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  • Bakeries
    • Milk & Hanoi Bakery
      • Angela Abar's bakery. "Opening soon". Actually a cover for her masked vigilante headquarters. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
  • Banks
    • National Bank
      • Bank in Tulsa. "Our banks are clean and safe and family oriented and we keep the riff-raff out." (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Eddy's Bar
      • Bar. (Season 1 episode A God Walks into Abar)
    • The Iberian Pig
      • Bar near the The Blue Booth Network in Tulsa, a public phone booth intended for the public to send messages to Dr. Manhattan on Mars that Laurie Blake uses to tell a joke about the past. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • The Square Pub
      • Bar near the The Blue Booth Network in Tulsa, a public phone booth intended for the public to send messages to Dr. Manhattan on Mars that Laurie Blake uses to tell a joke about the past. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Hair Salon of Thanh
      • Beauty salon in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Beverages-Milk
    • Farm Fresh Milk
      • Generic milk served along with Happy Harry's Smiley-O's, the cereal tested with children in a focus group conducted by Clarity Consumer Research. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Books-Biography
    • The Rorschach Journal
      • Journal of the 1980s vigilante known as Rorschach. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)

  • Books-Fiction
    • Nothing Ever Ends (novel)
      • Novel by Max Shea, inspiration for the literary journal of the same name, in which Dale Petey's story Fogdancing: My Summary was published in 2005. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
  • Books-Instructional
    • Mesmerism For The Masses
      • Book by W.C. Florentine that the Klan is using that Will discovers after busting up their hideout at Fred's. (Season 1 episode This Extraordinary Being)
  • Bookstores
    • Mister News
      • Newstand on Greenwood Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (Various episodes)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Happy Harry's Smiley-O's
      • Cereal tested with children in a focus group conducted by Clarity Consumer Research. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Millennium Clock
      • Giant clock tower in Tulsa, Oklahoma created by Trieu Industries. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
  • Cemeteries and Graveyards
    • Tartarus Acres
      • Cemetery where Tulsa Police Chief Judd Crawford is buried. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Osterman Fine Watches
      • Jon's father's watch store in Brooklyn. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Communications Companies
    • The Blue Booth Network
      • Public phone booth intended for the public to send messages to Dr. Manhattan on Mars. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
  • Corporations
    • MerlinCorp
      • Dan Dreiberg's company that the FBI raids in 1995, seizes the blueprints for Excalibur. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
  • Criminal Organizations
    • Cyclops
      • Cabal of white supremacists overseeing the Seventh Kavalry that originated in the 1930s as a racist cult experimenting with mind control technology. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • The Seventh Kavalry
      • White supremacist group inspired by Rorschach's writings and masked image. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
  • Drugs-Recreational
    • KT-28
      • Also known as Katie, street drug mentioned by the Knot Tops youth gang member that humiliates a young Jehovah's Witness named Wade Tillman, the future Detective Looking Glass, stripping him naked and stealing his clothes in a house of mirrors moments before the giant squid lands in New York. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Exercise and Weight Loss Products
    • The Veidt Method
      • Bodybuilding system advertised in a magazine. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Farms
    • Clark Acres Farms
      • Farm owned by Jon and Katy Clark, the couple that makes a baby for Lady Trieu, which she offers, along with five million dollars, for their house and land. "Freshest in Oklahoma!" (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Burgers 'n' Borscht
      • Burger joint in Vietnam where Angela meets with her grandmother. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Food
    • Happy Egg
      • Brand of eggs in Angela's house that she throws down on the ground in anger, and then later finds one untouched egg, still in perfect condition, that she suspects may contain Dr. Manhattan's powers. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)
  • Gangs
    • Knot Tops
      • New York City youth gang, one member of which humiliates a young Jehovah's Witness named Wade Tillman, the future Detective Looking Glass, stripping him naked and stealing his clothes in a house of mirrors moments before the giant squid lands in New York. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Anti-vigilante Task Force
      • Laurie Blake's FBI agency. (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)
  • Grocery Stores
    • Fred's Original Market
      • Grocery store in Queens where Hooded Justice stops a robbery. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
  • Healthcare-Other
    • Mnemodialysis
      • Treatment for taking someone else's Nostaligia, by Trieu pharmaceuticals, given to Angela by Lady Trieu. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Historical Events
    • The Police Strike of '77
      • Strike by police fearing that their jobs were being threatened by costumers adventurers, resulting in the Keene Act. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
  • Holidays
    • VVN Day
      • June 1971: The United States wins the Vietnam War. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Hospitals
    • Rampart Memorial Hospital
      • Where Angela takes Calvin Jelani to seek treatment for his amnesia. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
  • Industrial Companies
    • Trieu Industries
      • International conglomerate that bought Veidt Industries in 2012, shortly before Veidt went missing.
    • Veidt Industries
      • Adrian Veidt's company, bought by Trieu Industries in 2012, shortly before Veidt went missing.
  • Institutes
    • The Institute For Trans Dimensional Studies
      • Institute owned by Veidt Enterprises experimenting with teleportation windows, opening portals to other dimensions, when the giant alien squid appeared. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Worthmore Jewelers
      • Jewelry store in Tulsa, near Milk & Hanoi Bakery, Angela Abar's bakery. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Article Four
      • Law concerning the emergency release of Tulsa police weapons. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
    • Campaign Finance Reform and Donor Disclosure Act
      • Act President Robert Redford signs into law in 1993, which stops Veidt from using his wealth to further influence the Democratic Party. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
    • The Defense of Police Act
      • Also known as DOPA, amendment to the Keene Act that was passed after the White Night. Senator Joe Keene wrote DOPA so police officers could wear masks which would protect their identities. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • Tech Recall and Reintroduction Act
      • Act President Robert Redford signs into law in 1993, which outlaws technologies thought to be responsible for the squid attack. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
    • The Keene Act
      • U.S. law passed in 1977 that outlawed costumed adventuring.
    • The Victims of Racial Violence Act
      • Reparations to the descendants of racial injustice, signed into law by President Redford, nicknamed Redfordations. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Black Freighter
      • FBI Agent Laurie Blake's motel in Tulsa. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
  • Magazines-News
    • Nova Express
      • Magazine at newstand. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Nothing Ever Ends (story)
      • Dale Petey's story Fogdancing: My Summary published in literary journal Nothing Ever Ends in 2005, a literary journal that publishes an annual issue dedicated to the novel by Max Shea. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Mercy
      • Perfume tested in a focus group conducted by Clarity Consumer Research. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Medicine
    • Nostalgia
      • A revolutionary, all-natural, personally customized medication for people suffering from anxiety, dementia, and psychic trauma. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website) After taking Nostalgia pills left in her destroyed car by her grandfather Will Reeves and Lady Trieu. Angela Abar experiences Will's memories first hand, discovering how racism in America forced him to become Hooded Justice. (Season 1 episode This Extraordinary Being)
  • Military Bases
    • Gila Flats
      • U.S. government test base in Arizona where researcher Jon Osterman was obliterated after being caught in an experimental intrinsic field generator, later reassembled as the big blue omniscient superhero that would become known as Dr. Manhattan. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
  • Movies
    • Fogdancing
      • VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Sister Night: The Nun with The Motherf!*@ing Gun!
      • VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Trunky: The Brave Little Elephant (Special Safari Edition)
      • Children's VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Trust in The Law
      • Old movie about a hooded lawman that Will Reeves watched as a child, and then later became the first masked adventurer Hooded Justice. (Season 1 episode This Extraordinary Being)
    • Tusky: The Brave Little Elephant (Special Safari Edition)
      • Children's VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Manhattan: An American Life
      • Documentary about Dr. Manhattan playing at video rental store. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Pale Horse (film)
      • Movie about the band that was playing Madison Square Garden in New York the night that the giant alien squid appeared, directed by Steven Spielberg. Came out in '92, won like a gazillion Oscars. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Movies-Porn
    • Porked! Down On The Farm
      • Pornographic VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • The Raunchy Pistol
      • Pornographic VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Silk Swingers
      • Pornographic VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Monsters From Outer Space
      • Science fiction VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Musicians
    • Pale Horse (band)
      • The name of the band that was playing Madison Square Garden in New York the night that the giant alien squid appeared, the concert that was made into a movie by Steven Spielberg. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
    • Pink Triangle
      • Gay band holding a benefit concert, as seen on a poster hung on the side of the newsstand. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Newspapers
    • Boston Chronicle
      • Fictional newspaper. There was a real Boston Chronicle at one point, but that was back in the 1700s. This is a current newspaper. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
    • D.C. Post-Times
      • Newspaper. Headline: "GRISHAM TO RETIRE FROM THE SUPREME COURT" (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • New Frontiersman
      • Newspaper. Headline: "GLOBAL SQUIDFALLS BAFFLE SCIENTISTS" (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
    • The Tulsa Herald
      • Headline Supreme Court CONFIRMATION HEARINGS DRAG ON (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)
    • The Tulsa Sun
      • Fictional Oklahoma newspaper. Headlines: "VEIDT OFFICIALLY DECLARED DEAD", "BOISE SQUID SHOWER DESTROYS HOMELESS CAMP, KILLS 2" (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice) Headline: KEENE TO ANNOUNCE RUN FOR PRESIDENT (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • Legend Fund
      • Nonprofit organization that supports the Ances-Tree, a feature of the Greenwood Center for Cultural Heritage:  "Made possible by a generous donation fro the Legend Fund." (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)
  • Obstetrics
    • Sooner Fertility Partners
      • Fertility clinic owned by Lady Trieu that advised Katy Clark that her eggs were not viable. (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)
  • Orphanages
    • Phuen Huan Home For Girls
      • Angela Abar's orphanage in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Pet Services
    • Forever Pet
      • Pet cloning company where Wade's ex-girlfriend Cynthia Bennet works. "We offer the splice of life, taking your beloved animal's unique DNA and making an exact replica, so that you never have to say goodbye again." (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Photography Services
    • Citizen Photos
      • Photography service in Brooklyn, near Jon Osterman's father's watch store, Osterman Fine Watches. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
  • Record Stores
    • Zig Zag Records
      • Record store in Hoboken. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Restaurants-Italian
    • Cucina Tipica Toscana
      • Italian restaurant featured in proposed "Come back to New York" commercial designed to increase tourism in New York thirty years after the giant squid disaster. Customer: "I came back for Italian food. You know how we like our squid now? With lemon and a little marinara." Shown to a focus group by Clarity Consumer Research. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Mae McGee
      • Bar near the The Blue Booth Network in Tulsa, a public phone booth intended for the public to send messages to Dr. Manhattan on Mars that Laurie Blake uses to tell a joke about the past. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
  • Security Services
    • EDS
      • 
ExtraDimensional Security. Wade's security system. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Short Stories
    • Fogdancing: My Summary
      • Dale Petey's story Fogdancing: My Summary published in literary journal Nothing Ever Ends in 2005, a literary journal that publishes an annual issue dedicated to the novel by Max Shea. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
  • Talent Agencies
    • Clarity Consumer Research
      • Marketing company that makes use of Wade's special talents during their focus groups. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Theater Productions
    • The Watchmaker's Son
      • A play that Adrian Veidt mentions to his staff that he is writing, a tragedy in five acts. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
  • Toy Products
    • Magna-Hattan Blocks
      • Topher's building toys, a combination of magnets and LEGO. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
  • Trailer Parks
    • Nixonville
      • Trailer park in Tulsa, named after former President Richard Nixon, described by Dale Petey as a drop-out community for right-wing extremists such as members of the white supremacist group The Seventh Kavalry. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
  • TV Shows-Documentary
    • American Hero Story
      • TV show featuring the story of the masked vigilante group known as the Minutemen. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
  • unknown
    • CX-924
      • Type of teleportation window that The Institute for Trans Dimensional Studies was experimenting with when the giant alien squid appeared. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
  • Vehicle Models - Aircraft
    • Owlship
      • Former masked vigilante Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl II's airship, also known as Archie, revealed to have been stored in Adrian Veidt's Antarctica compound. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly) Used as blueprint for the ships used by the police in Tulsa, one of which Judd Crawford crashes the night the police attack the Seventh Kavalry's compound. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
  • Vehicle Models - Cars and Trucks
    • Ford Andromeda
      • Fictional Ford model with a lithium powered engine, inspired by Dr. Manhattan, mentioned as "Ford Andromeda 500 LTD Hardtop" in print advertisement. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
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