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Haymitch and Effie Trinket become a couple in Mockingjay, Part 2. much make any long-term relationship between them highly unlikely. Enobaria, Katniss, Haymitch, and Johanna, however, vote yes. Relationships During the interview with Caesar Flickerman, Finnick recited a poem for Annie (' his one Peeta Mellark • Gale Hawthorne • Haymitch Abernathy • Effie Trinket. Explore kayleigh lane's board "Effie & Haymitch" on Pinterest. Hunger Games - Haymitch Abernathy x Effie Trinket - Hayffie Hunger Games Movies, Hunger.
Effie states that it serves them right and that it's not nice to ignore Katniss even if she is from District Effie is overflowing with joy and excitement when Katniss and Peeta both manage a high score from the Gamemakers. Effie waits in anticipation with Haymitch and Katniss for the tribute training scores. Effie tries but fails to help Katniss with her Interview with Caesar Flickerman. She attempts to teach her how to sit, smile and talk like a lady, but only gets frustrated with this. After the interview and Peeta's astonishing declaration of love, Katniss fights with Peeta, pushing him and causing him to trip into an urn.
Effie breaks up the fight and cools her down while Haymitch tells her about the logistics of his and Peeta's plan.
The night before the Games begin, she wishes them good luck and is heartbroken because she has grown to like them and leaves the room before she could become more upset. She assists Haymitch in lining up sponsors for Katniss and Peeta and helps them throughout the Games. After Katniss and Peeta's victory, Effie gloats about winning them sponsors by comparing them to coal, explaining that when you put enough pressure on coal they become pearls.
Effie helps them get ready for their final interview with Caesar. After their respective interviews, she says goodbye to them before they head back to District Catching Fire Effie during the 74th Victory Tour. Effie comes back during Katniss and Peeta's Victory Tour.
She tells them they have to start off with District On the way there, the train makes an unplanned stop which angers Effie because it changes her schedule. This also irritates Katniss, causing her to yell at Effie and tells her that no one cares, which in turn hurts Effie's feelings. When Katniss comes back she apologizes to Effie who graciously accepts. When they arrive to District 11 she is displeased with the way they are being treated.
Later, Effie ensures that everything is prepared for the victory speech Katniss and Peeta must give to Rue and Thresh 's family. After the elderly man is killed for whistling Rue's tune, which signaled the end of a working day, the Peacekeepers force them all to leave quickly, which annoys Effie due to their lack of manners.
She noted that the Peacekeepers were very strict when she was looking around District 11's justice building. She said they ordered her to get back to her quarters and one even poked her with her gun. After the Victory Tour was complete, she went to the final dinner for Katniss and Peeta in District 12 and was touched when Peeta proposed to Katniss.
Effie escorts Peeta and Katniss to the President's ball. Effie leaves to go back to the Capitol and soon comes back to District 12 at Katniss' house for the wedding photoshoot, using her manipulative nature to order the crew about, and watching to make everything go perfectly like her plan. Effie is unaware of the rebellion, President Snow 's threats, or of the tension between Katniss, Peeta, and Haymitch.
When the third Quarter Quell is revealed and is announced to be reaping the victorsEffie had to draw the lots out of the same spherical glass bowl, in the same way as before in the 74th Hunger Games.
Effie started much like the 74th Hunger Games, deciding to reap the female tribute first, and calls Katniss' name since she is the only living female victor of District 12, thus being the only eligible girl.
Effie then calls Haymitch's name but soon after Peeta volunteers for Haymitch in order to protect Katniss.
Effie once again escorts Katniss and Peeta to the train that takes them to the Capitol, where she begins planning. Effie watches the interviews for the 75th Hunger Games. Effie and the others arrive to the Capitol on time, something which pleases her, because she loves being on time and orderly. She is joyful when Cinna makes Katniss and Peeta unforgettable again with his choice of costume, causing great discord and awe to ripple among the other tributes.
Effie celebrates just like last year when the parade goes according to plan. She agrees to let Katniss and Peeta go to the training session alone, but, to satisfy herself, she takes them to the elevator herself and leads them to the door. Effie is even more shocked than last year about their private training sessions with the Gamemakers when it transpires that they deliberately sabotage them to protest the brutality of the Games.
She is on the verge of tears when Katniss and Peeta tell her and the others about this and retires to her room until it is time for Katniss and Peeta to receive their training scores. Katniss notes that Effie's eyes are red and puffy from crying. After they get their training scores of 12, she becomes distressed because they were only presented to them so they would be seen as obvious targets in the Games, as explained by Haymitch. She decides to allow them to spend the entire day to themselves before the next day, which is their interview with Caesar Flickerman.
After the interview, Effie is asked to leave them and she wasn't able to say goodbye to them. Effie reaps Katniss for the 75th Hunger Games. Finnick and Mags began to weave a net of long, sharp grass, while Katniss continued to hunt for food and water. When she returned with what the group brands a "tree rat". Katniss pondered how the tree rat had access to water because its mouth was still wet seemingly from recent drinking. Finnick and Mags were deeply upset by the announcement of the first day's deaths, but were distracted by a sponsor's gift.
Finnick told Peeta to claim it since he actually died brieflyand all were uncertain as to the gift's purpose. Katniss ultimately recognized it as a " spile "—a device that released sap from trees. They discovered happily that the sap from the trees was a type of water, finally relieving their overwhelming thirst.
Finnick volunteered to be first on watch during the night. He was later joined by Katniss, and together they heard twelve bells ring, and the beginning of a thunderstorm. He fell into a restless sleep, and Katniss took the next watch.
That night, a poisonous fog appeared and the four tried to escape from it. Finnick carried Mags, but the fog rendered Peeta unable to run, Katniss struggling to help him.
Finnick helped by carrying Peeta while Katniss carried Mags. The fog overtook Katniss and she could no longer carry Mags.
Finnick explained that he couldn't carry both Mags and Peeta; Mags, knowing what must be done, sacrificed herself, walking straight into the fog.
Her dying allowed Finnick to carry Peeta, ensuring his survival. Finnick was both unnerved emotionally by Mags' death and suffered temporary nerve damage from the toxic fog.
Katniss and Peeta helped him recover by dunking him in the sea water to clean him. When the monkey mutts attacked them, Finnick didn't hesitate and killed them with his trident. He was surprised when the female morphling seemed to come from nowhere and saved Peeta just in time again. He took guard duty for the rest of the night and collected fresh tree-water and shellfish from the sea.
Peeta was still asleep, while Finnick and Katniss cracked jokes about their own dishevelled looks thanks to the Games. When Katniss was ready to wake Peeta, Finnick suggested that they both startle him awake. Taking his suggestion, she and Finnick fell back on the sand laughing at Peeta's reaction.
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Day Two Soon after, sponsors gave the alliance a loaf of bread from District 4. Finnick was surprised with the arrival of Johanna and the tributes of District 3Beetee and Wiress.
The newcomers joined the alliance with Finnick, Katniss and Peeta. Finnick talked to Johanna and carried her into the water to stop her insulting of Katniss. Later, the alliance returned to the Cornucopia to make sure that Wiress' theory that the Arena is a Clock was legitimate.
When they got there, it was time for the deadly fog 2: The group was ambushed by the Careers ; Wiress died as her throat was slashed and Finnick was stabbed in the thigh by Enobaria when she threw a knife at Peeta and Finnick stepped in the way. Finnick fought Brutus and injured him before he retreated with Enobaria. Finnick dove into the sea after Beetee fell in, as the Cornucopia moved during the time change. When Katniss and Finnick hunted for water, a jabberjay attack broke out, with the birds' voices emulating the tributes' loved ones screaming in pain.
When Finnick heard the jabberjays targeting him, he called out for Annie Crestaa "mad" victor from District 4 who went insane after witnessing her district partner decapitated during her Games. Finnick believed that his love was being killed, debilitated by his helplessness. Katniss killed the jabberjay, but this didn't calm Finnick, who was still unnerved by the thought that Annie had been tortured to make those sounds.
After he and Katniss escaped the attack, Peeta reassured the two of them that the Games are down to the final eight—and not only must the Capitol have family and friends to interview, but that those sounds could be faked.
Beetee concurred, explaining that it would be easy for the Capitol to fake the sounds.
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The alliance viewed the faces of the tributes that died the second day, discussing who was left besides them and District 2. District 3 sent twenty-four pieces of bread, an unequal number, each eating three.
Finnick suffered another night of restless sleep and occasionally murmuring Annie's name. Day Three Finnick assisted Beetee with his plan, along with Peeta, while Katniss and Johanna set up the electric coil trap. After the line was cut and Johanna removed Katniss' tracker—in what seems like a vicious attack at the time—Finnick chased Enobaria to get her away from Katniss. Later Katniss destroyed the arena. After the arena was destroyed, Finnick, Beetee, and Katniss were rescued by a hovercraft from District Plutarch Heavensbee was aboard and told Katniss that he was unable to go back for Peeta and Johanna, though he wanted to.
Finnick requested to go to District 4 to get Annie, but Plutarch told him they couldn't, but he does make a special order for her retrieval.
It was revealed that Finnick and Beetee were part of a plan to overthrow the Capitol all along. After Katniss awakened she went to the room where Finnick, Haymitch and Plutarch were talking.
There, she learned about the rebels, District 13, and the plan to overthrow the Capitol. Finnick stopped Katniss from clawing Haymitch's face with her nails. Finnick tells her that he wished Johanna, Peeta, Enobaria and all the others would just die so that they wouldn't have to suffer anymore. Finnick returned to Plutarch and Haymitch, leaving Katniss alone.
Mockingjay In Mockingjay, at the beginning of the book Finnick was deeply distressed, slightly unhinged and unable to focus on anything but to save Annie Cresta, who had been kidnapped and was being tortured in the Capitol. One of the only ways he kept himself sane was by repeatedly knotting short length of rope.
When Katniss first saw Finnick she noticed he was distracted and grief-stricken. She calls for him but he does not respond, Katniss shakes him and when he noticed Katniss was calling him, he stopped tying knots and grips her hand in relief to see a familiar face.
Finnick asks why they are meeting here and she informs him about her role as the mockingjay and her conditions. Finnick is happy when he hears her condition for immunity of victors being held because of his love, Annie. Finnick visits Katniss in the hospital and has dinner with her.
He comforts her since she is stressed, the two then watch the propaganda again. Katniss asks him to shut it off but stops him because Caesar comes on and interviews Peeta. After the interview, Finnick tries to calm Katniss down and pretends not to have seen the interview because Plutarch walks in and makes sure she is well.
The next day, Finnick and Katniss go to the woods in District 13 to hunt since Gale is busy helping Beetee make weapons. Katniss talks about the interview with him and is glad he is there to listen to her. Finnick comforts her and helps her through the pain she is feeling. Later after Peeta's third interview, the entire district evacuates to safe bunkers before the bombing on District 13 began by the Capitol. During the bombing, Finnick gives Katniss a rope to tie when she needs to be distracted from her feelings.
After the bombing during the night, Katniss goes to Finnick to share her thoughts on President Snow's plan. Finnick tells her he is doing the same with him but with Annie. Everyone who has seen the movie trailers knows the line "I volunteer! I volunteer as tribute! Later, when Prim comes to say goodbye to Katniss in the Justice Building, she tells Katniss that she has to win and come back to District Twelve.
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Though she believes there is no hope of her returning home, Katniss promises Prim that she's coming home, and later informs Caesar Flickerman that she's going to try. When she's in the Arena, Katniss begins to see her sister, Prim, in a twelve year-old tribute named Rue, who she vows to protect in the Arena as much as she can.
It is because of her love for Prim that Katniss loves Rue and goes great lengths to attempt to protect her. Everdeen checks Katniss out in the mirror before the 74th Reaping. Everdeen deserve Katniss's hatred? She abandoned her family when she became too depressed to look after them. Katniss should have forgiven her when she recovered. It's natural for a woman to retreat emotionally when her husband dies. It wasn't her fault. The Relationship with Her Mother In the case of Katniss's relationship with her mother, it is illustrated differently in the movie than it is in the books.
However, if you are a reader and not just a movie-goerit is clear that Katniss has not and may never forgiven her mother for abandoning her and Prim when their father died in the mines.
This is a significant point which underscores Katniss's ability to hold a grudge. The question is, did her mother deserve her hatred? Throughout the books Mrs. Everdeen gradually improves, but Katniss's feelings for her quite apparently do not. Everdeen's fault that Prim nearly starved and Katniss has never forgiven her mother for nearly taking her sister away from her -- or putting herself in a position to nearly die of starvation in the district when her mother could have been working.
Gale avoids watching the Games, as he promised Katniss he'd do, in order to put a wrench into the Capitol's works. Source Do you believe that Katniss loved Gale all along?
I believe that she was in denial of her affection for him. Yes, I believe that she was lying about her affection for him.
No, I think she fell in love with him while "faking" it in the arena with Peeta. No, I think she fell in love with him during Catching Fire, when she saw him whipped and tended him afterward. No, I believe her true love was always for Peeta.
See results The Relationship with Gale Of all of the relationships throughout The Hunger Games trilogy, Katniss's relationship with Gale is the most complex and, at times, confusing. From the earliest part of their relationship, the two of them have relied on one another and one another's skills in order to survive and to support the survival of their individual families.
Katniss has great skill with a bow, taught to her by her father, and Gale is an excellent trapper. Together they can bring down almost any game in the woods that surround District Twelve. Aware of Gale's large family, Katniss provides for his family while he provides for the Everdeens what Katniss herself cannot kill. Early on in the first novel, Katniss says that her relationship with Gale is platonic and that she can't think of him romantically because of the fact that they rely on one another in the woods and as friends.
This is where the complexity in their relationship becomes profound, if not astonishing. Bear in mind that when reading the books, we only have Katniss's perspective on the events of the story.
In the movie, we get to glimpse Gale's affection for Katniss in a different way. Throughout the story of Catching Fire and later in Mockingjay, it becomes apparent that Gale has feelings for Katniss, and that she may return those feelings for him. In many ways this is a sudden turn around from platonic, friendly affection to romance, the love triangle that has become so popular in teen novels in the twenty-first century.
Peeta talks to Katniss before the Hunger Games begin.