Disney Afternoon Season (1994–1995)[edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.
|1||1||"Air Feather Friends"||Toby Shelton||Tad Stones & Brian Swenlin||September 5, 1994||1|
Three small but destructive tornadoes sweep through the marketplace of Agrabah, stealing jewels and gold and leaving behind damaged booths. The more superstitious think they are wind demons, but Aladdin thinks they are merely thieves. He is forced to prove his theory, and Abu's freedom is on the line if he can't. He discovers that Abis Mal and his henchmen are using the magic golden feathers of a baby Roc to create the tornadoes. Now it is up to Aladdin and his friends to save the day. Absent: Jasmine.
|2||2||"Bad Mood Rising"||Rob LaDuca||Jan Strnad||September 6, 1994||31|
|Aladdin, Jasmine, Abu, Iago and Genie head off on Carpet to open trade with Quirkistan, but are shocked to find Quirkistan a dreary wasteland; it turns out that the land is enchanted so that the weather and states of things are determined solely by the mood of King Mamoud, Quirkistan's spoiled child king. He's currently brooding over everyone missing his birthday party, and as a result, the whole land is doomed. So, with the prospect of a rich treasure reward, the gang tries to cheer up the king. Aladdin comes close with his risky sword-juggling act, but only Jasmine's storytelling engages Mamoud. But Jasmine will have to stay there and entertain the King forever...|
|3||3||"To Cure a Thief"||Rob LaDuca||Kevin Campbell & Brian Swenlin||September 7, 1994 (Disney Channel: April 17, 1994)||11|
|The clumsy thief Amin Damoola barely escapes within an inch of decapitation from the Sultan's treasury. As Abu is found holding the gauntlet which triggered the trap mechanisms, Aladdin rages that's one theft too many and intends to leash his (too) handy friend, who runs away, followed by ever-greedy Iago. Abu is recruited by Amin, who brings them to the guild of thieves, where his reputation is abysmal, then they set out to steal the gauntlet, which is a thief's ideal magical aid. Without each other, Abu feels as miserable, guilty and lonely as Aladdin, who sets out with the gang to get Abu back, but Amin already brought him to the palace, where no safety can stop the monkey...|
|4||4||"Do the Rat Thing"||Toby Shelton||Doug Langdale & Jan Strnad||September 8, 1994||22|
|While being bothered by a prince from a neighboring kingdom who wishes to marry her, Jasmine is further infuriated with Aladdin when he addresses her as "princess" instead of her name, and that Aladdin won't let her accompany him on the streets because she doesn't know the first thing of being a street rat. To prove him wrong, she goes on the streets with Iago. But when she steals a magic mirror, it turns her into a rat and Iago into a lizard. Now the two have to sneak into the palace to find Aladdin so they can get Genie to reverse the curse.|
|5||5||"Never Say Nefir"||Alan Zaslove||Kevin Campbell||September 9, 1994 (Disney Channel: April 24, 1994)||8|
Arriving in Getizstan, the group find it being destroyed every night by a giant, rampaging and dancing rhino, Semir the Destroyer, and rebuilt by Nefir and his imps the following day for a large price. As he investigates, Genie learns Nefir is responsible for forcing Semir to dance with magic dancing shoes. The situation only gets worse when Nefir puts the shoes on Genie's feet as well, and it is up to Aladdin to remove them. Absent: Jasmine.
|6||6||"Getting the Bugs Out"||Toby Shelton||Steve Roberts||September 12, 1994 (Disney Channel: February 6, 1994)||15|
|After they fight off a mechanical bug that was sent to Agrabah from a neighboring land, Genie and Carpet are dismayed when Aladdin is taking credit for their accomplishments. However, as this continues when they track the bug to its source, they meet their new opponent: the inventor Mechanicles, who captures the two of them, and it is up to Aladdin to take charge and fight off machines on his own.|
|7||7||"The Vapor Chase"||Toby Shelton||Steve Roberts||September 13, 1994||38|
|Abis Mal comes across some magic powder that, when burnt, creates a smoke creature willing to steal for him. He then tricks Jasmine into buying all of the powder to give to the people of Agrabah to use as fuel. Only, after stealing from the people of Agrabah, the smoke creatures combine to form the smoke monster Sootinai, who then turns against Abis Mal and starts destroying Agrabah.|
|8||8||"Garden of Evil"||Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao||September 14, 1994||48|
|Twenty years ago, a much younger Sultan stumbled upon a magnificent garden and plucked a flower to take home to his bride. This aroused the anger of the garden's master, an enchanter named Arbutus, who sees himself as an artist and creates beautiful things, but despises man for seemingly carelessly destroying his work. The only way he allows the Sultan to leave alive is the promise of the Sultan's most valuable treasure twenty years later... which turns out to be Jasmine.|
|9||9||"Much Abu About Something"||Alan Zaslove||Bruce Reid Schaefer||September 15, 1994 (Disney Channel: March 27, 1994)||21|
A lost civilization that is being menaced by a surviving Tyrannosaurus worships Abu as their great protector, but Aladdin pushes Abu out of the spotlight by continuously talking for Abu. Absent: Jasmine.
|10||10||"My Fair Aladdin"||Alan Zaslove||Steve Roberts||September 16, 1994 (Disney Channel: April 3, 1994)||18|
|Aladdin becomes more sociable when he feels left out from the royal meetings, though Jasmine disagrees with this change that Aladdin should be himself. However, when Genie is captured while investigating Mechanicles' latest scheme, it is up to Aladdin to rescue him.|
|11||11||"Some Enchanted Genie"||Toby Shelton||Brian Swenlin & Marlowe Weisman||September 19, 1994||35|
Genie falls in love with a female genie named Eden, but she is not a free genie, having a young, homeless orphan girl named Dandhi as her master. Trouble ensues when Abis Mal sets his sights on obtaining Eden, making him her new master. After Dandhi wishes Abis Mal to leave them alone, she wishes by accident that Eden would stay with her until life ends. When Genie gets shocked, Eden says that she is all Dandhi has and cannot just leave her. When Genie understands, they promise they'd wait to be together until the time Dandhi's life ends. Absent: Jasmine and Iago.
|12||12||"Web of Fear"||Bob Hathcock||Kevin Campbell & Brian Swenlin||September 20, 1994||28|
|A large section of Agrabah collapses into the underground caverns below, and the residents believe the legendary Unkhbut, a giant spider-like creature, to be responsible.|
|13||13||"Mudder's Day"||Alan Zaslove||Jan Strnad||September 21, 1994 (Disney Channel: February 13, 1994)||4|
|While traveling through the desert, the group is lured into a false oasis. It turns out to be a trap to catch food for the underground-dwelling, carnivorous mud creatures Al Muddi.|
|14||14||"Plunder the Sea"||Rob LaDuca & Toby Shelton||Steve Roberts||September 22, 1994||26|
|Aladdin and Captain Al Bahtross have to work together to solve the mystery of the kraken sinking the merchant ships. The culprit is no ordinary sea monster, but one of Mechanicles' inventions.|
|15||15||"Strike Up the Sand"||Alan Zaslove||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||September 23, 1994||14|
|After helping fellow street rat Sadira, Aladdin finds that she has fallen in love with him and quickly rejects her. However, finding books on Sand Magic, Sadira tries to use the spells to make Aladdin fall in love with her by conjuring a sand beast to kidnap Jasmine.|
|16||16||"I Never Mechanism I Didn't Like"||Rob LaDuca||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||September 26, 1994||20|
|Mechanicles, in another attempt to defeat Aladdin, tries to hypnotize all of Aladdin's friends with a valet-style automaton named "Gregarious", given to the Sultan as an apparent gift of peace, and fails to notice that Genie and Carpet (being supernatural) are not affected by his hypnotic-eyed creation.|
|17||17||"Fowl Weather"||Alan Zaslove & Saburo Hashimoto||Michael Ryan||September 27, 1994 (Disney Channel: February 20, 1994)||6|
|The group goes on a trip to a tropical rain forest in search of water. The rain forest and all the rain clouds are ruled by a bird called Thundra, who falls for Iago. While Thundra is distracted by Iago, the others steal a rain cloud to take back to Agrabah to give water to the people (though Jasmine is uncomfortable with this plan because of them using Iago to manipulate Thundra like that), only to face the wrath of Thundra once she discovers Iago's deceit.|
|18||18||"Forget Me Lots"||Alan Zaslove||Michael Ryan||September 28, 1994||16|
|Abis Mal uses a magic rose called the Rose of Forgetfulness to erase Jasmine's memory and tricks her into thinking she is his daughter, destined to take over Agrabah. However, his plan backfires when Jasmine locks him up too, and it is up to Aladdin to remind her of who she really is.|
|19||19||"Scare Necessities"||Rob LaDuca||Mark Saraceni||September 29, 1994||55|
|Jasmine receives a cute pet that, when frightened, grants the wish of whoever is frightening it (in hopes to save itself from the danger). Only, this causes it to be sought out by the greedy Iago for its unique ability.|
|20||20||"SandSwitch"||Rob LaDuca & Toby Shelton||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||September 30, 1994||27|
One night, Sadira casts a spell over all of Agrabah. The next morning, everyone's memory has been rearranged so that Sadira is the princess and Jasmine is a street rat. However, on the following morning, seeing that Jasmine's pet tiger Rajah is ready to attack her, as well as Abu and Iago's behavior, Sadira realizes the spell doesn't work on animals. Sadira magically confines Rajah with a cage, but Iago and Abu rescue him and escape the palace to find Jasmine. They eventually find the once-princess, who is a pick-pocket and in rags. Iago convinces Jasmine to come back to the palace, and she agrees after seeing Aladdin in the wedding parade with Sadira. She doesn't know why, but she feels romantically drawn to Aladdin. When Jasmine, Iago and company burst in on the wedding, and despite interference from Genie and Carpet, Jasmine is able to make it to Aladdin, and he is drawn to her as well. The two share a romantic kiss and it breaks Sadira's spell.
|21||21||"Lost and Founded"||Bob Hathcock||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||October 3, 1994||44|
Abis Mal steals a magic hourglass that acts as a time machine, and with Aladdin and his friends, he travels back to the year where Agrabah was founded and plans for his ancestor, Abnor Mal, to become the Sultan to change history. Aladdin must prevent this before it is too late. Note: In this episode, we learn that Agrabah was founded by Sheikh Hamed, the ancestor of the current ruling family.
|22||22||"Moonlight Madness"||Alan Zaslove||Mirith J. Colao||October 4, 1994||19|
|On the night of the full moon, Aladdin is caught between his promise to spend the night alone with Jasmine, and his desire to help his friends uncover a mysterious treasure. Complicating matters is a mysterious young woman and a jackal, which the group soon realizes are actually one and the same and must save an angry Jasmine from being harmed.|
|23||23||"The Flawed Couple"||Rob LaDuca||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||October 5, 1994||66|
|Mechanicles and Abis Mal meet and find they have the same common enemy: Aladdin. Luring Aladdin and his group into a trap, they plan to use Mechanicles' robotic insects with Abis Mal's magical "mood stones", which change a person's emotions to a specific emotion to throw the group into disarray to complete their revenge.|
|24||24||"Rain of Terror"||Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca||Michael Ryan||October 6, 1994||30|
While in the rain forest with Abu and Genie, Iago is given Thundra's mystical amulet that controls and manipulates the weather, and the five elements: Water, Fire, Earth, Air, and Quintessence while she takes a vacation. However, Thundra's enemy Malcho tricks Iago into giving it to him, and now the three have to give it back for Thundra's sake. Absent: Aladdin and Jasmine.
|25||25||"Dune Quixote"||Rob LaDuca||Jan Strnad||October 7, 1994||54|
|Sadira's up to her old tricks again, as she casts a spell on Aladdin, making him think he is her knight in shining armor and Abu is his loyal steed. Before she can transport them both to her fantasy kingdom, Jasmine, Genie, and Iago stop them, but when Genie messes up the spell with his magic, it causes some side effects where Aladdin still thinks he is a knight and Abu is a mule. Now everyone must recreate Sadira's fantasy in real life, and Aladdin must give Sadira true love's kiss before the spell can be broken. However, as Jasmine disagrees with the plan, she and Sadira begin to talk and make peace in their rivalry towards Aladdin's affection.|
|26||26||"The Day the Bird Stood Still"||Alan Zaslove||Kevin Campbell||October 10, 1994||39|
|Abis Mal has cursed the Sultan's bath oils with the aid of a venom from a Rock Ifrit, which will turn him to stone by sundown. However, Iago is cursed instead when he sneaks in to the Sultan's bathroom and uses the oil. When all of his friends' attempts to cure him fail, he strikes a bargain with Abis Mal: Genie's lamp in exchange for the antidote.|
|27||27||"Of Ice and Men"||Alan Zaslove||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||October 11, 1994||3|
|Aladdin and the group meet an ice ifrit named Frajhid when at the Frozen North, and bring him back to Agrabah to use his magic to bring ice and snow to excite the people of Agrabah with fun. Though satisfied at first, Aladdin and his friends realize that the cold weather is too much for the city to handle, and they must find a way to send Frajhid back to the frozen north before the situation gets too out of hand.|
|28||28||"Opposites Detract"||Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao (story)
Dev Ross & Michael Ryan
|October 12, 1994||42|
Aladdin, Genie, Iago, Abu and Carpet travel to the far eastern city of Pei Ling—but not before rescuing a young youth, Zin, who fainted in the desert. Upon arrival, they find the town destroyed. Unknown to Aladdin and the gang, Zin is forced every night by his dark-side Zang to turn into a dragon—the former city's protector—who destroys the town. Once Aladdin learns of this, it's up to him and the others to stop the dragon's destructiveness, and convince Zin to ward off his evil half. Absent: Jasmine.
|29||29||"Caught by the Tale"||Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao||October 13, 1994||67|
When two kids from Agrabah want to hear stories of Aladdin, the Genie and Iago tell, with Iago embellishing, a little too much. Abis Mal and Haroud, having overheard the stories, convince the kids to help them obtain an ancient helmet of scorpion armor which once belonged to an invincible warrior, saying that only Aladdin would have been brave enough. Despite being scared, the kids agree, and end up trapped in a hole. A guilty Iago and Abu go after them, and Iago hurts his wing. Finding new courage, the two lead the way out and warn Genie. Meanwhile, Abis Mal has discovered that the helmet can freeze anyone, and takes over the palace. After the Genie fails, Aladdin shows up and defeats Mal, breaking the helmet. Upon hearing of the stories, he explains that the kids were heroes too for helping, and that anyone can, if they just have the heart. Absent: Jasmine.
|30||30||"Elemental, My Dear Jasmine"||Alan Zaslove||Mirith J. Colao||October 14, 1994||10|
|While at the beach, after being ridiculed by Aladdin when she gets wet and has seaweed over her hair, Jasmine is dragged underwater and meets the Water elemental Saleen. However, after giving Jasmine the ability to breathe in her ocean, Saleen learns about Aladdin, traps Jasmine underwater, and goes on land to win Aladdin's heart. The only way to reverse the curse that binds Jasmine underwater is to return Saleen to the sea, which is easier than it seems, as Saleen's enchanted water also enables Jasmine to connect with any water source.|
|31||31||"Smolder and Wiser"||Rob LaDuca||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||October 17, 1994||45|
|Haroud tricks Aladdin into believing that he has been cursed with clumsiness. Meanwhile, Abis Mal plots to take over Agrabah by forcing it to surrender—or be destroyed by an ifrit named Magma, who controls volcanoes.|
|32||32||"The Game"||Alan Zaslove||Richard Stanley||October 18, 1994||13|
|Two game-loving wizards exploit Genie's desire to beat Carpet in a game, but have more in mind than a friendly competition for Genie and the gang.|
|33||33||"Poor Iago"||Alan Zaslove||Steve Roberts||October 20, 1994||59|
|After being caught while trying to steal gold dust from the Palace treasure room, Iago is tired of always being greedy and he begins giving things away uncontrollably, which causes a situation when he gives away people's valuables (i.e. Genie's lamp and Abu's fez).|
|34||34||"The Animal Kingdom"||Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca||Richard Stanley||October 24, 1994||57|
Aladdin and friends stumble across a hidden valley where anthropomorphic animals have built their own civilization. Since Aladdin is human, he is believed to be a dangerous threat to their prosperous city. Absent: Jasmine.
|35||35||"Power to the Parrot"||Rob LaDuca||Jan Strnad||October 25, 1994||40|
Iago wants to prove that he can do just as good a job as Genie using magic, so Genie transfers his magic to Iago at his request. However, he finds it is not as easy as it seems. Note: Aladdin and Jasmine have a secondary role.
|36||36||"The Sands of Fate"||Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca||Richard Stanley||October 27, 1994||65|
As Aladdin and his friends journey through one of the seven endless desert, they witness a battle between the Riders of Ramond and some marauders, which is suddenly cut short. The wise seer, Phasir, appears to them saying that it is their fate to repeat this battle. Aladdin tries to stop them, and ends up one of their own. Soon, only Genie and Iago are left, and they learn that a mystical gem which fell from a chest is the cause of this battle. Now Genie and Iago must prevent the gem from falling, or their friends—and the Riders of Ramond—are doomed to be locked in time forever. Absent: Jasmine.
|37||37||"The Citadel"||Alan Zaslove||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||October 31, 1994||70|
After facing off against a magical creature threatening the city, Aladdin encounters the wizard responsible for the creature, a young sorcerer called Mozenrath, who took control of the Land of the Black Sand after obtaining the former ruler's power (and turning him into a slave). Seeing Aladdin's bravery and wit, Mozenrath offers him a job, but when Aladdin turns him down, he resorts to kidnapping Genie. Now, Aladdin and his friends must rescue Genie before he is devoured by the magic devouring creature, the Thirdack. Absent: Jasmine.
|38||38||"Snowman is an Island"||Alan Zaslove||Dev Ross, Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 2, 1994||47|
While passing through a frozen wasteland, Aladdin, Genie and the others encounter an abominable snowman's castle. The yeti lets them pass—all but Genie, who must stay to entertain him. Aladdin and the others must devise a way to sneak the Genie past the snowman, and wind up teaching the snowman to entertain himself in the process. Absent: Jasmine.
|39||39||"The Secret of Dagger Rock"||Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao||November 3, 1994||74|
|Aladdin is captured by Mozenrath, who demands Genie as an exchange. Jasmine, who feels responsible for not being able to help when she witnessed Aladdin's sudden abduction, wants to help rescue him. When her father forbids her, she goes disguised as a palace guard to help rescue Aladdin.|
|40||40||"In the Heat of the Fright"||Alan Zaslove||Mirith J. Colao||November 4, 1994||43|
Aladdin and company have been assigned to chart a river through neighboring lands, but on the way, they come upon a burning village. After rescuing the people from the fire cats who attacked it, the source of the mischief reveals herself—Mirage, a cat-like entity who is described as "Evil Incarnate" by Iago. As nightfall begins, the Genie becomes increasingly afraid of Mirage, and moves the group back on the way to Agrabah, but due to sleepiness, they are instead transported to Mirage's own world, Morbia. Here, they must battle the fire cats to defeat Mirage. But as Genie discovers, he must first conquer his own fears, as that is what they feed on, before Aladdin and company can escape. Absent: Jasmine (even though Mirage is disguised as her)
|41||41||"The Seven Faces of Genie"||Rob LaDuca||Grant Moran (story)|
Kevin Campbell & Duane Capizzi
|November 7, 1994||58|
On a diplomatic mission to negotiate with Sultan Pasda Al Dente of Getizstan, the Sultan appoints Genie and Al diplomats. Genie tries to be all aspects of a diplomat at once, but things go awry when Abis Mal and Haroud throw an orb at him which splits Genie into his seven personalities—anger, courage, weirdness, wisdom, laughter, fear, and kindness. Now Aladdin and the others must figure a way to get all of Genie's personalities back together before Abis Mal uses him to overtake Getzistan. Absent: Jasmine.
|Alan Zaslove||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 8, 1994||71|
Aladdin, Jasmine, and Abu depart to the Land of the Black Sand on a secret mission involving a mysterious "weapon" possessed by Mozenrath. Back at the palace, Genie, Carpet, and Iago gradually notice their friends' absence. Iago suggests that Al, Jas, and Abu have gone off treasure hunting and "cut them from the deal." Genie, meanwhile, assumes his friends are in danger. The three rush off to the Land of the Black Sand, only to foil Aladdin and Jasmine's mission and get everyone caught because of Mozenrath's magic detecting devices. Mozenrath imprisons the heroes, leaving them to die at dawn by the burning of a diamond mechanism in the ceiling. He then reveals that his secret weapon is, in fact, a magical wind jackal that he will use to conquer Agrabah, and departs haughtily. While imprisoned, Aladdin reveals the reason why the others were left behind - Genie and Carpet because their magic could be detected, and Iago because he is a loudmouth. Abu manages to pick the lock on Genie's anti-magic cuffs, and Genie rescues everyone. They return to Agrabah to stop Mozenrath from using the wind jackal to destroy the city, using Iago's vocal-mimicking ability to trick the jackal with Mozenrath's voice.
|43||43||"A Clockwork Hero"||Tad Stones & Alan Zaslove||Kevin Campbell||November 9, 1994||73|
Wahid is a young boy in Agrabah who wants to be a hero like Aladdin. He gets his chance when he comes upon one of Mechanicles' contraptions—a giant robot built in his likeness. After climbing inside and taking control, he defeats a local hero, Dominus Tusk, to prove his worth, but Mechanicles wants his robot back, and when he takes control of it again, Wahid is still inside. Aladdin and the gang must get Wahid out, or he will have to take advantage of an awkward situation to be a hero after all. Absent: Jasmine.
|44||44||"Mission: Imp Possible"||Alan Zaslove||Steve Roberts||November 10, 1994||46|
|After finding that a treasure called golden silk is being protected by a giant worm, Nefir poisons Aladdin and tricks Genie into helping him, with the promise that a small amount of the golden silk can cure Aladdin. However, as Genie and Iago set out to find the silk, they are unaware that Nefir intends to use them to get past the worm, which has evolved into a giant moth.|
|45||45||"Stinker Belle"||Alan Zaslove||Kevin Campbell & Robert Schechter||November 11, 1994||23|
|Aladdin, Jasmine and the others have traveled to Odiferous to witness the wedding of Prince Uncouthma to his beloved, the strong barbarian woman, Brawnhilda. Complications arise when Brawnhilda decides she wants to marry Aladdin instead, as he is frail compared to barbarians, and needs protection. Uncouthma becomes increasingly infuriated, and when Jasmine suggests he fight to keep his bride-to-be, he mistakes her meaning and chooses to fight Aladdin to the death for Brawhnhilda. However, unknown to either side, the Royal Vizier, Runta, a small and puny barbarian, is plotting to take Uncouthma out of the picture and claim the throne for himself.|
|46||46||"Shadow of a Doubt"||Alan Zaslove||Mirith J. Colao||November 14, 1994||80|
Mirage enters the palace disguised as "Sultana" and gets information on the gang; however, she soon reveals herself and her plot—a large black obelisk has been placed on the outskirts of Agrabah. As its shadow extends, it will lengthen until sunset, wiping everything in its reach out of existence. Mirage does, however, give Aladdin one clue—a mirror in a cavern on top of the world filled with many other mirrors, one which reveals the truth beneath the surface, is the only way to save Agrabah. Aladdin, Jasmine and all but Genie retrieve it, while he tries to destroy the obelisk, and they soon return, supposedly saving the city. But Jasmine, Iago and Abu notice strange things happening (i.e. no one yelling at Abu for stealing, the Sultan calling Jasmine "Princess"), and Mirage takes them to her own world after they get too close to revealing her ultimate design. Once Al realizes this, it's up to he and Genie to conjure up a mirage of their own to fool the sorceress, or else lose their friends, and their city.
|47||47||"Smells Like Trouble"||Alan Zaslove||Bruce Reid Schaefer & Richard Stanley||November 15, 1994||41|
While visiting Odiferous, Aladdin and the others meet Prince Uncouthma and Brawnhilda's son, Bud. But an epidemic is spreading, leaving the Odiferans petrified. Desperate to prove himself to Bud, Aladdin takes on barbarian challenges, but soon learns that the cause of the petrifying—a lizard brought by a trader—is attacking his friends, including Uncouthma. As the barbarians try to stop the lizard with brute force, General Gouda, too, is petrified, and Al realizes that to beat the little creature, he'll have to lure it with the thing it eats most—cheese—and change the smell of its breath, before other lizards come to Odiferous. Absent: Jasmine.
|48||48||"The Way We War"||Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca||Bruce Reid Schaefer||November 16, 1994||34|
|Agrabah and Odiferous go to war, with Nefir and his Imps supplying weapons. As Aladdin and the group investigate, they discover that Nefir is behind the whole war so he can profit off of both sides.|
|49||49||"Night of the Living Mud"||Alan Zaslove||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 17, 1994||83|
|After battling the Al Muddy, Aladdin and the gang come home, with Al tired out. Genie decides that he and Jasmine need a night off, but Iago has accidentally brought some of the Al Muddy home. As Genie endeavors to take care of the muddy nemesis without disturbing Aladdin, the situation becomes increasingly more complicated.|
|50||50||"Egg-stra Protection"||Rob LaDuca||Brian Swenlin||November 18, 1994||69|
|Aladdin and his friends head to Getizstan to aid them against a gryphon by recovering its egg that has been stolen by Abis Mal, who plans to use the newborn gryphon to help him complete a potion to make him invincible. However, after Aladdin's ribs are broken from an accident that occurred when he helped recover the egg in Agrabah, Jasmine wants him to stay on the sidelines and recover while they return the egg, but Aladdin wishes to help, and Jasmine soon finds herself under attack from the gryphon.|
|51||51||"Heads, You Lose"||Rob LaDuca||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 21, 1994||75|
|Caliph Kapok, a disembodied wizard, pays the Sultan a visit and asks Aladdin to help rejoin him to his evil body. They do so, but soon realize that Caliph's head is evil, not his body, and when Aladdin tries to stop him, he separates his head from his torso. Stuck with a logical, remorseless head as well as a loving, headstrong body, it's up to Jasmine and the guys to get Caliph's head separated from his body so he'll reverse the spell and put Aladdin back together, as well as save the wizard's kingdom.|
|52||52||"The Love Bug"||Alan Zaslove||Kevin Campbell||November 22, 1994||81|
Aladdin and the group go to Thundra's rain forest and find that something is tearing it down. As it turns out, Mechanicles is responsible. Thundra, finding Iago unreliable, decides to take matters into her own hands. Absent: Jasmine.
|53||53||"When Chaos Comes Calling"||Rob LaDuca||Tad Stones||November 23, 1994||84|
|Chaos is a flying cat with godlike powers who thrives on the unpredictable. When Mirage can't destroy Agrabah, she convinces him that the place is too commonplace and boring, so that Chaos pays Aladdin a visit. While there, he gives surprising twists to Aladdin's life, such as an evil twin and genie, and sets out to make his life more exciting. All the while, Mirage watches, unaware that this is really just a clever plan by Chaos himself to teach her a lesson about always being evil.|
|54||54||"Armored and Dangerous"||Rob LaDuca||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 30, 1994||85|
|When Dominus Tusk attacks Agrabah while Aladdin and Genie are out of town on a diplomatic mission, the Sultan dons an ancient magical armor from the treasure room that gives him superhuman strength and endurance. He defeats Tusk, but when Aladdin comes back the next day, he and Jasmine notice that the Sultan's behavior is getting more violent and unpredictable. They soon find the curse of the armor is causing the Sultan to become more evil, and they have to find a way to remove the curse to save the Sultan.|
|55||55||"Shark Treatment"||Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao||January 6, 1995||52|
Saleen sinks a ship bound for Agrabah with a valuable statue to lure out Aladdin, and places a curse that turns him into a shark so she can have him all to herself. As Genie, Abu, and Iago have difficulty getting her necklace to reverse the curse, they realize that Saleen's sidekick, the octopus Armand, might be the key needed to get the necklace to cure Aladdin, as he has developed a grudge of being pushed aside in favor of Aladdin. Absent: Jasmine.
|56||56||"Black Sand"||Alan Zaslove||Kevin Campbell||February 2, 1995||86|
When Iago notices everyone around the palace acting strangely, he suspects the Sultan might be preparing for a party. However, while Aladdin finds he might be losing it, they soon discover that Mozenrath's minions, the undead Mamluks, are being used to impersonate their friends, as Mozenrath is using his Black Sand to trap them in his world, while they are replaced by Mamluks who have taken their forms. After Aladdin is captured, it is up to Iago and Abu to distract Mozenrath and Xerxes so Carpet can mount a rescue mission. Note: In this episode, Mozenrath was voiced by Jeff Bennett.
|57||57||"Love at First Sprite"||Rob LaDuca||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||February 6, 1995||64|
While flying around with Carpet in the sky one day, Aladdin is spotted by several tiny sprites who follow him home to the palace. The sprites are curious and inquisitive, not to mention destructive. The sprites soon exhibit the ability to lift Aladdin and his friends into the air, thus allowing them to "fly" on their own without Carpet. Feeling left out, Carpet wanders off to be with Iago (who shouts at the sprites that he already knows how to fly) and Abu. Things start out friendly, but quickly turn ugly when the sprites carry Aladdin and company away in the clouds and refuse to let them go home. Genie believes he can convince them, and makes himself very big and starts yelling, demanding the sprites end their fun, but the sprites make a plan, and work together to fly around Genie in circles, causing Genie to involuntarily shape-shift and find himself tied up completely in a knot. Genie is left to try to free himself, while the sprites make it clear to Aladdin and his friends that they're in control. Their demands of endless play anger Aladdin and the others, to which the sprites reply that they "don't like them anymore." To teach Aladdin and his friends a lesson, they lift the palace into the air, throw Aladdin and company inside, and drop it to the earth. Genie strains to save the day, but it's Carpet who comes to the rescue by tricking the sprites into chasing him around and around the falling palace, thus slowing its progress. Everyone praises Carpet, and Aladdin vows to let Carpet do the flying from here on out.
|58||58||"Vocal Hero"||Rob LaDuca||Jan Strnad||February 8, 1995||88|
|After Iago's latest moneymaking scam of tricking the Sultan by having him place jewels in a mechanical robot he built is exposed by Aladdin and Abu, the Sultan kicks Iago out of the palace as punishment. However, Amin Damoola turns the Sultan into a small gold statue. As the team must catch him to get the Sultan back with Iago, who wants to win back his trust, they are unaware that Amin's new magical devices have been supplied by Mozenrath, who wants to hold the Sultan for ransom.|
|59||59||"The Lost City of the Sun"||Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao||February 9, 1995||82|
The sprites have been captured by Mozenrath, who plans to use them to find a lost city that has a weapon needed to rule the desert. A few escape and warn Aladdin, and they head out to stop Mozenrath and rescue the other sprites. Absent: Jasmine.
|60||60||"As the Netherworld Turns"||Rob LaDuca||Kevin Campbell||February 13, 1995||76|
|Iago and Abu locate a magic ball in Jafar's old chambers. They plan to use its magic to walk through walls, but are unaware the real secret is that it transports them to the Netherworld, where not only does Ayam Aghoul plan to make them permanent residents, but he also plans for Aladdin to be sent there, too.|
|61||61||"Seems Like Old Crimes - Part One"||Alan Zaslove||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||February 16, 1995||78|
One of Aladdin's old acquaintances, the Guardian of the mystical Destiny Stone, pays Agrabah a visit, asking for Aladdin's aid. Aladdin proceeds to tell the others of his life long before Genie, Jasmine or anyone but Abu. A traveling circus was visiting Agrabah, and Abu's job was to steal money. Trying to steal Al's money, he met his friend for the first time, who in turn met Fatima, Minos and Aziz. They hired Al, and he and Abu gradually became friends, and he even bought Abu a fez. Aladdin refused to steal from poor citizens, but Minos and the others asked for his help one last time with getting a red gem called the Destiny Stone, which only he could reach because of his superhuman-like speed, enhanced reflexes, and enhanced agility. Once they reached it, the Guardian warned them; Aladdin tried and failed to stop them, and the three disappeared, their lives changed in unknown ways. Finishing his story, Aladdin agrees to help the Guardian and visits the Destiny Stone, only to find the traps broken and the gem shattered. The group then returns to Agrabah.
|62||62||"Seems Like Old Crimes - Part Two"||Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao||February 17, 1995||79|
Aziz has been turned into a goblin, Minos a minotaur, and Fatima a harpy, and they are now wreaking havoc on Agrabah, taking its wealth. When Aladdin and the others return, they find that the three have headed for the palace, where a showdown ensues, nearly ending Al, Genie and Jasmine's lives and finishing with the three, leaving with Abu as captive. Aziz sends his fez back for Aladdin to trace, and they face off again, this time with Jasmine being captured as well in an enchanted stone meant for Aladdin. Fatima questions why she risked her life for Aladdin, and she replies that Fatima would have done the same thing for Minos. Realizing that she can't bring herself to destroy Aladdin and Jasmine's love, she protests, but Aziz will not give up, and turns on her and Minos, killing Minos. The Destiny Stone reassembles, changing Minos and Fatima back into humans, who offer Aziz a chance to be human again as well. Aziz refuses and escapes; Minos promises Aladdin they will find him, and work hard to repay their past crimes, having finally found as monsters what they had all along: friendship and love.
|63||63||"From Hippsodeth, with Love"||Alan Zaslove||Mirith J. Colao||February 20, 1995||87|
|When Queen Hippsodeth of the Galifems sends the Sultan a love letter with a date invitation, Jasmine thinks it may be unsafe for him to go. After returning a letter declining the offer (with Iago adding a few insults), the Queen's suitor, King Pector, decides to battle the Sultan to the death for the insult. Jasmine convinces Aladdin to pretend to be the Sultan and try to call off the battle—unsuccessfully—but when the Sultan learns of this, things must be settled swiftly before King Pector kills Aladdin.|
|64||64||"Destiny on Fire"||Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao||February 27, 1995||91|
|Aladdin and his friends return from vacation to find that all of Agrabah has been turned into slug-like creatures. They are rescued by Razoul, the Captain of the Royal Guards, who had escaped from the palace during the initial assault, and learns that Aladdin's former accomplice Aziz is responsible. As Aladdin's friends are being turned into slugs during the quest to stop Aziz, Razoul and Aladdin (who remain openly hostile towards each other) must put their differences aside if they are to have any chance of stopping Aziz.|
|65||65||"The Return of Malcho"||Alan Zaslove||Kevin Campbell||February 28, 1995||90|
|Iago's old enemy Malcho returns for revenge, as Aladdin is in charge as the temporary Sultan for Agrabah while the Sultan, Jasmine, and the rest of the gang are on vacation. When Malcho attacks, Aladdin must fight him off and work with the Royal Guards in protecting Iago and stopping Malcho without endangering the city, as well as dealing with Razoul and Iago's pointless advice on how the real Sultan should act.|
CBS Season 1 (1994)[edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|66||1||"Raiders of the Lost Shark"||Toby Shelton||Robert Schechter||September 17, 1994 (Disney Channel: May 1, 1994)||12|
|After a giant shark which can live on land attacks Agrabah, a flying ship manned by the ever-vigilant Captain Merc, who seeks out the shark, comes to the Sultan asking for a crew. Aladdin and Jasmine volunteer, and the gang heads out to try to defeat the shark (Aladdin with hopes of profit earned rather than given). However, as they get closer to killing and being killed, Jasmine reminds Al of his own treasure, and Merc realizes that there may be more to his life than jewels and gold.|
|67||2||"Sneeze the Day"||Rob LaDuca||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||September 24, 1994||24|
|Genie accidentally gets infected with a magical cold that causes his magic to go out of control every time he sneezes, so Aladdin and Iago go after the Orb of Machana in hopes of curing him before Genie can do too much damage.|
|68||3||"The Prophet Motive"||Toby Shelton||Jan Strnad||October 1, 1994 (Disney Channel: February 27, 1994)||17|
|A narrator tells a tale of an evil cyclops named Fashoom, who was betrayed and turned to stone by his older brother long ago. Back in the present, the blind beggar Phasir appears to Aladdin in the marketplace, telling him of his future. Aladdin, skeptical, is soon proven wrong when Carpet is stolen by Abis Mal and Haroud (a thin friend lost). They set out to get Carpet back, but Abis Mal gets away by making his ship fly using Carpet ("The black ship flies; you cannot escape"). Aladdin and Jasmine are soon captured, and while Mal takes Jasmine and the newly captive Genie to Fashoom's lair, Al is left in a dungeon. Using a skeleton, he escapes ("Find a pick among the bones") to find that Iago and Abu have helped Carpet escape.
However, Carpet was the only thing keeping the ship in the sky, and it falls, with Al narrowly escaping. He pursues Mal and Haroud, just as they steal the eye of Fashoom and the cyclops is reawakened. Fashoom knocks Aladdin aside (supposedly dead), and terrorizes Abis Mal and Haroud for trying to steal his treasure. Al, Jasmine and the others meanwhile distract him, and when Fashoom fires at them with his eye, Aladdin reflects it back at him with a shield, causing a part of the cave to collapse on the cyclops. Mal tries to claim the treasure using Genie as bait, but accidentally opens a bottle of moths instead. Reunited, the gang returns home, and back in the marketplace, Phasir takes off his blindfold, revealing that he is a cyclops, Fashoom's brother who betrayed him.
|69||4||"That Stinking Feeling"||Alan Zaslove||Bruce Reid Schaefer||October 8, 1994||7|
|Iago, Abu and Carpet return from the Forbidden Oasis to find Jasmine angry at Aladdin for not asking what she wants. When a new suitor arrives, Prince Uncouthma of Odiferous, Jasmine pretends to be interested in him to make Aladdin angry. Meanwhile, Al teaches Uncouthma fake Agrabanian customs similar to Odiferan ways, in hopes of offending the Sultan and Jasmine. His plan backfires, but they soon have more important issues to deal with, as Iago has sent the prince to the Forbidden Oasis, where many razor-sharp vines and the plant protector try to kill him so Iago can get a hold of a valuable treasure. Now Al and Jasmine must put aside their anger at each other to rescue Uncouthma.|
|70||5||"Beast or Famine"||Bob Hathcock||Robert Schechter & Brian Swenlin||October 15, 1994||25|
|Aladdin, Genie and Abu are charting a trade route through the desert, when they come upon the remains of the giant shark and Merc's ship. They soon discover that mole-like people were the cause, and they soon capture Genie, despite valiant effort on his part. Meanwhile, back at their lair, a shaman reveals himself to Genie and tells him his plans: to completely drain Genie of his magical energy to make himself more powerful. Back at the ship, Aladdin and Abu find that Merc is still alive, and convince him to help them repair his ship using the shark remains (Merc seeks out the mole creatures since they took away his thrill in life—the hunt). They come to the lair to find a badly exhausted Genie, and while Merc fights the creatures, Al faces off against the shaman. Genie convinces the creatures that the shaman isn't their leader, because of his hurting them, and they turn on him—the shaman is then killed by his ill-gotten magic. After some convincing, Merc chooses to be the mole creatures' leader, as they too are hunters, and Al, Genie and Abu head for home.Absent: Jasmine and Iago.|
|71||6||"The Spice is Right"||Alan Zaslove||Tom Minton||October 22, 1994||9|
|Aladdin finds a gift for Jasmine, a necklace which, once put on, makes her the bride for Ayam Aghoul, who quickly kicks Aladdin, Carpet, and Genie out of the palace. However, as Aladdin figures out that the spice from the treasure chest can get the necklace off Jasmine, he learns that Iago and Abu have been selling it off (with earlier assistance from Genie) for profit.|
|72||7||"Hero with a Thousand Feathers"||Alan Zaslove||Steve Roberts||October 29, 1994||29|
|Iago is foretold that he is the one to release an ancient evil that wants to conquer Agrabah, and that only the one who releases it can defeat it. After these events come true, fearing for his safety, Iago places the blame on Genie, resulting in Genie being defeated and Agrabah being taken over. Now Iago must gather his courage to save the city.|
|73||8||"Witch Way Did She Go"||Rob LaDuca||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||November 5, 1994||61|
|As Sadira is having a good time with Aladdin and his friends at her place, she inadvertently releases three ancient Sand Witches. When Sadira is accused of returning to her old ways due to the recent attacks, she must choose between power or friendship.|
|74||9||"Sea No Evil"||Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca||Brian Swenlin||November 12, 1994||56|
|After Aladdin refuses to go on any more of Iago's treasure hunts, Iago and Abu are met by a spirit who gives them a seashell (meant for Aladdin) which will transport them to his world. Iago decides that since Al has refused to go after treasure, a deception is necessary, and so he fakes the spirit act. They go underwater, and Iago leads Genie in the wrong direction when he gets too close. They soon discover a sunken ship, and the spirit instructs Aladdin to touch the figurehead; once he does, he is transported to the Netherworld and Ayam Aghoul returns. After learning that the only way for Al to return is for Aghoul to touch the figurehead, Iago and Abu desperately search for Genie. Now they must find a way to trick Aghoul into touching the ship, or lose Aladdin permanently.Absent: Jasmine.|
|75||10||"A Sultan Worth His Salt"||Rob LaDuca||Mirith J. Colao||November 19, 1994||62|
|When Jasmine is captured by a clan of warrior women who desire her allegiance, the Sultan is determined to save his daughter himself. Aladdin and the others, however, are a little apprehensive about letting the Sultan come along, but they have no choice. Jasmine, meanwhile, is forced to undergo a number of "initiation tests", during all of which she tries and nearly succeeds in escaping.
As Jasmine races down the center of falling columns, Aladdin and the others blunder through the world of the warrior women, often falling into traps and getting stuck. During a moment of frustration, Aladdin declares to Genie, "How am I supposed to rescue Jasmine when I'm always rescuing him [the Sultan]?" to which the Sultan flares that he'll find Jasmine on his own and takes off, but not without Genie on his tail. In the final confrontation, it is the Sultan who saves the day, and Aladdin learns not to underestimate his future father-in-law.
|76||11||"Genie Hunt"||Alan Zaslove||Kevin Campbell & Marlowe Weisman||November 26, 1994||63|
|Mukhtar, the sole survivor of a race that once hunted genies, comes to Agrabah looking for Genie. He succeeds, but Aladdin and the others rescue him, and Mukhtar reveals he is working for hire; however, all but one of Genie's old masters are dead—Jibraic, who wants his servant back. Mukhtar lives to hunt genies, and it will take all of Genie's wit and Aladdin's courage to stop the hunter.Absent: Jasmine.|
|77||12||"The Lost Ones"||Tad Stones||Kevin Campbell||December 3, 1994||60|
|Children are constantly disappearing in Agrabah, and when Aladdin runs into a street rat, Wahid, he is reminded of his old friend Amal, who wanted to be more than just a street rat, but through dishonest means. As Aladdin and the others look into who's taking the kids, they discover that the El Khatib (Shadow Walkers) are responsible, and travel to their realm following Amal, who has become an El Khatib, and who has captured Wahid. There, they discover the truth behind it all: Mirage, amassing her own force every seven years when more El Khatib can be recruited, is the true mastermind. However, Wahid refuses to become an El Khatib, and Mirage reveals that if he doesn't, he will die. Amal, meanwhile, refuses to kill Aladdin, and Genie tricks Mirage into believing Aladdin will trade his own life for Wahid's. She departs, leaving the El Khatib to die—all but Amal, who, since he refused to kill Aladdin, is not entirely evil and hence is not a true El Khatib. Having regained his right human arm, he sets out to do more good, and regain his humanity.Absent: Jasmine.|
|78||13||"Eye of the Beholder"||Alan Zaslove||Bill Motz & Bob Roth||December 10, 1994||68|
|Mirage puts Aladdin's love for Jasmine to the ultimate test. Disguised as a peddler woman, she gives Jasmine a lotion that she says will transform her into something more worthy of her man, but slowly changes her into a snake woman. Aladdin will stop at nothing to save Jasmine and be with her forever, even if it means becoming a snake creature himself.|
CBS Season 2 (1995)[edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|79||1||"The Hunted"||Alan Zaslove||Thomas Hart||September 16, 1995||92|
|A monster is in Agrabah, and soon takes Aladdin and friends captive except Genie. He reveals himself: the Mukhtar, and he will only release the others if Genie agrees to help him deal with Mozenrath, who has sent Mamluks after the two. Genie reluctantly agrees, and they go to the Land of the Black Sand; in Mozenrath's castle, Genie accidentally unleashes a man-eating plant on the Mukhtar. Although at first he leaves him, he finds that he cannot allow the Mukhtar to die, and once he is saved, the Mukhtar vows a debt of honor. They at last find Mozenrath, and the Mukhtar delivers Genie, having tricked him, to the sorcerer, who imprisons him in the Crystal of Ix, which drains Genie's powers every time it is touched. Mukhtar lies about Aladdin and the others' fate, taking his reward and once outside the castle, releasing them. Aladdin and the others naturally go after Genie, but soon all but Al are defeated, until the Mukhtar returns, imprisoning Mozenrath with magic-trapping bolas and releasing Genie. Having repaid his debt, the Mukhtar prepares to leave, but he and Genie depart as friends.|
|80||2||"Riders Redux"||Jamie Mitchell||Richard Stanley||September 23, 1995||93|
|When the treasure that the Royal Guards are transporting to a neighboring kingdom is stolen by marauders every single time with no way to stop it, under pressure, Jasmine has Aladdin and his friends look into it to prevent a potential war between the two kingdoms. However, this fails as well, and Aladdin betrays the Royal Guards and his group joins up with the marauders. However, Aladdin's betrayal is actually a ruse to go undercover to discover the marauders' secret weapon, which is a magic hourglass that temporarily freezes time. Things get further complicated when Agrabah hires the Riders of Ramond and Jasmine decides to accompany them during the next shipment.|
|81||3||"The Book of Khartoum"||Alan Zaslove||Mark Seidenberg||September 30, 1995||97|
|Genie and Eden are going out on the anniversary of the first time they met, but Mozenrath has other plans. He takes Genie captive and uses him to power a machine and create a Philosopher's Stone to increase his magical powers, as per the instructions of Khartoum, a wizard's head trapped inside a book. When Aladdin, Eden and the others learn of this, they go after Genie, but soon Eden too is trapped - tricked by Mozenrath into exchanging her life for Genie's, they both end up powering the machine, and aging rapidly. Meanwhile, Mozenrath completes the Philosopher's Stone and discovers that he himself has been tricked - rather than increase his powers, it releases Khartoum from his book. Aladdin frees Genie and Eden, who use the legendary Genie Embrace to restore each other's powers, and they easily defeat Khartoum by grabbing the Stone and sending it into space, as it will soon self-destruct anyway. Afterward, Genie and Eden think of their adventure as their big anniversary.Absent: Jasmine (mentioned only)|
|82||4||"While the City Snoozes"||Alan Zaslove||Jan Strnad||October 7, 1995||94|
|Mirage opens an enchanted music box, which plays a tune that puts everybody near it to sleep until it is closed again. It is up to Aladdin and Jasmine to find the box before they fall asleep and Mirage takes control of Agrabah.|
|83||5||"Two to Tangle"||Alan Zaslove||Mark Seidenberg||October 21, 1995||98|
|As Mozenrath is dying from the side effects of his magical gauntlet, he plans to switch bodies with Aladdin to prolong his life and captures him. However, due to the interference of Aladdin's friends, both Aladdin and Mozenrath's spirits are sharing the same body. As the group heads off to find the Elixir of Life to reverse the spell, Mozenrath plans to take the elixir to keep Aladdin's body for himself, and it is up to Aladdin's spirit to prevent this from happening.|
|84||6||"The Ethereal"||Alan Zaslove||Brian Swenlin||November 4, 1995||95|
|Jasmine dreams of the coming of a powerful spirit called the Ethereal, who will judge Agrabah—it will either be spared or destroyed. Everyone tries to convince her it was just a dream, until the signs of the Ethereal's arrival appear, and finally the Ethereal itself comes. Now Aladdin and his friends must find the one thing that marks Agrabah worthy of the Ethereal's approval before it ends up like Atlantis.|
|85||7||"The Shadow Knows"||Alan Zaslove||Mark Seidenberg||November 18, 1995||99|
|Ayam Aghoul plans to take the shadows of Aladdin and his friends with his own shadow to the nether realm, much to the disapproval of the caretaker Farabu, whom he captures. The Ayam shadow succeeds in taking Aladdin and his friends' shadows. Aladdin and Genie head to the shadow world to seek Farabu's help, only to run into the living Ayam. The Sultan's shadow is taken, but Jasmine and her friends go to the shadow world, while Aladdin tricks Ayam into freeing Farabu. Ayam is banished to the nether realm, and everyone's shadows return to them.|
|86||8||"The Great Rift"||Alan Zaslove||Mark Seidenberg||November 25, 1995||96|
|Aladdin is seeking the land of Mesmaria in the desert. Iago finds a treasure chest. In it, there are four gemstones, but a hawk snatches one. When the sunlight touches the gem, the sorceress Queen Deluca arises, as the hawk is revealed to be her husband King Zahbar. She takes back the gems Aladdin took and summons her three brothers, despite her husband's objections. Queen Deluca turns the Sultan and Jasmine into gemstones and kicks Aladdin out of the palace. The family begins to fight over the throne, which summons the same Great Rift that destroyed Mesmaria. When Aladdin pleads to Queen Deluca to stop the Great Rift, King Zahbar agrees with him, until Queen Deluca teleports him back to Mesmaria. Aladdin finds King Zahbar at the ruins of Mesmaria and learns what happened, as he states that the Magic Emerald of Khufu poisoned her heart. After taking Queen Deluca's emerald, Aladdin destroys it, which undoes Deluca's curses, changes King Zahbar back to a human, depowers the emeralds of Queen Deluca's brothers, and removes the Great Rift. The family is welcomed to Agrabah.|