Unfortunately, Peeta Mellark and gale Hawthorne are not among them.
One of the scenes was when she first gets called to go into The Hunger Games and has to say goodbye to her mother and gale.
Others prefer “Full Measure,” with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman teaming up, under immense pressure, to off gale Boetticher.
"storm at sea," 1540s, from gaile "wind," origin uncertain, perhaps from Old Norse gol "breeze," or Old Danish gal "bad, furious" (often used of weather), from Old Norse galinn "bewitched." Or perhaps it is from Old English galan "to sing" (the second element in nightingale), or giellan "to yell." In technical meteorological use, a wind between 32 and 63 miles per hour.