Chris: A little Chinese lesson, for you. Manman chi means "enjoy your meal."
Everyone (except Courtney and Sierra): Manman chi. It's no raw deal.
Cody: Is it roasted eel?
Chris: Manman chi means "bon appétit."
Alejandro, Blaineley, Duncan and Heather: Manman chi. What do we have to eat?
Heather: It's still moving its feet!
Chris: Manman chi. It's dinner for four.
Alejandro, Blaineley and Duncan: Manman chi. We've got room for more.
Duncan: I think I'm nearly done for.
Chris: Manman chi. Don't get the squirts.
Alejandro and Blaineley: Manman chi. We'd rather eat our shirts!
Heather: Wait, stop!
Alejandro and Blaineley: Manman chi. (off-key) Manman chi-i-i.
Chris: They love to eat on The Yangtze. Manman chi. Manman... Huh?
Alejandro and Blaineley: (both gag and vomit)
Sierra: Cody's in first class with me and my Love-me tea!
- This is the only song to be started by Chris and be sung mainly with him.
- This is the second song to have parts sung in a language other than English, in this case, Chinese. The first one being Paris in the Springtime.
- Manman chi in Chinese (written as 慢慢 吃; Màn man chī) literally translates to "eat slowly," and is a polite way of saying "enjoy your meal."
- Chi is not pronounced chee; in Chinese, the word "chi" is pronounced with more of a tser.
- Manman is not pronounced like the word "man" twice; in Chinese, it is more similar to munmun.
- This is the only song that is sung in parts, as it is interrupted in between verses by dialogue.
- Each contestant that sings or says the last solo lyric of a stanza is eliminated in that round of the challenge.
- Albeit in a different way, this includes the last round as well; Sierra doesn't sing until after Alejandro and Blaineley are eliminated.
- During the song, all of the contestants are barefoot, except for Cody and Duncan.
- The final three in this challenge are ironically the three Total Drama World Tour newcomers.
- This is the second consecutive, and final song that both Blaineley and Chris sing in. The first being Blainerific.
- This is the second and final song to be interrupted by someone else. The first is Lovin' Time.
- This is the fifth and final song in which Sierra mentions her love for Cody. The others are Before We Die, Gypsy Rap, Paris in the Springtime, and Changing Guard Mix.
- This is one of the eleven songs that features a challenge in it. The others are Rowin' Time, Paris in the Springtime, Sea Shanty Mix, Changing Guard Mix, Greek Mix, Shear the Sheep, Condor, I'm Winning This, I'm Gonna Make It, and Versus.
- This is the fifth song that Courtney does not sing in, excluding Aftermath songs. The others are Gypsy Rap, Paris in the Springtime, Oh My Izzy, and Greek Mix.
- The Yangtze River is referred to in the song, which is the longest river of China.
- Sierra sings her final line in Chinese opera style.
- Chris wears a traditional Chinese opera costume with makeup.
- During the second stanza, Duncan's mouth is not synced with the audio.
- During the song Heather repulsively states the mealworm is still moving its feet, despite the fact that mealworms do not have feet. Only the adult form, the mealworm beetle, has feet.
- In the first stanza, Heather's eyes are black instead of their normal gray color.
- The Cartoon Network downloadable version of the song omits the first stanza.
|Total Drama World Tour songs|
|Pre-merge||Come Fly With Us | Lovin' Time | Rowin' Time | Before We Die | Stuck to a Pole | What's Not To Love | Baby | I'm Sorry | Eine Kleine | Gypsy Rap | Paris in the Springtime | Sea Shanty Mix | Oh My Izzy | Save This Show | Sisters | Changing Guard Mix | Greek Mix | Boyfriend Kisser | Shear the Sheep | We Built Gwen's Face | Her Real Name Isn't Blaineley|
|Post-merge||Blainerific | A Chinese Lesson | Wake Up | Condor | This Is How We Will End It | Who You Gonna Root For? | I'm Winning This | I'm Gonna Make It | Versus|