Frylock and Meatwad discover a mummy under their house. The mummy is almost immobile, but he still can speak. Carl, unfazed by the mummy discovery, explains that the house's previous tenants had strange ways. The mummy makes very difficult demands, but Frylock, wary of the possibility of a mummy's curse, tries to satisfy each and every one.
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Did You Know?
[reading "Mummies for Dummies"
The curse of the mummy is actually just a figure of speech. Vomiting locusts for a thousand years is just an old wives' tale. The real curse of the mummy is that he is completely socially inept, devoid of all manners, gold-digging, manipulative, and a selfish brat. Don't ever wake him unless you have a lot of time and money on your hands. Thank you for buying "Mummies for Dummies."