[S1E5] An Elephant Makes Love To A Pig
Back at school the boys are confronted in the cafeteria by Terrance, Bill and Fosse who have successfully cloned a human foot. The boys go to Chef with their genetic engineering problem, and after he too cites the Loverboy song, he gives them the idea to try to have the animals "make sweet love" to breed instead. Stan goes home and gets beaten up by Shelley once more. That evening, the boys attempt to get the pig and the elephant drunk to get them to make sweet love, but it does not seem to be working until Chef stops by and sings to the animals with a little help from Elton John, which causes many couples in town to also make love.
[S1E5] An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig
At the ranch, Dr. Mephesto shows them his genetically engineered collection, including several different animals with four pairs of buttocks, such as a monkey, ostrich and mongoose. Mephesto then explains that, just like the Loverboy song says, "pig and elephant DNA just won't splice", and steals a blood sample from Stan and the boys leave. At school the boys learn Terrance has cloned a human foot. The boys go to Chef with their genetic engineering problem, and after he too cites the Loverboy song, he gives them the idea to try to have the animals "make sweet love" to breed.
"Tonight is Right for Love", the song sung by Chef to encourage the elephant and pig to make love, is featured in the 1998 South Park soundtrack "Chef Aid: The South Park Album". In the track, rock singer Meat Loaf sings the song along with Isaac Hayes, the actor who voices Chef. 041b061a72