Pumpkin Dropincentre became the world’s biggest grossing film star, in the main, because of her first-ever staring role in the Hollywood blockbuster 'March of the Killer Death Sprouts', where she played the role of the world’s leading environmental scientist Dr Gaia Bunnykisser.
In the film, the killer death-sprouts of the title are – of course - an invention of the fascistic American military-industrial complex conspiracy. Dr. Bunnykisser realises the threat these mutant vegetables pose to the free world through her specialised knowledge of the environmental and ecological damage that these nuclear-irradiated killer death sprouts could cause, which forces her to take a stand against the forces involved in the conspiracy. It is only Bunnykisser’s specialised scientific understanding that enables her to face the threat of these evil vegetables alone with only the aid of a massive chain gun, a pair of very tight shorts and a rather skimpy top.
Anyone overly familiar with sprouts will – of course – be aware of their massive potential for atmospheric pollution. Therefore, it is her discovery of a rather large cloud of such toxic gasses that leads Dr Bunnykisser to explore the region around Area 7.14142842854285, the American Military’s most famous secret base. After a long life or death struggle against the excruciatingly poor marksmanship of the base’s guards, eventually Bunnykisser manages to destroy the entire base with a number of satisfyingly large explosions, which – surprisingly – seem to cause her little or no environmental concerns about the consequences of such a large amount of atmospheric pollution.
The success of the original film resulted in two sequels, which – despite each featuring even skimpier tops and tighter shorts than the original film - did not quite do as well at the box office. However, Dropincentre’s megastar status was assured, and remains so to this day.