Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 2, Episode 4

Inca Mummy Girl (6 Oct. 1997)

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A beautiful Inca princess who was buried alive in a tomb 500 years ago is brought back to life.

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While on a field trip to the local museum, one of the students breaks a ceramic seal in the coffin of an Incan mummy, who rises and must consume the life-force of others in order to remain alive. She tries to fit in with the students at Sunnydale, and even starts to have real feelings for Xander. But when Buffy, Willow, and Giles realize who and what she really is, they may have to rescue Xander before he becomes the mummy's next victim. Written by Alex

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The band name on the drum kit for Oz's band is "Dingoes ate my Baby" and the Australian flag hangs over them, a reference to the Lindy Chamberlain Creighton case in Australia. See more »

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Explaining his costume for the cultural exchange party, Xander says: "I'm from the country of Leone. It's in Italy pretending to be Montana". But all of Sergio Leone's western movies were filmed in Spain (mostly in Almeria region), pretending to be New Mexico (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly), Arizona (Once Upon a Time in the West), California, or Texas. See more »

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Buffy Summers: This is so unfair.
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Willow: I have the best costume for the dance!
Buffy Summers: A complete stranger in my house for two weeks. I'm gonna be insane! A danger to myself and others within three days, I swear.
Xander: I think the exchange student program's cool. I do! It's a beautiful melding of two cultures.
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Inca Mummy galore
16 November 2006 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

A seal on an Inca Princess is broken on a school trip causing the mummified princess to rise and try to have a normal life, but being a teenager in a whole new world isn't easy. This episode also introduces Daniel 'Oz' Osbourne (Seth Green).

This episode has a great plot with an ancient Inca Princess who in accordance with Inca beliefs was chosen to be sacrificed at a young age whom now has been released. This episode deals with the difficulties of being a teenager in an other world (culture) but does so in a abstract way (using a mummy, who has to drain life to survive). It also introduces Oz but dosn't reveal much about him.

The acting is good with Alyson Hannigan putting on the best performance. the effects is also well done.

This episode gets a 8 out of 10.


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