Episode 94: Losing a Contest You Didn’t Know You Were Playing

Happy Monday, everyone! We are in the home stretch of the movie.

In minute 94, you lose! Well…Charlie and Grandpa Joe lose. David does his interpretation of Willy Wonka’s “good day” speech, and Grandpa Joe’s response. David finds translations for Wonka’s latin, and he and Jason try and parse what it means in the context of the film, if anything. David brings some knowledge about the history of printing copying, due to Wonka’s mention of a photostatic copy of the contract. We also talk about what Grandpa Joe’s retort to Wonka reveals about himself.

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Episode 90: The Taffy Pulling Is Interesting

Happy Friday!

In minute 90, we find out that a million pieces of something take a long to put together. Grandpa Joe makes an awful (but funny) dad joke. Mike appears to be conscious during the transportation process, which leads to a discussion about the transportation process in the Star Trek universe. Mike is now so small he can fit into his mother’s purse, and Mike is unhappy about it, and trying to let his mother know it. We finish by discussing the flexibility of small children

Credit for the transcription of Mike Teevee’s dialogue: http://wonkadotcom.tripod.com/script.html

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