Watch Jennifer Lawrence Work Through 8 Stages Of Being Spoiled For ‘Homeland’

We've all been there, but most of us aren't on the red carpet when we go there.

Warning: ‘Homeland’ season 3 spoilers and a very angry Katniss within.

In case you haven’t gotten the memo, it’s awards season, which these days essentially translates to “stalk Jennifer Lawrence’s every move and be totally charmed.” We’ve seen her spill mints, talk about farts and utter the words “armpit vagina.”

Now it’s time to watch her get genuinely pissed off after hearing a major spoiler for her favorite TV show.

At the 2014 SAG Awards over the weekend, Lawrence walked the carpet in a sparkly dress by Dior (duh). While speaking with Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson, Lawrence spotted Damian Lewis, star of “Homeland,” giving an interview nearby. Watch the whole video of the world-changing moment below, then follow along with Jennifer Lawrence’s Eight Stages of Meeting Damian Lewis and Getting Spoiled for ‘Homeland’. (Clinical study pending.)

Stage 1: Shyness

“Somebody has watched two seasons of ‘Homeland’ twice, and I’m freaking out a little bit,” Lawrence warned when she spotted Lewis. “That is Brody.”

When Robinson called Lewis over even after Lawrence said she was “seriously…not good,” Katniss pulled this little move. No, Jen. Camouflage is Peeta’s specialty.

Stage 2: Excitement

OK, it’s cool, everyone be cool. Lewis and Lawrence hug it out, blissfully unaware of what’s about to go down.

Stage 3: Surprise

“They killed him off!”
“WHAT?!”

We’ve all had this moment. (The trauma of the fifth “Harry Potter” book, anyone? The effing Red Wedding, perhaps?) Now we get to see an extremely famous person we want to be friends with have this moment. Sorry, girl.

Stage 4: Disbelief

That’s right, JLaw. Walk it off. Walk. It. Off.

Stage 5: Rage

“I can’t believe you said that.”

Neither can we.

Stage 6: Bitterness

GREAT. GOOD. EVERYTHING’S FINE. SEE HOW FINE EVERYTHING IS? GOOD.

Stage 7: Despair

“I’m not mad. I feel like my heart just fell out.”

Stage 8: Acceptance

But after the pain is over, eventually, you move on with your life and you learn to laugh again. LOL, girl. LOL.