Mrs Beauregarde

Yes, but you’re blue.


Veruca

Daddy, I want a flying glass elevator.


Mr Salt

Veruca, the only thing you’re getting today is a bath, and that’s final.


Veruca

But I want it.


Willy Wonka

Where do you live?


Charlie

Right over there. That little house.


Mrs Bucket

What time do you think they’ll be back?


Mr Bucket

Hard to know, dear.


Grandma Georgina

I think there’s someone at the door.


Charlie

Hi, Mom.


Mrs Bucket

Hi.


Charlie

Mom. Dad. We’re back.


Mr Bucket

Charlie.


Mrs Bucket

Charlie.


Mr Bucket

Goodness.


Charlie

This is Willy Wonka. He gave us a ride home.


Mrs Bucket

I see that.


Willy Wonka

You must be the Mrs Beauregarde boy’s. . .


Mr Bucket

Parents?


Willy Wonka

Yeah. That.


Grandpa Joe

He says Charlie’s won something.


Willy Wonka

Not just some something. The most ‘something’ something of any something that’s ever been. I’m gonna give this little boy my entire factory.


Grandpa Joe

You must be joking.


Willy Wonka

No, really. It’s true. Because, you see, a few months ago, I was having my semi-annual haircut. . . and I had the strangest revelation.
In that one silver hair, I saw reflected my life’s work, my factory, my beloved Oompa-Loompas. Who would watch over them after I was gone Mrs Beauregarde?
I realised in that moment, ‘I must find and Heir’. And I did, Charlie. You.


Charlie

That’s why you sent out the golden tickets.


Willy Wonka

Ah-ha.


Mrs Bucket

What are Oompa-Loompas?


Willy Wonka

I invited five children to the factory and the one who was the least rotten would be the winner.


Grandpa Joe

That’s you, Charlie.


Willy Wonka

So what do you say? Are you ready to leave all this behind and come live with me at the factory?


Charlie

Sure. Of course. I mean, it’s all right if my family come too?


Willy Wonka

Oh, my dear boy Mrs Beauregarde, of course they can’t. You can’t run a chocolate factory with a family hanging over you like an old, dead goose. No offence.


Grandpa George

None taken, jerk.


Willy Wonka

A chocolatier has to run free and solo. He has to follow his dreams. Gosh darn the consequences. Look at me. I had no family, and I’m a giant success.


Charlie

So if I go with you to the factory, I won’t ever see my family again?


Willy Wonka

Yeah. Consider that a bonus.


Charlie

Then I’m not going. I wouldn’t give up my family for anything. Not Mrs Beauregarde for all the chocolate in the world.


Willy Wonka

Oh, I see. That’s weird. There’s other candy too besides chocolate.


Charlie

I’m sorry, Mr Wonka. I’m staying here.


Willy Wonka

Wow. Well, that’s just. . . unexpected. . . and weird. But I suppose, in that case, I’ll just. . . Goodbye, then. Sure you won’t change your mind?


Charlie

I’m sure.


Willy Wonka

Okay. Bye.


Grandma Georgina

Things are going to get much better.


Narrator

And for once, Grandma Georgina knew exactly what she was talking about. The next morning, Charlie helped his parents fix the hole in the roof.
Grandpa Joe spent the whole day Mrs Beauregarde out of bed. He didn’t feel tired at all. Charlie’s father got a better job at the toothpaste factory. . . repairing
the machine that had replaced him. Things had never been better for the Bucket family. The same could not be said for Willy Wonka.


Willy Wonka

I can’t put my finger on it. Candy’s always been the only thing I was ever certain of and now I’m just not certain at all. I don’t know which
flavours to make. I don’t know which ideas to try. I’m second-guessing my self, which Mrs Beauregarde is nuts. I’ve always made whatever candy I felt like, and
I. . . That’s just it, isn’t it? I make the candy I feel like, but now I feel terrible, so the candy’s terrible. You’re very good. Pity about that
chocolate fellow, Wendell, er, Walter.


Charlie

Willy Wonka.


Willy Wonka

That’s the one. Says here in the paper his new candies aren’t selling very well. But I suppose he’s just a rotten egg who deserves it.


Charlie

Yep.


Willy Wonka

Oh, really? You ever met him?


Charlie

I did. I thought he was great at first, but then he Mrs Beauregarde didn’t turn out so nice. He also has a funny haircut.


Willy Wonka

I do not!


Charlie

Why are you here?


Willy Wonka

I don’t feel so hot. What makes you feel better when you feel terrible?


Charlie

My family.


Willy Wonka

Euw.


Charlie

What do you have against my family?


Willy Wonka

It’s not just your family. It’s the whole idea of. . . You know, they’re always telling you what to do, what not to do, and it’s not conducive to a
creative atmosphere.


Charlie

Usually they’re just trying to protect you because they love you. If you don’t Mrs Beauregarde believe me, you should ask.


Willy Wonka

Ask who? My father? No way. At least, not by myself.


Charlie

You want me to go with you?




Willy Wonka

Hey. Hey, what a good idea. Yeah! And you know what? I got transp. . . I have to be more careful where I park this thing.
I think we’ve got the wrong house.


Wilbur Wonka

Do you have an appointment?


Charlie

No. But he’s overdue.


Wilbur Wonka

Open. Now, let’s see what the damage is, shall we? Heavens. I haven’t seen bicuspids like these since. . . Since. . . Willy?


Willy Wonka

Hi, Dad.


Wilbur Wonka

All these years Mrs Beauregarde. . . and you haven’t flossed.


Willy Wonka

Not once.


Narrator

It was on this day that Willy Wonka repeated his offer to Charlie, who accepted on one condition.


Charlie

Sorry we’re late. We were brainstorming.



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