A nerdy junior high student who works in a floral shop after school finds a fossilized talking Venus Fly Trap with the ability to hypnotize people.
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An exotic plant in a downtown flower shop convinces the storekeeper's meek apprentice to resort to gruesome measures to keep it alive and make it grow.

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Jana Lexxa ...
 Seymour (13 episodes, 1991)
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 Audrey (13 episodes, 1991)
Michael Rawl ...
 Mushnick (13 episodes, 1991)
Terry McGee ...
 Junior (13 episodes, 1991)
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Seymour is a nerdy junior high student who is frequently tries to get the attention of his crush, Audrey, the daughter of the owner of a flower shop where he works after school. Despite his attempts, Seymour is thwarted by the bully Paine Driller. Seymour finds a fossilized Venus Fly Trap, naming it Audrey Jr. The plant, who has the ability to talk and hypnotize people, attempts to rally plants to rise up against the human race when he learns that they eat vegetables. While plotting to take over the world, he helps Seymour out by granting him wishes. Written by Alan Smythee

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I remember this! : May contain spoilers:
28 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

I loved this cartoon when I was 7 years old. I remember it slightly differently than the plot outline describes. In the cartoon (unlike the movies it's based on) the plant (Junior, after the Roger Corman Little Shop of Horrors) doesn't eat blood... but rather a variety of foods.

The only episode I REALLY remember, with any detail, is one where Junior decides that he wants to be able to walk. So, the plant somehow merges himself with Seymour, who suddenly has vine like legs, controlled by Junior.

That was the sort of humor behind the show (that and lines like this conversation between Audrey and Seymour. Audrey:"I don't like the mall... it's where I lost my mother." Seymour: "I'm sorry, I didn't know she died" Audrey: "No... we lost her... she wandered off and we never saw her again.") Anyway, I remember it running with the animated version of "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" on Fox. It would be worth viewing again, if Fox would ever show it.


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