When the fat campers feast, the scene is a parody of the lowering of livestock into the Velociraptor pit in Jurassic Park ; the goat resembles those from the comic The Far Side. The emcee at Toot's reunion is based on Fat Albert , only he is wearing a blue shirt instead of Fat Albert's usual red. The scene appears intact on the DVD, along with an additional scene in which the other campers find Toot and Xandir having sex, and proceed to jump in the bed as well, much to Xandir's horror. Ling-Ling also does not speak in the televised version of " Alzheimer's That Ends Well ", though he does have a single line in the DVD version of the episode. In The Drawn Together Movie: In the first episode, " Hot Tub ", we see that both of his nipples are pierced. In Clara's view, the city was punished for being gay friendly. The montage of Wooldoor's memories of Live Action Cow includes a number of references to previous episodes. Thus the inconsistent religious affiliations and sexual tendencies of Captain Hero, previously demonstrated in " Little Orphan Hero " and " Super Nanny ", are elegantly blended. This is a reversal of a running gag on South Park, as Kenny was well-known for dying in just about every episode of the show's first five seasons. In the first episode , Xandir valiantly proclaims, "I'm on a never-ending quest to save my girlfriend! In " Lost in Parking Space, Part Two ", Xandir refers to Moses leading the Jews out of the desert "to the world's everlasting regret", again suggesting non-Jewish beliefs. Also, when the group is driving through Bedrock, you can see everyone's feet under the van making it move, referring to how everyone "drove" in The Flintstones. Craig is a man with whom Xandir had an extremely active sexual relationship, but which ultimately ended because Craig would not come out of the closet. He is determined to save his boyfriends and "girlfriend" from Lord Slashstab and at the same time have fun on the show. Just like the dog in Old Yeller, Live Action Cow contracts rabies protecting the group from a wild animal; finally, Wooldoor, just like Travis in Old Yeller, is forced to take her out and shoot her.