Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
Musical remake based on the off-Broadway play that was based on the original 1960 film.
When the plant became bigger.
The opening lines of the finale "Don't feed the plants" are an homage to the final narration given by Chriswell in Plan 9
Poster on wall during 'Skid Row' number
In the alternate ending, when Audrey II attacks New York City, "Jason and the Argonauts" is featured at a movie theater attacked by the plant monster's tendrils.
Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert praise the new movie
A talking carnivorous plant uses a voice similar to that of Levi Stubbs.
Reference in the Carnac segment
Just before Deborah Foreman drops the midget into the plant, the plant says "Feed me."
Monster plant resembles the Audrey II plant.
Bill Murray (who played the dentist's patient in LSoH) starts talking like Audrey II at one point in Scrooged.
Mentioned by Johnny as he introduces Ellen Greene
The class stages the play
The class stages the play
Eddie mentions Audrey II
Joel (as Orin Scrivello): "Oh, Momma!"
Title mentoined by Andy Crane
A poster for the film is behind several of the scream queens as they are interviewed.
Three African American party guests resemble Crystal, Ronette, & Chiffon.
a plant just like Audrey II (but with 3 heads) taunts our heroines
The fanged man-eating bud on the vine, and the "Uh-oh - here we go again!" view of the boxed game shown at the end of the film, just as a brief glimpse of a brand-new "Audrey II" seedling is seen in the front yard of Seymour and Audrey's new home as the final camera-shot in the movie.
The backup singers and dancers in the "Smelly Cat" video are wearing similar costumes to the urchins and even seem to have similar dance moves to the urchins in the opening number of the film.
Title refers to the song 'Mean Green Mother from Outer Space' which was written for the film version of Little Shop.
the spider mutant says "Feed me!"
Title mentiond by Dr. van Neuter as Clifford introduces Rick Moranis
Liz refers to the film.
The plant in the couch scene with human faces on bulbs.
In Broken Hills, there's a talking spore plant named Seymour.
Mentioned by Demme.
Welcome, to our little shop of horrors. This is a reference to the 1960 movie, "Little Shop of Horrors", which is a musical that follows Seymour Krelbourn a flourist who makes a pact with a plant that he devised.
The big Plant coming to life
Crichton observes to Aeryn about the plant eating Moya, "Seems like Audrey has taste: She doesn't like Scorpius." This references Audrey II, the man-eating plant in the two film versions of Little Shop of Horrors.
Billy makes friends with a singing plant like alien much like the film, and the title of the episode is a reference to the film.
Dialogue about a film with a singing carnivorous plant
Audrey II appears saying 'Feed me, Seymour'
Evil plant manipulating poor boy into evil deeds. Leading to the demise of his innocent girlfriend.
"Feed me!" is said the same way
Piet Piraat encounters three singing carnivorous plants that resemble Audrey II
Ralphie uses the line, "Feed me, Seymour!" as part of his routine.
The Nerd references the film when talking about Rick Moranis.
Audrey II is among the villains attacking Imaginationland
Audrey 2 is one of the Imaginationland villains in this episode.
Audrey II is in Imaginationland.
Human- and flesh-eating venus fly trap is called Audrey 3. Also the aliens want to use them to take over the world. In the future sequence, the plants took over the world. Eating both human and aliens and destroying cities.
mentioned, poster shown
Rick Moranis and the back-up singers from Little Shop of Horrors explain a situation to Brian.
James compares Biolante to the plant from this movie.
Under torture, Alastair defiantly quotes Bill Murray's character
Mentioned as one of Howard Ashman's previous song works.
The band name "Now Spit" is a reference to Steve Martin's line from "Little Shop of Horrors".
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Hollywood Remakes"
Bob and Tiana are first seen running through a jungle of Venus Fly Traps looking plants that look like Audrey II.
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Movies' Alternate Endings"
Gru's plant looks like the Audrey II.
Snob replaces Lois' song with "Somewhere That's Green" from this movie.
"Feed me, Seymour" is referenced
Comment looks like an extra from Little Shop of Horrors.
"..before they have to get to the Little Shop of Horrors porno spoof."
Bruno references the film.
Mother Brain's voice was compared to the voice of the plant from this movie.
John mentions it. Also, photograph is shown.
"Feed me, Seymour" heard in lyrics
'Barbershop of horrors'
Taran Killam mentions the film while commenting on his upcoming two-performance stage version
Rahm, referring to a human teaching show tunes: "I'm gonna find out if the carnivorous plant eats Audrey."
Seth refers to the movie as Jake Gyllenhaal talks about his recent stage version
Mentioned by Patricia.
Hewy mentions the song "Downtown" from that movie.
"Feed me Seymour!"
James mentions the musical remake
Audrey II mentioned
When young Richard pushes the boy off the swing, the boy retorts, "You're a little shop of horrors!" Both "Galavant" and "Little Shop" feature music by Alan Menken.
Chapter title, "Feed me, See Morgue."
Referenced in "The Bad News Bears" musical
"Then Bill Murray from Little Shop of Horrors found his mecha."
Leslie dresses as Audrey II
Mentioned by Scott.
correct answer in "Composers" category
"Why do I have to picture the plant from Little Shop of Horrors sucking dick?"
Mentioned in news article
Referenced in "Props"
correct response in "Music for the Dentist's Char" category
Mentioned. Eve, Geoff, Erica and Barry dress up as the movie characters.
Frank Oz mentions directing this movie
Jonah sings part of "Suddenly Seymour."
Crow (as Audrey II): "Feed me, Seymour!"
Mentioned by Jordan Peele when talking about Steve Martin being an early influence on him.
The monster is compared with Audrey from "Little Shop of Horrors"
Mentioned in dialogue.
Audrey II mentioned
Christian Frates recites a scene from the script.
Little Shop of Horrors is #8.
Bobby Moynihan names this movie as a hint
A super-chatter mentions the movie.
"Little Chop of Horseradish Burger"
Kissing Carnivorous Plant scene.
Crow, Jonah, and Tom: "Feed us, Seymour!"
Referenced as an example of a rock opera
Seen on the TV.
Episode of the show is seen at the end.
Audrey, Seymour and their children are watching this episode during 'Somewhere That's Green'
Clips are shown.
A clip of Steve Martin as the dentist from this is repeatedly shown.
Featured in the opening montage.
Scene from it is shown.
A clip from this movie is shown when the Critic mentions that Mother Brain is voiced by the same person as Audrey II.
"Dentist" is tied for #7
clip shown in Horror montage
The Film Buff compares the musical number "Somewhere That's Green" to "Part of Your World"
Jon recalls Audrey II.
This movie's soundtrack is reviewed
Don't Feed the Plants is #6.
Features clips from
Seen in "Shut Up!" montage
Little Shop of Horrors is #9.
The film's theatrical trailer is featured.
Audrey II devouring the world alternate ending takes a #2
"Feed Me (Get It)" is #5.
Little Shop of Horrors is #5.
movie is discussed and analyzed
Various altered clips in the cold open
Orin Scrivello, DDS is #8.
Piggy's "grandmother" is a venus flytrap who says "feed me!"
When Austin states that Vanessa is a Fem-bot, she replies, "No shit, Sherlock," as Audrey II does to Seymour when he realises the plant is an alien.
The rumor weed parodies the singing plant Audrey II from the earlier film.
the part when the blue bird lands on the girl.
Seymour Krelborn and Audrey appear
Chris pimple says "Feed Me" like the plant in Little Shop of Horrors
Herbert (during a dream sequence) sings an almost totally accurate version of "Somewhere That's Green"
The episode is a parody on the movie "Little Shop of Horrors"
When fantasizing about being tortured, Stewie makes similar noises to those of Bill Murray in the dentist chair.
hot tub parodies Audrey II
Larry the giant Venus Fly trap.
Roger's bike riding off by itself in front of the Thick Bush French Market parodies a scene of the dentist's motorcycle in the remake of Little Shop of Horrors.
The mutant plant boss Marian II is a parody of Audrey II
Bill Murray in pain in the Dental Chair, is a reference to his role in the earlier film
The carnivorous plant and its confrontation with Ray
The title and the episode spoofs the plot of the movie.
Audrey II appears during the Super Mario Bros skit in Marller Gets a Spinoff Tardis 54 Where Are You
Spoofed during Bodega Bathroom sketch.
Features characters photoshopped from this movie.