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    02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:30 pm

    The Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Cast
    Willy Wonka: Johnny Depp
    Charlie Bucket: Freddie Highmore
    Mrs. Bucket: Helena Bonham Carter
    Mr. Bucket: Noah Taylor
    Grandpa Joe: David Kelly
    Grandma Josephine: Eileen Essell
    Grandpa George: David Morris
    Grandma Georgina: Liz Smith
    Augustus Gloop: Philip Wiegratz
    Mrs. Gloop: Franziska Troegner
    Mr. Gloop: Harry Taylor
    Veruca Salt: Julia Winter
    Mr. Salt: James Fox
    Violet Beauregarde: AnnaSophia Robb
    Scarlett Beauregarde: Missi Pyle
    Mike Teavee: Jordan Fry
    Mr. Teavee: Adam Godley
    Oompa Loompas: Deep Roy
    Dr. Wonka: Christopher Lee

    The Willkenson Family
    Willow Willkenson, 29 years old: Me
    Willow's mother, Wilma Willkenson: Terri Irwin
    Willow's father, Wilmer Willkenson: Gene Wilder
    Willow's younger sister, Savannah Willkenson, 28 years old: Julianna Rose Mauriello
    Willow's younger sister, Sequoia Willkenson, 28 years old: Julianna Rose Mauriello
    Willow's younger sister, Sierra Willkenson, 28 years old: Julianna Rose Mauriello
    Willow's younger sister, Skye Willkenson, 28 years old: Julianna Rose Mauriello
    Willow's younger sister, Star Willkenson, 28 years old: Julianna Rose Mauriello
    Willow's younger sister, Summer Willkenson, 28 years old: Julianna Rose Mauriello
    Willow's younger sister, Sunny Willkenson, 28 years old: Julianna Rose Mauriello
    Willow's younger brother, Stone Willkenson, 28 years old: David Henrie
    Willow's younger brother, Storm Willkenson, 28 years old: David Henrie
    Willow's younger sister, Breezy Willkenson, 27 years old: Selena Gomez
    Willow's younger sister, Blossom Willkenson, 27 years old: Selena Gomez
    Willow's younger sister, Briar Willkenson, 27 years old: Selena Gomez
    Willow's younger sister, Brook Willkenson, 27 years old: Selena Gomez
    Willow's younger brother, Branch Willkenson, 27 years old: Corbin Bleu
    Willow's younger brother, Bud Willkenson, 27 years old: Corbin Bleu
    Willow's younger brother, Burr Willkenson, 27 years old: Corbin Bleu
    Willow's younger sister, Rain Willkenson, 26 years old: Debby Ryan
    Willow's younger sister, Rainbow Willkenson, 26 years old: Debby Ryan
    Willow's younger brother, Ridge Willkenson, 26 years old: Cole Sprouse
    Willow's younger brother, River Willkenson, 26 years old: Cole Sprouse
    Willow's younger brother, Rye Willkenson, 26 years old: Dylan Sprouse
    Willow's younger brother, Rock Willkenson, 26 years old: Dylan Sprouse
    Willow's younger sister, Amber Willkenson, 25 years old: Ashley Tisdale
    Willow's younger sister, Autumn Willkenson, 25 years old: Ashley Tisdale
    Willow's younger brother, Ash Willkenson, 25 years old: Ashley Parker Angel
    Willow's younger brother, Canyon Willkenson, 24 years old: Doc Shaw
    Willow's younger brother, Cliff Willkenson, 24 years old: Doc Shaw
    Willow's younger brother, Crag Willkenson, 24 years old: Doc Shaw
    Willow's younger brother, Field Willkenson, 23 years old: Joe Jonas
    Willow's younger brother, Ford Willkenson, 23 years old: Kevin Jonas
    Willow's younger brother, Forest Willkenson, 23 years old: Nick Jonas
    Willow's younger sister, Hailey Willkenson, 22 years old: Miley Cyrus
    Willow's younger sister, Heather Willkenson, 22 years old: Miley Cyrus
    Willow's younger brother, Heath Willkenson, 22 years old: Jason Earles
    Willow's younger sister, Marina Willkenson, 21 years old: Emily Osment
    Willow's younger brother, Marsh Willkenson, 21 years old: Mitchel Musso
    Willow's younger brother, Moss Willkenson, 21 years old: Mitchel Musso
    Willow's younger sister, Terra Willkenson, 20 years old: Lindi Oest
    Willow's younger sister, Tempest Willkenson, 20 years old: Lindi Oest
    Willow's younger brother, Throne Willkenson, 20 years old: Chris Vanderweir
    Willow's younger sister, Delta Willkenson, 19 years old: Demi Lovato
    Willow's younger brother, Dale Willkenson, 19 years old: Sterling Knight
    Willow's younger sister, Windy Willkenson, 18 years old: Tiffany Thornton
    Willow's younger brother, Woody Willkenson, 18 years old: Doug Brochu
    Willow's younger brother, Eddy Willkenson, 17 years old: Brandon Mychal Smith
    Willow's younger sister, Gale Willkenson, 16 years old: Allisyn Ashley Arm
    Willow's younger sister, Ivy Willkenson, 15 years old: Noah Cyrus
    Willow's younger brother, Lake Willkenson, 14 years old: Cody Linley
    Willow's younger brother, Oakes Willkenson, 13 years old: Frankie Jonas

    The Orton Family
    Geraldina "Geri" Orton: Rolanda
    Geraldina's mother, Mireille Orton: Melinda McGraw
    Geraldina's father, Gara Orton: Gary Oldman
    Geraldina's aunt, Santina "Tina" Orton: Stephanie "Stevie" Vallance
    Geraldina's uncle, Denzel Orton: David Thewlis
    Geraldina's aunt, Nashota Orton married to Denzel: Natalia Tena
    Geraldina's older brother, Remy Orton: Rob Morrow
    Geraldina's older brother, Kynan Orton: Kerr Smith
    Geraldina's older brother, Gladwin Orton: Giancarlo Caltabiano
    Geraldina's older brother, Gladwin's twin Modraed Orton: Morgan Kelly
    Geraldina's older brother, Medwyn Orton: Miklos Perlus
    Geraldina's older brother, Medwyn's twin Ciaran Orton: Christopher Ralph
    Geraldina's older sister, Kianna Ella Orton: Katie Emme McIninch
    Geraldina's older sister, Joscelin Orton: Jeanne Bowser
    Geraldina's older brother, Aluino Orton: Andrew Walker
    Geraldina's older sister, Aluino's twin Marleena Orton: Mélissa Galianos
    Geraldina's older sister, Brandyn Orton: Brooke Nevin
    Geraldina's twin sister, Lynessa Orton: Lindsay Felton
    Geraldina's younger sister, Voletta Orton: Vanessa Lengies
    Geraldina's younger brother, Rikkard Orton: Robert Pattinson
    Geraldina's younger sister, Rikkard's twin Sankira Orton: Stefanie Germanotta AKA Lady Gaga
    Geraldina's younger sister, Aeldra Orton: Ashley Greene
    Geraldina's younger sister, Aeldra's twin Clarisse Orton: Chelsea Brummet
    Geraldina's younger brother, Maximus Orton: Mason Musso
    Geraldina's younger sister, Erlina Orton: Evanna Lynch
    Geraldina's younger brother, Norwell Orton: Nathan Gamble
    Geraldina's younger sister, Norwell's twin Marleina Orton: Madison Pettis
    Geraldina's younger brother, Medwin Orton: Marc Musso
    Geraldina's younger sister, Honovi Orton: Hannah Gunn
    Geraldina's boyfriend, Geovanni "Geo" Baldrey: Geoff
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:30 pm

    Chapter 1
    The Candyman

    It was a cold day when Willow Willkenson and her brothers and sisters were out walking when all of a sudden they found themselves in front of Wonka's factory. The gates were open and they walked in and then they noticed a sign that said "Now Hiring". So they went in and there they met the owner of the factory, Willy Wonka.
    WILLY WONKA: Are you all here to get a job at my chocolate factory?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes we are.
    WILLY WONKA: What are you're names? I'm Willy Wonka.
    WILLOW: I'm Willow Willkenson. I'm 29 years old and these are all my younger brothers and sisters.
    WILLY WONKA: So you're the oldest?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes I am.
    So then Willow's brothers and sisters introduced themselves to Willy Wonka. After they are introduced themselves Willy Wonka showed each age group where they will be working at. Now everyone is working except for Willow.
    WILLOW: Excuse Mr. Wonka, but what is my job?
    WILLY WONKA: Well you are going to have a very special job so please follow me?
    WILLOW (thinking): I'll follow you to the end of the world and back.
    WILLY WONKA: Please call me Willy or Wonka if you want.
    So then Willy Wonka showed Willow where she would be working at.
    WILLOW: Is this my office, Wonka?
    WILLY WONKA: Yes, yes it is.
    WILLOW: This is a nice office. But why do I have my own office?
    WILLY WONKA: Well I have decided to make you my assistant boss.
    WILLOW: Why?
    WILLY WONKA: Well you're the oldest in your family aren't you?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes I am.
    WILLY WONKA: So that's why I made you my assistant because you're the oldest.
    WILLOW: Thank you Wonka, thank you so much.
    WILLY WONKA: By the way don't tell your brothers and sisters that you're my assistant boss until you get home.
    WILLOW: Why is that?
    WILLY WONKA: That way you're p-p-p...
    WILLOW: My parents.
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah your mom and dad can find out at the same time.
    WILLOW: Oh ok.
    WILLY WONKA: Now won't you please get settled in your new office while I'll go check on your brothers and sisters and see how they are doing.
    WILLOW: Thank you, Wonka.
    So after Willy Wonka left Willow's office she went over to her desk and sat down.
    WILLOW: Oh my god, he is just so gorgeous, but he is my boss so I don't think that I should get involved with him like that.
    An hour later Willy Wonka came into Willow's office and found her asleep. He gently woke her up.
    WILLY WONKA: Willow, wake up.
    Willow woke up.
    WILLOW: Oh hi, Wonka. Sorry I guess I kind of dose off a little bit.
    WILLY WONKA: That's ok. What were you dreaming about?
    WILLOW: I was actually dreaming about the most gorgeous man that I've ever met.
    WILLY WONKA: Who is he?
    WILLOW: I can't say. By the way I couldn't tell him how I feel.
    WILLY WONKA: Why is that?
    WILLOW: Well because of who he is and what he does?
    WILLY WONKA: Oh ok.
    The rest of the day went by and it was time to go home. Willy Wonka was talking to the Willkenson children.
    WILLY WONKA: Everyone I want you to wait by the front gate for your sister.
    SAVANNAH: Why?
    WILLY WONKA: I have to talk to her about something.
    SIERRA: What is it that you want to talk to her about?
    WILLY WONKA: That is top secret Sierra.
    SEQUOIA: Mr. Wonka what's our sister's job in the factory?
    WILLY WONKA: Well Sequoia, I will let your sister tell you that just as soon as you're all home with your parents.
    SUMMER: Can't we know now?
    WILLY WONKA: No. I think it's best that you all find out from her at the same time your parents find out as well.
    SUMMER: Oh, alright.
    Now the Willkenson children are out by the front gate of Wonka's factory and Willy Wonka is now entering Willow's office.
    WILLOW: Wonka, what are you doing here?
    WILLY WONKA: I came to talk to you about something.
    WILLOW: What is it that you want to talk to me?
    WILLY WONKA: Well the real truth why I made you my assistant boss, but you must promise me not to tell a single soul.
    WILLOW: I promise, Wonka. You can count on me. So what's the real truth that you made me your assistant boss.
    WILLY WONKA: Well the truth is I'm in love with you, Willow.
    When she heard him say that she was speechless at first.
    WILLOW: You're in love with me Wonka?
    WILLY WONKA: Yes, yes I am. Are you in love with me, Willow?
    WILLOW: Well, the truth is I am in love with you Wonka.
    Willy Wonka leaned in and gave Willow a passionate kiss. A few minutes later he broke the kiss.
    WILLOW: WOW!!! You're a great kisser, my Candyman.
    WILLY WONKA: You're a great kisser, too, Starshine.
    A few minutes later Willow was outside by the front gate of Wonka's factory to see that her brothers and sisters were still waiting for her.
    SAVANNAH: What took you so long to get out here?
    WILLOW: Well, Wonka and I had a lot to talk about.
    SIERRA: What were you two talking about?
    WILLOW: That my dear, Sierra is a special secret surprise. You'll all know when the time is right.
    SEQUOIA: So what is your job, Willow?
    WILLOW: I'll tell you as soon as we get home. So that way mom and dad can hear as well.
    So now they are all home and everyone has gathered around Willow.
    WILLOW: Everyone would you all like to know what my job is at Wonka's?
    EVERYONE: Yeah!
    WILLOW: Well, my job is that I'm Wonka's assistant boss.
    Everyone's mouths dropped open in shock.
    WILMER: Why did he make you his assistant boss, angel?
    WILLOW: I asked him that same thing dad and he told me that it was because I'm the oldest in the family.
    WILMA: It's that the only reason why he made you his assistant or is there another reason why?
    WILLOW: That is the only reason why, mom.
    WILMA: Are you sure, baby girl?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes I am.
    Later that night Willow was in her bed dreaming about Willy Wonka. Also way over in Wonka's factory, Willy Wonka was in his bed dreaming about Willow.
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:35 am

    Chapter 2
    Wonka Closes His Factory

    The past 5 months have gone by and the Willkenson children were on their way to Wonka's factory and as soon as they got there, Willow saw something on the gate and Willow read it out aloud to her siblings.
    WILLOW (reading the note on the front gate): "Dear workers, especially the Willkenson children, I'm sorry to say this but I have closed my factory. I had no choice but to close my factory. I advise you all to go home for you are no longer working here. Again I'm really sorry. Signed, Willy Wonka."
    After Willow read that she got this shocked and confused look on her face.
    SAVANNAH: Willow, earth to Willow.
    SKYE: What's wrong with her?
    SUMMER: I don't know.
    STAR: Earth to Willow.
    WILLOW (snapping out of her daydream): What is it?
    SAVANNAH: You were spaced out there for awhile. What's wrong?
    WILLOW: Didn't you hear what I read from the note on the gate?
    SAVANNAH: Yeah. So Willy Wonka is closing his factory.
    SIERRA: That's no big deal.
    WILLOW: Sierra how can you say that!
    SIERRA: I'm sorry but we can get other jobs.
    WILLOW: You guys just don't understand.
    SEQUOIA: Don't understand what?
    WILLOW: Working here is a big deal to me. I love working here.
    STORM: Why is that?
    WILLOW: I rather not say at the moment.
    STONE: Please tell us?
    WILLOW: NO! I can't tell you. Guys can I please have a moment alone.
    TERRA: Why?
    WILLOW: I just want to be alone for awhile.
    TEMPEST: Are you sure you don't want any company?
    WILLOW: Yes I'm sure now go home.
    SAVANNAH: What should we tell mom and dad?
    WILLOW: Just tell them what I told you.
    So now Willow's brothers and sisters left Willow alone and as soon as she knew they were out of sight she turned around and looked at the factory.
    WILLOW (talking to herself, but not knowing that Willy Wonka is there listening to her talking to herself): Why is this happening? This can't be happening? Why would he close his factory? Wonka please tell me why you did this to me?
    WILLY WONKA: I'm sorry, Willow but I really had no choice.
    When she heard that she saw Willy Wonka standing in front of her on the other side of the gate.
    WILLOW: Wonka why are you doing this?
    WILLY WONKA: I can't say why.
    WILLOW (with tears in her eyes): Please Wonka, please tell me.
    WILLY WONKA: Ok. The reason why is because I found out that all the other candy makers all over the world were sending in spies dressed as workers to steal my secret recipes and with that I declared that I shall close my factory forever.
    WILLOW (with tears in her eyes): No not forever.
    WILLY WONKA: I'm really sorry my Weeping Willow.
    WILLOW: What did you call me?
    WILLY WONKA: My Weeping Willow.
    WILLOW: Why did you call me that?
    WILLY WONKA: Well you're crying is what made me call you that.
    WILLOW: I have to admit that no one and I mean no one has ever called me that before and you're the first one to call me that. Wonka and since you're the first you are the only one that can call me that no one else can.
    Willy Wonka and Willow gave each other a passionate kiss.
    WILLY WONKA: Willow I have to go now.
    WILLOW: Where are you going and may I please go with you?
    WILLY WONKA: I'm sorry but I have to go alone.
    WILLOW: But Wonka...
    WILLY WONKA: I'm sorry but you have to stay here.
    WILLOW: But Wonka, I don't know if I can survive without you. How long are you going to be gone? Days?
    Willy Wonka shook his head no.
    WILLOW: Weeks?
    Willy Wonka shook his head no.
    WILLOW: Months?
    Willy Wonka shook his head no.
    WILLOW: Years!?!
    WILLY WONKA: Yes, I'm sorry. By the way if by some miracle my factory starts up again and sends out more and more candies I want you to open up a candy shop to sell my candies.
    WILLOW: Why can't I just come back and work at the factory instead?
    WILLY WONKA: Because the gates will remain locked. Oh and promise me that you won't tell anyone about us.
    WILLOW: I promise. Besides I kept it a secret from my friends and family these past 5 months. I'm sure that I can keep it a secret for a few years or more.
    Willy Wonka gave Willow one last passionate kiss before he left.
    WILLOW: I'm going to miss you Wonka.
    WILLY WONKA: I'm going to miss you too.
    The next few months go by and Willow is still having trouble coping without her candyman. She is not letting her friends and family know that she is still having trouble coping without her candyman. One day Willow goes to Wonka's factory and makes sure that no one else is around. She then starts singing a couple songs and they are "I Miss You" by Miley Cyrus and "I Cried" by Joey McIntyre. She is singing "I Miss You" by Miley Cyrus first.
    Sha la la la la, sha la la la la
    You used to call me your angel
    Said I was sent straight down from heaven
    You'd hold me close in your arms
    I loved the way you felt so strong
    I never wanted you to leave
    I wanted you to stay here holdin' me
    I miss you, I miss your smile
    And I still shed a tear every once in a while
    And even though it's different now
    You're still here somehow
    My heart won't let you go
    And I need you to know
    I miss you
    Sha la la la la
    I miss you
    You used to call me your dreamer
    And now I'm livin' out my dream
    Oh how I wish you could see
    Everything that's happenin' for me
    I'm thinking back on the past
    It's true that time is flying by too fast
    I miss you, I miss your smile
    And I still shed a tear every once in a while
    And even though it's different now
    You're still here somehow
    My heart won't let you go
    And I need you to know
    I miss you
    Sha la la la la
    I miss you
    I know you’re in a better place yeah
    But I wish that I could see your face, oh
    I know you're where you need to be
    Even though it's not here with me
    I miss you, I miss your smile
    And I still shed a tear every once in a while
    And even though it's different now
    You're still here somehow
    My heart won't let you go
    And I need you to know
    I miss you
    Sha la la la la
    I miss you, I miss your smile
    And I still shed a tear every once in a while
    And even though it's different now
    You're still here somehow
    My heart won't let you go
    And I need you to know
    I miss you
    Sha la la la la
    I miss you
    I miss you.

    Now she is singing " I Cried" by Joey McIntyre.
    [Verse]
    Do you remember
    How we'd hold each other tight?
    It was all I had
    To get me through the night.
    I can't believe that you are gone.
    Everything right, it all went wrong.

    [Verse]
    Do you remember
    How we kissed?
    You said you never felt like this.
    I guess I thought it'd never end.
    You know that you were my best friend.

    [Chorus]
    I cried - and I don't care who knows it.
    I cried - I ain't too proud to show it.
    I cried - when you said good bye.

    Ooh, baby, I cried

    [Verse]
    I wonder
    If you ever think of me.
    Or am I just another distant memory.
    And after all that we've been through
    It's just so hard
    To give up on you.

    [Chorus]
    I cried - and I don't care who knows it.
    I cried - I ain't too proud to show it.
    I cried - when you said good bye.

    [After modulation]
    I cried and I don't care who knows it
    I cried and I ain't too proud to show it.
    I cried - when you said good bye.

    [After modulation]
    When you said good-bye.
    I cried, I cried, I cried
    When you said,
    When you said,
    When you said good-bye.
    I cried
    I cried.

    After she sang that last song she ran back home and went straight to her room. Later that night Willow was in her room and she couldn't sleep because she was thinking about Willy Wonka and her life without him for the next few years. Willy Wonka was also having trouble sleeping because he was thinking about his life without Willow.
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:37 am

    Chapter 3
    Willow Coping Without Her Candyman

    The next day Willow woke up and she didn't want to get out of bed. She wanted to stay in bed all day. Meanwhile downstairs her parents were getting a little worried about Willow.
    WILMA: Dear, Willow hasn't come downstairs all morning.
    WILMER: You're right she hasn't. I wonder why that is?
    So they decided to go upstairs to Willow's room. When they walked in they saw that she was still in bed.
    WILMA: Baby girl why are you still in bed?
    Willow didn't answer her mother at first.
    WILMER: Willow, sweetheart, why aren't you getting up out of bed?
    Willow didn't answer her father at first.
    WILMA: Willow please tell us what's wrong if there is anything wrong at all?
    WILLOW: I don't want to get up. I just want to stay in bed all day.
    WILMER: Why?
    WILLOW: I don't feel so hot, dad.
    Wilma felt her daughter's forehead.
    WILMA: You don't have a fever.
    WILLOW: I'm not sick, mother.
    WILMER: Then what's wrong?
    WILLOW: It's just that I miss Willy Wonka.
    WILMA: Why do you miss him?
    WILLOW: Well, mother, not only was he my boss when I worked for him but he was also my best friend.
    WILMER: Why don't you go to his factory to see him if you miss him that much?
    WILLOW: I can't dad.
    WILMER: Why not?
    WILLOW: Wonka closed his factory a year ago.
    WILMA: Why did he lock it?
    WILLOW: He didn't tell me why?
    WILMER: Are you sure?
    WILLOW: Yes. Even if I wanted to still go see him with the factory being lock and all, but I can't right now.
    WILMA: Why is that?
    WILLOW: He's gone and I don't know where he went.
    A few weeks go by and Willow is still having trouble coping without her candyman. She is in her room looking out her window at Wonka's factory and all of a sudden she breaks out into song and sings "Candy" by Mandy Moore.
    I'm so addicted
    To the loving that you're feeding to me
    Can't do without it.
    This feeling's got me weak in the knees
    Body's in withdrawal
    Every time you take it away
    Can't you hear me calling
    Begging you to come out and play?
    So baby come to me
    Show me who you are
    Sweet to me
    Like sugar to my heart
    oooh baby
    I'm craving for you
    I'm missing you like candy
    Sweet sweet loving
    Got me going to the extreme
    Won't go without it
    This vibe has gotta hold on me
    Satisfying baby
    Let me show what I'm made of
    No doubt about it
    Got me feeling crazy can't get enough.
    So baby come to me
    Show me who you are
    Sweet to me
    Like sugar to my heart
    oooh baby
    I'm craving for you
    I'm missing you like candy
    So baby come to me
    Show me who you are
    Sweet to me
    Like sugar to my heart
    oooh baby
    I'm craving for you
    I'm missing you like candy
    Now give it to me
    You know who you are
    Your love's as sweet as candy
    I'll be forever yours
    Love always, Mandy

    Boy I'm cravin'
    Missin' you like candy
    So baby come to me
    Show me who you are
    Sweet to me
    Like sugar to my heart
    oooh baby
    I'm craving for you
    I'm missing you like candy
    So baby come to me
    Show me who you are
    Sweet to me
    Like sugar to my heart
    oooh baby
    I'm craving for you
    I'm missing you like candy

    After Willow sang that song she is still looking out her window at Wonka's factory singing a song while Willy Wonka was somewhere far awar looking at a picture he had of Willow also singing a song. The song they are singing is "Somewhere Out There."
    WILLOW (singing): Somewhere out there
    Beneath the pale moonlight
    Someone's thinking of me
    And loving me tonight


    WILLY WONKA (singing): Somewhere out there
    Someone's saying a prayer
    That we'll find one another
    In that big somewhere out there

    And even though I know
    How very far apart we are
    It helps to think we might be wishing
    On the same bright star


    WILLOW (singing): And when the night wind starts to sing
    A lonesome lullaby
    It helps to think we're sleeping
    Underneath the same big sky


    BOTH (singing): Somewhere out there
    If love can see us through
    Then we'll be together
    Somewhere out there
    Out where dreams come true

    (instrumental)


    WILLY WONKA (singing): And even though I know
    How very far apart we are
    It helps to think we might be wishing
    On the same bright star


    WILLOW (singing): And when the night wind starts to sing
    A lonesome lullaby
    It helps to think we're sleeping
    Underneath the same big sky


    BOTH (singing): Somewhere out there

    WILLOW (singing): If love can see us through

    WILLY WONKA (singing): If love can see us through

    WILLOW (singing): Then we'll be

    BOTH (singing): together
    Somewhere out there
    Out where dreams come true.

    Later that night Willow was in her bed dreaming about her candyman. Willy Wonka was in his bed dreaming about Willow.
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:40 am

    Chapter 4
    Wonka Comes Back

    It has been three years since Willy Wonka has closed his factory and it has been that long since Willow has been near Wonka's factory. Willow was hanging out with her brothers and sisters and her best friend and her brothers and sisters and her boyfriend.
    SAVANNAH, SEQUOIA, SIERRA, SKYE, STAR, SUMMER, SUNNY, STONE, STORM: Here Willow put this on.
    WILLOW: A blindfold?
    BREEZY, BLOSSOM, BRIAR, BROOK, BRANCH, BUD, BURR: Yes a blindfold.
    WILLOW: Why?
    RAIN, RAINBOW, RIDGE, RIVER, RYE, ROCK: You'll see, Willow, you'll see.
    So Willow put the blindfold on with the help of her brothers and sisters.
    AMBER, AUTUMN, ASH: Can you see anything?
    WILLOW: No I can't.
    CANYON, CLIFF, CRAG: Good.
    Now her friends are helping her get to where they want her to be. After a few minutes of walking they finally stopped.
    WILLOW: Can I take my blindfold off now?
    HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: No not yet.
    FIELD, FORD, FOREST: Willow on the count of three you can take your blindfold off.
    WILLOW: Ok.
    HAILEY, HEATHER, HEATH: One, two, three.
    So then Willow took her blindfold off and she noticed where her friends took her.
    WILLOW: Why are we here? Why did you bring me to Wonka's factory?
    MARINA, MARSH, MOSS: Willow tell us what you see over there?
    WILLOW: Is that smoke coming out of the chimneys?
    GERALDINA: Yes, yes it is. It seems like Willy Wonka is back.
    WILLOW: How is that possible?
    TERRA, TEMPEST, THRONE: What do you mean by that?
    WILLOW: Well Wonka's been gone for three years.
    DELTA, DALE: Yeah and your point is exactly.
    WILLOW: Well I didn't think he'll be back this soon.
    WINDY, WOODY: What ever do you mean?
    WILLOW: I thought that he will be gone a little longer.
    EDDY: Are you sure?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes I am.
    GALE: Why is that?
    WILLOW: I don't know. I just thought that he'll be gone longer.
    IVY: I still want to know where he was for the past three years.
    WILLOW: Me too.
    LAKE: Willow don't you know where he went?
    WILLOW: No I don't know where he went for the past three years.
    OAKES: He didn't tell you?
    WILLOW: No he didn't tell me at all.
    REMY: Why would he not tell you?
    WILLOW: I don't know why he wouldn't tell me.
    KYNAN: Are we going to find out where he went to soon?
    WILLOW: I hope so.
    GLADWIN, MODRAED: I would also like to know where he went too.
    MEDWYN, CIARAN: So what was it like working for Wonka?
    WILLOW: It was great.
    KIANNA ELLA: Is he really eccentric?
    WILLOW: Sometimes but not all the time.
    JOSCELIN: What's he really like?
    WILLOW: Well he is a magical genius and all my brothers and sisters would tell you the same thing because they all told me one day.
    ALUINO, MARLEENA: Is there anything else?
    WILLOW: Well I have to say that he is very sweet.
    BRANDYN: Does all your brothers and sisters think he is sweet as well?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes they do.
    LYNESSA: By the way are you in love with him?
    WILLOW: No I'm not.
    VOLETTA: Are you sure?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes I am.
    RIKKARD, SANKIRA: Are you really sure that you're not in love with him?
    WILLOW: I can't be in love with him because he was my boss so that was frown a upon.
    AELDRA, CLARISSE: By the way what have you been doing for the past three years?
    WILLOW: I was mainly in my room.
    MAXIMUS: Why?
    WILLOW: I rather not say.
    ERLINA: It seems like you have been keeping a lot of secrets from us lately.
    WILLOW: Well I promise Wonka I wouldn't say anything about that.
    NORWELL, MARLEINA: It seems that Wonka made you keep a lot of promises.
    WILLOW: Yes, yes he did.
    MEDWIN: Why?
    WILLOW: Sorry I can't tell you that.
    HONOVI: Did Wonka made you promise to not tell anyone why?
    WILLOW: No.
    GERALDINA: Then who?
    WILLOW: I made myself promise not to tell anyone why Wonka made me keep a lot of promises.
    GERALDINA: And we know that once you make a promise to someone you won't break it. Is that correct?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes it is. Guys can I be alone for awhile.
    GEOVANNI: Yeah sure. Why?
    WILLOW: I just want to be alone that's all.
    EVERYONE: We have to go home anyways. Bye, Willow. See you tomorrow.
    WILLOW: Bye guys. Yeah see you tomorrow.
    When Willow knew her friends were gone she turned towards the factory unaware that Willy Wonka was there. She then broke out into song and sang the song "Again" by Janet Jackson.
    I heard from a friend today
    And she said you were in town
    Suddenly the memories came back to me in my
    Mind

    [CHORUS]
    How can I be strong I've asked myself
    Time and time I've said
    That I'll never fall in love with you again

    A wounded heart you gave
    My soul you took away
    Good intentions you had many
    I know you did

    I come from a place that hurts
    And God knows how I've cried
    And I never want to return
    Never fall again

    Making love to you
    Oh it felt so good and
    Oh so right

    [CHORUS]
    How can I be strong I've asked myself
    Time and time I've said
    That I'll never fall in love with you again

    So here we are alone again
    Didn't think it'd come to this
    And to know it all began
    With just a little kiss

    I've come too close to happiness
    To have it swept away
    Don't think I can take the pain
    Never fall again

    Kinda late in the game and my heart is in
    Your hands
    Don't you stand there and then
    Tell me you love
    Me then leave again
    Cause I'm falling in love with
    You again

    Hold me
    Hold me
    Don't ever let me go
    Say it just one time
    Say you love me
    God knows I do
    Love you
    Again

    Just then Willy Wonka appeared and Willow hid so that Willy Wonka couldn't see her.
    WILLY WONKA: Willow?
    Willow wants to go over to him but she doesn't. She then waits for him to leave and then she runs home. When she gets home her family notices her and asks her what's wrong.
    WILMA: Baby girl what's wrong?
    WILLOW: Well, mom I just found out that Willy Wonka is back.
    WILMER: That's great isn't it?
    WILLOW: No it's not dad.
    WILMER: What ever do you mean, angel?
    WILLOW: Dad if you are thinking that my brothers, sisters and I are going to get our jobs back at Wonka's well then you're wrong.
    WILMER: Why is that?
    WILLOW: Well Wonka told me that no one will get their jobs back if the factory starts back up again.
    WILMER: Why is that?
    WILLOW: Well, Wonka told me that the gates will remain lock. He also told me that I was to open up my own candy shop to sell all his candies.
    WILMER: That sounds like a great idea.
    WILMA: When do you want to start working on it baby girl?
    WILLOW: I was thinking tomorrow. Also with all of us and all my friends working together we could get it down in a week or two.
    WILMA: That sounds great.
    So the next day Willow and her family and best friend and her best friend's family all got started on Willow's Candy Shop. For two weeks now they have been working hard and after the second week is up they have finished Willow's Candy Shop.
    WILLOW: That is perfect. The grand opening will be tomorrow.
    Later that night Willow couldn't sleep because she was thinking about Willy Wonka. Also way over in Wonka's Factory, Willy Wonka couldn't sleep either because he was thinnking about Willow and how much he missed her over the past three years he was gone.
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Wed Apr 14, 2010 9:28 pm

    Chapter 5
    Willow's Candy Shop

    The next day it was the grand opening for Willow's Candy Shop. At first it seemed like it was going to be a slow day when all of a sudden it came the time for the kids to get out of school and as the kids were getting out of school they ran into Willow's Candy Shop. Kids enter, yelling.
    KIDS: (yelling) Sizzler! I want a Sizzler!
    WILLOW: All right, all right, all right, what's it going to be? A triple cream cup for Christopher . . .
    KIDS: (yelling) A Squelchy Snorter!
    WILLOW: A Squelchy Snorter for Otis . . .
    ONE KID: I want a Squelchy Snorter . . .
    WILLOW: A Sizzler for June Marie . . .
    ANOTHER KID: C'mon, give me a Sizzler . . .
    WILLOW: And listen! Wonka's got a new one today.
    KIDS: What is it?
    WILLOW: This is called a Scrumdidilyumptious Bar.
    WOLFGANG: (mispronouncing) Scrumbibilyunctious Bar? How does he do it?
    WILLOW: My dear boy, do you ask a fish how it swims?
    WOLFGANG: No . . .
    WILLOW: Or a bird how it flies?
    WOLFGANG: No . . .
    WILLOW: No sirree, you don't! They do it because they were born to do it. Just like Willy Wonka was born to be a candy man, you look like you were born to be a Wonkarer.

    Who can take a sunrise
    Sprinkle it in dew
    Cover it in chocolate
    and a miracle or two?
    The candyman
    The candyman can
    The candyman can cause he mixes it with love and makes the world taste good

    Who can take a rainbow
    Wrap it in a sigh
    Soak it in the sun
    and make a strawberry lemon pie?


    KIDS: The candyman?

    WILLOW: The candyman
    The candyman can
    The candyman can cause he mixes it with love and makes the world taste good


    KIDS: Me! Me!

    WILLOW: Willy Wonka makes
    Everything he bakes
    Satisfying and delicious
    Talk about your childhood wishes
    You can even eat the dishes

    Who can take tomorrow
    Dip it in a deam
    Seperate the sorrow
    And collect up all the cream?

    The candyman


    KIDS: Willy Wonka can

    WILLOW: The candyman can

    The candyman can cause he mixes it with love
    And makes the world taste good
    And the world tastes good cause the candyman thinks it should . . .

    A few hours later Willow was at home.
    WILMA: How was the grand opening, baby girl?
    WILLOW: It was great.
    WILMA: That's good.
    WILMER: Did you get a visit from a Mr. Willy Wonka by any chance?
    WILLOW: No dad, Wonka didn't come to my store today.
    WLIMER: Why not?
    WILLOW: Well he doesn't want anyone to see him at the moment.
    WILMER: Why is that?
    WILLOW: Dad!
    WILMER: What?
    WILLOW: I can't tell you right now.
    WILMER: Oh ok. Sorry angel.
    WILLOW: That's ok, dad.
    A few minutes later Willow was in her room looking out her window at Wonka's factory while singing a song as well as Willy Wonka in his factory looking at a picture he had of Willow was also singing a song. The song that they are singing is called "Up Where We Belong."
    WILLOW (singing): Who knows what tomorrow brings
    In a world, few hearts survive


    WILLY WONKA (singing): All I know is the way I feel
    When it's real, I keep it alive
    The road is long, there are mountains in our way
    But we climb a step every day


    BOTH (singing): Love lift us up where we belong
    Where the eagles cry on a mountain high
    Love lift us up where we belong
    Far from the world we know,


    WILLY WONKA (singing): up where the clear winds blow
    Some hang on to "used to be"
    Live their lives, looking behind


    WILLOW (singing): All we have is here and now
    All our lifes, out there to find


    WILLY WONKA (singing): The road is long, there are mountains in our way,
    But we climb them a step every day


    BOTH (singing): Love lift us up where we belong
    Where the eagles cry on a mountain high
    Love lift us up where we belong
    Far from the world we know, up where the clear winds blow


    WILLY WONKA (singing): Time goes by
    No time to cry
    Life's you and I
    Alive, today


    BOTH (singing): Love lift us up where we belong
    Where the eagles cry on a mountain high
    Love lift us up where we belong
    Far from the world we know,


    WILLY WONKA (singing): up where the clear winds blow

    BOTH (singing): Love lift us up where we belong
    Where the eagles cry on a mountain high
    Love lift us up where we belong
    Far from the world we know,


    WILLY WONKA (singing): up where the clear winds blow.
    Later that night Willow was in her bed dreaming about Willy Wonka. Willy Wonka was in his bed dreaming about Willow and having her sleep in his embrace.
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Wed Apr 14, 2010 9:29 pm

    Chapter 6
    The Golden Tickets

    It's been a month since Willow opened up her candy shop. She was just getting home from work when she noticed that her family had the news on and what she heard caught her attention.
    WILLY WONKA (voice): Dear people of the world. . . I, Willy Wonka, have decided to allow five children to visit my factory this year. In addition, one of these children shall receive a special prize beyond anything you could ever imagine.
    NEWS REPORTER: Five golden tickets have been hidden under the ordinary wrapping paper of five ordinary Wonka bars. These five candy bars may be anywhere. . . in any shop, in any street, in any town, in any country in the world.
    WILLOW: Why is he doing this?
    NEWS REPORTER: This just in there is also a "special golden ticket" that will be hand delivered to someone very special to Wonka. I wonder who that special someone is to recieve that special golden ticket from Willy Wonka.
    Willow's family looks at her.
    WILLOW: Don't look at me. I'm not the one to recieve Wonka's special golden ticket.
    WILMA: Why is that, baby girl?
    WILLOW: I don't think that I'm that special someone in Wonka's life. I was just his assistant when I worked for him and that was all. Nothing else.
    WILMER: Are you sure angel?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes I am.
    Willow turned off the tv and as soon as she turned it off there was a knock at the door. Willow answered the door and soon as she opened the door she saw a delivery person.
    THE DELIVERY PERSON: Are you Willow Willkenson?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes I am. Why?
    THE DELIVERY PERSON: I have a special delivery here for you from Mr. Willy Wonka.
    WILLOW: Take it back.
    THE DELIVERY PERSON: Why?
    WILLOW: I don't want it. So please take it back to Mr. Wonka and tell him that I don't ever want to go back into his factory ever again.
    Willow starts crying, when the delivery comes in and closes the door behind him.
    THE DELIVERY PERSON: Please don't cry, my Weeping Willow.
    Willow was shocked when she heard the delivery person say that.
    WILLOW: Delivery person say what?
    THE DELIVERY PERSON: My Weeping Willow.
    WILLOW: There is only one person who is allowed to call me that and that is...
    As Willow was about to say his name the delivery person turned into Willy Wonka.
    WILLOW: Willy Wonka?
    WILLY WONKA: Yes, it's me.
    WILLOW: What are you doing here?
    WILLY WONKA: I am delivering this to you. (holding out the delivery package) By the way you didn't mean what you said earlier did you.
    WILLOW: What do you think, Wonka? (she winks at him)
    Willy Wonka handed the package to Willow. When Willow opened it she saw that it was a Wonka Bar and when she opened the Wonka Bar there was the special golden ticket.
    WILLOW: Is this the special golden ticket that I heard about on the news?
    WILLY WONKA: Yes, yes it is.
    Willow read what it said on the ticket to herself. She then turned towards her family.
    WILLOW: Guys I need to talk to Wonka in private so please don't come into my room for awhile ok. If you need me just knock on my door.
    Her family all nodded their heads and obeyed Willow's wishes. Now Willow and Willy Wonka were in Willow's room. As soon as she closed her door, she went over to Willy Wonka and gave him a passionate kiss with all the passion she had in her.
    WILLOW (as she gave him the passionate kiss): Oh, Wonka.
    A few minutes later she broke the kiss.
    WILLY WONKA: It seems like someone missed me.
    WILLOW: More than you know, Wonka. By the way, why are you here?
    WILLY WONKA: I wanted to see the look on your face when you saw the special golden ticket. I wasn't expecting to get a reponse like that when you heard me as the delivery person say that you have a special delivery from me.
    WILLOW: Wonka, I had no choice. I had to do that because my family was there.
    WILLY WONKA: They still don't know about us.
    WILLOW: That's right.
    WILLY WONKA: That's my girl. Or should I say 'That's my candygirl.'
    Willow laughs a little when he said that.
    WILLOW: Wonka look at my window over there.
    WILLY WONKA: Is that my factory, I see?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes it is.
    WILLY WONKA: This is a great view of my factory isn't it?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes it is.
    Just as Willow and Willy Wonka were about to kiss again there was a knock on Willow's door.
    WILLOW: Come in!
    When the door open they saw one of Willow's younger sisters walk in.
    WILLOW: Amber what is it?
    AMBER: I just wanted to let you know that there are news reporters outside our front door.
    WILLOW: Are you serious?
    AMBER: Yes I am.
    WILLOW: Wait, Wonka can't go out there.
    AMBER: Why?
    WILLOW: No one but us can see Wonka now.
    AMBER: Why is that?
    WILLY WONKA: Because they know that I never come out of my factory since I closed it over three years ago.
    WILLOW: That's true.
    AMBER: So how is he going to get back to his factory?
    WILLOW: The way I go to his factory when I don't want to let anyone know that I'm going to his factory.
    AMBER: Does mom and dad know?
    WILLOW: Of course they do. In fact, it was their idea.
    So Willow showed Willy Wonka the path she takes to his factory undetected by everyone else in town. Willy Wonka gave Willow one last kiss before he went back to his factory and a few minutes later Willow went out the front door to talk to the news reporters.
    NEWS REPORTER #1: What's your name miss?
    WILLOW: Willow Willkenson.
    NEWS REPORTER #2: Is true that you are the holder of Wonka's special golden ticket?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes I am.
    The news reporters stepped a little closer to Willow.
    WILLOW: Whoa, back off. Not to close.
    NEWS REPORTER #3: Let's see that special golden ticket.
    So Willow showed them the special golden ticket.
    NEWS REPORTER #1: Why are you the one that got the special golden ticket?
    WILLOW: That my dear friends is top secret.
    NEWS REPORTER #2: Will we ever find out?
    WILLOW: Yes. When the big day arrives you will.
    NEWS REPORTER #3: So what does your special golden ticket say on it?
    WILLOW: I can't tell you that.
    NEWS REPORTER #1: Why?
    NEWS REPORTER #2: Will anyone know what yours say?
    WILLOW: Well I was told not to say what it says on the ticket and the only ones that will know what my golden ticket says is the 5 golden ticket winners on the big day when we're all inside the factory.
    NEWS REPORTER #3: Why is that?
    WILLOW: That's because they will be there to see it.
    A few minutes later the reporters went home and Willow went back into her room and was looking out her window at Wonka's factory and she knew that he was already inside his factory. A week later they found out who found the first Wonka golden ticket.
    PRESS MAN: Augustus.
    PRESS WOMAN: This way.
    AUGUSTUS: I am eating the Wonka bar and I taste something, that is not chocolate. . . or coconut. . . or walnut, or peanut butter. . . or nougat. . . or butter brittle, or caramel, or sprinkles. So I look and, I find the golden ticket.
    PRESS MAN: Augustus, how did you celebrate?
    AUGUSTUS: I eat more candy.
    MRS. GLOOP: We knew Augustus would find the golden ticket. He eats so many candy bars a day that it was not possible for him not to find one.
    PRESS MAN: Yes, it is good, Augustus. Zehr gut.
    VOICE ON TELEVISION: . . .golden ticket claimed and only four more. . .
    WILLOW: Now that they found one things are really going to get nuts.
    Another week went by and the second ticket was found.
    VOICE ON TELEVISION: . . .of every shape, size and hue.
    PRESS MAN: Veruca. Can you spell that for us, please?
    VERUCA: V-E-R-U-C-A. Veruca Salt.
    MR. SALT: Soon as my little Veruca told me she had to have one of these golden tickets, I started buying up all the Wonka bars I could lay my hands on. Thousands of them. Hundreds of thousands. I'm in the nut business, you see. So I say to my workers, "Morning, ladies. From now on you can stop shelling peanuts and start shelling the wrappers off these chocolate bars instead." Three days went by and we had no luck. Oh, it was terrible. My little Veruca got more and more upset each day.
    VERUCA: Where's my golden ticket? I want my golden ticket!
    MR. SALT: Well, gentlemen, I just hated to see my little girl feeling unhappy like that. I vowed I would keep up the search until I could give her what she wanted. And finally, I found her a ticket.
    VERUCA: Daddy, I want another pony.
    Another week went by and the third ticket was found.
    MRS. BEAUREEGARDE: These are just some of the two hundred and sixty-three trophies and medals my Violet has won.
    VIOLET: I'm a gum chewer, mostly, but when I heard about these ticket things I laid off the gum, switched to candy bars.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: She's just a driven young woman. I don't know where she gets it.
    VIOLET: I'm the Junior World Champion Gum Chewer. This piece of gum, I'm chewing right at this moment, I've been working on for three months solid. That's a record.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: Of course, I did have my share of trophies, mostly baton.
    VIOLET: So it says that one kid's gonna get this special prize, better than all the rest. I don't care who those other four are. That kid, it's gonna be me.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: Tell them why, Violet.
    VIOLET (on TV): Because I'm a winner.
    Another week goes by and the fourth ticket has been found.
    MAN ON TV: The fourth golden ticket has been found by a boy called Mike Teavee.
    MIKE: All you had to do was track the manufacturing dates, offset by the weather and the derivative of the Nikkei Index. A retard could figure it out.
    MR. TEAVEE: Most of the time I don't know what he's talking about. You know, kids these days, what with all the technology. . .
    MIKE: Die! Die! Die!
    MR. TEAVEE: Doesn't seem like they stay kids very long.
    MIKE: In the end, I only had to buy one candy bar.
    PRESS MAN: And how did it taste?
    MIKE: I don't know. I hate chocolate.
    MAN ON TV: That question is, who will be the winner of the last gold. . .
    Another week goes by and the fifth golden ticket was found or so they that at first.
    MAN 1: Did you see that some kid in Russia found the last golden ticket?
    MAN 2: Yes, it was in the paper this morning.
    MAN 1: Good boy. Come on George. Good boy.
    Charlie Bucket was walking down the street when he spotted some money in the street. He picks it up and goes in to Willow's Candy Shop.
    CHARLIE: One Wonka Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight, please.
    WILLOW: Okay. Here.
    WOMAN 1: The nerve of some people.
    Just as Charlie opened his Wonka Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight he found a golden ticket.
    WILLOW: I know. Forging a ticket. Come on. It's a golden ticket. You found Wonka's last golden ticket. In my shop too!
    MAN: Listen. I'll buy it from you. I'll give you fifty dollars, and a new bicycle.
    WOMAN 2: Are you crazy? I'd give him five-hundred dollars for that ticket. You wanna sell me your ticket for five-hundred dollars, young man?
    WILLOW: That's enough of that. Leave the kid alone. Listen, don't let anyone have it. Take it straight home. You understand?
    CHARLIE: Thank you. (Charlie ran all the away home) Mom! Dad! I found it! The last golden ticket! It's mine!
    GRANDPA JOE: Yippee! Here. Read it aloud. Let's hear exactly what it says.
    MR. BUCKET: 'Greetings to you, the lucky finder of this golden ticket, from Mr Willy Wonka. I shake you warmly by the hand. For now, I do invite you to come to my factory and be my guest for one whole day.'
    VIOLET: 'I, Willy Wonka, will conduct you around the factory myself, showing you everything there is to see.'
    AUGUSTUS: 'Afterwards, when it is time to leave, you will be escorted home by a procession of large trucks, each filled with all the chocolate you could ever eat.'
    VERUCA: 'And remember, one of you lucky five children will receive an extra prize beyond your wildest imagination. Now, here are your instructions.'
    MIKE: 'On the first of February, you must come to the factory gates at ten a.m. sharp. You're allowed to bring one member of your family to look after you. Until then, Willy Wonka.'
    MRS. BUCKET: The first of February. But that's tomorrow.
    GRANDPA JOE: Then there's not a moment to lose. Wash your face, comb your hair, scrub your hands, brush your teeth, blow your nose.
    GRANDPA GEORGE: And get that mud off your pants.
    MRS. BUCKET: Now we must all try and keep very calm. First thing that we have to decide is this: Who is going, with Charlie, to the factory?
    GRANDPA JOE: I will. I'll take him. You leave it to me.
    MRS. BUCKET: How about you, dear? Don't you think you ought to go?
    MR. BUCKET: Well, Grandpa Joe seems to know more about it than we do. . . Provided, of course, he feels well enough.
    GRANDPA JOE: Yippee!
    CHARLIE: No. We're not going. A woman offered me five-hundred dollars for the ticket. I bet someone else would pay more. We need the money more than we need the chocolate.
    GRANDPA GEORGE: Young man, come here. There's plenty of money out there. They print more every day. But this ticket, there's only five of them in the whole world, and that's all there's ever going to be. Only a dummy would give this up for something as common as money. Are you a dummy?
    CHARLIE: No, sir.
    GRANDPA GEORGE: Then get that mud off your pants. You've got a factory to go to.
    A couple of hours go by and Willow went to Wonka's factory because she knew that he wanted to see her.
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Wed Apr 14, 2010 9:30 pm

    Chapter 7
    Wonka Proposes To Willow

    Willow goes out her back door and through the little path where she will be undetected by everyone when she goes to Wonka's factory. A few minutes later she arrives at Wonka's factory and she knows that there is a special doorway that Willy Wonka showed her for whenever she wanted to visit him. She walks through that doorway and to where Willy Wonka is at.
    WILLY WONKA: Willow you made it. I didn't think that you were going to show up.
    WILLOW: Of course I made it. I wanted to be here with you.
    WILLY WONKA: Well I'm glad you're here.
    WILLOW: Why?
    WILLY WONKA: Well there is something I want to tell you but before I do I want to sing you a song.
    WILLOW: Sweet I would love to here you sing.
    WILLY WONKA: Willow, I was wondering if you would like to sing the last part of this song with me?
    WILLOW: I would love to. What's the song?
    WILLY WONKA: "I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)."
    WILLOW: I love that song.
    Now they are singing "I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" by Meat Loaf.
    WILLY WONKA (singing): And I would do anything for love
    I'd run right into hell and back
    I would do anything for love
    I'd never lie to you and that's a fact
    But I'll never forget the way you feel right now,
    Oh no, no way
    And I would do anything for love,
    Oh, I would do anything for love,
    I would do anyhting for love,
    But I won't do that
    No, I won't do that

    Some days it don't come easy
    Some days it don't come hard
    Some days it don't come at all, and these are the days that never end
    Some nights you're breathing fire
    Some nights you're carved in ice
    Some nights you're like nothing I've ever seen before or will again

    Maybe I'm crazy, oh it's crazy and it's true
    I know you can save me, no-one else can save me now but you

    As long as the planets are turning
    As long as the stars are burning
    As long your dreams are coming true
    You'd better believe it, that I would do

    Anything for love
    And I'll be there until the final act
    I would do anything for love, and I'll take a vow and seal a pact
    But I'll never forgive myself if we don't go all the way, tonight
    And I would do anything for love
    But I won't do that
    No, I won't do that

    I would do anything for love
    Anything you've been dreaming of, but I just won't do that
    I would do anything for love
    Anything you've been dreaming of, but I just won't do

    [Solo]
    Some days I pray for silence
    Some days I pray for soul
    Some days I just pray to the god of sex and drums and rock 'n' roll

    Maybe I'm lonely, that's all I'm qualified to be
    That's just one and only, the one and only promise I can keep

    As long as the wheels are turning
    As long as the fires are burning
    As long as your prayers are coming true
    You'd better believe it, that I would do

    Anything for love
    And you know it's true and that's a fact
    I would do anything for love, and there'll never be no turning back
    But I'll never do it better than I do it with you. So long, so long
    And I would do anything for love
    Oh, I would do anything for love
    I would do anything for love, but I won't do that
    No, no, no, I won't do...

    I would do anything for love
    Anything you've been dreaming of, but I just won't do that
    I would do anything for love
    Anything you've been dreaming of, but I just won't do that
    I would do anything for love
    Anything you've been dreaming of, but I just won't do...

    But I'll never stop dreaming of you ev'ry night of my life, no way
    Oh, I would do anything for love
    I would do anything for love, but I won't do that
    No, I won't do that.


    WILLOW (singing): Will you raise me up? will you help me down?
    Will you get me right out of this godforsaken town?
    Will you make it all a little less cold?


    WILLY WONKA (singing): I can do that
    Oh no, I can do that


    WILLOW (singing): Will you cater to every fantasy I got?
    Will you hose me down with holy water, if I get too hot? Hot!
    Will you take me places I've never known?


    WILLY WONKA (singing): I can do that
    Oh no, I can do that


    WILLOW (singing): After a while you'll forget everything
    It was a brief interlude and a midsummer night's fling
    And you'll see that it's time to move on


    WILLY WONKA (singing): I won't do that
    I won't do that


    WILLOW (singing): I know the territory, I've been around
    It'll all turn to dust and we'll all fall down
    Sooner or later you'll be screwing around


    WILLY WONKA (singing): I won't do that
    No, I won't do that

    Anything for love
    Oh, I would do anything for love
    I would do anything for love, but I won't do that
    No, I won't do that.

    Now Willy Wonka is down on one knee in front of Willow.
    WILLY WONKA: Willow, my sweet sugar candygirl, would you do me the honor of becoming my wife? Will you marry me?
    Willow is speechless at first.
    WILLOW: Wonka, I would give you my answer in the form of a song.
    Now Willow is singing "Yes I Will" by the Backstreet Boys.
    I open my eyes I see your face
    I cannot hide I can’t erase
    The way you make me feel inside
    You complete me boy, that’s why
    Something about you makes me feel
    Baby my heart wants to reveal
    You’re down on your knees, You’re asking me
    So these three words you wanna hear from me
    Yes I will, take your hand and walk with you
    Yes I will, so these three words I promise to
    Yes I will, give you everything you need
    And someday start a family with you
    Yes I will, take your hand and walk with you
    Yes I will, baby I promise to
    Yes I will, give you everything you need
    And someday start a family with you
    Oh yes I will
    This is no ordinary love
    And I can never have enough
    Of all the things you’ve given to me
    My heart, my soul, my everything
    Every night I thank you lord (I thank you lord)
    For giving me the strength to love him more
    And more each day I promise him
    As long as he hear those three words
    Yes I will, take your hand and walk with you
    Yes I will, so these three words I promise to
    Yes I will, give you everything you need
    And someday start a family with you
    Yes I will, take your hand and walk with you
    Yes I will, baby I promise to
    Yes I will, give you everything you need
    And someday start a family with you
    I stand beside you, in everything you do
    Wherever you go, whatever you do
    Baby I’ll be there (oh baby I will be there)
    As God as my witness
    I will carry this through
    Till death do us part, I promise to you
    Yes I will, take your hand and walk with you
    Yes I will, Baby baby yes I promise to
    Yes I will, give you everything you need
    And start a family with you, baby
    Yes I will
    Yes I will
    Yes I will, I promise you
    Everything’s gonna be all right
    It’s gonna be all right
    I will.

    WILLY WONKA: So is that a yes, Willow?
    WILLOW: Yes I will marry you, Wonka.
    Willy Wonka puts the ring on her ring finger on her left hand and then he stands up and gives her a passionate kiss. A few minutes later they break the kiss.
    WILLY WONKA: We can't let anyone know we are getting married yet.
    WILLOW: You mean I can't tell my family.
    WILLY WONKA: I'm sorry but they can't know yet.
    WILLOW: How would they not going to know if they see my ring?
    WILLY WONKA: I guess you have to wear a glove on that hand.
    WILLOW: I had a feeling you'll say that. I don't have a glove to wear though.
    WILLY WONKA: I know the perfect glove that you could wear, Starshine.
    WILLOW: And what glove is that?
    WILLY WONKA (as he gets out one of his extra gloves that he always wears): This one right here.
    WILLOW: That's perfect.
    So Willow put on her glove and now she is at home in her room looking out her window at Wonka's. A few minutes later she was with the rest of her family eating dinner.
    WLIMA: Baby girl, please take off that glove while you're eating. You don't want to get it dirty do you?
    WILLOW: Mother, I can't take my glove off. Besides I know how to eat without getting my glove dirty.
    WILMER: How?
    Willow showed them how.
    WILLOW: I've done this before.
    Later that night Willow was in her bed dreaming about sleeping in Willy Wonka's embrace. Willy Wonka's was in his bed dreaming about having Willow sleep in his embrace.
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

    Post by The Mad Hatter's Wife on Wed Apr 14, 2010 9:32 pm

    Chapter 8
    The Big Day Arrives

    The next day was the big day for the 5 golden ticket winners and the special golden ticket holder. Willow who is the holder of Wonka's special golden ticket was there without one of her parents there with her because her ticket said that she had to come alone.
    ~WONKA'S FACTORY GATES~
    VERUCA: Daddy, I want to go in.
    MR. SALT: It's nine-fifty-nine, sweetheart.
    VERUCA: Make time go faster.
    CHARLIE: Do you think Mr. Wonka will recognise you?
    GRANDPA JOE: Hard to say. It's been years.
    WILLOW: You use to work for Willy Wonka?
    GRANDPA JOE: Yes I did. Why?
    WILLOW: I also use to work for him along with my 49 brothers and sisters.
    GRANDPA JOE: Really what was your job here?
    WILLOW: I was his assistant boss.
    GRANDPA JOE: Why did he make you his assistant boss?
    WILLOW: Because I am the oldest one out of all my brothers and sisters.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: Eyes on the prize, Violet. Eyes on the prize.
    WILLY WONKA (voice): Please enter. Come forward. Close the gates. Dear visitors, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to my humble factory. And who am I? Well. . .
    PUPPET SONG: Willy Wonka, Willy Wonka...
    The Amazing Chocolatier.
    Willy Wonka, Willy Wonka...
    Everybody give a cheer!

    He's modest, clever, and so smart,
    He can barely restrain it.
    With so much generosity,
    There is no way to contain it...
    To contain...to contain...to contain...to contain.

    Willy Wonka, Willy Wonka...
    He's the one that you're about to meet.
    Willy Wonka, Willy Wonka...
    He's a genius who just can't be beat.
    The magician and the chocolate wiz...
    The best darn guy who ever lived.
    Willy Wonka here he is!

    WILLY WONKA: Wasn't that just magnificent? I was worried it was getting a little dodgy in the middle part, but then that finale. . . Wow!
    VIOLET: Who are you?
    GRANDPA JOE: He's Willy Wonka.
    CHARLIE: Really?
    WILLY WONKA: Good morning, starshine. The earth says hello. Dear guests, greetings. Welcome to the factory. I shake you warmly by the hand. My name is Willy Wonka.
    VERUCA: Then shouldn't you be up there?
    WILLY WONKA: Well, I couldn't very well watch the show from up there, now, could I, little girl?
    GRANDPA JOE: Mr Wonka, I don't know if you'll remember me, but I used to work here in the factory.
    WILLY WONKA: Were you one of those despicable spies who every day tried to steal my life's work and sell it to those parasitic copy-cat, candy making cads?
    GRANDPA JOE: No, sir.
    WILLY WONKA: Then wonderful. Welcome back. Let's get a move on, kids.
    AUGUSTUS: Don't you want to know our names?
    WILLY WONKA: Can't imagine how it would matter. Come quickly. For too much to see. Just drop your coats anywhere.
    MR. TEAVEE: Mr. Wonka? Sure is toasty in here.
    WILLY WONKA: What? Oh, yeah. I have to keep it warm in here, because my workers are used to an extremely hot climate. They just can't stand the cold.
    CHARLIE: Who are the workers?
    WILLY WONKA: All in good time. Now. . .
    VIOLET: (hugs Willy Wonka) Mr. Wonka, I'm Violet Beauregarde.
    WILLY WONKA: Oh? I don't care.
    VIOLET: Well, you should care. Because I'm the girl that's gonna win the special prize at the end.
    WILLY WONKA: Well, you do seem confident, and confidence is key.
    VERUCA: I'm Veruca Salt. It's very nice to meet you, sir.
    WILLY WONKA: I always thought that a veruca was a type of wart you got on the bottom of your foot. Ha!
    Willow laughs a little at that.
    AUGUSTUS I'm Augustus Gloop. I love your chocolate.
    WILLY WONKA: I can see that. So do I. I never expected to have so much in common. You. . . you're Mike Teavee. You're the little devil who cracked the system. And you. Well, you're just lucky to be here, aren't you? And the rest of you must be their. . .
    MR. SALT: Parents.
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah. Moms and dads. Dad? Papa? Okay, then. Let's move along.
    AUGUSTUS: Would you like some chocolate?
    CHARLIE: Sure.
    AUGUSTUS: Then you should have brought some.
    VERUCA: Let's be friends.
    VIOLET: Best friends.
    WILLY WONKA: An important room, this. After all, it is a chocolate factory.
    MIKE: Then why is the door so small?
    WILLY WONKA: That's to keep all the great big chocolaty flavor inside.
    Willow whispering something to Willy Wonka. Willy Wonka than whispered something back to her. Then she whispered something back to him. When they entered the Chocolate room Willy Wonka surprised everyone except for Willow with a song.
    WILLY WONKA: Everyone behold...
    ~THE CHOCOLATE ROOM~
    WILLY WONKA: (as the door opens) The chocolate room.

    Hold your breath. Make a wish. Count to three.

    Come with me
    And you'll be
    In a world of Pure imagination
    Take a look

    (whips cane around)
    And you'll see
    Into your imagination

    We'll begin

    (whips cane around)
    With a spin
    Traveling in the world of my creation
    What we'll see
    Will defy

    (whips cane)
    Explanation

    (whips cane around)

    If you want to view paradise
    Simply look around and view it
    Anything you want to, do it
    Want to change the world

    There's nothing
    To it

    There is no life I know
    To compare with Pure imagination
    Living there
    You'll be free
    If you truly wish to be

    If you want to view paradise
    Simply look around and view it
    Anything you want to, do it
    Want to change the world?
    There's nothing
    To it

    There is no life I know
    To compare with Pure imagination
    Living there
    You'll be free
    If you truly
    Wish to be

    WILLOW (thinking): I love hearing him sing.
    WILLY WONKA: Now, do be careful, my dear children. Don't lose your heads. Don't get overexcited. Just keep very calm.
    CHARLIE: It's beautiful.
    WILLY WONKA: What? Oh, yeah, it's very beautiful. Every drop of the river, is hot, melted chocolate of the finest quality. The waterfall is most important. Mixes the chocolate. Churns it up. Makes it light and frothy. By the way... no other factory in the world, mixes it's chocolate by waterfall, my dear children. And you can take that to the bank. People. Those pipes... suck up the chocolate, and carry it away, all over the factory. Thousands of gallons an hour. Yeah. And do you like my meadow? Try some of my grass. Please have a blade. Please do. It's so delectable and so darn good-looking.
    WILLOW (telepathically to Willy Wonka): Yeah you are Wonka.
    CHARLIE: You can eat the grass?
    WILLY WONKA: Of course you can. Everything in this room is edible. Even I'm edible. But that is called cannibalism, my dear children, and is, in fact frowned upon in most societies. Yeah. Enjoy. Go on. Scoot, scoot.
    Mike is destoring a candy pumpkin.
    MR. TEAVEE: Son. Please.
    MIKE: Dad, he said, 'enjoy'.
    Charlie was going to grab a candy apple but Violet took it instead.
    CHARLIE: Why hold onto it? Why not just start a new piece?
    VIOLET: Because then I wouldn't be a champion. I'd be a loser, like you.
    VERUCA: Daddy, look over there. What is it? It's a little person. Over there, by the waterfall.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: There's two of them.
    MR. TEAVEE: There's more than two.
    MRS. GLOOP: Where do they come from?
    CHARLIE: Who are they?
    MIKE: Are they real people?
    WILLY WONKA: Of course they're real people. They're Oompa-Loompas.
    MR. SALT: Oompa-Loompas?
    WILLY WONKA: Imported, direct from Loompaland.
    MR. TEAVEE: There's no such place.
    WILLY WONKA: What?
    MR. TEAVEE: Mr. Wonka, I teach high-school geography, and I'm here to tell you...
    WILLY WONKA: Well, then you'll know all about it, and, oh, what a terrible country it is. The whole place is nothing but think jungles infested by the most dangerous beasts in the entire world. Hornswogglers and snozzwangers and those terrible, wicked whangdoodles. I went to Loompaland looking for exotic new flavors for candy. Instead, I found the Oompa-Loompas. They lived in tree houses to escape from the fierce creatures who lived below. The Oompa-Loompas ate nothing but green caterpillars, which tasted revolting. The Oompa-Loompas kept looking for other things to mash up with the caterpillars to make them taste better. Red beetles, the bark of the bong-bong tree. All of them beastly, but not quite so beastly as the caterpillars. But the food they longed for the most was the cocoa bean. An Oompa-Loompa was lucky if he found three or four cocoa beans a year. But, oh, how they craved them. All they'd ever think about was cocoa beans. The cocoa bean happens to be the thing from which chocolate is made, so I told the chief... (Uses sign language to say, 'Come live in my factory. You can have all the cocoa beans you want! I will even pay your wages in cocoa beans if you wish!') They are such wonderful workers. I feel I must warn you, though, they are rather mischievous. Always making jokes.
    MRS. GLOOP: Augustus, my child, that is not a good thing you do!
    WILLY WONKA: Hey, little boy. My chocolate must be untouched by human hands.
    MRS. GLOOP: He'll drown! He can't swim! Save him! Augustus! No! Augustus! Augustus! Watch out!
    VIOLET: There he goes.
    MRS. GLOOP: Call the fire brigade!
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: It's a wonder how that pipe is big enough.
    CHARLIE: It isn't big enough. He's slowing down.
    MIKE: He's gonna stick.
    MR. TEAVEE: I think he has.
    MR. SALT: He's blocked the whole pipe.
    CHARLIE: Look. The Oompa-Loompas.
    VERUCA: What are they doing?
    WILLY WONKA: Why, I believe they're going to treat us to a little song. It is quite a special occasion of course. They haven't had a fresh audience in many a moon.
    OOMPA-LOOMPAS (singing): Augustus Gloop! Augustus Gloop!
    The great big greedy nincompoop!
    Augustus Gloop!
    So big and vile
    So greedy, foul, and infantile
    'Come on!' we cried, 'The time is ripe
    To send him shooting up the pipe!
    But don't, dear children, be alarmed
    Augustus Gloop will not be harmed,
    Augustus Gloop will not be harmed
    Although, of course, we must admit
    He will be altered quite a bit.
    Slowly, the wheels go round and round,
    The cogs begin to grind and pound;
    We boil him for a minute more,
    Until we're absolutely sure
    Then out he comes! And now! By grace!
    A miracle has taken place!
    A miracle has taken place!
    This greedy brute, this louse's ear,
    Is loved by people everywhere!
    For who could hate or bear a grudge
    Against a luscious bit of fudge?"

    WILLY WONKA: Bravo! Well done! Aren't they delightful? Aren't they charming?
    WILLOW (telepathically to Willy Wonka): You're charming yourself Wonka.
    MR. SALT: I do say, that all seemed rather rehearsed.
    MIKE: Like they knew it was gonna happen.
    WILLY WONKA: Oh, poppycock.
    MRS. GLOOP: Where is my son? Where does that pipe go to?
    WILLY WONKA: That pipe, it just so happens to lead directly to the room where I make the most delicious kind of strawberry flavored, chocolate-coated fudge.
    MRS. GLOOP: Then he will be made into strawberry flavored, chocolate-coated fudge. They'll be selling him by the pound all over the world?
    WILLY WONKA: No. I wouldn't allow it. The taste would be terrible. Can you imagine Augustus-flavored, chocolate coated Gloop? Eww. No-one would buy it.
    Willy Wonka calls for an Oompa-Loompa.
    WILLY WONKA: I want you to take Mrs. Gloop up to the fudge room, okay? Help her find her son. Take a long stick and start poking around in the big chocolate-mixing barrel, okay?
    CHARLIE: Mr. Wonka?
    WILLY WONKA: Huh?
    CHARLIE: Why would Augustus' name already be in the Oompa-Loompa song, unless. . .?
    WILLY WONKA: Improvisation is a parlor trick. Anyone can do it. You, little girl. Say something. Anything.
    VIOLET: Chewing gum.
    WILLY WONKA: Chewing gum is really gross, Chewing gum I hate the most. See? Exactly the same.
    MIKE: No, it isn't.
    WILLY WONKA: Er, you really shouldn't mumble. Because I can't understand a word you're saying. Now, on with the tour.
    CHARLIE: Are the Oompa-Loompas really joking, Grandpa?
    GRANDPA JOE: Of course they're joking. That boy will be fine.
    Just then a pink sugary boat rowed over to them. The Oompa-Loompas started laughing.
    VIOLET: What's so funny?
    WILLY WONKA: I think it's from all those doggone cocoa beans. Hey, by the way, did you guys know that chocolate contains a property that triggers the release of endorphins? Gives one the feeling of being in love.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: You don't say.
    Willow didn't like the way Mrs. Beauregarde looked at Willy Wonka when she said that. She linked her arm with Willy Wonka's arm and gave Mrs. Beauregarde a dirty look for looking at her candyman the way she did.
    WILLY WONKA: All aboard. (Willow was sitting on Willy Wonka's lap because that is what it said on her specil golden ticket) Onward! Here. Try some of this. It'll do you good. You look starved to death.
    CHARLIE: It's great.
    WILLY WONKA: That's because it's mixed by waterfall. The waterfall is most important. Mixes the chocolate, churns it up, makes it light and frothy. Oh, by the way, no other factory in the world. . .
    VERUCA: You already said that.
    WILLY WONKA: You're all quite short, aren't you?
    VIOLET: Well, yeah. We're children.
    WILLY WONKA: Well, that's no excuse. I was never as short as you.
    MIKE: You were once.
    WILLY WONKA: Was not. Know why? Because I distinctly remember putting a hat on top of my head. Look at your short little arms. You could never reach.
    CHARLIE: Do you even remember what it was like being a kid?
    WILLY WONKA: Oh, boy, do I. Do I?
    NARRATOR: In fact, Willy Wonka hadn't thought about his childhood for years.
    CHILDREN: Trick or treat! Trick or treat! Trick or treat!
    WOMAN: Who do we have here? Ruthie, Veronica, Terrance. And who's that under the sheet? Little Willy Wonka.
    NARRATOR: Willy Wonka was the son of the city's most famous dentist. . . Wilbur Wonka.
    WILBUR WONKA: Now, let's see what the damage is this year, shall we? Caramels. They'd get stuck in your braces, wouldn't they? Lollipops. Ought to be called 'cavities on a stick'. Then we have all this. . . All this. . . chocolate. You know, just last week, I was reading in a very important medical journal that some children are allergic to chocolate. Makes their noses itch.
    WILLY WONKA: Maybe I'm not allergic. I could try a piece.
    WILBUR WONKA: Really? But why take a chance?
    CHARLIE: Mr. Wonka? Mr. Wonka? We're headed for a tunnel.
    WILLY WONKA: Oh, yeah. Full speed ahead.
    VIOLET: How can they see where they're going?
    WILLY WONKA: They can't. There's no knowing where they're going. Switch on the lights! People, keep an eye out. We're passing some very important rooms here.
    They pass a few rooms that say: Clotted Cream, Coffee Cream and Hair Cream.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: What do you use hair cream for?
    WILLY WONKA: To lock in moisture.
    They pass a room with an open door where some Oompa-Loompas were whipping a cow with whips.
    CHARLIE: Whipped cream.
    WILLY WONKA: Precisely.
    VERUCA: That doesn't make sense.
    WILLY WONKA: For your information, little girl. . . whipped cream isn't whipped cream at all unless it's been whipped with whips. Everybody knows that. (as the pass a room that says Inventing Room on it) Stop the boat. I wanna show you guys something. Now, this is the most important room in the entire factory. Now, everyone, enjoy yourselves, but just don't. . . touch anything. Okay? Go on. Go on, scoot.
    VIOLET: Hey, Mr. Wonka, what's this?
    WILLY WONKA: Oh, let me show you. Thank you. These are Everlasting Gobstoppers. They're for children who are given very little allowance money. You can suck on it all year, and it'll never get any smaller. Isn't that neat?
    VIOLET: It's like gum.
    WILLY WONKA: No. Gum is for chewing. And if you tried chewing one of these Gobstoppers, you'd break all your little teeth off. They sure do taste terrific. And this is hair toffee. You suck down one of these little boogers, and in exactly half an hour... a brand new crop of hair will start growing out all over the top of your little noggin. And a mustache. And a beard.
    MIKE: Who wants a beard?
    WILLY WONKA: Well... beatniks, for one. Folk singers and motorbike riders. You know, all those hip, jazzy, super-cool, neat, keen and groovy cats. It's in the fridge, daddy-o. Are you hep to the jive? Can you dig what I'm laying down? I knew that you could. Slide me some skin, soul brother. Unfortunately, the mixture isn't quite right yet. Because an Oompa-Loompa tried some yesterday, and, well, he... How are you today? You look great. Watch this.
    MIKE: You mean that's it?
    WILLY WONKA: Do you even know what 'it' is?
    VIOLET: It's gum.
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah. It's a stick of the most amazing and sensational gum in the whole universe. Know why? Know why? 'Cause this gum is a full three-course dinner all by itself.
    MR. SALT: Why would anyone want that?
    WILLY WONKA: It will be the end of all kitchens and all cooking. Just a little strip of Wonka's magic chewing gum and that is all you will ever need at breakfast, lunch and dinner. This piece of gum happens to be tomato soup, roast beef and blueberry pie.
    GRANDPA JOE: It sounds great.
    VERUCA: It sounds weird.
    VIOLET: It sounds like my kinda gum.
    WILLY WONKA: I, I'd rather you didn't. There's still one or two thing that are. . .
    VIOLET: I'm the world-record holder in chewing gum. I'm not afraid of anything.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: How is it, honey?
    VIOLET: It's amazing! Tomato soup. I can feel it running down my throat.
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah. Spit it out.
    GRANDPA JOE: Young lady, I think you'd better. . .
    VIOLET: It's changing. Roast beef with baked potato. Crispy skin and butter.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: Keep chewing, kiddo. My little girl's gonna be the first person in the world to have a chewing-gum meal.
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah. I'm just a little concerned about the. . .
    VIOLET: Blueberry pie and ice cream.
    WILLY WONKA: That part.
    VERUCA: What's happening to her nose?
    MR. SALT: It's turning blue.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: Your whole nose has gone purple.
    VIOLET: What do you mean?
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: Violet, you're turning violet. What's happening?
    WILLY WONKA: Well, I told you I hadn't got it quite right. 'Cause it goes a little funny when it gets to the dessert. It's the blueberry pie that does it. I'm terribly sorry.
    VIOLET: Mother? What's happening to me?
    GRANDPA JOE: She's swelling up.
    CHARLIE: Like a blueberry.
    WILLY WONKA: I've tried it on, like, twenty Oompa-Loompas, and each one ended up as a blueberry. It's just weird.
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: But I can't have a blueberry as a daughter. How is she supposed to compete?
    VERUCA: You could put her in a county fair.
    OOMPA-LOOMPAS (singing): Yeah, yeah, Yeah,

    Listen close, and listen hard, the tale of Violet Beauregarde.
    The gentle girl she sees no wrong...

    In chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing all day long.

    Chewing, chewing all day long.
    Chewing, chewing all day long.
    Chewing, chewing all day long.

    Yeah.

    She goes on chewing till, at last, her chewing muscles grow so fast.
    And from her face her giant chin, sticks out just like a violin...

    Chewing, chewing all day long.
    Chewing, chewing all day long.
    Chewing, chewing all day long.

    For years and years she chews away, her jaws get stronger every day.
    And with one great tremendous chew...they bite the poor girl's tongue in two.
    And that is why we try so hard, to save Miss Violet Beauregarde.

    Chewing, chewing all day long.
    Chewing, chewing all day long.

    Chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing all day long.

    Chewing, chewing all day long.
    Chewing, chewing all day long.
    Chewing, chewing all day long.

    VIOLET: Mr. Wonka!
    WILLY WONKA: I want you to roll Miss Beauregarde into the boat and take her along to the juicing room at once, okay?
    MRS. BEAUREGARDE: The juicing room? What are they gonna do to her there?
    WILLY WONKA: They're gonna squeeze her. Like a little pimple. We gotta squeeze all that juice out of her immediately.
    VIOLET: Mother, help me. Please.
    WILLY WONKA: Come on. Let's boogie. Without the boat, we'll have to move double-time just to keep on schedule. There's far too much to see.
    CHARLIE: Mr. Wonka?
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah?
    CHARLIE: Why did you decide to let people in?
    WILLY WONKA: Well, so they could see the factory, of course.
    CHARLIE: But why now? And why only five?
    MIKE: What's the special prize, and who gets it?
    WILLY WONKA: The best kind of prize is a sur-prise.
    VERUCA: Will Violet always be a blueberry?
    WILLY WONKA: No. Maybe. I don't know. But that's what you get from chewing gum all day. It's just disgusting.
    MIKE: If you hate gum so much, why do you make it?
    WILLY WONKA: Once again, you really shouldn't mumble. 'Cos it's kinda starting to bum me out.
    CHARLIE: Can you remember the first candy you ever ate?
    WILLY WONKA: No.
    NARRATOR: In fact, Willy Wonka did remember the first candy he ever ate.
    WILLY WONKA: I'm sorry, I was having a flashback.
    MR. SALT: I see.
    MR. TEAVEE: These flashbacks happen often?
    WILLY WONKA: Increasingly. . . today.
    They walk up to a room that says Nut Sorting Room.
    MR. SALT: Ah, this is a room I know all about. For you see, Mr. Wonka, I, myself, am in the nut business. Are you using the Havermax four thousand to do your sorting?
    WILLY WONKA: No. You're really weird.
    They walk in.
    VERUCA: Squirrels.
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah. Squirrels. These squirrels are specially trained to get the nuts out of shells.
    MR. SALT: You use squirrels? Why not use Oompa-Loompas?
    WILLY WONKA: Because only squirrels can get the whole walnut out almost every single time. You see how they tap each one with their little knuckles to make sure it's not bad? Oh, look. Look. I think that one's got a bad nut.
    VERUCA: Daddy, I want a squirrel. Get me one of those squirrels. I want one.
    MR. SALT: Veruca, dear, you have many marvelous pets.
    VERUCA: All I've got at home is one pony and two dogs and four cats and six rabbits and two parakeets and three canaries and a green parrot and a turtle and a silly old hamster. I want a squirrel!
    MR. SALT: All right, pet. Daddy will get you a squirrel just as soon as he possibly can.
    VERUCA: But I don't want any old squirrel, I want a trained squirrel.
    MR. SALT: Very well. Mr. Wonka, how much do you want for one of these squirrels? Name your price.
    WILLY WONKA: Oh, they're not for sale. She can't have one.
    VERUCA: Daddy.
    WILLY WONKA: (Impersonates Mr. Salt) I'm sorry, darling. Mr. Wonka's being unreasonable.
    VERUCA: If you won't get me a squirrel, I'll get one myself.
    MR. SALT: Veruca.
    WILLY WONKA: Little girl?
    MR. SALT: Veruca, come back here at once. Veruca.
    WILLY WONKA: Little girl? Don't touch that squirrel's nuts. It'll make him crazy.
    VERUCA: I'll have you.
    MR. SALT: Veruca. Veruca. Veruca!
    WILLY WONKA: Let's find the key. Nope. Not that one.
    VERUCA: Daddy!
    MR. SALT: Veruca!
    WILLY WONKA: No. There it is. There it isn't.
    VERUCA: Daddy, I want them to stop.
    CHARLIE: What are they doing?
    WILLY WONKA: They're testing to see if she's a bad nut. Oh, my goodness. She is a bad nut after all.
    MR. SALT: Veruca!
    VERUCA: Daddy!
    MR. SALT: Where are they taking her?
    WILLY WONKA: Where all the other bad nuts go. To the garbage chute.
    MR. SALT: Where does the chute go?
    WILLY WONKA: To the incinerator. But don't worry. We only light it on Tuesdays.
    MIKE: Today is Tuesday.
    WILLY WONKA: Well, there's always the chance they decided not to light it today. Now, she may be stuck in the chute just below the top. If that's the case, all you have to do is just reach in and pull her out. Okay?
    OOMPA-LOOMPAS (singing): Veruca Salt, the little brute,
    Has just gone down the garbage chute
    And She will meet as she descends
    A rather different set of friends
    A rather different set of friends
    A rather different set of friends
    A fish head, for example, cut
    This morning from a halibut.
    An oyster from an oyster stew,
    A steak that no one else would chew,
    And lots of other things as well,
    Each with a rather horrid smell.
    horrid smell
    These are Veruca's newfound friends
    That she will meet as she descends,
    These are Veruca's newfound friends
    Who went and spoiler her
    Who indeed?
    Who pandered to her every need?
    Who turned her into such a brat?
    Who are the culprits? Who did that?
    The guilty ones now this is sad
    Are dear old Mum and Loving Dad

    An Oompa-Loompa walked up to Willy Wonka and whispered something to him.
    WILLY WONKA: Oh, really? Oh, good. I've just been informed that the incinerator's broken. So there should be about three weeks of rotten garbage to break their fall.
    MR. TEAVEE: Well, that's good news.
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah. Well, let's keep on trucking. I don't know why I didn't think of this earlier. The elevator's by far the most efficient way to get around the factory.
    MIKE: There can't be this many floors.
    WILLY WONKA: How do you know, Mr. Smarty-Pants? And this isn't just an ordinary up and down elevator, by the way. This elevator can go sideways, longways, slantways, and any other ways you can think of. You just press any button and, whoosh, you're off. Oh, look. Look. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to fudge mountain. Oh... I'd rather not talk about this one. This is the puppet hospital and burn center. It's relatively new. Ah, the administration offices. Hello, Doris.
    MIKE: Why is everything here completely pointless?
    CHARLIE: Candy doesn't have to have a point. That's why it's candy.
    MIKE: It's stupid.
    WILBUR WONKA: Candy is a waste of time. No son of mine is going to be a chocolatier.
    YOUNG WILLY: Then I'll run away. To Switzerland. Bavaria. The candy capitals of the world.
    WILBUR WONKA: Go ahead. But I won't be here when you come back.
    GUARD: Sorry, son. We're closing for the night.
    MIKE: I wanna pick a room.
    WILLY WONKA: Go ahead.
    Mike presses a button that says Television Room and they zoom off to the Television Room.
    WILLY WONKA: Here. Put these on quick, and don't take them off whatever you do. This light could burn your eyeballs right out of your skulls. And we certainly don't want that, now, do we? This is the testing room for my very latest and greatest invention: Television Chocolate. One day it occurred to me. . . Hey, if television can break up a photograph into millions and millions of tiny little pieces and send it whizzing through the air, then reassemble it on the other end. . . Why can't I do the same thing with chocolate? Why can't I, send a real bar of chocolate through the television, all ready to be eaten?
    OPRAH WINFREY (TV): I'm not gonna touch it. I'm not going in that direction.
    MR. TEAVEE: Sounds impossible.
    MIKE: It is impossible. You don't understand anything about science. First off, there's a difference between waves and particles. Duh! Second, the amount of power it would take to convert energy in matter would be like nine atomic bombs.
    WILLY WONKA: Mumbler! Seriously, I cannot understand a single word you're saying. Okey-dokey. I shall now send a bar of chocolate from one end of the room. . . to the other, by television. Bring in the chocolate! It's gotta be real big, 'cos you know how on TV you can film a regular-size man, and he comes out looking this tall? Same basic principle.
    CHARLIE: It's gone!
    WILLY WONKA: Told you. Now, that bar of chocolate is now rushing through the air above our heads in a million tiny little pieces. Come over here. Come on. Come on. Come on! Watch the screen. Here it comes. Oh, look. Take it.
    MIKE: It's just a picture on a screen.
    WILLY WONKA: Scaredy-cat. You take it. Go on. Just reach out and grab it. Go on.
    GRANDPA JOE: Holy buckets.
    WILLY WONKA: Eat it. Go on. It'll be delicious. It's the same bar. It's just gotten a little smaller on the journey, that's all.
    CHARLIE: It's great.
    GRANDPA JOE: It's a miracle.
    WILLY WONKA: So imagine, ah, you're sitting at home watching television and suddenly a commercial will flash onto the screen, and a voice will say, "Wonka's chocolates are the best in the world. If you don't believe us, try one for yourself." And you simply reach out. . . and take it. How about that?
    MR. TEAVEE: So can you send other things? Say, like, breakfast cereal?
    WILLY WONKA: Do you have any idea what breakfast cereal's made of? It's those little curly wooden shavings you find in pencil sharpeners.
    CHARLIE: But could you send it by television if you wanted to?
    WILLY WONKA: Of course I could.
    MIKE: What about people?
    WILLY WONKA: Well, why would I want to send a person? They don't taste very good at all.
    MIKE: Don't you realise what you've invented? It's a teleporter. It's the most important invention in the history of the world. And all you think about is chocolate.
    MR. TEAVEE: Calm down, Mike. I think Mr. Wonka knows what he's talking about.
    MIKE: No, he doesn't. He has no idea. You think he's a genius, but he's an idiot. But I'm not.
    WILLOW (thinking): You're the idiot, Mike.
    WILLY WONKA: Hay, little boy. Don't push my button.
    MR. TEAVEE: He's gone.
    WILLY WONKA: Let's go check the television, see what we get. I sure hope no part of him gets left behind.
    MR. TEAVEE: What do you mean?
    WILLY WONKA: Well, sometimes only half the little pieces find their way through. If you had to choose only one half of your son, which one would it be?
    MR. TEAVEE: What kind of a question is that?
    WILLY WONKA: No need to snap. Just a question. Try every channel. I'm starting to feel a little anxious.
    CHARLIE: There he is.
    MR. TEAVEE: Mike.
    OOMPA-LOOMPAS (singing): The most important thing, that we've learned,
    The most important thing we've learned,
    As far as children are concerned,
    Is never, never let
    Them near the television set
    Or better still, just don't install
    The idiotic thing at all.

    Never never let them
    Never never let them
    Never never let them
    Never never let them

    It rots the senses in the head!
    It kills imagination dead!
    It clogs and clutters up the mind!
    It makes a child so dull and blind!
    So dull, so dull!
    He can no Longer understand
    A fairytale, a fairyland!
    A fairyland, a fairyland!
    His brain becomes as soft as cheese!
    His thinking powers rust and freeze!
    He cannot think he only sees!

    Regarding little Mike Teavee,
    We very much regret that we
    Regret that we,
    Shall simply have to wait and see
    If we can get him back his height.
    But if we can't it serves him right.

    Wait and see,
    Wait and see,
    Wait and see,
    Wait and see,
    Wait and see.

    We very much regret that we,
    Shall simply have to wait and see,
    If we can get him back his height,
    But if we can't, It serves him right.

    WILLY WONKA: Ooh, somebody grab him.
    MIKE: Help me. Help me.
    WILLY WONKA: Oh, thank heavens. He's completely unharmed.
    MR. TEAVEE: Unharmed? What are you talking about?
    MIKE: Just put me back in the other way.
    WILLY WONKA: There is no other way. It's television, not telephone. There's quite a difference.
    MR. TEAVEE: And what exactly do you propose to do about it?
    WILLY WONKA: I don't know. But young men are extremely springy. They stretch like mad. Ah! Let's go put him in the taffy puller.
    MR. TEAVEE: Taffy puller?!
    WILLY WONKA: Hey, that was my idea. Boy, is he gonna be skinny. Yeah. Taffy puller. I want you to take Mr Teavee and his... little boy, up to the taffy puller, okay? Stretch him out. On with the tour. There's still so much left to see. Now, how many children are left?
    GRANDPA JOE: Mr. Wonka, Charlie's the only one left now.
    WILLY WONKA: You mean, you're the only one?
    CHARLIE: Yes.
    WILLY WONKA: What happened to the others? Oh, my dear boy, but that mean's you've won. Oh, I do congratulate you. I really do. I'm absolutely delighted. I had a hunch you know, right from the beginning. Well done. Now, we mustn't dilly, or dally. Because we have an enormous number of things to do before the day's out. But luckily for us, we have the great glass elevator to speed things al. . .
    WILLOW: Are you ok, Wonka?
    WILLY WONKA: Speed things along. Come on.
    Willy Wonka presses a button that says Up and Out.
    CHARLIE: Up and out? What kind of room is that?
    WILLY WONKA: Hold on. Oh, my goodness. We're gonna need to go much faster, otherwise we'll just never break through.
    CHARLIE: Break through what?
    WILLY WONKA: I've been longing to press that button for years. Well, here we go. Up and out!
    GRANDPA JOE: But do you really mean. . .?
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah, I do.
    GRANDPA JOE: But it's made of glass. It'll smash into a million pieces.
    Willy Wonka laughs and then they are out of the factory and they see the other children and parents leaving the factory.
    MRS. GLOOP: Augustus, please, don't eat your fingers.
    AUGUSTUS: But I taste so good.
    VIOLET: Look, Mother. I'm much more flexible now.
    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.
    Just then the glass elevator went through the roof of the Bucket's house.
    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 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 years ago, I actually fell in love with a girl named Willow Willkenson and just yesterday her and I are engaged to be married, after I asked Willow to marry me, I saw reflected my life's work, my factory, my beloved Oompa-Loompas. Who would watch over them after her and I have gone on our honeymoon? I realised in that moment, 'I must find an 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, 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.
    WILLOW (telepathically to Willy Wonka): Wonka, sweetheart, don't say that. That's not true.
    WILLY WONKA (telepathically to Willow): I'm sorry, Starshine but, I just don't like the idea of a family there.
    WILLOW (telepathically to Willy Wonka): What about me?
    WILLY WONKA (telepathically to Willow): That's different because you're my candygirl.
    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 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.
    After that Willy Wonka and Willow left the Bucket's house in the glass elevator and went back to the factory.
    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 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 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.
    WILLOW: Wonka, dear please don't do that.
    For once Willy Wonka didn't listen to his candygirl. The next day Willy Wonka went out to get his shoes shine, but Willow stayed back in the factory, but before Willy Wonka went out he and Willow sang a song together because she wanted him to go see his father and ask him to come for their wedding but he didn't like the sound of that so now they are singing a song called "Out of Thin Air" sung by Aladdin and Jasmine from Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
    WILLOW (singing): You showed me the world
    When I was all locked up inside,
    You reached out your hand
    And took me on a magic carpet ride
    One look at your smile,
    And I could see the light
    Shining everywhere
    People like you don't come out of thin air.


    WILLY WONKA (singing): Oh, Willow
    You don't understand
    There is so much that you don't see
    Just think, if you can,
    What growing up had to be like for me
    Your father's a man
    Who taught you who you are--
    Mine was never there
    So how can you say I don't come out of thin air?
    There's so much I want to know


    WILLOW (singing): You've got the chance to learn

    WILLY WONKA (singing): If it means I'd have to go

    WILLOW (singing): I'll be right here when you return...
    Our wedding can wait


    WILLY WONKA (singing): I love you

    WILLOW (singing): I think it's worth this small delay

    WILLY WONKA (singing): Maybe you're right

    WILLOW (singing): And won't it be great
    To have your father see our wedding day?


    WILLY WONKA (singing): I've waited so long

    WILLOW (singing): It isn't too late

    WILLY WONKA (singing): to learn the truth

    BOTH (singing): And now at last, we can finally say

    WILLOW (singing): Your father is really there

    WILLY WONKA (singing): There's so much that we might share

    WILLOW (singing): And you'll finally learn

    BOTH (singing): (You) (I) don't come out of thin air.
    Now Willy Wonka is outside getting his shoes shine by Charlie Bucket of course.
    WILLY WONKA (his face hidden behind a newspaper): Pity about that chocolate fellow, Wendell, er, Walter.
    CHARLIE Willy Wonka.
    WILLY WONKA (his face still hidden behind the newspaper): 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 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 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.
    Now Charlie and Willy Wonka walking over to Willy Wonka's father's 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. . . and you haven't flossed.
    WILLY WONKA: Not once.
    WILBUR WONKA: So why are you here, son?
    WILLY WONKA: I was wondering if you could come back with me for my wedding.
    WILBUR WONKA: Wedding?
    WILLY WONKA: Yes, I'm getting married to a beautiful girl named Willow Willkenson.
    WILBUR WONKA: How long have to known her and when did you meet her?
    WILLY WONKA: I've known for over three years and I met her when she first started working for me over three years ago as my assistant boss.
    WILBUR WONKA: I would love to meet the girl that would soon be my daughter-in-law.
    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.
    GRANDPA GEORGE: Thought I heard thunder.
    MR. BUCKET: You staying for dinner, Willy and Willow?
    WILLY WONKA AND WILLOW: Yes, please.
    GRANDPA JOE: I'll shuffle the plates.
    GRANDMA GEORGINA: You smell like peanuts. I love peanuts.
    WILLY WONKA: Oh, thank you. You smell like. . . old people and soap. I like it.
    Grandma Georgina hugs Willy Wonka.
    GRANDMA JOSEPHINE: Elbows off the table, Charlie.
    WILLY WONKA: How do you feel about little raspberry kites?
    CHARLIE: With licorice instead of string.
    MRS. BUCKET: Boys, no business at the dinner table.
    CHARLIE: Sorry, Mom.
    WILLY WONKA: I think you're on to something, though, Charlie.
    A few hours later Willy Wonka was with Willow at her house asking her parents if she can move in to the factory with him.
    WILLOW: Mom, Dad, Wonka has something he wants to ask you something.
    WILMER AND WILMA: Oh ok. What is it Willy?
    WILLY WONKA: I was wondering if Willow can move into my factory with me?
    WILMER: Why?
    WILLY WONKA: Well because lately I haven't been sleeping that great.
    WILLOW: I'm having the same problem.
    WILMER: Well, I don't know.
    WILLOW: Please, daddy.
    WILLY WONKA: Don't worry, sir, I will take good care of your daughter.
    WILLOW: Dad he will, trust me, he will.
    WILMER: Well than I guess you can move in with him.
    WILLOW (as she hugs her father): Oh, thank you, daddy!
    Later that night Willy Wonka and Willow were in Willy Wonka's bed with Willow finally sleeping in Willy Wonka's embrace.
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    Re: 02 It's All About Love

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    Chapter 9
    The Truth Is Revealed

    The next day Willow went to go see Willy Wonka. She was just about to walk out the door when her parents stopped her.
    WILMA: Where are you going baby girl?
    WILLOW: I was just going to go see one of my best friends.
    WILMA: Oh ok.
    WILLOW: By the way, mom make sure you, dad and all my brothers and sisters watch the news today.
    WILMA: Why?
    WILLOW: Just make sure you watch the news ok.
    WILMA: Oh ok.
    A few minutes later Willow was at Wonka's factory.
    WILLY WONKA: Are you ready to tell the world about us?
    WILLOW: Actually Wonka, I'm not ready to tell anyone about us.
    WILLY WONKA: Why is that?
    WILLOW: Well I don't know how my friends and family would react if they found out about us after all these years.
    WILLY WONKA: What makes you say that?
    WILLOW: Well I have been lying to them all these years.
    They continue to talk about that until it was time to talk to the news reporters. Willow was cuddling up next to Willy Wonka right in front of the news reporters. Also everyone around the world is watching the news.
    NEWS REPORTER #1: So Mr. Wonka why did you want to talk to us today?
    WILLY WONKA: I wanted to tell everyone around the world the truth about us.
    NEWS REPORTER #2: Us? Us who?
    WILLY WONKA: Why this beautiful candygirl on my arm of course.
    Willow blushed when Willy Wonka said that.
    NEWS REPORTER #3: What's your name miss?
    WILLOW: Willow Willkenson.
    NEWS REPORTER #1: Are you the same Willow Willkenson that got Wonka's special golden ticket?
    WILLY WONKA: Yes, yes she is the one that got my special golden ticket.
    NEWS REPORTER #2: So what's the truth about the two of you?
    WILLY WONKA: The truth is Willow and I are more than just friends and co-workers. In fact we are soon to be married.
    When Willy Wonka said that everyone around the world dropped their mouths in shock.
    NEWS REPORTER #3: Did you say that you are to be married soon?
    WILLOW: Yes, yes he did.
    NEWS REPORTER #1: When did he propose to you, Willow?
    WILLOW: Two days ago.
    NEWS REPORTER #2: How long have you been dating?
    WILLOW (whispering to Wonka): Here we go.
    WILLY WONKA: Since the first day she started working for me.
    Willow hung her head down an embarrassment.
    WILLOW: I would just like to say that I'm sorry to my friends and family for not telling you about Wonka and I for these past three years. Everything that I told you I had to cover up the truth.
    WILLY WONKA: That's true and besides I was the one to tell her to keep our relationship a secret.
    WILLOW: He's right.
    NEWS REPORTER #3: Why don't the two of you sing a song together?
    WILLOW: That's a great idea.
    WILLY WONKA: Yes, I agree.
    WILLOW: What song do you want to sing, my sweet sugar candyman?
    WILLY WONKA: That's it.
    WILLOW: What's it?
    WILLY WONKA: I know what song we'll going to sing.
    Willy Wonka whispered to Willow what song they are going to sing and that song is "Candyman" by Aqua.
    WILLOW (singing): Oooh, WILLY WONKA (singing): I am the candyman
    WILLOW (singing): Oooh, WILLY WONKA (singing): comin' from bountyland
    WILLOW (singing): Oooh, WILLY WONKA (singing): I am the candyman
    WILLOW (singing): Oooh, WILLY WONKA (singing): comin' from bountyland

    WILLOW (singing): I wish that you were my lollipop
    Sweet things, I will never get enough
    If you show me to the sugar tree
    Will you give me a sodapop for free


    WILLY WONKA (singing): Come with me, honey, I'm your sweet sugar candyman WILLOW (singing): (oooh)
    WILLY WONKA (singing): Run like the wind, fly with me to bountyland WILLOW (singing): (oooh)
    WILLY WONKA (singing): Bite me, I'm yours, if you're hungry, please understand WILLOW (singing): (oooh)
    WILLY WONKA (singing): This is the end of the sweet sugar candyman

    WILLOW (singing): Oh my love, I know you are my candyman
    And oh my love, your word is my command
    Oh my love, I know you are my candyman
    And oh my love, let us fly to bountyland

    Oooh, you are my lollipop
    Oooh, sugar sugar top
    Oooh, you are my lollipop
    Oooh, sugar sugar top

    I wish that I were a bubble gum
    Chewin' on me, baby, all day long
    I will be begging for sweet delight
    Until you say I am yours tonight


    WILLY WONKA (singing): Come with me, honey, I'm your sweet sugar candyman WILLOW (singing): (oooh)
    WILLY WONKA (singing): Run like the wind, fly with me to bountyland WILLOW (singing): (oooh)
    WILLY WONKA (singing): Bite me, I'm yours, if you're hungry, please understand WILLOW (singing): (oooh)
    WILLY WONKA (singing): This is the end of the sweet sugar candyman

    WILLOW (singing): Oh my love, I know you are my candyman
    And oh my love, your word is my command
    Oh my love, I know you are my candyman
    And oh my love, let us fly to bountyland

    Oh my love, I know you are my candyman
    And oh my love, your word is my command
    Oh my love, I know you are my candyman
    And oh my love, let us fly to bountyland


    WILLY WONKA (singing): I am the candyman
    Comin' from bountyland
    I am the candyman
    Comin' from bountyland

    Comin' from bountyland


    WILLOW (singing): Oh my love, I know you are my candyman
    And oh my love, your word is my command
    Oh my love, I know you are my candyman
    And oh my love, let us fly to bountyland

    Oooh, you are my lollipop
    Oooh, sugar sugar top
    Oooh, you are my lollipop
    Oooh, sugar sugar top

    NEWS REPORTER #1: So Willow tell us will you follow Willy Wonka wherever he may go?
    WILLOW: Instead of telling you answer I will sing you the answer to that question.
    So Willow sang "I Will Follow Him" from Sister Act 1.
    I will follow Him
    Follow Him wherever He may go,
    And near Him, I always will be
    For nothing can keep me away,
    He is my destiny.

    I will follow Him,
    Ever since He touched my heart I knew,
    There isn't an ocean too deep,
    A mountain so high it can keep,
    Keep me away, away from His love.

    I love Him, I love Him, I love Him,
    And where He goes,
    I'll follow, I'll follow, I'll follow.
    he'll always be my true love, my true love, my true love
    from now until forever, forever, forever

    I will follow Him,
    Follow Him wherever He may go,
    There isn't an ocean too deep,
    A mountain so high it can keep,
    Keep me away, away from His love...

    We will follow Him,
    Follow Him wherever He may go,
    There isn't an ocean too deep,
    A mountain so high it can keep,
    Keep us away, away from His love...

    I love Him
    (Oh yes I love Him)
    I'll follow
    (I'm gonna follow)
    True love
    (He'll always be my true, true love)
    Forever
    (Now until forever)
    I love Him, I love Him, I love Him,
    And where He goes,
    I'll follow, I'll follow, I'll follow,
    He'll always be my true love,
    My true love, my true love,
    From now until forever,
    Forever, forever...

    There isn't an ocean too deep,
    A mountain so high it can keep,
    Keep me away, away from His love

    Before one of the News Reporters could say something Willy Wonka pulled Willow close and kissed her passionately in front of the News Reporters and everyone around the world that was watching the news also saw them kiss passionately as well.
    NEWS REPORTER #1: *clears throat*
    Willy Wonka and Willow broke their kiss.
    NEWS REPORTER #1: So Mr. Wonka why did you want to keep your relationship with each other a secret?
    WILLY WONKA: I wanted to keep it a secret because I didn't want anyone knowing the real truth why I made her my assistant when she worked for me and the real reason why she got my special golden ticket until the time is right.
    NEWS REPORTER #2: So when did you figure out when the right time would be?
    WILLY WONKA: I was thinking that the day after the golden ticket winners came to my factory would be the perfect day.
    NEWS REPORTER #3: So Mr. Wonka when are you two getting married?
    WILLY WONKA: Well we haven't set a date yet.
    WILLOW: Yeah because he only just asked me two days ago.
    After talking with the News Reporters for a few more hours Willy Wonka told them that he and Willow have some important things to talk about in private.
    WILLY WONKA: Will you all excuse us but my candygirl and I have some important things to talk about.
    NEWS REPORTERS: Oh ok. Sure.
    So the News Reporters and everyone else that was there left and Willy Wonka and Willow went into Wonka's factory.
    WILLOW: So Wonka what are those important things you wanted to talk to me about?
    Willy Wonka didn't answer her question he just pulled her close and started kissing her passionately, but those weren't his normal kisses. When Willow realized that she pulled away.
    WILLOW: Wonka?
    WILLY WONKA: What?
    WILLOW: Those weren't your normal kisses.
    WILLY WONKA: Yeah I know. I was thinking maybe we could...
    WILLOW: I don't think I'm ready to do that yet Wonka.
    WILLY WONKA: That's ok. We won't do it unless you are ready. I won't make you do what you don't want to do.
    WILLOW: Thanks, my sweet sugar candyman.
    Later that night Willow was at home and she was talking to her friends and family and if they watched the news earlier. She was hoping they won't be mad at her for keeping her relationship with Willy Wonka a secret from them for the past three years. She found out that they were happy for her and proud of her. She was relieved when she found that out. A few hours later that night she was in her bed dreaming about sleeping in Willy Wonka's embrace. Willy Wonka was in his bed dreaming about having Willow sleep in his embrace.

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