The second the team finishes, the judges and the Willy Wonka cast members stroll across a bridge (not edible) into their Land of Pure Imagination. Johnny Iuzzini is glowing like a kid in a candy store, which I guess is an actually accurate description and Gail is clapping her hands and squee-ing in excitement. For some reason the camera doesn't give us a great overview shot of the entire room. Probably because as much marzipan and frosting they put on things, it's still just the Top Chef dining room. What elements we can see look delicious enough to create a real feeling of whimsy. Everyone oohs and ahhs and one of the cast members (Mike Teevee maybe) sighs, "Where were you when we were filming?" Gail introduces the cast members (again) and the judges (again): Hubert Keller, Judge Johnny and guest judge Ron Ben-Israel, who is getting his own reality show soon and is probably using his turn on Top Chef: Just Desserts as reality show training wheels. Then Gail unleashes a surprise surprise group of guests: Oompa Loompas! Oh wait, no: Actual children. None of whom look anything like Oompa Loompas. Well except for that one kid in the back there. None of the chefs look at all excited to let children into their world of pure imagination. In fact, they all look a little horrified at the prospect of the children getting their grubby hands on their exquisitely crafted chocolates. Like the children are any worse than the Real Housewives, you idiots.
The judges invade the land of pure imagination like they are Charlemagne and Europe is made of chocolate and they have a heck of a sweet tooth. They head straight for the chocolate waterfall. Wait, where is Augustus Gloop? This isn't authentic if Augusts doesn't get stuck in the waterfall like a hair clog and the Oompa Loompas douse him in industrial strength Drano to get him out.