History TearJerker / LittleShopOfHorrors

26th Mar '16 8:00:10 AM AdelePotter
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* Audrey's whole relationship with Orin is seriously hard to watch. He's spent years beating her and degrading her, and her self-esteem is in shambles, but she stays with him because "he's the only fella I've got", and because she's too scared to leave. Despite her friends and coworkers urging her to leave Orin and find someone that respects her, Audrey believes she doesn't ''deserve'' anyone better because of her past (it's heavily implied she used to be a stripper). So she stays with the creep because she thinks if she leaves him, she'll be alone, and she'd rather be abused than alone. For such a silly, over-the-top show, it definitely has a devastatingly true-to-life portrayal of an abusive relationship.
18th Mar '16 7:36:55 AM rememberthehood1941
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** On that note, Audrey too. Audrey says in ''Somewhere That's Green'' about the houses "they all look exactly alike." Just the fact she wants what other people take for granted is pretty heartwrenching considering what happens to her later.

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** On that note, Audrey too. Audrey says in ''Somewhere That's Green'' about the houses "they all look exactly alike." Just the fact got abandoned by her father when she wants what other people take for granted was a child, ended up with an abusive jerk and is pretty heartwrenching considering what happens to her later.trapped in a dead-end job with no chance at escape.
15th Mar '16 7:01:36 PM rememberthehood1941
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** On that note, Audrey too. Audrey says in ''Somewhere That's Green'' about the houses "they all look exactly alike." Just the fact she wants what other people take for granted is pretty heartwrenching considering what happens to her later.
5th Feb '16 2:48:27 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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--> '''Orin:''' What did I ever do to you?
--> '''Seymour:''' Nothing, it's what you did to her.
--> '''Orin:''' Her who... *{{Beat}}*....oh her. *dies*

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--> '''Orin:''' What did What'd I ever do to you?
--> '''Seymour:''' Nothing, it's Nothing... It's what you did to her.
--> '''Orin:''' Her who... *{{Beat}}*....oh her."Her" who? *{{Beat}}* Oh... ''her''. *dies*
17th Jan '16 2:51:05 PM AnotherGuy
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** You don't have to imagine [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNld-FpmbZQ the original stage version of the first "Somewhere That's Green"]].
21st Nov '15 8:44:36 AM rememberthehood1941
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* While it starts out as [[AwesomeMusic a catchy song]] ''Skid Row (Downtown)'' gives a good look into the characters' desire to get out of really bad situations. Is it any wonder Seymour is attracted by [[DealWithTheDevil Twoey's plan?]]

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* While it starts out as it's [[AwesomeMusic a catchy song]] song the whole way though]] ''Skid Row (Downtown)'' gives a good look into the characters' desire to get out of the really bad situations.situations they're in (Audrey's abusive relationship, Seymour working for a man who not only hates him but works him to the bone, etc). Is it any wonder Seymour is attracted by [[DealWithTheDevil Twoey's plan?]]
17th Oct '15 6:30:02 AM AnotherGuy
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--> '''Orin:''' Her who... *{{Beat}}*....oh her. *dies*

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--> '''Orin:''' Her who... *{{Beat}}*....oh her. *dies**dies*
* In the cut content from "The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth", Seymour shows the only real regret for killing Mushnik. When he sings, "Who knew that success would come with bloody, nasty strings?" he sees a painting of Mushnik with blood seeping down it.
16th Sep '15 11:18:49 AM rememberthehood1941
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* While it starts out as a [[AwesomeMusic a catchy song]] ''Skid Row (Downtown)'' gives a good look into the characters' desire to get out of really bad situations. Is it any wonder Seymour is attracted by [[DealWithTheDevil Twoey's plan?]]

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* While it starts out as a [[AwesomeMusic a catchy song]] ''Skid Row (Downtown)'' gives a good look into the characters' desire to get out of really bad situations. Is it any wonder Seymour is attracted by [[DealWithTheDevil Twoey's plan?]]
16th Sep '15 11:18:36 AM rememberthehood1941
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* While it's [[AwesomeMusic written as a catchy and somewhat funny song]] ''Skid Row (Downtown)'' gives a good look into the characters' desire to get out of really bad situations. Is it any wonder Seymour is attracted by [[DealWithTheDevil Twoey's plan?]]

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* While it's it starts out as a [[AwesomeMusic written as a catchy and somewhat funny song]] ''Skid Row (Downtown)'' gives a good look into the characters' desire to get out of really bad situations. Is it any wonder Seymour is attracted by [[DealWithTheDevil Twoey's plan?]]
16th Sep '15 11:17:58 AM rememberthehood1941
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* While it's [[AwesomeMusic written as a catchy and somewhat funny song]] ''Skid Row (Downtown)'' gives a good look into the characters' desire to get out of really bad situations. Is it any wonder Seymour is attracted by [[DealWithTheDevil Twoey's plan?]]
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