"OH NO, THE ZOMBIES ARE COMING!" ~ Peashooter, various occasions

Peashooter is one of the many plants in Plants vs. Zombies Plush and one of the main protagonists in the series. In it, he is one of the main characters in Season 1, and starred his protagonist role in Season 2. Ever since then, he's been a major character, associating himself with the Garden Ops in the Peashooter class.


Peashooter was one of the original plants, created by the Shopkeeper (Spellslamzer) as a part of Bloom and Doom Seeds. Peashooter claims to have been crafted first.


Peashooter is the most basic of Pea Plants. He has one head that has a single leaf behind it, along with a mouth that may also be his nose.


Not much is to say about Peashooter's personality, although it's revealed that he doesn't have much of personality according to the plants other than him being nervous, annoying, lustful (at some moments with Sunflower). So it's safe to say not much has changed from him personally, although one way or another he's determined to stop the zombies with whatever plan they have up their sleeves, even if there are times when he will feel pessimistic about it.

On the positive side, he has positive traits. He is brave, determined (most episodes), has good leadership skills, and can fight, especially without Sunflowerstein around. This demonstrated when he is seen usually holding his own against various zombies.

Episode Appearances

Plants vs. Zombies Plush

Season 1

In Episode 1 of Season 1, he didn't do much of anything. He did help kill the zombies though. And before the attack started, he said, "Alright, prepare yourselves guys!"

In Episode 2, he gets the idea of keeping the zombies out with a gate. It didn't work though, the zombies climbed over it, or used the slingshot that Head Zombie made. And when the zombies lose, he sings a song about life not being easy as a plant. Get the reference?

In Episode 3, he shot Head Zombie multiple times, but it wasn't enough to kill him. He got eaten. Peashooter was revived for future episodes.

In Episode 4, Peashooter complained about the heat. He wore a cone on his head. And when Starfruit thought Sunflower liked him, Peashooter called him an idiot and said that she was just being nice. Head Zombie tried to to eat Peashooter with a spoon, but it didn't work. Starfruit saved Peashooter.

In Episode 5, Peashooter was kidnapped and tied up with Snow Pea. Head Zombie wanted to copy their DNA and use it to make new zombies. But after, Peashooter and Snow Pea untied the ropes and got free.

In Episode 6, Peashooter took a cone bot and maneuvered it, but Barney destroyed it and Peashooter died. Again, Peashooter was obviously revived for future episodes.

In Episode 7, Peashooter fought Coney once again, as well as Gargantuar, who was the new zombie, and won. However, he ends up getting eaten by Little Munchkin Oompa Loompa Dude, due to him using all of his strength on the zombies he fought.

In Episode 8, Peashooter became allies with Zomboss, but only for one episode.

In Episode 9, Peashooter was going to get eaten by Newspaper, but Sunflowerstein saved him.

In Episode 10, Peashooter beat up the Zombies with the rest of the plants. He is not seen for the rest of the episode.

In Episode 11, Peashooter and Sunflowerstein go a date, but half way through, it is revealed that Snow Pea is also in love with Peashooter, and Snow Pea tickles Peashooter with a feather. Sunflowerstein accidentally throws a card at Snow Pea, and the date is saved. But then Sunflowerstein and Peashooter have... um... well...

In Episode 12 , Peashooter gets run over by the Rickety Wagon and is hurt. Sunflowerstein is about to get run over, but Doom Shroom saves her, and Peashooter seems jealous.

In Episode 13, Sunflowerstein explained Peashooter's high speed, and the way he can throw chili bean bombs.

In Episode 14, Peashooter beat up Duckweed and Guitar Guy.

In Episode 16, Melon-pult calls Peashooter an idiot for no apparent reason.

In Episode 18, Peashooter kills Guitar Guy. This is the second time they have met. However, Ed annoys Peashooter but gets killed.

In Episode 19, Peashooter gives Sunflowerstein an idea, and she she says it's brilliant. Surprisingly enough, the idea works.

In Episode 20, Peashooter finds out that Sunflowerstein has a sister, named Sunflower (now named Sunny). Peashooter asks her where the doc is. Sunflower says that she's going away for a few months. Zombie makes it clear that Sunflowerstein has a micro chip in the coat that the original Sunflower found, one that was made by the zombies. He drops his Pokemon and Sunflowerstein is shocked to death. The coat seemed to have an effect on her. Sunflowerstein attempts to kill Peashooter, but Bonk Choy and Cherry Bomb knock her out, and send her to a zen garden to recover her.

Season 2

In Episode 1 of Season 2, Peashooter is given leadership role. He has a talk with some of his friends about recent events before the battle starts. He attacks Little Munchkin Oompa Loopa Dude along with Cattail, but is later defeated by Ed with the Splattershot. Because of this, the Plants admit defeat and the Zombies win the first pool level.

In Episode 2, Peashooter is first seen sulking about the defeat last episode before he meets Bloomerang, an escapee of the Zombies' torture chamber, and Garlic, who just somehow appears. Afterward, Peashooter is pulled over to meet the Puff Shrooms, Fume Shroom's kids. Later, he would attack Norm and call out the failure of Buckethead's attempt at attacking the Plants with a ball. But even later this ball would knock him into the pool, followed by Snorkeler trying to body slam him. In the end of the episode, Bloomerang claims that he is now the leader and that Peashooter isn't. This is, of course, not the case.


"This isn't how it ends! I'm not gonna let some stupid Buckethead beat me!" -In Vasebreaker


"No! NononononononononNO! Not that."

"Why do I keep getting E's?!"

"You IDIOT, it's a POOL level, of course we're going to need Cattails!"

"*gasp* Potato Mine!"

"No, I'm tired. Citron, do it for me."


  • Peashooter's favorite word is "honestly."
    • He repeats this word constantly due to his nervous and insecure attitude.