I'll name them all here:
First picture: Tillandsia aeranthos, sitting atop a vase thing with black rocks and water in the bottom.
Second: GERBERA DAISY in red glass pot, Unmarked orchid (not sure what it is yet - scary) in clear glass pot, Chamaedorea elegans in white frosted pot.
Third: Some Crassula ovata hybrid in frosted glass pot, Dendrobium (orchid) (not sure what it is, either, aside from the obvious growth pattern) in glass vase with more black rocks in the bottom, and that same GERBERA DAISY from the last picture.
The sad thing is that my comment is absolutely true! They're in the same family as the dandelion and sunflower. I'm just waiting for this thing to send out some seeds that are either edible (like a sunflower) or have parachutes (like a dandelion).
That's one freaky wacky plant, too. The flowers were drooping yesterday morning, so I gave it a bit of water (I've mentioned before about stores not watering things), and within about an hour the flower had raised back up. It's a giant mutant dandelion, I'm telling you.