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. Charlie holds his chocolate cup under the chocolate waterfall and gets covered in a fine chocolate mist. For some reason Gail finds this disagreeable and loudly wishes that "Chris' stream was a little less forceful." HOW IS THAT NOT DIRTY? Where is the FCC? R.I.P. decency standards. Sheesh. They then move over to a less dirty display: Amanda made raspberry fizzy chocolates that you pluck from a tree, as well as a chocolate tulip cup with blueberry sauce and almond cream. Veruca Salt starts moaning and either the dish is extremely good, or Veruca Salt is having a stroke. Maybe both? Craig's giant Gummi bears are met with far less enthusiasm, but Johnny buries his face in its belly anyway. Unfortunately even the kids don't like them and since kids will eat candy boogers and chocolate brains, this is bad. Rebecca made moon pies as well as golden egg cakes with cakes baked into eggs. One handed mind you! Veruca can't help but point out that she wanted a Golden Egg, not a white one with freaking chocolate cake baked inside by a chef working with one hand. So, yeah, Veruca hasn't changed very much. Matthew made lemon, strawberry and vanilla profiteroles that even manage to please Veruca Salt, professional whiner. Orlando made raspberry chocolate crunches that are hanging from a tree. For some reason everyone needs to note that they are "large," which doesn't seem very important. Sally made a pistachio financier that is meant to be dipped into a mousse thing or something? Everyone seems very confused by her offering. Gail dismisses it as "messy," but I am pretty sure that "messy" is required if you are going to be at all true to the film. I mean, Violet Beauregard was tearing at a Gummi bear with her teeth and Veruca was shoveling chocolate in her mouth with her hands. Messy is a requirement, Gail, so I'm sorry if it makes you feel funny. Talk to your therapist and leave the contestants alone. Melissa made whoopie pie daisies, which are greeted with some approval. However the green doughnut cactus thing is so vile that Veruca wants to spit it out of her mouth. Johnny rather kindly offers his hand out for doughnut disposal purposes and ...that kind of makes me sweet on Johnny. DON'T TELL ANYONE. Katzie's carrot patch is adorable and requires that guests pull out a plant to unearth a chocolate-covered carrot cake "root." She also made a beehive where you pump the honey onto a cake. The judges are smitten, for sure. Carlos made a peanut butter and jelly macaron, which Johnny admires for its American twist on a French classic. Carlos' fruit leather edible wallpaper is a big hit, but Violet rudely will not lick it. What else are you here for lady? Finally, Megan's shortbread mushrooms are cute, but don't taste that interesting. Her bourbon pops were delicious, but WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN?! She admits that she was working on too many projects and dishes and didn't focus on her own. Also, she didn't know there were going to be children there, so she wasn't willfully trying to get the kids liquored up. Tell it to the judge, lady.