Jeanette Enchanted is an episode of the ALVINNN!!! and The Chipmunks series.
It's Jeanette's birthday but she doesn't want to celebrate it, since she no longer believes in the magic of this special day. So the Chipmunks and Chipettes join forces in order to offer her a magical, fairy-tale birthday neither she, nor they will ever forget.
The Chipmunks surprise Jeanette for her birthday, but she doesn't want to celebrate because the world is less than magical. Brittany isn't happy so she comes up with the idea to rig their treehouse with holograms and strings to give her sister magical powers. The next day, Theodore decides to extend her magical powers by giving her a hat of invisibility. Even though upset by Theodore's decision, they are forced to continue the charade once Alvin's present arrives late (an owl with an acceptance letter to Wizard School) and Jeanette casts more spells. When Theodore takes Jeanette to see her favorite movie, Simon paints the next door house, Alvin looks for the neighbor's dog, Eleanor cooks, and Brittany replaces flowers. At dinner Alvin confesses everything. Alone, Jeanette ponders their actions and thanks them for making her life magical.
- The title is a pun on the movie Ella Enchanted.
- Jeanette getting an acceptance letter to a wizard school from an owl is a reference to the Harry Potter series.
- That fact that Jeanette solely celebrates a birthday suggests that The Chipettes are not triplets.
- This episode marks Jeanette and Eleanor's first appearance in the CGI series.
- The full episode was available on Nick.com (US).
- Goof: During the song "It's A Magical World," Alvin's hair goes through his hat.
- Part of the Who Ghosts There DVD.
- ↑ Bagdasarian Production's Famous Chipmunks Make A Pitch Perfect Debut On Nick Jr. UK In New Series "Alvinnn!!! And The Chipmunks", Nickalive.com, Retrieved 2015-04-07.
- ↑ Top 100 Tuesday Cable Originals: 8.4.2015 Showbuzzdaily.com, Retrieved 2015-08-08.
- ↑ ALVINNN!!! and The Chipmunks Vol. 1, iTunes.apple.com, Retrieved 2015-10-28.
- ↑ Copyright Catalog, Cocatalog.loc.gov, Retrieved 2015-03-04.