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World Day is an episode of the ALVINNN!!! and The Chipmunks series.


To celebrate 'World Day' and win a trip, the Chipmunks each get a country to represent for a school presentation.[2]


The class waits in line for Alvin to pick a piece of paper naming the country he'll be given an assignment on. Unhappy with the one he chose, he attempts to trade with Theodore, who picked Mexico, by claiming his country, Uzribetan, invented cotton candy. However, Simon stops the swap and everyone Alvin asks refuses to switch until Cheesy is convinced after Alvin makes up a song about how great the country is. Back home, Simon and Theodore explain to Dave how it's World Week and The Chipmunks are to embody their respective nations for a chance to win a trip to their randomly drawn country. Dave helps them shop for supplies and labors intensely to wheelbarrow loads of bricks into the house. After his ordeal, he enters inside, shocked to see the terrible mess in the kitchen and a dog in the house. Alvin, who is now pretending to be a Frenchman, creates an Eiffel Tower, French toast and French fries (with the dog, a French poodle, as part of his assignment) while Simon crafts the Great Wall of China (with the bricks Dave delivered) and spinach dumplings, and Theodore makes a model of a Mayan temple, quesadillas and tostadas. The brothers attempt to practice their presentations with Dave but they keep interrupting each other until tensions break resulting in a food fight in the living room. Despite all of their presentations being ruined, the boys decide to work together to perform a united song on the fly representing all three countries. They win the competition for best performance but are shocked to learn that Alvin's original country, a cold land full of bears, is the nation they won a trip to. Cheesy starts giving advice before they start taking a trip, causing Dave, Simon, Theodore and the Chipettes to scream "ALVINNN!"




  • Alvin's original country, Uzribetan, may be based on the Asian country of Uzbekistan.
  • The first song in this episode, "All Around the Globe," was written by AwkwardMarina.
  • Alvin claims that the proper way to pronounce "baguette" is "banquet," when in actuality, a banquet is the French word for a formal large meal or feast that often involves main courses and desserts.
  • The country flags in the background of the stage are The United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, The United Kingdom, Argentina and Spain.
  • Goof: Simon mentions French Toast is American when it actually originates back to the Roman Empire.
  • Goof: After Theodore throws the fries at Alvin, which hit Dave instead, Alvin's plate was facing where the fries can be seen. But in a few seconds later, the plate somehow turns around, showing the French Toast.
  • When this episode premiered in the US, it aired with a rerun of Between a Rope and a Hard Place.


  1. Top 150 Sunday Cable Originals: 1.19.2020,, Retrieved 2020-01-24.
  2. World Day,, Retrieved 2019-12-31.