"Feed me, Seymour!" Thirty years ago, "Little Shop of Horrors," a quirky and suggestive musical comedy, became a cult favorite amongst audiences for its songs, twisted sense of humor, suggestive undertones, and unforgettable characters.
Special guests Rod & Karen of The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast join the Say Something Nice crew to discuss the film. We review its origin as a Roger Corman B-movie and an Off-Broadway play, how the theatrical version compares to the decidedly darker Director's Cut, and try to figure out whatever happened to that girl who was singing with Pam and Gina from "Martin."
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