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Skins Uk QuotesSkins Generation 2James CookTv QuotesMovie QuotesCook SkinsEffy StonemTv SeriesEffy And Freddie. Effy Stonem Aesthetic made by me. Skins Quotes, Effy Stonem, Skins Uk, Film Quotes, Misfits, Life Goals, Captions, Tv Series, Telephone. Toxic Relationships in Skins This was a topic that was proposed by passion for Effy and his fascination with her consumed him in many ways. The Cook-Effy Relationship refers to the romantic pairing between James Cook and Effy Stonem. Their relationship is sometimes referred to by the fan-given.
Effy comes to see Cook in prison and tells him she loves Freddie.
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He asks her "how is the love? During "Katie" she is seen at various gatherings with Freddie; while she is taking somewhat large ammounts of drugs and liquor, the affection they are showering one another with is obviously sincere.
In "Freddie", Freddie and Effy are living a hedonistic lifestyle in the Stonem house with Anthea gone. Freddie's education suffers and when he tells Effy this, they argue. While he feels they need to rein in their wild behavior eventually, Freddie is clearly enjoying the ride. Freddie meets a counsellor about his unfinished coursework, who offers no help; nonetheless, he manages to complete it even while keeping Effy his top priority.
Freddie returns to see Effy sticking newspaper cuttings about death onto the wall, and Effy talks about her "end. He talks to his grandfather, Norman, and becomes determined not to make the mistakes with Effy he thinks his father made with his mother, who committed suicide.
He then lovingly cares for her, bringing her out of her stupor, and bathes her. They then go to a park, where they run around chasing each other and end up lying on the grass.
She then reveals her deep feelings for him saying, "from the moment I saw you, I knew you'd be the closest I'd get to being close. And I didn't know what to do with that feeling. Freddie, however, plays along, and pretends to scare them off, with Effy laughing along. She then gets anxious again and insists she goes home.
As they return home in a rickshaw they borrowed they see Anthea speaking to a policeman outside the house, having returned home to see the terrible state it was in and Effy's morbid collection of pictures, so Freddie takes her away. They are caught in the middle of a hectic carnival- one full of demonic images of the sort Effy has been imagining. Terrified, Effy runs off and Freddie chases after her. Overwhelmed, she covers her ears.
Katie, who is performing in the festival on a float, sees her and brings her up, hugging and comforting her. In the meantime Freddie runs into Cook, dresses as a devil, who helps him find her. When they reunite Cook then leaves and Freddie holds and comforts her. Unsure of where else to go Freddie takes Effy, with Katie in tow, to his grandfather's residence, explaining the situation to him.
Katie interrupts them, saying Effy won't come out of the bathroom. Freddie realizes what is happening and runs down the hall to the bathroom, finding it locked. He then breaks it down to find Effy lying in blood, having attempted suicide by slitting her wrists.
He calls for help and she is taken to the hospital. At the hospital Freddie is joined in the waiting room by his sister Karen, who helps him fold an origami swan, which he places on Effy's bedside table.
After visting with Effy- who tells him to go away- he talks outside with Anthea, both having a smoke. Anthea says Effy will get through it with their help, but Freddie runs off. He goes to her house and takes all of her photos, including one of him, and burns them in the backyard. Cook joins him and holds him as he sobs. During the "Lost Weeks" Episode, Effy wakes up from a recurring nightmare in which she sees a black figure chasing her in a forest and a younger version of herself who tells her to 'cut open the swan'.
As she looks around, she sees a new origami swan from Freddie, and unfolds it to find the words 'love you forever'. Effy and Freddie talking in the park. In "Effy", Effy returns home after her suicide attempt, with her room completely clean, and she and her mother have an awkward conversation.
Effy then draws a time table on her white board, and Freddie's name is seen. She unpacks and then goes to visit him, and he is very excited to see her. Inside Freddie's room, she and Freddie talk. He asks her why he wasn't allowed to see her, to which she replied that her docotr, John Foster had forbidden anyone from seeing her, as it was part of her treatment. When Freddie asks what Foster did that was so special, Effy replies that he took away all her bad memories and made them good. Freddie is angry, finding out that Effy had bad memories of him.
Effy consoles him, stating that now that all the bad memories were taken away, all she feels for Freddie is love. They then kiss and presumably have sex. She then goes home and takes her pills, and the viewers see Freddie's name disappear from her white board.
Later, when at a restaurant with the gang, Effy says she feels like she is in a different place and shouldn't hang out with any of them anymore, not even Freddie. She then says goodbye and returns home.
Freddie later confronts her and they get into an argument. Freddie holding Effy's hand. He tries to kiss her but she pushes him away. Effy tells him that she went mad when she was with him and that love is not supposed to do that, but Freddie counters, saying that's exactly what love is supposed to do. He then leaves, and Effy runs her fingers through her hair. The next morning she is seen sitting on a park bench, staring dreamily into the sky.
As they are talking, Cook mentions that Freddie called him about her, referring to her as "Eff. It turns out that Foster has been making Effy forget everyone she ever loved, including Cook and Freddie. Cook plays along, introducing himself as James, his first name. They spend the day together, but later in the evening Effy has an inadvertent flashback to her brother Tony being run over, and believes that they are at the scene of the accident. She then runs away from Cook, who chases her to a freeway.
Effy runs into the middle of traffic, screaming "I'm not scared! I want to be scared! She then asks him to take her to Freddie before passing out. Cook takes her to Freddie's house, and when she wakes up, she apologizes to Freddie and they reconcile.
She tells him the voices have started up again, but Freddie says they'll handle it together. When she returns to the rehabilitation center where she was treated Foster enters the Effy's room.
She freaks out and tells Freddie she doesn't want Foster to be her shrink anymore. Freddie tell him to leave her alone, which he does, and then the two hold hands until she falls asleep, as she whispers "I love you" over and over again, making him cry. While Cook is content to end their journey here, Effy grows worried for Cook when she sees how his father manipulates him, prompting her to call Freddie for help. When Freddie and JJ arrive, they decide that the fate of the boys' relationships with Effy should be decided by the small town's race.
JJ, who wins the race, takes charge and demands that they solve their problems once and for all, forcing both boys to admit that they each love Effy and telling her that she must choose between them. Although Effy doesn't say anything, her "look says it all" when her gaze lingers over Freddie, prompting Cook to leave in a fury.
Series 4 In "Emily", Cook sees Effy and Freddie kissing at the party and takes his anger out on a fellow party-goer and ends up headbutting JJ also. In "Cook", Effy visits Cook in prison and tells him she loves Freddie. Cook pleads guilty at trial and is imprisoned. In "Freddie", After Freddie clears the party out, Cook remains, having been released from jail prior to the beginning of the episode.
However, when seeing him, Effy begins to freak out, yelling at him to leave. Later, Freddie tries to follow a freaked out Effy who ran away from him, but loses sight of her in the large crowd, however he runs into Cook and asks him for help. In "Effy", She runs into Cook and after an argument, Cook tells her that he would redo the last two years all over again, and that he still loves her. Effy tells him to piss off and leaves. The next morning, she is at a park, and Cook sits on the bench next to her.
As they are talking, Cook mentions that Freddie calls him about her and calls her "Ef". Effy looks confused, asking who "Ef" is. Cook thinks she's joking, and says that he's mistaken and that she isn't Ef. Effy smiles and tells him that he's right.
Looking confused, Cook asks her what her name is, to which she replies "Elizabeth". Cook realizes that she doesn't remember anyone in the gang, so he reintroduces himself as James his first name. He takes her to a party, and they talk. Effy mentions that she normally doesn't go on a date with someone she just met. Cook goes along with it, not telling her that they have already met. She then tells him that she wants to do something bad, and Cook replies that she's come to the right person.
As they walk down the street, they end up at the street where Tony got hit by a bus. Effy's memory begins to get jogged, and begins remembering. Cook, not understanding that Effy really didn't remember him, tells her that she wins thinking it was a game. Effy is confused, but Cook tells her that they have met, dated, and had sex.
Effy tries to it deny, but Cook brings up things only someone close to her would know. Effy finally remembers her brother being hit, but she begins to freak out.
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She doesn't know what's wrong with her, not knowing if things did or didn't happen. Cook slaps her to "wake" her up, and Effy wants him to do it again. After pushing Cook, she runs off, with him chasing her. She runs into the freeway and gets almost hit by a car.
Cook saves her and she kisses him. In "Everyone", Cook is having sex with a Effy look-a-like, as he kept his promise to Freddie to back off.