Animators Phil Lord '97 and Chris Miller '97 return to campus this Green Key weekend to present a collection of their animated films, including two segments from their MTV series "Clone High, USA." Their edgy adult cartoons, which are currently on hiatus due to an unresolved controversy over the depiction of a 16-year-old genetic clone of Mahatma Gandhi, will grace the Loew Auditorium screen tonight at 7 and 9 p.m. The crowd will get a chance to see episodes, such as "Litter Kills -- Literally," which have yet to be shown on prime time television despite the fact that Lord said that the show is "not dead forever." According to Lord, the show attracted an audience of 1.4 million, but that was not enough to prevent MTV from buckling under pressure from Indian politicians. Despite the uncertain status of their show, Lord and Miller are not worried about the future of "Clone High." They are both currently working on their own projects and have signed a two-year contract to work for 20th Century Fox.