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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Sitting in the library, Willow is holding a frog cuddly-toy, even though she has frog fear. See more »

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When they enter the exhibit for the Incan burial chamber, most of the sculptures are examples of Chavin art, not Incan art. See more »

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[first lines]
Buffy Summers: This is so unfair.
Willow: I don't think it's that bad.
Buffy Summers: It's the Über-suck. Mom could've at least warned me.
Xander: Well, a lot of parents are doing it this year. It's part of this whole cultural exchange magillah. The exhibit, the dance...
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.
Buffy Summers: ...
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The One With A Mummy...
8 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

I love this episode. But it's kind of creepy at the same time.

In this episode, Buffy and her classmates all go to a museum, where one of the students on the class trip, accidentally awakens an ancient mummy. She has the power to suck the life force from other people, and take it as her own, by kissing them. Making her look young and beautiful again. And you know, not all wrinkly. She poses as Buffy's foreign exchange student, so she can experience normal teenage life. Going to school, going on dates. But when she starts dating Xander, things get very bad. She doesn't want to have to take his life for herself, so she finds others instead. Meanwhile, a man is looking for the mummy, a protector. Everyone assumes he is a protector of the mummy, but it turns out, that he's the protector of people from the mummy.

Overall, I give this episode an 8 out of 10.


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