Some rules, some advice, some warnings doled out to these children who'll spend the next several moments of the film in a series of training montages that reveal some of the charming traits of their competitors.
At an obscenely sumptuous dinner, we learn that Effie's very concerned with what Tributes get to eat for dessert.
Haymitch tries to get to know his Tributes a bit better.
Katniss and Peeta praise each others' strengths, and we learn that Peeta's own mother told him that District 12 might actually have a winner, but she didn't mean him. (Seriously, Mom?)
When Peeta storms out from dinner in disgust with the whole situation, Katniss has another flashback, which completes her memory of Peeta.
After he was throwing the bread to the pigs, he saw her huddled by a tree, looking miserable and hungry. With a compassionate look, he tosses her a loaf of the burned bread meant for the animals.
Katniss leaves the table, too.
More training, which means more charming Tribute interactions involving death threats and meaningful looks.
Katniss looks out for Peeta with some well-timed good advice on showing your strength. She's definitely warmed up to him after her memory of him came back.
Peeta shows some real talent with camouflage, while Katniss first notices Rue watching her.