The REAL Ending of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory | Robot Chicken | Adult Swim


I’M GIVING YOU
THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, CHARLIE. OH, GOSH!
WHY? YOU HAVE A TRUSTING HEART,
MY CHILD. JUST SIGN HERE. CHARLES BUCKET, AS THE LEGAL OWNER
OF THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, YOU ARE HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE DEATHS AND/OR MAIMING OF AUGUSTUS GLOOP,
VERUCA SALT, MIKE TEEVEE, AND VIOLET BEAUREGARDE. YOU’VE WON A GOLDEN TICKET
TO THE ELECTRIC CHAIR. DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING
TO SAY? I’LL SEE WILLY WONKA
IN HELL, YOUR HONOR! NOTED.
[ BANGS GAVEL ] HMM, MURDERING CHILDREN
WAS FUN WHILE IT LASTED, BUT I CAN LIVE
WITH THIS, TOO. FINGER IN
YOUR SNOZZBERRY, SIR? [ CRACK! ] [ GROANS ]

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100 thoughts on “The REAL Ending of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory | Robot Chicken | Adult Swim

  1. If you know what a Snozzberry REALLY is, that last scene will make you raise a brow.

    And then thinking about the edible wallpaper will harm your childhood.

  2. Why doesnt anybody read the fricking books like me. Welp nobody cares about em it says Willy Wonka wanted somebody to own the factory because he was older than they thought and later the grandparents of Charlie and Mr. Wonka will run it for now so really he wasnt murdering anyone he just wanted someone who listened to him to run the place

  3. All I can think of when watching this is why the hell is Charlie, a British Citizen, being tried in an American court room? lol

  4. If you look at the OSHA violations, then this makes a lot of sense, lol. Blame Film Theory for this one. XD

  5. Prison Guard "Charles Bucket, you have your last phone call!"
    Charlie's mother (singing over phone) "Cheer up Charlie, give me a smile…"

  6. OSHA Gives Willy Wonka Huge Fines. As He Does Have OSHA Violations Everywhere. And As A Fun Fact, If Agusutus's Germ Ridden Body Did In Fact Make Someone Sick From A Chocolate Bar On The Other End, Wonka Would Be Responsible For Fines Of Around $350,000 At The Time Of The Movie Release, Or About $1,500,000 In Today's Terms Per Person Made Sick

  7. I'm pretty sure the kids signed a contract that the factory would not be responsible for accidents caused by the guests' neglect. Perhaps the court should look into that too before making accusations.

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