Kyle can't keep his new elephant at home because it's too big. After learning about genetic engineering in class, however, he finds a solution to his problem: splice the genes from his elephant with Cartman's pot-bellied pig to produce miniature pet elephants. A visit with local mad scientist Dr. Mephisto convinces Kyle that splicing won't work, so with Chef's help he decides to try more traditional methods. Written by
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Did You Know?
The subplot with Stan getting beat up by his sister Shelley came from Trey Parker
's real-life experiences getting beat up as a child by his sister, also named Shelley, who is three years his elder. Parker said although his sister would later deny it, she regularly beat him up or locked him out of the house for hours; Parker stated that the scene when Stan says "You're my sister and I love you" in order to try to avoid a beating, but was subsequently beat even harder, was based on an actual experience with his sister. The scene in which Stan asks the giant mutant Stan to attack Shelley is based on Parker's childhood fantasy of having a larger version of himself beat up his sister. The resolution to the subplot, in which Shelley takes the blame for Stan's mistakes, and then beats up Stan when he tries to thank her, was also based on experiences Parker had when his sister would bail him out of trouble. See more
Mr. Garrison claims he is going to give (the clone) Stan detention for wreaking havoc across the town. Garrison is a teacher; he does not have the authority to punish Stan for actions outside of the school. See more
[Watching an elephant have sex with a pig
Now I know how all those white women must have felt.
Written by Trey Parker
Performed by Isaac Hayes
and Trey Parker See more