heroine version of a pin-up girl and, even in her old age, she was proud of her sex symbol status, apparently enjoying male attention, as indicated by her reaction to lurid fan letters and her enjoyment of a Tijuana bible based on her much to her daughter's disapproval.
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And, yes, we discussed that big, blue sex toy , her extensive Watchmen monologuing, and where Laurie will go from here. And now Watchmen. Oh gosh. Not that these women are villainesses, but like Clytemnestra and strong women who are in extraordinary circumstances.