Lucy Dahl, filmmaker and daughter of beloved children's book writer Roald Dahl, joins the artists to judge their spotlight challenge, inspired by her father's work.
The artists choose, at random, the name of one of the never-before-seen monsters that feasted upon the oompa-loompas before Willy Wonka took them to his factory.
Stand back! Genius at work.
Chloe has had some wicked bad luck with her Vermicious Knid - her cowl mold didn't open cleanly, and when she tried to run it in polyfoam, it didn't cure at all.
George talks to McKenzie and Mr. Westmore about how NOT to make his Vermicious Knid look like a skinned bunny.
Chloe's putting forward something pretty different from her vision, and hoping it's good enough to keep her going.
Graham continues to work his butt off to merit the immunity granted him, and creates a Snozzwhanger that plays into the Dahl mythology so well that Lucy says it's as though Graham saw her father's imagination.
Rashaad heard the name "Whangdoodle" and figured it must be a split personality kind of monster. He made one side sweet, and one side nasty.
Graham and his Snozzwhanger find themselves in top looks.
Tyler was psyched to be working on his Whangdoodle from start to finish, and his spooky monster wins the challenge this week!
Glenn believes that Niko's guy would've been on the receiving end of any oompa-loompa violence. He's on bottom looks.
The judges recognize that Chloe hit some hard breaks this week, but they don't feel her monster was scary enough to eat an entire oompa-loompa. She heads home this week.
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