Laurie arresting Veidt is so morally absolute and clean cut it is not Watchmen. I remember thinking that was weird upon first viewing. Might as well resurrect Rorschach. To me that comes off as the writers injecting their own sense of right and wrong which is never what Watchmen was about or "Well, what else are we going to do?" In fact, that letter from Lindelof to Moore just sounds like Lindelof doesn't even get why Moore is so resentful of it all. He seems to characterize him in a superficial grumpy old man way that pop culture has without really examining why which is pretty just. I like Lindelof and all, but an adult man should know better instead of coming off like Wayne's World groveling. He sounds more like a man trying to secure approval from a father figure. It's pathetic and embarrassing. If the guy doesn't understand Moore, makes one skeptical he even understands the text. In hindsight, it's another reductive understanding of the material like the other adaptations, despite it being good. Kind of like V for Vendetta. This show just uses Watchmen things as a means to tell its own story. I don't usually mind that, like the new Halloween movie. But Halloween Ends actually stayed true to the themes of the original. Aside from the ethical considerations of even continuing Watchmen, which should not be done, if you're doing it anyway like this show did, do that at least!