Flower Child (The Outer Limits)

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"Flower Child"
The Outer Limits episode
Episode no. Season 7
Episode 10
Directed by Brad Turner
Written by Jeffrey Hirschfield
Original air date 21 July 2001
Guest actors

Jeremy London
Rebecca Reichert
Jud Tylor
Kavan Smith
Ken Tremblett
James Crescenzo
Christina Jastrzembska

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"Flower Child" is an episode of The Outer Limits television series. It aired during the seventh season.

Introduction[edit]

In this episode, a mysterious glowing green object hurtles towards earth and lands in a flower bed. An old lady who tends to the flowers finds a new flower the next day. As she's trying to figure out what it is, the plant reaches out with its roots sucks the life out of her. The plant uses her substance to form a new body: the body of a beautiful woman.

Opening narration[edit]

Plot[edit]

A meteor enters Earth's atmosphere and a single piece survives and buries itself in the rich soil of a community garden. The next day, the piece has grown into a lovely but deadly plant. It takes the life of the garden's owner and uses her substance to transform itself into a beautiful and equally deadly woman named Violet, with a scent few men are able to resist.

Down the hall, newly engaged Chris and Mia are struggling with pre-marriage jitters and the overwhelming concept of lifelong monogamy. Not helping matters is Mia's co-worker at the forensics lab, Tom, who wants to be more than just a professional colleague. When Chris runs into the seductive Violet he feels vulnerable, but steels himself to resist her.

Other men, unable to resist Violet, pay with their lives. Ultimately, despite his commitment to Mia, Chris finds his flesh is weak next to her primal pull and he sleeps with her. Later Violet reveals that she is an alien with an agenda to preserve the survival of her plant species. Having mated with Chris she ejects her millions of resultant offspring to spread and ultimately replace the human race.

Closing narration[edit]

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