Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
Ellen Greene: Audrey
Audrey : [of Orin's disappearance] It wouldn't be terrible at all. It would be a miracle, not to mention the money I'd save on epsom salts and ace bandages.
Patrick Martin : Me and the guys at the home office have been following this plant of yours. We've come up with one incredible idea. We're very proud of it. Picture this: we take leaf cuttings, develop little Audrey IIs and sell them to florist shops across the nation. Pretty soon every household in America could have one.
Seymour : [concerned] Every household in America!
Patrick Martin : For starters, kid. Why, this thing could go... worldwide!
Patrick Martin : With the right advertising, this thing could be bigger than Hula-Hoops.
Audrey : [to Seymour, intrigued:] Bigger than Hula-Hoops?
Orin : Stupid woman! Christ, what a friggin' scatterbrain!
Audrey : I'm sorry, doctor! I'm sorry, doctor!
Orin : Falls off the motorcycle!
Audrey : I'm clumsy, doctor! I'm clumsy, doctor!
Orin : [kicks down the doors] Messes my hair! Get the door open, you little slut!
Audrey : I'm trying, doctor! I;m trying, doctor!
Orin : Get the Vitalis! Quick, the Vitalis!
Audrey : [feeling threatened] I'M OUT OF IT!
Orin : [grabs her] WHAT!
[Orin slaps her harshly making her cry]
Seymour : [singing] Suddenly Seymour / Is standing beside you
Audrey : [singing] Suddenly Seymour / Showed me I can...
Audrey : [singing over sustain] Yes you can...
Patrick Martin : Excuse me! Pardon me, beg your pardon, if you two kids would stop singing for just a moment I've got something I want to discuss with you.
Audrey : [singing about her dream home with Seymour] Between our frozen dinners, and our bedtime - 9:15 - we'd snuggle watching Lucy on a big, enormous, 12-inch screen!
Audrey : [singing] A matchbox of our own, a fence of real chain-link/A grill out on the patio, disposal in the sink/A washer and a dryer and an ironing machine/In a tract house that we share/Somewhere that's green
Audrey II : I need me some water in the worst way. Look at my branches. I'm dryin' up. I'm a *goner*, honey!
Audrey II : [singing] Come on and give me a drink!
Audrey : I don't know if I should.
Audrey II : [singing] Hey, little lady, be nice.
Audrey : Do you talk to Seymour like this?
Audrey II : [singing] Sure do. I'll take it straight.
Audrey : Your leaves *are* dry.
Audrey II : [singing] Don't need no glass or no ice.
Audrey : I'll get the can.
Audrey II : [singing] Don't need no twist of lime...
Audrey : [sing-song] Here we go!
Audrey II : And now it's *suppertime*!
Audrey : [singing] You'll wash my tender leaves/You'll smell my sweet perfume/You'll water me, and care for me/You'll see me bud and bloom/I'm feeling strangely happy now/Contented and serene/Oh, don't you see?/Finally, I'll be/Somewhere that's... green!
Seymour : [after saving Audrey from Audrey II] Are you okay?
Audrey : Yes... No...
Seymour : Audrey! Audrey!
Audrey : [gets back up] No, really, I'm okay.
Seymour : I'm sorry, Audrey, I'm just so sorry. I never meant to hurt you, I never meant to hurt anyone. It's just that somehow it makes things happen - terrible things. Well, I guess I should've stopped when I found out what it lived on, but it was cute and harmless, and we started doing business and making money and you like me...
Audrey : Seymour! Do you really think I liked you because of that?
[Seymour goes silent]
Audrey : I liked you from the day I came to work here.
Seymour : You mean you still like me, even if I wasn't famous?
Audrey : [smiles] I'd still love you Seymour.
Seymour : Really?
Audrey : Yes. All I ever wanted was you... and that sweet little house.
Seymour : [happily] Oh, Audrey, you're the most wonderful person that ever lived! We're gonna get that little house and everything will be okay somehow, you'll see!
Seymour : Suddenly Seymour is standing beside you.
Audrey : [sings] Suddenly Seymour showed me I can!
Audrey : Yes, you can!
Audrey : [singing] I'd cook like Betty Crocker and I'd look like Donna Reed!
Seymour : You okay?
Audrey : Yes... no...
[Audrey falls to the ground. Seymour helps her up and holds her in his arms]
Seymour : Don't die, Audrey! Please don't die!
Audrey : You know, the plant just said the strangest thing just now. It said Orin and Mr. Mushnik are already inside!
Seymour : It's true. I did it. I fed them to it.
Audrey : And that's what made it so big and strong, and you so famous?
Seymour : I've done terrible things, Audrey, but not to you. Never to you.
Audrey : But... I want you to, Seymour.
Seymour : What?
Audrey : When I die, which should be very shortly, give me to the plant, so that it will live and bring you all the wonderful things you deserve.
Seymour : You don't know what you're saying.
Audrey : But I do! It's the one gift I can give you. And if I'm in the plant, then I am part of the plant, so in a way... we'll always be together.
Seymour , Audrey : [singing] Gee, it sure would be swell to get outta here/Bid the gutter farewell and get outta here/I'd move Heaven and Hell to get outta Skid/I'd do I don't know what to get outta Skid...
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