On re-watch, I had a different impression than her warning Hawk necessarily. Margaret does not say "watch out for" but "Watch for the one" under the moon on Pine Mtn or wherever. And, it was her use of the term "the One" that made me think of her earlier reference to Laura (... is the One) as she addressed Hawk. So I can only offer that as an alternate possiblity: maybe Hawk will have a role in getting Laura's situation restored somehow, and Log Lady foresaw that.Daliz wrote:All the Margaret stuff ...I think she was warning Hawk about the the "mother" or whatever it is of whose name Hawk does not want to say out loud (the thing in Mr.C's playing card and Hawk's map).
I have to say I agreed with whoever felt a lot of Part 15's components felt slap-dash, like Norma & Ed's reuniting scene "just to get that out of the way" or whatnot; and other times I felt were as much bizarre as empty of empathy for characters like Gersten and Steven.
On re-watch though, that scene of Gersten w/ Steven resonated more. I find this often upon re-watching; this is not just noticing subtle details second-time-around either. I actually experience the show differently on an emotional level without the burden of suspense. Others have mentioned this; but I'll cite it for the purpose of my own self-amazement i can't quite explain, how much more moving I found the couple's breakdown in composure (Gersten) and demonstrative capitulating to the effects of drug use (Steven). As the scene concluded with her gazing up at the trees, maybe seeing something there, or giving way to shock as her expression kind of tempered, it lent a more relatable quality for me.
And Frost appearing before, during & after that scene he walked so goofily in his stride, what a ham. Incongruous with the content and gravity of the scene itself which I figure was on purpose.
I'm looking over the photo finally of that woodsman others were wondering if his mouth bled from a wound similar to the jail cell parroting-dude's. But I only see a dab of blood at his lower lip/chin and then some fresh bloodstain on the front of his shirt. Nothing in between, the way a bleeding wound would dribble. As woodsmen have been demonstrated surrounding EvilCoop/ Part 8 and helping themselves it seemed to contents from his wound and smearing on their faces, this seems more likely to me what would constitute Part 15's silent woodsman's bloody lip -- not his own wound. Something he was feeding on or smearing. I just don't see a wound there. I liked how he pulled a lever similar to Naido and/ or the Man in the Planet in Eraserhead -- but it was so fast I'm not exactly sure that's what I saw him do~?