The 'Willy Wonka' Kids Get the Counseling They Need

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You've imagined it many times over the years, perhaps while loading a coffee pod into the machine at work, or daydreaming on the subway: Would the kids from "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" be in therapy now?

If Wonka kept his word and the Oompa-Loompas managed to snag chubby chocolate hog Augustus Gloop before he reached the boiler, he'd probably be knee-deep in psychological turmoil. Thus, the hilarious boys at Cracked have concocted a scenario where Augustus, 30-years later, potentially finds piece with his inner-demons thanks to an unorthodox shrink.

After nearly drowning in Wonka's Chocolate River, the now grown-up Augustus is deathly afraid of dark sweets, and as played by Henry Zebrowski ("Michael & Michael Have Issues") has also inherited Werner Herzog's voice.

Jason Kalter of New York-based sketch group Rue Brutalia reprises the therapist role he played in their previous viral video, "'80s Kids Movies: The Tragic Epilogue." Watch poor ol' Augustus get some tough love…

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