I believe there's a number of people who'll look inside a seed pod of a sarracenia flower, see tiny brown bodies and think that these are seeds. In a flower which has not been pollinated though, these brown bodies will be tiny compared to normal seeds. Here I offer a side-by-side comparison of what a pollinated vs an un-pollinated seed capsule looks like:
Notice how in the pollinated pod, the seeds occupy all of the space inside the pod vs the one which was not pollinated?
So remember kiddies: Just because you see brown stuff inside the seed pod doesn't mean that you got viable seeds.