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I loved the series. And WHO CARES IF THE MUMMY HAS HAIR OR RIcK IS A BLOND OR WHATEVER. People who complain about such stupid stuff shouldn't be allowed to write reviews. ANd people who ADMIT to not even watching past the first episode should DEFINITELY not be allowed to write reviews. What a waste of space that review is with all the whining and complaining and she didn't even bother to watch past the first episode because of hair LOL. I mean how lame can you get. ANywho My review is the series is awesome, if you can get past all the hair issues LOL. The stories were great, it was great that they changed it to be kid friendly and its JUST A CARTOON AND FICTION AND IS NOT REAL SO WHO CARES IF THE MUMMY HAS HAIR OR NOT. NOWHERE DOES IT SAY LOOSELY BASED ON AcTUAL EVENTS OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT.
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