List of Alvin and the Chipmunks (2015 TV series) episodes

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Alvin and the Chipmunks (stylized as ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks) is a 2015 American animated television series featuring The Chipmunks, produced by Bagdasarian Productions in association with Technicolor Animation Productions. It is an update to the 1983 animated show of the same name. So far, there are two seasons that have aired, with a third season currently airing and a fourth season already in development.[1]

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 26 August 3, 2015 (2015-08-03) March 8, 2016 (2016-03-08)
2 26 March 9, 2016 (2016-03-09) June 3, 2017 (2017-06-03)
3 26 June 10, 2017 (2017-06-10) TBA

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2015–16)[edit]

No. in
overall
No. in
season
Title Written by French air date U.S. air date[2] Production
code[2]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1a 1a "Talking Teddy" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian March 30, 2015 (2015-03-30) August 3, 2015 101 2.27[3]

Theodore's Talking Teddy bear is driving Alvin and Simon crazy, so Simon programs it to obey to a keyboard he conceived. However, it devolves into a proxy war between Alvin and Simon when Alvin starts using the bear to abuse Theodore. In the end, Simon teaches a lesson to Alvin and convinces Theodore to part with the teddy bear, but Theodore just buys another Talking Teddy bear instead.

Original song: "Under Your Spell"
1b 1b "Principal Interest" Janice Karman March 31, 2015 (2015-03-31) August 3, 2015 101 2.27[3]

The Chipmunks' new year at school starts, and Alvin immediately develops a crush on the new principal. However, to get past the principal's assistant, who is none other than Brittany, Alvin misbehaves on purpose and throws his classes into chaos to get summoned to her office. Tired of his attentions, the principal suspends him, but once home Alvin drives David crazy, who then meets with the principal to beg her to take Alvin back. Alvin sneaks in, believing they're going on a date, only to discover that the principal is already married to another man.

Original song: "Ooh Girl"
2a 2a "A Is for Alien" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian April 1, 2015 (2015-04-01) August 4, 2015 102 2.20[4]

After Alvin spots Brittany having a suspicious behaviour and various weird occurrences in the school's basement, Alvin starts to believe aliens have taken over the place. Managing to transmit his paranoia to Simon, circumstances lead them to believe Theodore was abducted by the aliens. They go to the school at night in special gear designed by Simon to rescue Theodore, but ultimately in the end uncover the truth: the school is simply being used as a movie set for a science fiction movie.

Original song: "Gonna Get You"
2b 2b "Jeanette Enchanted" Janice Karman & Vanessa Bagdasarian April 2, 2015 (2015-04-02) August 4, 2015 102 2.20[4]

Jeanette refuses to celebrate her birthday, as when she was younger she believed magic to be real and has grown disenchanted with life since discovering it wasn't the case. To cheer her up, the Chipmunks make her believe that they offered her a magic wand, but things get out of hand and Alvin ultimately tells her that it isn't real. However, touched by her friends' efforts, she now considers that they are what makes her life magical.

Original song: "It's a Magical World"
3a 3a "Sister Act" Peter Saisselin April 3, 2015 (2015-04-03) August 5, 2015 103 2.09[5]

Eleanor has a fallout with Brittany and moves in with Alvin and the boys. Initially, only Alvin is hostile to the girl's invasion, but when Jeanette arrives too for the same reason, the Chipmunks decide to move in with Brittany and freak her out until she agrees to talk to her sisters, who all apologize to each other. As they are about to leave David and the boys' house, however, Alvin asks what the dispute was about, and the bickering starts anew...

Original song: "Can't Live with 'Em"
3b 3b "Lil' T" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian May 4, 2015 (2015-05-04) August 5, 2015 103 2.09[5]

As he doesn't manage to convince Alvin to listen to his new rap song, Theodore uploads it on the Web and it goes viral. Soon, he's signed for a solo career under the name Lil' T. However, Alvin and the others miss him, so they go find him and apologize just as he's about to go on tour with his new rapper friend Biggy Large. Once back home, they all perform and record one of Theodore's compositions with the Chipettes.

Original song: "Ice Cream Dreams"
4a 4a "What a Gem" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian April 6, 2015 (2015-04-06) August 6, 2015 104 2.16[6]

Alvin's imagination runs wild again and he starts believing his neighbor, the elderly Miss.Croner, to be a jewel thief. Because of his broken leg, he has to resort to complicated tricks to investigate (including manipulating his brothers) but they ultimately discover that she's cheating to win a gardening competition. The next day Alvin goes to Miss.Croner's house and he gives her a rose bush to show that he's sorry for accusing her of being a jewel theif and found a gem that actually belonged to her mother's wedding ring.To make it up to her, the Seville family takes Miss.Croner out and Alvin offers her the money from the skateboarding competition he wins at the end of the episode.

Original song: "Running All Night"
4b 4b "Family Spirit" Thomas Forwood October 14, 2015 (2015-10-14) August 6, 2015 104 2.16[6]

Both Alvin and Dave want to go see a soccer game the next Saturday, but that same day is their "Family Day", which commemorates the meeting of Dave with the Chipmunks, so they both pretend they'd rather go to their Family Day trip instead. However, Alvin's soccer fever gets the best of him and he tries various plans not to attend the trip. In the end, Alvin confesses his actions to Dave, who reveals he actually wants to go see the game too, so the whole family decides to postpone the trip.

Original song: "Save Me"
5a 5a "The App" Peter Saisselin May 6, 2015 (2015-05-06) August 7, 2015 105 1.89[7]

Dave buys a robot, Harmony, to help him manage the boys, whose constant watching quickly drives Alvin into depression. After a misguided manipulation by Alvin in an attempt to deactivate it, Harmony locks Dave, Simon and Theodore at home and humiliates Alvin before his friends treating him like a baby, which leads Dave to send Harmony back to the factory on the condition that Alvin behaves better.

Original song: "Someone's Watching"
5b 5b "Don Juan Theodoro" David Sauerwein September 3, 2015 (2015-09-03) August 7, 2015 105 1.89[7]

After a misunderstanding, the Chipmunks and Chipettes believe that Theodore has a crush on a girl and give him advices to ask her out. As he's clueless about their behaviour, Theodore plays along but it ends in disaster. It's ultimately revealed that Theodore only wanted to ask the girl to be his partner for the cooking fair and that his cooking partner has a crush on Simon.

Original song: "You Gotta Be Cool"
6a 6a "Albrittina" Peter Saisselin May 5, 2015 (2015-05-05) August 10, 2015 106 2.17[8]

After a personality test, Alvin and Brittany discover they're soulmates. They're both so terrified by this prospect that they try radically opposite personalities to ensure it'll never happen, but their new selves creep everyone out. Dave, the Chipmunks and Chipettes decide to sell the now useless former belongings of their siblings to make them miss their old personalities, which works perfectly and leads Alvin and Brittany to revert back to normal.

Original song: "All for You"
6b 6b "Simon for President" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian May 8, 2015 (2015-05-08) August 10, 2015 106 2.17[8]

To get rid of the corrupt class president, Bocarter Humphrey, Simon runs for the next class president election. However, he soon has to cope with the concurrent candidacy of Alvin. After the campaign devolves into a petty war and an unauthorized pool party thrown by Alvin at the Seville home, Dave forces Alvin to resign and he confesses to Simon that Bocarter asked him to run too so he would take votes away from his brother in exchange for favours. With Alvin's support, Simon ultimately wins the election.

Original song: "Chipmunk in Charge"
7a 7a "To Serve and Protect" Janice Karman October 13, 2015 (2015-10-13) August 11, 2015 107 2.16[9]

Simon becomes the school's safety supervisor, and also gets to pick the location for the next family vacation: he chooses the Smithsonian. Alvin, desperate to escape the trip, starts misbehaving at school, hoping Simon will either give him a citation or let him choose the vacation location, as Dave threatens to cancel the trip if one of them gets into trouble. Unable to make a choice, Simon resigns from his position, which leads to Alvin feeling guilty and talking to both the principal and Dave to fix everything. In the end, Alvin is grounded and dosen't get to go on the trip while Simon gets his position back and goes to the Smithsonian and has his teacher Miss.Smith babysit him while his family is on vacation.

Original song: "Fools Beware"
7b 7b "Kickin' It Old School" Janice Karman October 12, 2015 (2015-10-12) August 11, 2015 107 2.16[9]

Willing to teach the Chipmunks how to live without technology, Dave takes them on a camping trip, only to discover that the once-thrieving vacation spot is now in decay. After initial difficult moments, they actually start enjoying their solitude and the nature, and once back home, although quickly regaining their habits, the Chipmunks now like to camp in the garden with only their sleeping bags and their imagination.

Original song: "Vacationing"
8a 8a "Clowning Around" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian April 2, 2015 (2015-04-02) August 12, 2015 108 2.33[10]

Theodore has an audition to play the monster part in the school's play, so Alvin wants to teach him fear. However, when he disguises as Theodore's biggest fear clowns, his brother gets frozen in fear. After Alvin and Simon try several tricks to cure him, which all end in failure, they're forced to bring him to the audition where his empty stare scares the casting director who hires him on the spot. Theodore ultimately snaps out of it when crossing a clown's path on the street.

Original song: "Awesometown!"
8b 8b "Bully for You" Janice Karman April 6, 2015 (2015-04-06) August 12, 2015 108 2.33[10]

Simon is being bullied at school, so he creates a bodyguard robot to scare the bullies. This works, but when Simon spots the bullies picking on other students, he forces them to read a pamphlet on bullying; however they get so fed up that they destroy his actually inoffensive robot and start picking on him again. His friends and the other students ultimately make an united stand which leads to the bullies giving up on their habit.

Original song: "Born a Lion"
9a 9a "My Sister the Weirdo" Janice Karman August 31, 2015 (2015-08-31) August 13, 2015 109 2.07[11]

Jeanette asks for Alvin's help to overcome her shyness, but his misguided advice lead her to act very weirdly at school. Brittany, who wants to throw a party at home but is embarrassed by her sister's behaviour, makes everyone believe she's just deranged and humiliates her by saying she won't be invited to her party in front of the class. During the party, however, Brittany feels guilty and apologizes to Jeanette, who overcomes her shyness to throw a toast to her.

Original song: "Still Standing"
9b 9b "Turf War" Peter Saisselin September 2, 2015 (2015-09-02) August 13, 2015 109 2.07[11]

To buy a video game, Alvin tries to get a babysitting job to raise money. However, as he's unable to get one, he steals Brittany's own babysitting job, as she's working too to get a new pair of shoes. Alvin proves incompetent for the job and also has to deal with Brittany seeking revenge, while the kid gets unruly. In the end, Brittany gets the kid to calm down and he agrees not to tell his parents about Alvin's poor performance if he buys Brittany's shoes with the money he earned for taking care of him.

Original song: "With My Eyes Closed"
10a 10a "Good Luck Mr. Whiskers" Michael Bagdasarian May 1, 2015 (2015-05-01) August 14, 2015 110 1.90[12]

One of Miss.Croner's cats has gone missing. The Chipmunks are initially dismissive of the problem, so Miss Croner tells them that the cat must be found or else the neighborhood will be cursed. After a series of coincidental bad luck events, they start believing in the curse and go searching for the cat, but fail. Ultimately, they find out the cat hid in the Chipettes' treehouse to give birth to kittens away from Miss Croner's crowd of cats.

Original song: "My Luck"
10b 10b "Who's Your Daddy" Janice Karman March 30, 2015 (2015-03-30) August 14, 2015 110 1.90[11]

Dave gets very sick, and as such is bedridden. Alvin makes a bet with Simon that he can take care of the family until Dave gets better; things quickly turn for the worse. Realizing that he's going to lose the bet, Alvin makes huge efforts to fix things up and succeeds for the most part, but still has to enlist Dave's help when he finally gets better, thus making Simon the winner no matter what.

Original song: "Be a Boss"
11a 11a "Mystic Mountain" Michael Bagdasarian March 31, 2015 (2015-03-31) August 17, 2015 111 1.90[13]

Dave gets addicted to an MMORPG popular within the neighborhood, playing dirty and forgetting his work (composing a film score) in the process. The Chipmunks and Chipettes therefore have to defend the house from a real-life attack by the players and ultimately convince Dave to stop playing to resume his work on the film score with their help.

Original song: "Fists of Shining Gold"
11b 11b "Candy Confessions" Janice Karman April 1, 2015 (2015-04-01) August 18, 2015 111 2.05[14]

Alvin wants to buy a limited series skateboard but is grounded, so he asks Theodore to go buy it for him. However, Theodore gets to the shop too late, and uses the money to buy a coupon for candies instead. Back home, he lies to his brothers, claiming he was robbed, but the Chipmunks and Chipettes go on search for the thief and catch the boy who bought the skateboard before Theodore. Feeling guilty, Theodore confesses the truth, and while upset, Alvin ultimately forgives him.

Original song: "Ridin'"
12a 12a "Mojo Missing" Peter Saisselin September 7, 2015 (2015-09-07) August 19, 2015 112 1.86[15]

In a moment of generosity, Alvin offers his hat to a fan. However, he soon starts losing his singing and physical skills and believes his "mojo" has left him with his hat. He then tries to get it back but fails every time. The Chipmunks and Chipettes ultimately give him another hat while letting him believe it is his old one, and Alvin gets his mojo back. When Alvin discovers the trick, Simon tries to tell him it's all in his head but Alvin misses the point and starts believing he can infuse things touching his head with his mojo.

Original song: "Where Did It Go?"
12b 12b "Who's the Animal" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian August 31, 2015 (2015-08-31) August 20, 2015 112 2.27[16]

Alvin is temporarily voiceless. The next day, the Chipmunks go to the zoo disguised as animals, and Alvin gets accidentally in a cage while letting free a baby Tasmanian devil due for appendix surgery in the evening. Since he himself is disguised as a Tasmanian devil and is trapped in his costume because he can't reach the zipper, the zoo personnel mistake him for the baby. Fortunately, Simon, Theodore and Dave, who took the real baby with them believing it was Alvin, realize its true nature and bring it back, saving both Alvin and the baby's life (whose condition was worsening) in the process.

Original song: "Got to Be Free"
13a 13a "Slippin' Thru My Fingers" Janice Karman March 30, 2015 (2015-03-30) August 21, 2015 113 1.80[17]

Dave is overparenting the Chipmunks, who try to find him a girlfriend to get some space. One of their picks, Dave's friend Julie, deciphers the boys' intentions and informs Dave of his reputation as a smother mother. Startled by the revelation, Dave starts going out every night so the boys can have the space they're craving for, but they now feel abandoned and ultimately, they all talk together to try and find a good balance.

Original song: "Kiss Those Days Goodbye"
13b 13b "Driving Dave Crazy" Janice Karman May 7, 2015 (2015-05-07) August 31, 2015 113 1.64[18]

Dave tries to write a hit for the next music festival, but is annoyed by the Chipmunks and Chipettes fighting and making a mess in the Chipmunks' room. To get some peace, Dave asks them to clean the room, but as they are unable to cooperate they just destroy everything, including a machine Simon was working on and Dave's song in the process. All feeling very guilty, they clean everything up while discovering that Simon's destroyed machine has recorded all the sounds in the house and mixed them, resulting in a catchy song which saves Dave when the boys and girls cooperate and manage to bring it to the DJ in time for the festival.

Original song: "Doin' Alright"
14a 14a "Safety Third" Janice Karman September 1, 2015 (2015-09-01) September 1, 2015 114 1.81[19]

As Dave refuses to buy a reportedly dangerous toy car for Alvin, the latter hijacks Simon's mechanics project for school so he builds him a replica of the car. Once finished, Alvin steals it but he quickly ends up destroying it because of his irresponsible driving. Thankfully, Simon's teacher gives him another chance, but to his horror Alvin tries again to talk him into building another dangerous vehicle, revealing he learned nothing from the experience.

Original song: "Drivin' Me Wild"
14b 14b "Mister Manners" Peter Saisselin September 3, 2015 (2015-09-03) September 2, 2015 114 1.63[20]

Alvin and Brittany both compete in a contest to meet an English princess. A few days later, the princess's servant meets them to inform them that Alvin won, but barely. Alvin and Brittany then have to pass a good manners test, culminating with a date together, to determine who is the actual winner. During the date, Brittany makes Alvin's life a living nightmare, which leads him to lose his temper and screw up. Feeling guilty, Brittany talks to the princess's servant and Alvin gets to meet the princess. However, it's revealed that he can bring a guest, so Brittany starts acting nice to him hoping he'll still pick her to go meet the princess...

Original song: "Ring a Ding", "Mister Manners"
15a 15a "The Tree House" Janice Karman September 4, 2015 (2015-09-04) September 3, 2015 115 1.91[21]

The Chipettes reminisce how they came to live in their treehouse: some time before, they lived at the Seville home with the Chipmunks, but played all the time in the neighbor's tree. However, the neighbor tried to poison it to have it chopped down, but Jeanette, who loved the tree, started living in it so a local law would have it protected because of the tree constituting an habitat. After some conflict, the neighbor just gave up and moved out of town, while the Chipettes moved in the tree permanently.

Original song: "I Belong"
15b 15b "Saving Simon" Peter Saisselin September 2, 2015 (2015-09-02) September 4, 2015 115 1.49[22]

The Chipmunks and Chipettes believe Simon is leaving permanently for a science institute, so they devise a plan to stop him from leaving: stealing his clothes, hiding his communication devices and sabotaging Dave's car, before locking Simon up in his closet to allow Alvin to take his place and ruin his interview with the science institute's envoy. Everything goes according to plan, but it's revealed that Simon was just leaving for a summer camp, so everyone ends up having to apologize to him.

Original song: "Not Letting You Go"
16a 16a "Back to School" Janice Karman September 4, 2015 (2015-09-04) September 8, 2015 116 1.56[23]

It's discovered that Dave failed his math test and didn't graduate from high school, so he has to go back to school with the Chipmunks and Chippettes to take math lessons. However, lacking interest, he starts misbehaving with Alvin, until Simon and Theodore get fed up with it and give him lessons, leading him to improve and devising a strategy to help Alvin improve as well. With his good results, Dave takes the final exam and passes, finally becoming a graduate.

Original song: "Get Me Outta Here"
16b 16b "Bromance" Janice Karman September 1, 2015 (2015-09-01) September 9, 2015 116 1.94[24]

Simon becomes friends with a new student, Jamie, with whom he shares interests. However, when Jamie realizes the popular kid in their family is Alvin, he ditches Simon to hang out with Alvin. Simon is upset but Alvin is not really digging Jamie either; besides, Jamie soon realizes he doesn't have much fun around Alvin so he just ditches the Chipmunks entirely. In the end, Alvin tells Simon that Jamie is hypocritical and it's his loss if he doesn't realize how cool Simon is.

Original song: "You Are the One"
17a 17a "A Room of One's Own" Fabrice Ziolkowski September 7, 2015 (2015-09-07) September 10, 2015 117 1.94[25]

After another dispute with Simon, Alvin convinces Dave to give him his own room after a test of maturity which he successfully passes. Alvin then moves to the only spare room in the house - the basement. However, the Chipettes soon realize the Chipmunks are unhappy and miss each other, so Brittany hints at Alvin that if he reverts back to immaturity, Dave will probably move him back to their common room. Alvin applies the plan immediately and is happy to get back with his brothers, and although they do sort of apologize to each other, the disputes soon resume.

Original song: "Nothing Without Me"
17b 17b "Carts and Crafts" Reid Harrison October 16, 2015 (2015-10-16) September 11, 2015 117 2.09[26]

Alvin leaves Theodore's bike in the rain, so it gets rusty and soon disintegrates. Looking to offer Theodore a new bike, the Chipmunks participate into a competition consisting in rounding up carts left all around town and bringing them back to the supermarket. The episode then turns into a parody of Western movies with the school bully, Derek Smalls, stealing their "herd" of carts before being chased away with help from Miss.Croner. Unfortunately, it's actually revealed that they only won a bike statuette.

Original song: "Here We Go"
18a 18a "Going Green" Janice Karman October 19, 2015 (2015-10-19) November 2, 2015 118 2.09[27]

The Chipmunks and Chipettes try to reduce their carbon footprint to win an ecology contest, in which the prize is a trip to Hawaii. However, as Jeanette is very concerned with the environment, she spreads word of the contest, but the others are so obsessed with winning that they go to extreme lengths, including playing dirty, to be victorious, much to Jeanette's despair. In the end, they lose anyway, but decide to pursue their efforts, to Jeanette's satisfaction, even though they're actually only aiming to win next year's contest.

Original song: "Giants in Action"
18b 18b "Tattle Tail" Peter Saisselin October 20, 2015 (2015-10-20) November 3, 2015 118 2.08[28]

Alvin is in love with a girl named Vanessa, and to win her over he decides to babysit her pet myna bird Birdie. However, the myna proves to be a blabbermouth who annoys everyone, including Alvin who acts mean with him, so the bird starts repeating that Alvin hates him. Afraid he will say that to Vanessa, Alvin acts very nice with Birdie but fails to reach a conclusive result. Thankfully, when getting Birdie back to Vanessa, the myna repeats a compliment Alvin said earlier about her, so she accepts to go on a date with him.

Original song: "The Weekend"
19a 19a "She's Got Style" Peter Saisselin October 16, 2015 (2015-10-16) November 4, 2015 119 1.76[29]

Fashionista Marina Rodenchia launches a contest to create a hat, in which Brittany and Jeanette (temporarily a fashion icon by pure chance) enlist; but their rivalry turns bitter. When Jeanette presents her creation, a hat made out of recycled material, the others are embarrassed by the disastrous result. They ultimately manage to convince Brittany that family is more important than the contest, so she saves her sister the public humiliation by creating another eco-friendly hat of which she shares creation credit with Jeanette.

Original song: "Run the Runway"
19b 19b "Super Heroes" Reid Harrison October 15, 2015 (2015-10-15) November 5, 2015 119 2.24[30]

Theodore wants to be a superhero, and Alvin lets him believe he himself is one to take advantage of him. Simon gets on his back, but unwilling to break Theodore's bubble, they stage a fight with a fake supervillain in which Theodore is victorious. Back home, however, Theodore wants more, so they confess the truth to him. Theodore refuses it and goes fighting crime, capturing an actual burglar by pure chance. Thankfully he still gives up on being a superhero, but not without taking revenge on Alvin for abusing him.

Original song: "Everybody Needs a Hero"
20a 20a "Kiss Conspiracy" Peter Saisselin October 15, 2015 (2015-10-15) November 6, 2015 120 2.06[31]

Simon is unable to kiss his co-star in the school play, so Alvin and he decide to secretly switch places at the crucial moment. It works, but Simon then becomes extremely popular with the girls at school, much to his chagrin; even telling the truth about what happened doesn't work. Ultimately, he chooses to ridicule himself by not being able to kiss his co-star again during the next performance, with Alvin replacing him in front of everyone. Unfortunately, once again the girls are impressed by Simon's honesty, and their chase resumes...

Original song: "He's a Heartthrob"
20b 20b "House Guests" Jean-Phillipe Robin & Peter Saisselin October 28, 2015 (2015-10-28) November 9, 2015 120 1.82[32]

Dave is worn out, so Alvin secretly decides to offer him a vacation in Hawaii by renting the house while he's away on a business trip. Unfortunately, the guests arrive a day early so Alvin, with help from the others, try to hide their presence from Dave but the encounter inevitably comes. Dave apologizes to the guests but decides not to ground Alvin when he learns of his motive. However, this changes quickly when other guests arrive, as Alvin had to rent several times to pay for the expensive trip...

Original song: "Guest of Honor"
21a 21a "Theozilla" Reid Harrison October 29, 2015 (2015-10-29) November 10, 2015 121 1.79[33]

Miss.Smith pairs Alvin and Simon for the science fair; after a random string of events Alvin comes to create a substance which, when sprayed on Theodore, turns him into a several-stories high Chipmunk. The newly-created Theozilla wreaks havoc in the city, but Alvin and Simon manage to turn him back to normal, while Miss.Smith is blamed for the disaster. However, she wakes up, revealing it was just a nightmare of hers.

Original song: "Explosion"
21b 21b "Doggone It" Reid Harrison October 30, 2015 (2015-10-30) November 12, 2015 121 1.86[34]

After the class's cell phones are confiscated, they mysteriously disappear and Alvin is framed. However, he's allowed to search for the true culprit before the end of the day, and with help from Simon and later Theodore, they discover the thief was the principal's dog who took away the phones and tried to bury them. Alvin gets them back just in time and clears his name.

Original song: "I Don't Have to Say"
22a 22a "Mutiny" Peter Saisselin November 2, 2015 (2015-11-02) November 13, 2015 122 1.59[35]

The Chipmunks and the Chipettes have a soccer game, however, they can't decide who will be the coach, as they all take turns in the role and fail. In the end, everyone gets fed up with it and quits, with only Alvin and Eleanor going to the game. However, the others get re-motivated when two guys make fun of them, and join back with Alvin and Eleanor. During the game, they all apply the methods they tried during training, and working together they crush the opponent's team.

Original song: "Champions"
22b 22b "Reality or Not" Michael Badgasarian November 3, 2015 (2015-11-03) November 16, 2015 122 1.81[36]

Alvin wants to become a reality TV star, and tries different approaches to win over the executives of a media company. Unable to find a good formula, he enlists an extremely enthusiastic Brittany on the condition she gets to be the co-star of the show, and they finally pull off a great recording. However, Simon, hostile to the whole idea, butts in and tells the executives that the recordings were made for a science study and can't be published, ultimately ruining Alvin and Brittany's projects.

Original song: "Try Try Again", "Life Ain't Easy"
23a 23a "Let Them Eat Crumbs" Janice Karman November 4, 2015 (2015-11-04) November 17, 2015 123 1.70[37]

Eleanor bakes a cake for the school bake-off, however, while she's away buying some last-minute ingredients, the others devour it. When they realize what they just did, they try to re-create the cake but when they bring their cake to the bake-off, the judges don't like it. Thankfully, Alvin retrieves one last portion of the original cake and brings it to the judges just in time; they love it so much that Eleanor wins hands down. Afterwards, the others confess the truth and Eleanor forgives them.

Original song: "Nothing Is Going to Stop Me"
23b 23b "Who Ghosts There" Marie Beardmore & Peter Saisselin November 5, 2015 (2015-11-05) November 18, 2015 123 2.09[38]

The Chipmunks and Chipettes learn that Dave wants to sell the house; they're so upset that they rig the house with special effects so potential buyers will believe it's haunted and be scared away. This works until a ghost enthusiast buys the house; the Chipmunks then have an explanation with Dave where they discover he believed they wanted to move, so they tell him they didn't. However, in the evening, the ghost enthusiast is revealed to work for a TV show, and when he finds out the house isn't actually haunted, he cancels the deal.

Original song: "We Ain't Got That"
24a 24a "Alvin's Secret Powers" Janice Karman November 6, 2015 (2015-11-06) November 19, 2015 124 1.84[39]

Once again taking advantage of Theodore's ingenuity, Alvin makes him believe he has magic powers. He notably uses this belief to boost Theodore's confidence during soccer training, which leads him to join the team. Meanwhile, Derek bullies Theodore, but he tells him that Alvin will get back at him with his powers. Alvin shows up at the arranged confrontation and manages to frighten Derek with help from Simon. From then on, Alvin and Simon try to convince Theodore that Alvin doesn't have magic powers, but it's apparently going to take time.

Original song: "Bully Bully"
24b 24b "Warbie" Janice Karman November 9, 2015 (2015-11-09) November 20, 2015 124 1.61[40]

The Chipmunks find a baby bird which has fallen from its tree, and once nursed, it just sticks to Alvin who becomes attached to it and names it "Warbie". However, with help from Simon, Alvin tries to teach Warbie how to survive on its own but the bird doesn't listen. Ultimately, Warbie hurts itself in a fit of panic and the vet takes it away. A few days later, the vet comes back and find's Warbie's nest, bringing it back to its rightful mother, and Alvin is somewhat disheartened to see the bird forget him so easily.

Original song: "Together at Heart"
25a 25a "I Will Survive" Fabrice Ziolkowski & Peter Saisselin November 10, 2015 (2015-11-10) February 15, 2016 125 2.08[41]

Alvin wants to compete in a survival show, but he injures himself during training. His competitor, Derek, makes fun of him, angering Simon who decides to compete instead. However, training demonstrates he's physically unfit. During the competition, he uses his smarts and manages to keep up with Derek, and during the final challenge, a race, Derek finds a way to cheat and win, but the show's host, who saw everything, disqualifies Derek, making Simon the winner.

Original song: "Still Burning"
25b 25b "Alvin's Got a Brand New Bag" Pauline Gentile November 11, 2015 (2015-11-11) February 15, 2016 125 2.08[41]

Brittany wins a rare expensive handbag from Marina Rodenchia, but Alvin accidentally destroys it. Brittany is so upset that Alvin promises to replace it. After trying unsuccessfully to trick Brittany, he decides to walk straight to Rodenchia's shop, hoping she will agree to give him another one; however, she will only accept to give one to him if he does a photoshoot for a line of child's clothing, to which Alvin reluctantly agrees. Rodenchia then keeps her promise and Alvin's able to make it up with Brittany.

Original song: "I Try"
26a 26a "Art for Art's Sake" Reid Harrison November 12, 2015 (2015-11-12) March 7, 2016 126 1.85[42]

Brittany has a new calling: painting. It happens that Marina Rodenchia loves her works, but only after the others (originally accidentally) trash them. However, when Rodenchia calls Brittany to give a talk at her gallery, the others try to steal her works to prevent Brittany from discovering the truth. They're caught by the police, but it doesn't matter, as Rodenchia's infatuation with Brittany's works is over.

Original song: "You Make Me Better"
26b 26b "Mancave" Peter Saisselin November 13, 2015 (2015-11-13) March 8, 2016 126 1.68[43]

When Dave starts hanging out a lot with Julie, the Chipmunks get jealous and then paranoid, believing she wants to move in, so they try to separate them. However, when they go vastly overboard, Dave has to tell them that Julie was just helping him overcome writer's block.

Original song: "I See You"

Season 2 (2016–17)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Written by French air date U.S. air date[2] Production
code[2]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
27a 1a "Dog Days" Janice Karman November 16, 2015 (2015-11-16) March 9, 2016 201 1.75[44]

The Chipmunks find a dog and decide to keep it; however, they run into trouble when they have to hide it from Dave (who believe they aren't responsible enough to have a pet) with Theodore taking the blame for the dog's damage around the house. Ultimately, they find out the dog already has an owner and Theodore regretfully brings it back to her.

Original song: "Puppy Love"
27b 1b "Dragon Dad" Peter Saisselin November 17, 2015 (2015-11-17) March 10, 2016 201 1.94[45]

Theodore is tricked into caring after a supposed dragon egg. Although initially dismissive, Alvin and Simon have to help him after Dave orders them so, as he understands it's important to Theodore. For their own reasons, but most of all to protect Theodore from the disappointment, Alvin and Simon enlist Brittany's help and try to steal the egg, only to discover it hatched offscreen, therefore proving to their amazement that the dragon egg story was true all along.

Original song: "I Promise"
28a 2a "Members Only" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Reid Harrison
November 18, 2015 (2015-11-18) March 11, 2016 202 1.67[46]

Derek bullies around again, this time a group of nerds Simon is friends with. Alvin decides to teach them to stand up for themselves, but it works too well, and the nerds turn into bullies themselves. Ultimately, Alvin, needing an annoyed Simon's help for an exam, decide to tell the nerds' mothers about their behaviour, and the mothers sanction their kids, turning them back to normal.

Original song: "We Are the Show"
28b 2b "The New Kid" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Reid Harrison
TBA May 9, 2016 202 1.64[47]

Alvin befriends a shy new student called Emil and teaches him to be cool. However, Theodore meanwhile gets persuaded Emil is a thief and a dangerous runaway student hunted by the FBI, eventually contaminating Simon with his paranoia. It turns into a conflict between Theodore and Emil, but Alvin eventually settle things down, and Theodore and Simon get persuaded they were wrong. However, when Emil leaves, supposedly to go back to his home country, FBI agents knock at the door and reveal that Theodore was right all along...

Original song: "Mystery Man"
29a 3a "Simon the Superb" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian TBA May 10, 2016 203 1.48[48]

Simon's fledgling magic show doesn't attract any audiences and is mocked by Alvin, and things soon get worse when Alvin finds a book of magic tricks before setting up his own show, which quickly builds success thanks to his showmanship. Upset, Simon challenges Alvin in front of everyone to a magic duel, and humiliates him. Alvin is amazed but Simon tells him he set up the whole situation with help from friends, even writing the book Alvin found, just to get back at him and simultaneously build an audience.

Original song: "Sweet Dreams"
29b 3b "The Sub" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Peter Saisselin
TBA May 11, 2016 203 1.65[49]

Alvin needs money, so he becomes substitute music teacher for Miss Smith. However, he proves to be a poor teacher, and quickly gives up to just have fun with his students. When the time to perform in front of an audience comes, however, he panics but manages to reach a deal with the students so they accept to learn a bit. The performance proves to be pretty poor, but the Chipmunks' and Chipettes' vocals make up for it somewhat and Alvin keeps his job.

Original song: "Let's Go Party"
30a 4a "Lights Camera Uh-Oh" Michael Bagdasarian TBA May 12, 2016 204 1.59[50]

Jeanette wants to shoot an existential student film for a contest with Dave as the lead, but the others' different conceptions about what the film should be about and Dave's clumsiness in front of the camera ruin it. Eventually, the others try to hastily assemble a film for her, but she informs them that she just made a documentary about an ant instead. Although her film comes last in the contest, Jeanette already starts working on a new one.

Original song: "Superstars"
30b 4b "Wax Dave" Janice Karman TBA May 13, 2016 204 1.60[51]

The Chipmunks notice that Dave leaves often for business lately, so they follow him, and to their horror they discover a wax figure of him, believing it's Dave himself turned into wax because of a horror movie they watched. They abduct the figure to bring it to a doctor, but after damaging it they eventually discover the truth. Back home, Dave reveals that wax statues of the four of them are to be inducted into the Madame Tussauds museum, although his own statue will have to be remade after being damaged by unknown individuals...

Original song: "Rock N Roll Lover"
31a 5a "Brittany the Body Snatcher" Janice Karman TBA June 6, 2016 205 1.35[52]

After eavesdropping on Alvin complimenting her, Brittany falls in love with him. However, her drastically altered behaviour creeps him out, and because of one of his nerd classmates, he believes her to be taken over by a body snatcher. Soon, when he catches a glimpse of Brittany talking about her feelings to Dave, he believes him to be taken over too. After a few shenanigans, he tells Brittany directly about his belief, and she finds his immaturity so appalling that her feelings are crushed right away.

Original song: "You're Creeping Me Out"
31b 5b "Agent Smith" Peter Saisselin TBA June 7, 2016 205 1.42[53]

Simon wants to join the school newspaper, but doesn't have a great story to submit. Alvin and Theodore lead him to investigate Miss Smith, whom they believe is a secret agent, but his investigation proves otherwise. Therefore, Alvin and Theodore manage to enlist Miss Smith and some friends of her to enact a secret mission, unbeknownst to Simon, so he gets material for a story. Thanks to them, Simon becomes the newspaper's editor.

Original song: "She's Gettin' Closer"
32a 6a "Baby Whisperer" Janice Karman TBA June 8, 2016 206 1.40[54]

Alvin falls in love with a new girl called Mary-Anne; since she likes babies, he dresses Theodore up as one and lets him hang out with her twin little brothers to woo her. However, the two kids are mean to Theodore. Besides, Alvin soon has to babysit them, with poor Theodore having to play both his own role and that of the baby after a quid pro quo; the situation quickly gets out of hand and Mary-Anne ultimately leaves infuriated with her brothers.

Original song: "I'm Coming Home"
32b 6b "Let's Make a Deal" Reid Harrison TBA June 9, 2016 206 1.17[55]

Alvin wishes to build a plane out of toothpicks for Dave to replace the one he had as a child, but for that he needs Theodore to clean the basement in his stead. However, Theodore wants tickets to a Talking Teddy show in exchange, and then things start to get increasingly complex with Alvin soon finding himself caught in a chain of services to give to various main and secondary characters. In the end, he manages to get his toothpicks, although he forgets Simon's service along the way.

Original song: "Lend Me a Hand"
33a 7a "Munk Man" Janice Karman TBA June 10, 2016 207 1.19[56]

Simon enters a contest to create a superhero character, the winner of which will see his creation turned into a toy. However, Alvin forces himself as Simon's sidekick, and Simon creates a lame costume for him so he won't steal the spotlight again. Not only does Alvin still manage to do so, but Simon discovers that the toy creator only created the contest to steal ideas easily. Alvin and Simon manage to capture him, and a forgiving Alvin lets Simon get the credit for the arrest.

Original song: "Munk Man"
33b 7b "Ride Along" Michael Bagdasarian TBA August 1, 2016 207 1.74[57]

Someone is stealing all the bicycles on the eve of a bicycle race. After Alvin's bike is gone, he forces himself as the partner of the local policeman, Officer Dangus, and they manage with help from Simon to catch the culprit - Bocarter Humphrey. However, thanks to his father's wealth, Bocarter is soon out, but Alvin gets a new bike thanks to Dangus and Alvin and Bocarter enter the race. Although Bocarter tries to cheat, Alvin ultimately wins.

Original song: "Ride with Me"
34a 8a "Alvin's Wild Weekend" Janice Karman TBA August 2, 2016 208 1.83[58]

Feeling left out, Alvin manages to convince Dave to spend a weekend with him doing whatever he wants if he does all his chores for a month. Unfortunately for Dave, Alvin pulls it off and soon they're off doing dangerous activities. After some circumstances, they end up in jail and Dave tells Alvin he had the worst weekend of his life. However, he soon regrets his words and apologizes to Alvin, who misinterprets it as an encouragement to go on further dangerous activities together.

Original song: "My Way"
34b 8b "For Whom the Bell Tolls" Bart Coughlin TBA August 3, 2016 208 1.54[59]

Simon is inadvertently hypnotized so his IQ drops whenever he hears a bell. The next day, he participates in a knowledge contest, but the bell sound emitted by the buzzers turn him into an idiot every other round. Midway through, Alvin figures everything out and hacks the computer for the contest so the buzzers emit other sounds, and Simon wins. The next day, the hypnotist comes back and turns Simon back to normal.

Original song: "Something's Coming Over You"
35a 9a "iHear" Peter Saisselin TBA August 4, 2016 209 1.53[60]

After Alvin's phone is confiscated, he manages to convince Simon to lend him an experimental nanophone Simon invented to replace it. However, the nanophone is soon damaged and it develops the ability to listen to everyone else's phone calls. Alvin then starts telling everyone the info he gathers, and Brittany and Simon decide to strike back at him by tricking him into believing his head will explode if he keeps using the nanophone. In a fit of panic, Alvin destroys it and doesn't even want to get his original phone back when the punishment is lifted.

Original song: "Are You Listening?"
35b 9b "Switch Witch" Reid Harrison TBA August 8, 2016 209 1.66[61]

The day after Halloween, the Chipmunks' and Chipettes' candy harvest is stolen. They get convinced that a creature called the "Switch Witch" took them, and after some investigations, they think Miss Croner is the witch. They follow her to a cabin in the woods, where it is revealed that it was a setup by Dave and Miss Croner to make their Halloween funnier.

Original song: "Come Out Come Out"
36a 10a "Double Trouble" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian TBA August 9, 2016 210 1.48[62]

Alvin breaks into Simon's hidden saferoom in their room and runs into an invention which accidentally creates a clone of himself. However, the clone proves to be ignorant and destructive and soon ruins Alvin's life. In the end, the clone creates an army of copies of himself with the invention and just as the clones are about to overrun the Chipmunks, Alvin wakes up, revealing that he was just dreaming.

Original song: "Double Trouble"
36b 10b "Liar Liar" Janice Karman TBA August 10, 2016 210 1.61[63]

Dave and Alvin help a man with a flat tire, but during this time Alvin makes up a lie that he has an older brother racing in China. This starts a chain reaction where Dave, Alvin and then the Chipmunks have to cover up for each other as the lie becomes bigger and bigger and spreads at school. In the end, Miss Smith just summons everyone at school and slams Dave for sending the wrong message to his sons.

Original song: "Everybody Lies"
37a 11a "Suck Toad" Janice Karman TBA August 11, 2016 211 1.62[64]

A parasitic toad accidentally settles on Brittany's face, and Alvin and her are charged by Miss Smith to keep it alive until the specialist arrives to take it off. However, Brittany needs to adopt a lifestyle drastically opposite to her habits, and her relationship with Alvin quickly gets conflictuous. The aggressive environment they create is harmful to the toad, and when they realize it, they decide to finally collaborate, leading to the toad's recovery and survival until the specialist arrives.

Original song: "Stuck On You"
37b 11b "Secret Admirer" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Anne Baraou & Reid Harrison
TBA August 15, 2016 211 1.43[65]

The Chipmunks and Chipettes are mistakenly led to believe one of the nerds, Kevin, has a crush on one of the Chipettes. Not knowing which one, the Chipettes all act invasive with Kevin to frighten him, while the Chipmunks, who are revealed to all have crushes on the Chipettes, look on in confusion and concern. Kevin, overwhelmed, ultimately reveals that he actually likes another girl called Pamela. Relieved, the Chipmunks and Chipettes help him by organizing a date between the two.

Original song: "I Got a Crush"
38a 12a "Un-send!" Bart Coughlin TBA August 16, 2016 212 1.40[66]

Simon writes a message to his teacher but regrets it when it accidentally gets sent by Alvin.

Original song: "Never Meant to Hurt You"
38b 12b "The Orb" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Peter Saisselin
TBA August 17, 2016 212 1.36[67]

Theodore uses Simon's new device to help him say "No".

Original song: "NO!"
39a 13a "The Music Box" Peter Saisselin TBA August 18, 2016 213 1.48[68]

Theodore takes Dave's music box out of his desk by mistake.

Original song: "What Will It Take"
39b 13b "Special Delivery" Anne Baraou & Reid Harrison TBA August 22, 2016 213 1.32[69]

Alvin and Simon must save Theodore from being mailed off somewhere else.

Original song: "Ready to Roll"
40a 14a "Missing Miss Smith" Michael Bagdasarian TBA August 23, 2016 214 1.44[70]

Alvin pushes Miss Smith too far, forcing her to quit as a result. Alvin must now find a way to bring Miss Smith back.

Original song: "Missing You"
40b 14b "Monster Madness" Bart Coughlin TBA August 24, 2016 214 1.48[71]

After footage of Alvin and Simon being scared goes viral, they try to scare The Chipettes even worse.

Original song: "Monster Madness"
41a 15a "Super Girls" Janice Karman TBA August 25, 2016 215 1.50[72]

The Chipettes decide to become superheroes, but it becomes too hard for them.

Original song: "Super Girls"
41b 15b "Held Back" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Peter Saisselin
TBA October 11, 2016 215 1.48[73]

Alvin must do a book report on the early settlers for his final exam. Otherwise, he will be held back for a year.

Original song: "Rhythm of My Heartbeat"
42a 16a "It's My Party" Michael Bagdasarian TBA October 12, 2016 216 1.32[74]

Kevin fears his birthday party is going to be lame, so Alvin decides to throw a paintball party in his house. But Eleanor wants to join with the boys, but the boys won't let her play them because no girls are allowed. At the end Theodore asks Eleanor to replace him and defeat the boys. Eleanor proves them that girls can beat boys if they want. In school, Derek asked Eleanor if she wants to be in his team, but Eleanor says she's busy.

Original song: "The Dawn Is Nigh"
42b 16b "Keeping Up With the Humphries" Bart Coughlin TBA October 13, 2016 216 1.57[75]

The boys decide to create a bigger and better computer in order to beat Bocarter at his own game.

Original song: "A Little Bit More"
43a 17a "We're The Chipmunks" Michael Bagdasarian TBA October 14, 2016 217 1.41[76]

When a hot, fab lookalike trio of performers called "The Hipmunks" soars to the top of the charts and threatens to eclipse the boys' popularity, the Chipmunks scheme to learn just what this group's angle is.

Original song: "Once Again, We're Champions"
43b 17b "Save the Dance" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Peter Saisselin
TBA November 1, 2016 217 1.34[77]

Alvin and Derek have to get along-or else the school dance will be cancelled.

Original song: "Save That Dance"
44a 18a "The Temp" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Peter Saisselin
TBA November 2, 2016 218 1.44[78]

Brittany sprains her ankle after running in the hallway and running directly into Simon. After this incident occurs, Brittany is asked to find someone to temporarily replace her as the principal's assistant. Jeanette is recommended by Brittany, and soon they are at odds with each other after Brittany discovers Jeanette's filing system is disorganized.

Original song: "Everything To Prove"
44b 18b "Parent Trap" Peter Saisselin TBA November 3, 2016 218 1.46[79]

Alvin overhears Bocarter's father is going to build his theater model for drama class for him, so he enlists Dave to help him with his model. Dave initially refuses but decides to help Alvin after Alvin sneaks into Bocarter's house and sees Bocarter's professional model. After some sneaking around from both parties, Alvin ends up building his model on his own. On the day the project is due, Alvin gets an A+ only because he was the only student in the class who built his model on his own.

Original song: "All Together"
45a 19a "Knights" Janice Karman & Michael Bagdasarian
Original Pitch by
Reid Harrison
TBA November 4, 2016 219 1.47[80]

Miss Smith asks the class to perform chivalrous acts and bring back proof of their deeds as homework for the medieval lesson. Theodore is initially very enthusiastic about it but things don't really turn out as he hoped. Meanwhile, Alvin, feeling bad for his brother, sets up a situation for Theodore to perform a chivalrous act with help from Brittany but there too, things get out of hand. In the end, Miss Smith regrets having given such homework when she checks the (overall disastrous) results.

Original song: "The Knights of Boogie"
45b 19b "Snake Charmer" Janice Karman TBA February 25, 2017 219 1.56[81]

Alvin and Simon create a fake snake to help Dave get over his fear of snakes.

Original song: "New Best Friend"
46a 20a "Blabber Mouth" Janice Karman & Peter Saisselin TBA February 25, 2017 224 1.56[82]

Alvin is convinced that Theodore cursed him so that he can never lie again and cannot help himself from blabbing the truth.

Original song: "Stop Following Me"
46b 20b "Viral" Bart Coughlin TBA March 4, 2017 220 1.56[83]

After Brittany and the girls release a video that goes viral, Alvin, Simon, and Theodore try to top it.

Original song: "Look At Me Now"
47a 21a "Brothers of Dagarack" Bart Coughlin TBA March 4, 2017 220 1.56[84]

Simon falls ill and asks Alvin and Theodore not to go see a new movie without him, but Alvin is unable to resist.

Original song: "Brother Like Me"
47b 21b "Overlooked" Catherine Guillot-Bonté & Peter Saisselin TBA March 11, 2017 221 1.64[85]

Alvin borrows Simon's invisibility suit, but gets trapped when the zipper gets stuck.

Original song: "The Joke's On You"
48a 22a "Wish Upon a Star" Catherine Guillot-Bonté TBA March 11, 2017 221 1.64[86]

After Theodore makes a wish, the Chipmunks try to learn what it was, so they can make it come true.

Original song: "Lady Luck"
48b 22b "Jeanette's Secret Garden" Michael Bagdasarian TBA March 18, 2017 222 1.48[87]

Jeanette wants to turn the vacant lot behind the school into a garden. Bocarter tries to stop her.

Original song: "There's Nothing I Can't Do"
49a 23a "Treasure Hunt" Michael Bagdasarian
Original Pitch by
Kathryn Walton Ward
TBA March 18, 2017 222 1.48[88]

Alvin finds a treasure map in Miss Croner's basement. The Chipmunks set out on a treasure hunt.

Original song: "The Wild Unknown"
49b 23b "Summer Camp" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Kathryn Walton Ward & Sylvie Barro
TBA March 25, 2017 224 1.74[89]

The Chipmunks help an owner fix up his run-down summer camp, and his broken relationship with his brother.

Original song: "Anything Is Possible"
50a 24a "He Said She Said" Bart Coughlin TBA May 1, 2017 223 1.48[90]

Alvin and Brittany deliver vastly different versions of why the fire alarm went off at school.

Original song: "I Wanna Be There"
50b 24b "Attack of the Zombies" Peter Saisselin TBA May 2, 2017 223 1.61[91]

Convinced a zombie invasion is imminent, Alvin and Theodore go all out in attempt to protect their loved ones.

Original song: "Whatcha Fightin For"
51a 25a "Wacky Wednesday" Peter Saisselin & Catherine Walton Ward TBA May 3, 2017 225 1.51[92]

When one of Simon's inventions malfunctions, Jeanette and Alvin switch bodies and have to live as each other while Simon rebuilds it.

Original song: "Call Me (Anything But Alright)"
51b 25b "The Chipmunk and the Catfish" Michael Bagdasarian TBA May 4, 2017 225 1.85[93]

Feeling bad for Cheesy on Valentine's day, Theodore makes a fake online alias and pretends to be a girl.

Original song: "Nuts About You" "Run Like The Wind"
52a 26a "Time Flies" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Kathryn Walton Ward & Sylvie Barro
TBA June 3, 2017 226 1.55[94]

Alvin and Brittany are convinced Simon has vanished back in time and go all out in attempt to bring him back.

Original song: "Time Flies"
52b 26b "Prank Calls" Michael Bagdasarian TBA June 3, 2017 226 1.55[95]

Alvin's prank call gets out of hand when the person on the other line vows to track him down.

Original song: "I'm Gonna Get Ya"

Season 3 (2017–present)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Written by French air date U.S. air date[2] Production
code[2]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
53a 1a "The Karate Kidder" Janice Karman TBA June 10, 2017 301 1.40[96]

Dave, Simon and Theodore are worried for Alvin's safety after Alvin enters a karate contest.

Original song: "The Beast Inside"
53b 1b "Playing Favorites" Janice Karman TBA June 10, 2017 301 1.40[97]

When Alvin suspects Simon is Dave's favorite, he and Theo challenge Simon to a go-cart race to win Dave's favor.

Original song: "Feels Good"
54a 2a "Back to Basics" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Pete Burns
TBA June 17, 2017 302 1.39[98]

Everyone thinks Simon has lost his mind after he fails a school test and moves into a tree for some alone time.

Original song: "If You Wanna Come Down"
54b 2b "Report Cards" Michael Bagdasarian TBA June 17, 2017 302 1.39[99]

Alvin worries about his bad report card and does everything he can to intercept the mail before Dave sees it.

Original song: "Come Around"
55a 3a "The Cat Sitter" Janice Karman TBA June 24, 2017 303 1.61[100]

Theodore is stuck taking care of Miss Croner's cats during a week that Dave wants the boys to focus only on school.

Original song: "Finish What I Started"
55b 3b "Addicted" Bart Coughlin TBA June 24, 2017 303 1.61[101]

The Chipettes challenge the Chipmunks to go for three hours without their favorite things.

Original song: "Get Busy"
56a 4a "Spoiler-Itis" Bart Coughlin TBA August 14, 2017 304 1.43[102]

When Alvin is accused of revealing spoilers for everyone's favorite TV show, he agrees not to speak for 24 hours.

Original song: "Hush, Hush"
56b 4b "Something Fishy" Barbara Weber-Boustani TBA August 15, 2017 304 1.35[103]

When Alvin and Simon think Theodore's pet goldfish has died, they go all out to replace it before he notices.

Original song: "Never Let You Down"
57a 5a "Baby Mama Drama" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Pete Burns
TBA August 16, 2017 305 1.45[104]

Alvin and Brittany learn the difficulties of parenting when they have to care for a robot baby for a school assignment.

Original song: "You're My Baby"
57b 5b "Ballet Boys" Bart Coughlin TBA August 17, 2017 305 1.35[105]

When Alvin's soccer team struggles, the coach makes the team learn ballet to help with their conditioning.

Original song: "Battle Cry"
58a 6a "Oh Brother Where Art Thou" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Lyn Woodward
TBA October 30, 2017 306 1.35[106]

When Simon goes missing and nobody seems to remember who he is, Alvin worries that he is losing his mind.

Original song: "I Wanna See You When You Wake"
58b 6b "The Wall" Michael Bagdasarian TBA November 1, 2017 306 1.37[107]

When the girls at school cast votes for the cutest chipmunk on the bathroom wall, Alvin worries about the results.

Original song: "I'm So Popular"
59a 7a "The Gift" Peter Saisselin & Amy Serafin TBA November 2, 2017 307 1.38[108]

Theodore gives Dave an ugly handmade vest for his birthday and insists he wear it to an upcoming business meeting.

Original song: "My Favorite Sweater"
59b 7b "Theo Knows Best" Janice Karman
Original Pitch by
Bart Coughlin
TBA November 3, 2017 307 1.09[109]

When Theodore finds a winning lottery ticket, everyone has their own ideas on how the money should be spent.

Original song: "I Think You're Yummy"
60a 8a "Simsky" TBA TBA TBA 308 TBD
60b 8b "Lucky Day" TBA TBA TBA 308 TBD
61a 9a "Curiosity Killed the Alvin" TBA TBA TBA 309 TBD
61b 9b "House Pest" TBA TBA TBA 309 TBD

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