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Mummies Alive!

Season 1 Episode 2

Sleep Walk Like an Egyptian

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Aired Unknown Sep 16, 1997 on
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Sleep Walk Like an Egyptian
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Scarab's mysterious scorpion puts Presley into a dreamlike state. In the dream Presley sees the queen, Scarab and the mummies as they once were.

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  • Neat.

    8.0
    The Sphinx, which is now the hiding place for the Mummies, is being torn down by. Presley and the Mummies, along with some other misc. people, protest to keep it up. During the confusion, Presley was struck by a scorpion set out by Scarab. This caused him to relive the final moments of his life during the Pharaoh's son several thousands of years ago. And in his flashbacks, he got to see the role his Mummy guardians played back then. Though this was all just a ploy for Scarab to get a hold of Rapses. Back a thousand years ago, Scarab succeeded, but in modern times, he failed, as the Mummies overwhelmed his forces, along with the help of Presley. Presley apologizes to Jakal, for he feels it's Rapses, his fault for letting him down.



    The clueless characters are always the first thing to entertain me in these episodes. It was pretty amusing how Armon ate all four burgers with their wrappings, and later getting confused with it with his wrappings. And Rath being his usual arrogant and ignorant self, reinforcing his position as the wise know-it-all by telling his fellow mummy comrades when they want to know what something is by saying "Ummm, you wouldn't understand". The whole dream sequence thing was pretty neat, for we got to see Rapses in his past life, along with the lives of the guardian mummies. It's making me hope there'll be more episodes like these.moreless

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