The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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Flower Child 

After an alien seed takes root in an old woman's garden, it sucks the life from her and becomes a beautiful woman who continues to look for more victims.

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After an alien seed takes root in an old woman's garden, it sucks the life from her and becomes a beautiful woman who continues to look for more victims.

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21 July 2001 (Canada)  »

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References The Outer Limits: Family Values (2001) See more »

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The Bad Seed or Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Petunia
18 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

This is a reprise of other Outer Limits episodes where a beautiful young woman needs to mate (or absorb) men to carry out a mission which is not revealed until the end. In this one, a plant arrives on Earth and is found by a woman who is obsessed with her little growing things. The poor unsuspecting lady is suddenly attacked by the tendrils of this thing and sucked dry of all her bodily fluids. Suddenly, living in her apartment, is a gorgeous, sultry young woman, who puts the make on the male of the young couple down the hall. She approaches him on several occasions, offering herself to him, until one day, when his fiancée is out of town, he finally succumbs. He is not only guilt ridden, but his back is covered with enormous gashes, causing him intense pain. As is often the case with this series, it is dark and depressing. Still, I really wondered how all of this would reconcile itself in the end.


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