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 scene in the cafeteria, in which the four boys are annoyed by Pip, is a cut scene from the original version of South Park: Cartman Gets an Anal Probe
(1997); as such, the animation in that individual scene is actually traditional paper cutout stop motion, while the animation throughout the rest of the episode is done with computers. 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
I'm sorry kids, but pig and elephant DNA just won't splice. Haven't you ever heard that song by Loverboy?
What song is that?
Do do do do, Pig and elephant DNA just won't splice!
References 2001: A Space Odyssey
Written by Trey Parker
Performed by Isaac Hayes
and Trey Parker See more