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  • (Same as warning screen 5, except the background is grass green and the words are bolder and are in decidedly different fonts and positioning)
  • (On a black background, we see Mickey Mouse dressed in his Sorcerer’s Apprentice outfit from Fantasia, standing on a blue spotlight. The camera slowly begins zooming up to his hand as the stars and crescent moon on his hat flash one-by-one, and then a white starburst flashes and a magic spark flies out from it, appearing above Mickey’s hand. We zoom past Mickey as the spark begins swirling around and begins to write "WALT DiSNEY" in the corporate Disney font in red. As we zoom out, the words "HOME VIDEO", also in red and in the same font as before, zoom out and settle underneath "WALT DiSNEY". The logo "shines")
  • (Cut to desert at night. As the movie opens, the peddler, who started off last time, sings a different version of "Arabian Nights" as a band of thieves ride through the night toward parts unknown, following a raid in an also undisclosed location)
  • Peddler's Voice: (sings) Follow me to a place where incredible feats are routine every hour or so. Where enchantment runs rampant gets wild in the streets. Open sesame... here we go! Arabian nights, like Arabian days. They tease in action, take off and take flight, they shock and amaze. Arabian nights, like Arabian days. More often than not are hotter than hot in a lot of good ways.
  • (As the song continues, the thieves and their steeds ride towards an opening in a tall ridge. They cross over a pit, through a long tunnel and into the ruins of an underground temple, which is revealed to be their hideout)
  • Peddler's Voice: (singing) Pack your shields, pack your swords. You won't ever get bored, though get beaten or gored you might. C'mon down, stop on by. Hop a carpet and fly to another Arabian night! Arabian niiiiight!
  • (The song ends, and the thieves enter their hideout. Decayed or fallen columns litter the area, and several other unknown thieves peer from behind them as their comrades return with the loot they have plundered, mostly gold coins, jewels and a chest)
  • Thief #1: This night has been quite rewarding.
  • Thief #2: (laughs) We have never stolen so much.
  • (As he speaks, a furry hand snatches a golden cup from and other stuff from Thief #1, but they take no notice)
  • Thief #2: We have gathered much loot tonight. No thanks to our leader.
  • (The two thieves look frustratedly towards a short, obese man with tan skin, black hair and goatee wearing a turban and red shoes. This is their so-called "leader", Abis Mal. As we see him, he has his hand stuck in the neck of a vase. He finally pulls it free and lands on a rock, but the vase wobbles and breaks. His men frown at him for his blunder)
  • Abis Mal: (defensively) Well - it only looked expensive. (opens the chest to reveal its contents are several gold items) Is this a haul or what, my surly band of desert skunks?
  • (Mal reaches into the chest, and takes out what appears to be a crystallized flower. Then he puts it in his belt, irking his men even further)
  • Thief #1: How is it you get the jeweled flower, Abis Mal?
  • Abis Mal: (smug) Why, this is my bonus for being your beloved leader. (points to the chest and a burlap sack complete with jewels) This, and that, and that are my beloved leader bonus.
  • Thief #1: And what is our reward?
  • All Thieves: Hmm?
  • Abis Mal: (hands them a small bag of coins) Here you go. Good work, boys. Very successful raid.
  • (This, as anyone can imagine, is the last straw for the thieves. But before they can throttle Mal for his greediness, the chest suddenly gets up and moves, as if by magic)
  • Thief #1: (gasps) The chest! It moves!
  • Thief #2: It cannot be!
  • Thief #1: What is holding it up?
  • Abis Mal: (shrieks, frightened) Ah! Ghosts!
  • (But one of the thieves, seeing something the others do not, picks up the chest and reveals that it is being carried by none other than Abu, Aladdin's pet monkey. Abu, realizing he no longer has the chest, stops and looks up)
  • Abu: (hesitantly) Hello.
  • Abis Mal: (angrily flings Abu) You stupid monkey!
  • Aladdin: (off-screen) Put him down, Abis Mal!
  • (Abu pulls Mal's turban over his head. A second later, a young man wearing puffy white pants, a purple vest and a red fez walks on the heads of Mal's men and steps in front of him. This is our hero, Aladdin. Then Abu scrambles up to his shoulder)
  • Abis Mal: Who are you?
  • Aladdin: My friends call me Al. You can call me Aladdin.
  • Abis Mal: Gah! Hurt him!
  • (Mal's men charge at Aladdin with their swords drawn, ready to tear him asunder. They jump at him from all sides, but as the dust clears, the street rat is nowhere to be found)
  • Thieves: What? Where did he go?
  • (While they're distracted, Aladdin grabs the sack complete with the thieves' loot and runs off)
  • Thief #1: There!
  • Thief #2: He has our loot!
  • Abis Mal: Don't let him get away!
  • Thief #3: He must not escape!
  • Thief #2: Stop him!
  • (Aladdin jumps over a wall and onto the back of a horse, but it bucks him off. Thief #3 takes a swipe at him, but misses)
  • Thief #3: Why, you...
  • Aladdin: (grabs a candelabra from the sack and uses it to catch his opponent's sword) Hey!
  • (Aladdin flings the sword away, and it slices off part of Mal's turban, frustrating him. Thief #3 tries to slash him again, but only ends up cutting a rope. It goes up, taking Aladdin with it. The thieves all look up frustratedly, but are soon hit by what's on the other end of the rope: a chandelier. Aladdin jumps off the rope, but is greeted below by the thieves, who raise their swords up, hoping he will impale himself on them. But just as Aladdin is about to be skewered, Carpet flies in, saves him and zooms over Mal's head)
  • Abis Mal: A flyin' carpet? He's got a flyin' carpet!
  • Aladdin: Nice catch, Carpet.
  • (Carpet flies Aladdin over the thieves, too fast for them to even get close to them)
  • Abu: PBBBBBBTTT!
  • Aladdin: Pardon me!
  • (Aladdin circles around a thief and tugs at his belt, spinning him around and causing him to bowl the others over. Meanwhile, Aladdin spots the rest of the loot and catches it as he swoops down)
  • Aladdin: Yeah!
  • Abis Mal: (gasps) Come back here!
  • (Mal grabs onto Carpet as it whisks past him. He frowns at Abu, who sees the jeweled flower and swipes it)
  • Abis Mal: That's mine! (realizes, albeit no use, that he lets go of Carpet) Whoa!
  • (Mal plummets into the hand of a statue, and it falls with him. Then he is conked on the head by a falling stone)
  • Aladdin: Next stop, Agrabah.
  • Thieves: Shut the door! He's escaping!
  • (They try to close the hideout doors, hoping to trap Aladdin, but the street rat slips through just as the doors close. He, along with his ride and monkey, fly out into the desert just as dawn begins to break)
  • (Fade to desert, day. A gentle breeze blows across the landscape, which is mostly sand dunes and rocks jutting out of them. Just then, where the Cave of Wonders once stood, a small lump of sand starts to form. It is revealed to be Iago, the sassy speaking parrot henchman of Jafar. He emerges, coughing and spitting out sand as he digs his way out)
  • Iago: Finally! (groaning) This is terrific! UNNNGGGGGHHHH!
  • (He eveally frees himself from the sand, his lower half stuck in Jafar's lamp. As soon as he lands, he pats his ears, dislodging several clods of sand from them)
  • Iago: I've got sand in places I didn't even know I had.
  • Jafar: (from inside his lamp) Spare me your prattling, Iago! Are we out yet?
  • Iago: (annoyed; mocking Jafar) "Are we out yet? Are we out yet?" (normal voice) Yes, we're out! No thanks to you. (jumps around, trying to get his legs out of the lamp, which clanks as he does so) If it weren't for me, you'd be stuck down there forever! OOHHHH!
  • (Though he is unseen for now, Jafar angrily flings Iago out of his lamp, and he gets his head stuck in a sand dune)
  • Jafar: IAGO! You will now release me... so that I may have my revenge.
  • (Iago pulls his head out of the sand and shakes it off)
  • Iago: Yeah, yeah, when I'm good and ready.
  • Jafar: DO AS I SAY, YOU WORTHLESS PIPSQUEAK!
  • (Iago, who is starting to think Jafar has took him for granted all this time, flies over to his lamp to remind him who the *real* brains of their outfit is)
  • Iago: You know somethin'? You're nothin' without me.
  • Jafar: (outraged) What?!
  • Iago: Who comes up with all the good ideas? Me! Who does all the work? ME!
  • Jafar: If it weren't for me, you'd still be in a cage at the bazaar, squawking, "Polly want a cracker!"
  • (This just makes Iago even angrier. Having to spend a year in a lamp with very little to no leg room with Jafar was bad enough, but having to be reminded at what he was before they met is truly the last straw. Then the irked parrot breaks into song)
  • Iago: (sings) That's it! I've had it! I hate to be dramatic, but it's time for me to fly the coop.
  • (Jafar blasts him, shaving off some feathers on the top of his head)
  • Iago: (singing) Terrific, well, fine! I'm drawin' the line before I wind up in a parrot soup.
  • (He grabs Jafar's lamp and flies off towards a well)
  • Iago: (singing) I was a fool to let you run the show.
  • Jafar: (overlapping) What are you doing here?!
  • Iago: (singing) I'm cuttin' ya loose, pal. Look out below!
  • (Jafar falls shrieking as Iago drops his lamp in the well, which is about 1/4 complete with water)
  • Jafar: (overlapping) NOOOOOOOOO!!
  • Iago: (singing) Arrivederci, c'est la vie. Hope all goes well. I'm lookin' out for me!
  • (Fade to Agrabah, marketplace. Iago has gone there in hopes of reinventing himself)
  • Iago: (speaking) Agrabah. Just a juicy golden goose ready for plucking... and I'm the one holdin' the tweezers. I'll be runnin' this town inside a week! (turns and points a "finger" up a camel's nose) What's your problem, liver lips? You don't think I can do it?! (singing) Okay, I'm little, been playin' second fiddle and I don't get no respect.
  • (The camel spits on Iago's tail, and he lands on a fence next to a goat)
  • Iago: (singing) I turn the other cheek, but this busted beak is the only thanks that I get!
  • (Omar, the fruit stand proprietor, is cleaning his stand as he suddenly notices a bunch of grapes moving by themselves. He picks them up, revealing Iago trying to steal them. He takes out a dagger and tries to stab Iago, but he flies away)
  • Iago: (singing) I never found a friend that I can trust, they promise caviar and leave me eatin' dust.
  • (Iago lands on a flock of sheep being led by a shepherd and eats some of the grapes he managed to get away with)
  • Iago: (singing) That's some reward for loyalty. From here on in, I'm lookin' out for me!
  • (Cut to a jewelry stand. The proprietor there is examining an emerald necklace as he sees Iago wearing a turban, another necklace and several rings. Annoyed at the bird pilfering his wares, he frowns at Iago)
  • Iago: (singing) Ohh, I don't need nobody else. I'll never fail, I'll cover my own tail.
  • (On the next line, Iago flies off, evading several people who try to grab him and he lands on the back of an elephant. Several other animals, which include pigeons, camels, sheep and ducks dance with him. Then he slides off the elephant's trunk and resumes his dance)
  • Iago: (singing) I can take care of myself! You know, it just don't pay to give a hoot. I'm givin' all my heart. What do I get? The boot! I'm through with that, I'm flappin' free. From here on in, I'm lookin' out for meeeee!
  • (As the song ends, Iago is hit with a watermelon and splatters against a wall, covered in juice and in GREAT pain. Omar and the other shopkeepers walk away, shaking their fists at the thieving parrot)
  • Omar: Steal from us again, and your scrawny body will be DINNER FOR THE JACKALS!
  • Iago: (moans) No problem.
  • (Then he slides off the wall and onto the ground, smashing into some pottery)
  • (Cut to marketplace, day. The flying object is revealed to be Aladdin and Abu. He takes the loot he stole from Abis Mal and throws it to the ground below)
  • Abu: Huh?
  • (Aladdin continues to sprinkle the gold down on the grateful Agrabanians. Abu, willing to keep the treasure, freaks out and drapes himself over the sack, refusing to go hunting)
  • Abu: No! No!
  • Aladdin: Abu!
  • Abu: What?!
  • Aladdin: We're not the ones who need this money.
  • (Aladdin throws a gold stick down, and it is caught by the old man, who grins happily. Receiving some of the gold is a poor woman and her children. They rejoice at their newfound fortune)
  • Poor Mother: A miracle.
  • Agrabah Citizen #1: Rain on me!
  • Agrabah Citizen #2: Gold from the heavens!
  • (Meanwhile, Abu dejectedly flicks a small emerald to the ground. Then Aladdin takes the jeweled flower from his vest)
  • Aladdin: Don't worry, Abu. I'm not throwing everything.
  • Abu: (triumphantly) Yes!
  • (Aladdin holds up the rose as he looks at it)
  • Aladdin: This is for Jasmine.
  • Abu: (shocked) No!
  • (Carpet makes his road up to the palace towers. Meanwhile, Aladdin lands on one of the palace's balconies, and immediately winces at something off-screen)
  • Aladdin: Whoa!
  • (The off-screen fact is revealed to be Rajah, Jasmine's pet tiger, who growls at the street rat and his pet monkey)
  • Abu: Uh-oh!
  • (Rajah advances on Aladdin, not fond of his intrusion and gets ready to attack. Aladdin stretches his arms in front of him to try and calm the ferocious tiger)
  • Aladdin: Easy, Rajah. You know me...Aladdin?
  • (Rajah jumps on him, and eventually recognizing the street rat, licks his face affectionately)
  • Aladdin: Okay, Rajah, okay. I'm glad to see you too!
  • (Rajah gets off of Aladdin, and Abu sighs in relief, knowing that the tiger won't try to cut them to pieces. Aladdin gets up and recomposes himself)
  • (After Aladdin gets up and straightens himself up, he looks at his friends)
  • Aladdin: Ahem. How do I look?
  • (Rajah and Abu look at Aladdin confusedly, not knowing how he can look any different than before being pounced)
  • Jasmine: (off-screen) I think you look fine.
  • (Aladdin turns and sees Jasmine coming out of her room, making him grin)
  • Aladdin: Jasmine!
  • Jasmine: (to Aladdin) Where were you? I missed you.
  • Aladdin: I had to...pick up a few things. This is for you.
  • (Everyone gasps silently at the jeweled flower, and even Jasmine is amazed)
  • Jasmine: Oh, Aladdin! It's lovely.
  • Abu: (imitating Jasmine) "It's lovely!"
  • Jasmine: (kisses Aladdin) It must've cost a fortune!
  • Aladdin: Oh, no. It was a steal!
  • (Jasmine places the jeweled flower in a vase in her room, and Abu eyes it through a window)
  • Jasmine: Father wants you to join us for dinner tonight. He's going to make a royal announcement.
  • Aladdin: And he wants me there?
  • Jasmine: It's about you.
  • Aladdin: Am I in trouble?
  • Jasmine: Let's just say...this is a dinner you don't want to miss!
  • (Abu, who is hiding under Jasmine's vanity, reaches up and tries to take the jeweled flower, but gets a lily instead)
  • Aladdin: Jasmine, what's going on?
  • Jasmine: I promised Father I wouldn't spoil his surprise. You've made quite an impression, you know.
  • (Abu reaches up again, and this time, he actually gets the jeweled flower. But before he can drag it back under, Rajah puts out a paw and stops him. The monkey peeks out, and seeing the tiger growling at him, looks at him hesitantly)
  • Aladdin: So...I'm not in trouble.
  • Jasmine: Of course not. You defeated Jafar, saved Agrabah, and rescued a princess. Aladdin, you are a hero.
  • Aladdin: Yeah, I guess so. That's me. Ready for anything! (sees Rajah chasing Abu, who has got the jeweled flower) Abu!
  • (Abu runs up a curtain and blows a raspberry at Rajah, thinking he is out of the tiger's reach, but the latter pulls on it with his mouth and the monkey falls off. Then he bounces off of Carpet and into a powder case, spraying it all over him and Aladdin)
  • Jasmine: (chuckles) You may want to change before dinner, though.
  • (Abu holds up the jeweled flower to show it's unharmed, but Aladdin just looks at him sternly)
  • (Fade to the palace gates. Sitting on top and looking down is none other than Iago, who, since his little musical number from chapter one, is bemoaning his mournful predicament)
  • Iago: Seems like only yesterday. Jafar was runnin' Agrabah. And I was his right-hand bird. (frustrated, at Aladdin) But then he had to go and mess things up! Now, I'm stuck on the outside lookin' in. I gotta get back into the palace... back into power!
  • (Cut to the palace, front door. Aladdin is dressed in his Prince Ali outfit, and along with Abu dressed similarly, gets ready for a stroll in the marketplace)
  • Aladdin: Well, my dear Abu, shall we see what the common folk are doing today?
  • Abu: Let's go!
  • Aladdin: (laughs) We have time for a stroll before our audience with the Sultan.
  • (Meanwhile, as they begin their walk, Iago looks down and is shocked to see that Aladdin and Abu now reside in the palace)
  • Iago: The street rat is living in the palace now?! (outraged) Gah! That does it! All reports are in; life is now officially unfair! (suddenly gets an idea) Wait! Wait a second here! This is perfect! (flies off the gates and onto the ground toward where Aladdin and Abu are) That kid is my ticket back into power. (smears dust all over him to look like he has been through a fight) I'll just get Aladdin on my side with a little sympathy act. Then I'll be back in the palace again quicker than you can say "Easy Street." (wearily) Aladdin!
  • Aladdin: Huh?
  • Iago: (crawling on the ground) Kid...finally...got free...of...Jafar. (coughs)
  • Aladdin: Iago! What are you doing here?
  • Iago: Where are you? Getting dark...hold me...
  • (Aladdin, not fooled by the parrot's facade, tries to grab him and he immediately flies up)
  • Iago: Hey, I meant gentle-like!
  • Aladdin: You're not fooling anyone!
  • (Aladdin tries to make a catch for Iago while he tries to plead his case and get his sympathy)
  • Iago: No, wait, I'm serious! I was under Jafar's power! He mesmerized me with his snake staff! (makes himself look like Jafar's staff) Just like the Sultan.
  • (Abu tries to grab Iago, but misses. Iago flies off with Aladdin in pursuit, trying to nab him and bring him to justice)
  • Aladdin: You traitor, you!
  • (Suddenly, all three of them run smack into a familiar face; one of Abis Mal's men. He looks up to see that Mal is also there with the thief he bumped into, plus two more of his men, looking down and attempting to remember Aladdin in his current outfit)
  • Abis Mal: You...look familiar.
  • Both Thieves: (annoyed) It's Aladdin.
  • Abis Mal: (surprised) Where?! It is? I knew that! Hurt him a lot! Hurt him, and his monkey, and his bird, too!
  • (Over on their end, Aladdin jumps out of the road of Mal's men and backs against a stack of barrels. Aladdin bumps the stack, and the two of them fall on the first two thieves. The third just barges through and tries to cut him, but Aladdin uses a barrel as a shield. Then he throws the barrel at the thief, and it breaks on Thief #1, who raises his sword to stab Iago)
  • Thief #1: Treacherous parrot!
  • Iago: Look, I'm not with him!
  • (Thief #1 chases after Iago. Aladdin grabs a wooden pole from a broken stand and uses it to defend himself. Thief #1, still chasing Iago, is soon interrupted by the two other thieves landing on him)
  • Iago: Monkey, help! They're after me!
  • (Mal, brandishing a fish, raises it and pounces on Iago, wrecking the stand. On Aladdin's end, he is still using the wooden pole he snatched to defend himself, but soon it splits in two. Mal's men advance on him menacingly)
  • Thief #3: You won't dance out of this one!
  • (Iago, who is stuck in a watermelon by his head, pulls himself out)
  • Iago: That's it! Now I'm mad!
  • (Mal, stuck with his fish in his mouth and tangled in debris, spits it out and gets up to fight. He only takes two steps before slipping on the very bread he took. Meanwhile, two of Mal's men have Aladdin hostage while Thief #3 gets ready to eviscerate him. However, Iago is perched on a balcony, ready to make his move)
  • Iago: Mess with this bird, huh?
  • (The parrot nudges a planter with a palm tree in it onto a board where Mal is lying, and it catapults him into his own men, bowling over him and freeing Aladdin. Then they land in a chicken cart, complete with eggs)
  • Iago: And I got MORE where that came from!
  • Abu: Paah!
  • Egg Merchant: My eggs...ruined! Who will pay for them?
  • Abis Mal: (annoyed) Oh, go away.
  • Egg Merchant: Guards! Guards!
  • (Abis Mal and the thieves look up in alarm to see Razoul and his men arriving)
  • Razoul: What is the trouble here?
  • Fazal: (pointing at Abis Mal) It is that thief, Abis Mal!
  • (Soon however, Thief #1 pulls on the horse's reins pulling the egg cart, as it rides off with Mal and his men on board. Razoul and the other guards chase after them)
  • Abis Mal: Whoa!
  • Razoul: After them!
  • Iago: Jerks.
  • Aladdin: Um...thanks for your help. You saved me.
  • Iago: I did? Right! Oh, yeah! Of course I saved you! It's my nature. I'm always rescuing things. Cats, babies, guys like you, always rescuing.
  • (Abu, still not willing to trust Iago despite him saving Aladdin's life, wraps him in Aladdin's turban)
  • Iago: Hey, what's goin' on?! Is this any way to treat your rescuer?!
  • (As Iago's speaking, Aladdin thinks for a moment)
  • Iago: You owe me, pal! I saved your life!
  • (Abu is about to bean Iago with what looks like a sausage, but Aladdin stops him in despair after realizing Iago's right about owing him for the rescue)
  • Aladdin: Abu, wait! (sighs) He's right. I do owe him.
  • Abu: Huh?
  • Aladdin: I'll see that the Sultan gives him a fair hearing.
  • Iago: (shocked) WHAT?!
  • (Cut to the palace garden. He is locked up in a birdcage, and tries to fly out, but gets his beak stuck)
  • Iago: The Sultan?!
  • Aladdin: (locks the cage) Don't worry, I'll talk to him. Soften him up a little.
  • Iago: Are you kidding? He hates me! (pulls his beak out) And what about the PRINCESS?!
  • Aladdin: Hmm? No problem. I just have to make sure that Jasmine doesn't see you, until I've gotten her prepared.
  • (Little does he know, but Jasmine has heard every word he said)
  • Jasmine: Gotten me prepared for what?
  • Aladdin: (surprised and hesitant) Ah! I mean…uh, um, for the…for the…for the stain...Abu got on the brand new vest you gave him.
  • Abu: I did not!
  • Jasmine: I don't see a stain.
  • Aladdin: (walks off with Jasmine) Uh, well, no problem, then. Off to dinner. Can't wait for that surprise.
  • Jasmine: (to Aladdin) Is something wrong?
  • Aladdin: (stammers) What? Wrong? Oh, c'mon! No, no, no, everything's just fine.
  • Jasmine: (suggestively) You aren't…hiding anything from me, are you? Any more...secrets?
  • Aladdin: S-s-s-s-secrets? (clears throat) Of course not! I almost you once that way. I'll never make that mistake again.
  • Both: What?
  • (At that moment, the ground begins to shake. Everyone looks around to see what's going on. Then a whirlpool of water appears down on the pool and makes a very artistic and big splash, along with everyone huddling together. Suddenly, the source of the disturbance is revealed to be…Genie wearing a Hawaiian shirt, hat, surfboard, bags of souvenirs and a luau necklace, having come back from his vacation. He jumps off from the wave with Aladdin and Jasmine grinning at his return)
  • Genie: He's big, he's blue, he's back! (breaks the fourth wall with his face getting closer to the audience)
  • (They both lean in to hug him, but as they do so, his skin suddenly turns red)
  • Aladdin: Genie!
  • Jasmine: You came back!
  • Genie: OOH! AH!! OH!!! WATCH THE SUNBURN!!!! (turns back to his usual blue color) HA!!!!! Joking! Did you miss me? Be honest. (to Abu) Take care of these, my good mammal.
  • (Genie hands Abu his luggage, and the monkey falls to the ground from the immense weight)
  • Abu: Whoa!
  • Genie: Careful, they're heavy! Hang on, I've got souvenirs for everybody!
  • (He hands several souvenirs to everyone, which is the following; Aladdin; a sombrero from Mexico, Jasmine; a small totem pole from South Dakota, USA, Abu; a baseball cap, a pennant and a hot dog and Carpet; a dancing hula girl statue)
  • Genie: Whoo! She dances!
  • Aladdin: (takes off his sombrero) You saw the whole world already?
  • Genies: (as four "It's a Small World" figures) It's a small world after all. (speaking) But Agrabah has something that no other place in the world has. (as a red firework rocket with Aladdin and Jasmine riding on him and blasting off from Agrabah to the world) You guuuuuys! (breaks into song) I parachuted down into the Taj Mahal. I've roller-bladed all along the Great, Great Wall! I even a-made the famous Leaning Tower fall, but who was with me through it all? Nobody! (as a bear-like fashion) The Moscow Circus hired me to fly trapeze. On Mount Olympus, ran a race with Hercules. (in a toga, chased by frustrated bees) It's easy when you're chased by...KILLER BEES! Who said gesundheit when I sneezed? ACHOO! (emerging from a taxi in New York City) So now I'm home, home again with you. (as the sun) You chase the clouds away, whenever I am blue.
  • Aladdin: (speaking) You're always blue.
  • Genie: (as a sarcophagus, then a green-skinned mummy) Land of the pyramids, I highly recommend. (appears in front of the Pyramid of Giza with Aladdin and Jasmine's faces in the statues) There is nothing in the world quite like a friend! Slept like a baby in Bombay on a bed of nails. (appears in Aladdin's hands as a belly dancer) Moroccans dug my daring Dance of Seven Veils. (as a fisherman throwing a whale out of a fishbowl) Why, single-handedly, I even saved the whales! No one was there to hear my tales! Boo-hoo-hoo-hoo! (as a pinata, then a mariachi musician with Aladdin and Jasmine) In Acapulco, joined a Mariachi band. (as an old prospector riding a rubber raft into a trumpet Aladdin is playing) I rode the ragin' rapids down the Rio Grande! Flew in an air balloon, but when I tried to land, (as a pilot) nobody laughed or lent a hand.
  • (Everyone in the balloon suddenly falls out with Genie saluting all the road, then appearing in a safari outfit)
  • Genie: (sings) Without you, the Amazon is just a trickle. (as an Eskimo) Without you, the Sahara's not so hot. (as a faucet) Without you, Niagara Falls is just a leaky faucet. The QE2 is just some yacht.
  • (Genie breaks a bottle over a yacht, but appears as it sails toward a balcony in the palace with Aladdin and Jasmine aboard. In a second, he appears on deck as the yacht drops anchor)
  • Genie: (singing) Now that I'm home, home again, it's clear. All I ever wanted seems to be right here. (grows two more heads) I've traveled...
  • Left Genie head: (singing) East.
  • Right Genie head: (singing) And west.
  • All 3 heads: (singing) And now I'm back again!
  • Genie: (lassos Aladdin and Jasmine) And there's nothing in the world quite like a friend.
  • Aladdin: (singing) There's nothing in the world.
  • Jasmine: (singing) Nothing in the whole wide world.
  • All: (singing) There is nothing in the world quite like a frieeeeend!
  • Genie: (spins a globe in his hand) Nothin' in the whole wide world!
  • Aladdin: So Genie, how does it feel to be free?
  • Genie: (dryly) Seriously? (emotionally) I LOVE it!
  • (He stretches upward, but there is a loud crack as his back goes out)
  • Genie: OK, maybe my powers aren't what they used to be. Let's say they're semi-phenomenal, nearly cosmic, (shrinking down to toy-size) but don't sell me short. I may be free, but I still have some magic in me. (as a magician) I can still do this! (makes a bouquet of flowers appear, but one attaches to his face and sucks it off; muffled) Hey, you! (retrieves his face and puts it back on) Hate to lose face in front of you guys. Give me another chance. (conjures up a box used to saw a person in half) Who's first? I can do this!
  • Aladdin: Um, Genie, we have to go to...
  • Jasmine: (realizes) Dinner! We're late!
  • Genie: (disappointed) Oh, you probably have a romantic dinner for two planned. You don't need a big blue lug gummin' up the works.
  • Aladdin: But, Genie...
  • Genie: Three's a crowd. You kids go on.
  • Jasmine: Genie, I would be honored if you'd join us for dinner.
  • Genie: (happy) You would? C'mon, everyone! Get in here! Home cookin'? Let's go!
  • Abu: Oh, boy!
  • Aladdin: Not you, Abu. You have a job to do, remember?
  • Abu: Huh?
  • Aladdin: You have to guard Iago!
  • Abu: (disappointed) Oh!
  • (Aladdin walks off, and Genie appears in front of him as a cowboy)
  • Genie: Giddy-up, slow-poke. What's keepin' ya?
  • Aladdin: Nothin'! (pauses) Well, something but, I'll tell ya later.
  • (Fade to desert, the well where Iago threw Jafar's lamp, night. Abis Mal and his men are recuperating from their skirmish with Aladdin. With him is Abis Mal, who is pulling on a rope coming out of the well)
  • Abis Mal: That stinking Aladdin. First chance I get, I'll slice him in half.
  • (But contrary to Mal's words, his men are standing at the bottom of the sand dune, watching their soon-to-be former leader and growing tired of his incompetence and greed)
  • Thief #1: That stinking Abis Mal.
  • Thief #2: First chance we get, let's slice him in half.
  • Abis Mal: Hey, get over here and wash up! It's bad enough I have to look at ya without havin' to smell ya.
  • Thief #2: Come. We do it now. No witnesses.
  • (Mal splashes some water from the well collected in a bucket over his head to wash up. However, that isn't all that comes out, as Jafar's lamp conks him on the head. He picks it up)
  • Abis Mal: Ow! What is this? So help me, I'll SUE whoever runs this well! A lamp? (chuckling) Well, well... it might be worth a few sheckles once it's cleaned up.
  • (But as he rubs it, Mal's men raise their swords, eventually ready to do away with their ex-leader)
  • Thief #2: It will be of little use to you Abis Mal! Except to light your way... in the Valley of the Dead!
  • (But before Mal's men have a chance to respond, Jafar's lamp starts to spew red smoke and in anticipation of a disaster or evil spirit, they mount their horses and run like the dickens)
  • Thief #2: It is bewitched!
  • (As the smoke starts to take shape, Jafar's evil laughing fills the air, and he eventually appears in his genie form. Mal, however, looks up, somewhat hesitant, who just looks in confusion, having never seen a genie before, let alone one like Jafar. His lines in his genie form will be in all caps)
  • Jafar: I AM FREE! FREE TO EXACT VENGEANCE UPON HE WHO HAS IMPRISONED ME...
  • (But as he flies off, his golden cuffs glow and hold him in place, preventing him from going any further. As he turns around, he sees that his lamp is also glowing)
  • Jafar: IT IS THE CURSE OF THE LAMP! ALL THE POWER IN THE UNIVERSE, AND I AM BOUND BY THE RULES OF THE GENIE!! WHICH MEANS, I CAN'T KILL THAT UPSTART ALADDIN! (suddenly realizes Mal may be of some use to him after all) UNLESS -- I HAVE SOMEONE ARRANGE IT FOR ME... TAKE ME TO AGRABAH AT ONCE!!
  • (Mal, still afraid within an inch of his life, just winces away and gibbers like an idiot)
  • Jafar: I SUPPOSE I AM A BIT TOO MUCH FOR HIS LIMITED MIND.
  • (He transforms to a much less intimidating form, similar to his Royal Vizier outfit)
  • Jafar: I trust you'll find me a little less overwhelming now?
  • Abis Mal: (still hesitant) You're...a genie?
  • Jafar: (sarcastically) You are astonishingly perceptive.
  • Abis Mal: Um, eh, uh, if you're a genie, then, eh, don't I get... wishes?
  • Jafar: Yes, three wishes. That is a minor formality. But first, I must go to Agrabah. You will take the lamp there for me.
  • Abis Mal: Then, uh... (clears throat) you need me. I'll, uh, take you to Agrabah, but first, I want my wishes.
  • (This just infuriates Jafar, and he shoots laser beams at Mal, and he raises a hand against the terrified thief for his affrontery)
  • Jafar: Why, you...! (realizes there may be a way to get Mal to help him) You shall have your wishes.
  • Abis Mal: I shall? I mean, of course I shall! (laughs gleefully) Oh, I want...I want riches, treasure! Let's see, I know, uh...I wish for the legendary sunken treasure ship of Coeur du Mer!
  • Jafar: Your wish is my command.
  • (Mal's wish for the sunken treasure ship of Coeur du Mer is granted, but not the way he expected, as he is actually teleported there and an octopus' tentacle grabs him, leaving him at the mercy of a shark. However, before it can make a meal out of him, Jafar blocks the shark away)
  • Jafar: (holding Abis Mal like a baby and pushing him) Poor sweet baby. Aren't we enjoying our wish?
  • (Mal just gurgles with water in his mouth, and afraid of the vicious sea creatures about to eviscerate him, clearly not enjoying the wish)
  • Jafar: Perhaps you wish me to return you to the desert?
  • Abis Mal: (gurgles) Ye-ee-ee-es!
  • Jafar: Very well.
  • (He teleports Mal back into the desert, and he spits the water out of his mouth)
  • Jafar: That was two wishes. (to Abis Mal) Take your time with the third... or you will wish you had never been born!
  • (Mal gulps hesitantly, the thought of being wished out of existence being even scarier than being eaten alive)
  • Jafar: On the other hand, if you cooperate with me, I will see that you are amply rewarded.
  • Abis Mal: Rewarded?
  • Jafar: First, you will help me get revenge on a certain street rat by the name of... Aladdin!
  • Abis Mal: (gasps at the mention of the street rat's name and remembers the skirmish in his hideout) Aladdin?! I want revenge on him too! He robbed me, turned my men against me... and he fought dirty! My brilliant swordsmanship availed me naught. (cuts his pants down with his sword, exposing his underwear) Ohh, I-I hate when I do that.
  • Jafar: (catching Mal by the shirt) Let's not be too hasty, my simpleminded friend. It's not enough that we simply destroy Aladdin. (drops him on the ground) After all... there are things so much worse than DEATH!
  • (Fades to the palace, dining room. Aladdin, Jasmine and the Sultan are seated around a table with Genie, dressed as a chef's hat about to serve dinner)
  • Genie: OK, prepare yourselves for a real culinary treat.
  • (He starts chopping vegetables in mid-air, while Genie does so making karate sounds. The Sultan laughs with joy at the hilarious scene and Genie's chucklesome antics)
  • Sultan: Oh-ho-ho-ho, my!
  • (Suddenly, there is a loud snick)
  • Genie: Whoopsie.
  • (Genie's hand, however, just gets up and performs a tap-dance routine)
  • Sultan: Most amusing!
  • Genie: Amusing... right. 'Scuse me while I... pull myself together.
  • Sultan: (laughs) Absolutely delightful! (clears throat) Now, to business. Aladdin, you have proven to be a man of strong moral character. That is why I've decided to make you my new royal vizier.
  • Aladdin: Me? Really?!
  • Jasmine: Isn't it wonderful?
  • Genie: (appearing in a tux and top hat) Wow! Royal vizier! (poofs Aladdin into one as well, and slicks back his hair) Aladdin would like to thank the Academy for this great honor!
  • (As Genie shakes Aladdin's hand and gives him a trophy shaped like him, the latter's hair goes back to its original style)
  • Genie: (as a vendor, waving shirts with Aladdin's face on them) You want 'em? We got 'em! Royal vizier t-shirts! (as a herald, poofing Aladdin back to his Prince Ali outfit with a scepter) All hail Aladdin, the royal vizier! So, uh... what's a royal vizier?
  • Sultan: Well...he will be my most trusted advisor.
  • Genie: (back to normal) Well, that makes sense. (scoffs) He's bound to be better than that (turns his head to Jafar's) Jafar character!
  • Sultan: Quite so!
  • Genie: And Iago. Talk about a rat with wings!
  • (Aladdin's eyes widen in alarm while hearing the former blue genie mention the parrot's name)
  • Aladdin: Uh, Genie?
  • Genie: That bird was mean! (as Iago with a cracker) Sultan want a cracker? Sultan want a cracker?! (turns back into himself) Remember that?
  • Sultan: I can still taste them, the traitor!
  • Genie: Yes, sir! You don't see this guy hangin' out with any evil parrots!
  • Aladdin: Uh, it's funny you should mention Iago.
  • (Cut to the palace garden, night. Iago is still in his cage with Abu guarding him, clearly not enjoying a moment of it. Suddenly, the parrot gets an idea)
  • Iago: Oh, oh, monkey! (makes monkey noises) C'mon, monkey. Little birdie want to talk to monkey, have nice banana. (makes more monkey noises) Birdie get monkey a pretty banana if monkey open cage. Yum, yum!
  • Abu: (skeptical) Yeah, yeah, yeah.
  • Iago: (pleading) C'mon! I've got a wife and three eggs! Imagine them hatching, never knowing their daddy.
  • (As Iago begs for Abu to release him, the latter sees Rajah prowling the courtyard. Getting an idea at how to keep the bird in check, he smiles)
  • Iago: (still pleading) C'mon, open the cage! Open it! Open it! Open it!
  • (Abu opens the door)
  • Iago: Yeah, that's more like it. Ah! (sees Rajah growling at him, and changes his mind) Close the cage! Close it! Close it! Close it!
  • (But it doesn't help, as Rajah lunges at the cage and breaks it on contact. Iago wriggles his road out, and flies into the palace for his life)
  • Abu: Uh-oh!
  • Iago: Your monkey's tryin' to kill me! I saved your life! It's payback time, Aladdin!
  • (Abu pulls on Rajah's tail to try and get him to stop, but the tiger is too strong for him)
  • Iago: (from outside) Whoa! Aladdiiiiin!
  • (Rajah bursts into the room, unable to stop before he and Abu run smack into the table. Jasmine looks sternly at her pet)
  • Jasmine: Rajah! You know better than to tear around the palace like that!
  • (As she reprimands Rajah, his mouth opens to reveal Iago is inside. Aladdin, in an attempt to save face, holds it closed)
  • Iago: HEEELLLPPP! Hey!
  • Sultan: So, Aladdin... why did you bring up that deceitful parrot?
  • Aladdin: (hesitantly) Uh, Sultan, I have to tell you something about Iago.
  • (As he's speaking, Iago, from inside Rajah's mouth, tickles his nose, causing him to sneeze the parrot out. Aladdin gulps, knowing he has been caught)
  • Aladdin: He's... here?
  • Sultan: (gasps) Iago! Guards!
  • (At that moment, Razoul dashes in to see what's going on)
  • Aladdin: No, wait! You don't understand!
  • Sultan: Get that bird!
  • Razoul: (grins happily at the sight of doing away with Iago) Yes, your Highness. It would be my PLEASURE!
  • (Razoul raises his sword, and Iago winces in fright. But Aladdin, still determined to explain himself and the parrot's presence, stops him)
  • Aladdin: No, Sultan! No!
  • Razoul: Move out of my way, BOY!
  • Aladdin: You don't understand! (snatches Razoul's sword) Just listen! I have a...
  • Razoul: Your Highness!
  • Sultan: (sternly) I trust he has a fitting explanation for this...t-this scandal?
  • Jasmine: (also sternly) He had better.
  • Aladdin: (stutters) Your Highness, I…I think Iago was......uh…
  • Iago: (whispers) Mesmerized.
  • Aladdin: Yeah, yeah! He was under Jafar's spell. Remember the snake staff?
  • (The Sultan and Jasmine just frown at him, obviously not buying the implausible story)
  • Aladdin: Iago was only......uh…um…look, I just…Iago's not all that bad. Uh, at least, I don't think so any matter.
  • Iago: Shoulda stuck with the snake staff defense.
  • Sultan: (shocked) Not all bad? He only served my greatest enemy, that's all!
  • Razoul: We can't allow that traitorous bird to run FREE!
  • Aladdin: Then I'll watch him! Uh, your Highness, I meant, uh, with your permission, I'd like to take full responsibility for Iago.
  • Iago: (skeptical) You would?
  • Sultan: (unsure, to Aladdin) Your priorities seem questionable to me, but, so be it. Aladdin, you will watch Iago every moment.
  • (The Sultan walks off and Razoul frowns at Aladdin, still not completely trusting of him, if at all before now)
  • Razoul: And if the bird makes one wrong move, you shall be the one I PLUCK, boy!
  • (Then Razoul and his men leave the room)
  • Genie: Eh, that could've gone worse.
  • (Aladdin sighs as he sits back down in his seat, not seeing Jasmine at a pillar nearby, looking upset at him)
  • Aladdin: Ugh, Jasmine, I thought I was sunk.
  • Iago: (fearful) Ooh, not good! (flies off to avoid Jasmine)
  • Jasmine: You were hiding Iago all along, weren't you?!
  • Genie: I think it just got worse.
  • Aladdin: Well, yes, but...
  • Jasmine: How could you? More secrets? More lies? Aladdin, I thought you had changed.
  • Aladdin: Jasmine, wait! Eh, back in the marketplace, Iago...he…
  • (Jasmine just runs off and locks the palace doors, unwilling to hear any more of his excuses)
  • Aladdin: He saved my life. (picks up his turban and sighs defeatedly) Some grand vizier I'm gonna make. Everybody's mad at me.
  • Genie: Hey, Jasmine's just a little... (turns his head into a Mrs. Potts-like fashion) steamed. She'll cool down. (as Johnny Mac) Care for a cup? (as himself) Aw, this isn't cheering you up, is it? (tries to give it to Abu, but the monkey, who clearly doesn't like tea, refuses to do his job)
  • Aladdin: I don't get it, Genie. I try to do something good and it…it-it blows up in my face!
  • (Aladdin walks off into the garden to contemplate the mess he has gotten himself in, thanks to Iago. The others look mournfully at their friend, and feel very sorry for him)
  • Genie: (sighs) That's the problem with doing the right thing. Sometimes you do it by yourself.
  • Iago: (to himself) That kid saved my life. Nobody's ever looked out for me before. Now it's - it's like I owe him. NAH!
  • Genie: (as Jiminy Cricket) Just let your conscience be your guide.
  • Iago: Conscience? Never had one. Never!
  • (Iago tries to fly away, but Genie intercepts him as a jack-in-the-box, and frightening the bird out of his wits)
  • Genie: WOCKA-WOCKA-WOCKA!
  • Iago: Whew! What are you tryin' to do, gimme a heart attack?
  • Genie: (as a doctor) Aha, you do have a heart! (showing Iago's x-ray) An itty-bitty one, but it is there.
  • (Then Genie teleports Iago to the palace garden with sparkling magic)
  • Iago: Can you quit with the hocus pocus already?
  • Genie: Look at him. Will it kill you to do something nice for him?
  • Iago: (wiggling out of Genie's arms) Possibly. I don't do "nice".
  • Genie: Oh, c'mon! It'll be fun! (makes a jack-in-the-box-like fashion with two yellow flags, red eyes with spirals and spinning hair plus checkered teeth)
  • Iago: I don't do fun, either!
  • Genie: (clones himself) We have to get Al and the princess (merges into one) back together!
  • Iago: Look, I certainly don't do mushy stuff! It's not me!
  • Genie: I know, but it's going to be tricky.
  • Iago: (delighted) Tricky is good. Tricky I can do.
  • (Fade to Jasmine's room. She is laying face-down on her bed, weeping after being let down by Aladdin. Just then, Iago comes to her balcony)
  • Iago: C'mon, Princess! Don't waste your tears on him.
  • Jasmine: You! Get out of here!
  • (She throws a bread roll at Iago, and Jasmine shuts her curtains on him, willing nothing to do with Jafar's former henchbird, especially since he destroyed her faith in Aladdin, but the bird is existent)
  • Iago: Hey, don't take it out on me! He's the creep. I never should have saved his life.
  • Jasmine: Saved his life? (opening her curtains to Iago)
  • Iago: Yeah, he owed me one. That's why he stood up for me.
  • Jasmine: But he didn't have to lie to me.
  • Iago: You are so right.
  • (At this moment, Iago starts his reverse-psychology ploy, prompting the song "Forget About Love" to begin)
  • Iago: (sings) Forget about that guy, forget about the fashion you fell into his eyes. (stares into Jasmine's eyes until he falls off her couch) Forget about his charms. (shows Jasmine a picture of Aladdin, and she pushes it down) Forget about the fashion he held you into his arms, walking on air's obnoxious.
  • (Jasmine tries to hit him with her pillow)
  • Iago: The thrills, the chills will make you nauseous. And you'll never get enough, just forget about love.
  • (Jasmine hits him with a pillow, speaking to Genie)
  • Iago: She's buying it! Now make with the magic!
  • (Jasmine looks wistfully at Aladdin's picture, wondering if she shall break up with him. Suddenly, Genie comes in and knocks a vase over, but she catches it)
  • Iago: Forget about romance, forget about the fashion your heart begins to dance.
  • (As Jasmine takes a whiff of the flower, an image of Aladdin appears in her mirror)
  • Aladdin: Jasmine.
  • (Jasmine whips around, and starts to realize she may have been too hard on Aladdin. Just then, Iago snatches the flower and she chases him to her balcony, seeing a mournful-looking Aladdin)
  • Iago: Then you feel the blush, if he's spouting out some sentimental mush. (on Jasmine's shoulder) Love really is revolting, it's even worse than if you're molting. (starts tearing out his feathers) Enough of this fluff, just forget about love.
  • Jasmine: (singing) I had almost forgotten the fashion it felt, if he held out his hand for mine. My heart's all-a flutter.
  • Iago: Oh, how I shudder.
  • Jasmine: The first time we kissed.
  • Iago: It won't be missed, forget about his touch.
  • Jasmine: (running back towards her room) I can't forget about his touch.
  • Iago: In the scheme of facts, it doesn't matter many.
  • Jasmine: It matters so many.
  • Iago: You're better on your own, a meal becomes a banquet if you eat alone.
  • (Jasmine runs down some stairs and stops in front of a mirror to fix her hair. Suddenly, she grabs Iago and spins him around. Then she runs out into the garden with Iago following close behind)
  • Both: Love's filled with compromises.
  • Iago: And don't you hate these big surprises?
  • (Jasmine suddenly finds herself on Carpet, and Genie throws some firefly-like manners toward her, which collect on her headpiece)
  • Jasmine: (singing) A cozy appointment.
  • Iago: Oh, please.
  • Jasmine: (singing) Candlelight for two.
  • Iago: Oh, yeesh.
  • Jasmine: Look, you're calling her bluff, she can't forget about love.
  • Iago: (overlapping) Just forget about love.
  • (The lights fly off of Jasmine and toward Aladdin. He looks up and sees Jasmine running towards him)
  • Aladdin: Uh, Jasmine, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have kept Iago a secret. Please, I have to save him!
  • Jasmine: (singing) I can't forget about my heart.
  • Aladdin: (singing) I can't forget about my heart.
  • Jasmine: And how it felt to fall for you right from the start.
  • Aladdin: I'm yet falling.
  • Jasmine: (splashes him) Whatever we may do.
  • Aladdin: However we may do.
  • Jasmine: You are here for me and I'll be there for you.
  • Aladdin: (picks her up) I'll be there.
  • Both: To wish, to want, to wander, to find the sun through rain and thunder.
  • (As they sing, Genie drifts over to the fountain with an annoyed Iago getting wet with the spouting water)
  • Aladdin: A cozy appointment.
  • Jasmine: Yes, please.
  • Aladdin: Candlelight for two.
  • Iago: (interrupting and attempting to get out of Genie's arms) Oh, sheesh! Enough is enough.
  • Both: We can't forget about loooooOOOOVE!!!!
  • (Meanwhile, Abis Mal climbs to the top of the palace wall. Mal pulls out a rope and begins to climb down. But just as he's a foot away from the ground, the rope breaks and he falls to the ground)
  • Abis Mal: (rubs Jafar's lamp) We did it! We're in!
  • Jafar: (emerging) It's about time. It was getting hot. How very like Iago. He's lost no time endearing himself to these in power. Which fits in perfectly with my plan.
  • (Meanwhile, Aladdin is still trying to apologize to Jasmine for his blunder, although she has obviously forgotten him)
  • Aladdin: I'm sorry, Jasmine.
  • Jasmine: Shh.
  • (Aladdin and Jasmine suddenly look behind them to see Genie staring at them)
  • Genie: Ah, love. Don't mind us.
  • Aladdin: Yes, well, this is kind of a special MOMENT?
  • Genie: Right. Got it. Say no more. Enough said. Roger. Over and out.
  • (Suddenly, Genie appears and clones himself several times, but they become a film crew)
  • Genie #1: (cameraman) Rolling!
  • Genie #2: (markerboard guy) Marker!
  • Genie #3: (director) Action!
  • Genie #4: (the real one) Today's special moments are tomorrow's memories. Looking great, Jazz. More emotion, Al! Tilt your chin a bit. (sees everyone looking at him and his clones)
  • Iago: (flies in front of the camera) What does he hafta do to make it clear to you lunkheads?! The show's OVER! They wanna be alone! Break it up! (pushes everyone else)
  • Jasmine: Are you sure about him?
  • Iago: Move it, primate! Shoo! Go ahead!
  • (Abu tries to hit Iago, but he tries to bite to Abu like a leopard to chase him away)
  • Iago: That takes care of the peanut gallery. If you need me, I'll be lazing about in the lap of luxury.
  • Aladdin: I'm sure about this.
  • (Aladdin shares a kiss with Jasmine)
  • (Fade to palace interior, day. Iago is lounging on a pile of pillows with several bunches of grapes all around him. He is enjoying living in the palace, surrounded by such good vittles)
  • Iago: Ohh, yeah! Bein' one of the good guys has its advantages. Ah, advisor to Aladdin, the new grand vizier. And when Aladdin becomes Sultan, that will make me the grand vizier. (jumps down and snatches some grapes from a bowl) Only I'm not gonna blow it like that idiot Jafar! (puts them in his mouth) I'll never have to stand in his shadow again.
  • (Suddenly, the lights go out and a spotlight shines on Iago)
  • Iago: (mouth complete) What? (turns around and spits out the grapes in his mouth as he sees who's standing behind him) Jafar! Buddy?
  • (Jafar shoots two fireballs from his eyes, lighting some candles behind him)
  • Iago: (laughs hesitantly and backs away from Jafar) Well, uh, a funny fact happened on the road to the forum. You see, this guy took the lamp. You probably thought it was me, because it sounded a lot like me, but a lot of people sound like me. Anyhow, he took the lamp and..... (sees Jafar's face in a column and shrieks in fear)
  • Jafar: Calm yourself, Iago. I haven't come for revenge against you.
  • Iago: (laughs) Then that's good to hear.
  • Abis Mal: I got it! I could wish for the famed treasure chest of King Malakhan!
  • (Jafar waves a finger, and Mal is suddenly crammed into a golden treasure chest. As he puts Iago down, Mal yells in a panic, trying to get out. Then Jafar motions again, and the chest is poofed away. Mal briefly comes out in its shape before returning to normal and breathing heavily)
  • Jafar: Oh, I am dreadfully sorry. I thought that was your wish. Are you quite alright?
  • Abis Mal: No, I am not quite..
  • Jafar: (interrupting) Wonderful! Good to see all is well. (to Iago) Abis Mal here is my new friend, and I couldn't help noticing that you've made some new friends, too. Like... Aladdin.
  • (Jafar pokes Iago's beak and turns into a Cheshire Cat-like fashion with red eyes and vanishes, leaving Iago somewhat intimidated)
  • Iago: Friend?! Uh, friend is such a strong word. He's, uh, he's more like an acquaintance.
  • Jafar: (appearing again into human form from the candles' flames) I'm arranging a little... surprise for Aladdin... and your job is to lead him to the party!
  • Iago: You know, (shivers) I don't think I'm the guy for this job. You know, you should talk to....uh…uh…the monkey! Yeah! The monkey's really got Aladdin's ear!
  • Jafar: No, Iago...you!
  • (Jafar points a finger on Iago's beak to show his decision is final)
  • (Fade to the palace hall. Iago is pacing back and forth, wondering what to do. He doesn't want to have anything to do with Jafar and end up betraying Aladdin after he stood up for him, but doesn't want to end up as the blue plate special either)
  • Iago: You know, Aladdin, ahem, Al, here's an idea. I was just thinkin'...
  • (Iago turns to see that, in a room near him, Genie, along with Carpet and Abu, are playing a game of pool)
  • Genie: Focus…focus. (says this six more times) Aiming, and…shoot!
  • (Genie shoots so hard, his cue scratches the table and the ball flies off. Abu screeches in fright. They both duck and Iago, who has just flown into the room looking for Aladdin, gets the cue ball lodged in his beak. The force knocks him toward the wall, but Carpet catches him and takes him to Genie)
  • Genie: Oh, ho. I'm sorry, feathered little friend. I'll get that out.
  • Abu: Uh-uh! Ha!
  • (Genie pulls on the ball to get it out of Iago's mouth, but it won't come out)
  • Genie: Oh, it's stuck good. (as a doctor) Cue ball-ectomy! Nurse!
  • (Genie turns Abu into a nurse with fake eyelashes. The monkey throws his nurse hat on the table, refusing that there is no food)
  • Genie: Abu!
  • (Abu tries to take out his eyelashes)
  • Genie: Iago here's our friend now. We can trust him. Now let's get that ball out of his beak. What do you say?
  • Abu: (thinking) Well, uh... OK.
  • (Abu pounds Iago's stomach, forcing the cue ball stuck in his mouth out and it bounces onto the table)
  • Genie: Brilliant, nurse Heimlich!
  • Iago: (coughs and gasps for breath) Thanks…Bobo.
  • Genie: It's Abu.
  • Iago: Whatever.
  • Genie: That's the spirit! We're all one big family now! (gives Abu and Iago a group hug)
  • Iago: Uh, yeah, sure. Family.
  • Abu: Oh, brother.
  • Iago: Well, please, I have to find Al.
  • (Iago flies off to find Aladdin, leaving the boys to continue their game)
  • Genie: (to Carpet) Your shot. Pool's a man's game, so being a rug, you'll be at a disadvan...
  • (As Genie's speaking, Carpet somehow shoots all the balls into the pockets in one shot)
  • Genie: Ah, pool's a dumb game anyway.
  • (Iago goes over to Jasmine's room, where Aladdin is speaking to her)
  • Aladdin: I can't explain it, Jasmine. I think we can trust Iago.
  • Jasmine: Well…then I guess I can give him a chance.
  • Aladdin: (sees Iago sneaking around) Iago?
  • (Iago, seeing that he has been spotted, stops and turns around to speak to Aladdin)
  • Iago: Well…I…I was just thinking.....um…perhaps it's time you patched facts up with the Sultan. He might enjoy....a nice scenic carpet ride?
  • Jasmine: That's a good idea.
  • Aladdin: And I'll bring Genie. He was a big hit with the Sultan.
  • Iago: (frantic) No, no, no! (composing himself) I mean, uh…Genie's…he's too flashy! He's too loud! You'll never get a word in.
  • Jasmine: Good point, Iago. You need some silent time with Father. Let him get to know you.
  • Iago: Yes! And I…I can take you to the perfect spot.
  • Aladdin: Great!
  • Jasmine: C'mon, let's get Father. Just a minute. (to Iago) Iago? This isn't easy for me to say... but I was wrong about you.
  • (She kisses Iago on top of his head. Suddenly, he remembers Jafar's plan)
  • Iago: (groans concernedly) Wait a second!
  • Aladdin: Yes, Iago?
  • (Iago looks up to see Jafar's evil eyes looking at him)
  • Iago: Uh…I'll be along in a minute.
  • (At that moment, Jafar comes out from wherever he is hiding)
  • Jafar: (putting his hands on Iago) Excellent.
  • (Fade to the palace garden, afternoon. Jasmine is escorting the Sultan to Carpet, who has Aladdin there, as Iago has arranged a meeting in an undisclosed location for Aladdin to mend his damaged relationship with him)
  • Jasmine: Give them a chance, Father.
  • Sultan: Oh, I'll try, dearest.
  • Aladdin: After you, Your Highness.
  • (Aladdin stretches out his arms and motions for the Sultan to get on Carpet, him and Iago grinning widely. The Sultan, who is yet unhappy with the parrot, gets on and folds his arms. Then Carpet does a loop-de-loop, and his face brightens. Iago gets on Carpet, and Aladdin comes after)
  • Aladdin: Alright, Carpet, let's go!
  • Sultan: Whoopee!
  • (Carpet flies off and heads for parts unknown while Jasmine waves them a farewell)
  • Jasmine: Have a good time!
  • Genie: (off-screen) Hey, hey! Clear the road!
  • (At that moment, Genie comes running down the path to where Jasmine stands. Genie is dressed in a sports jersey, Bermuda shorts and a straw hat carrying a blanket, a volleyball, an umbrella, a picnic basket and binoculars, from which Abu comes out)
  • Genie: Make room for the picnic boys!
  • Jasmine: They already left, Genie.
  • Genie: (gasps at the mention of being without Aladdin) Without us?!
  • Abu: Without us?
  • Genie: No problem! I'll catch up in a flash!
  • (Genie tries to fly off, but Jasmine stops him)
  • Jasmine: But wait! Without me, as well. Aladdin needs some time alone with Father to patch facts up.
  • Genie: You know what this means, monkey boy? (emotionally) More food for us!
  • Abu: Oh, boy!
  • (Genie throws the picnic basket on the ground, and in an instant, some food appears, which is as follows; a roast chicken, some bread, corn on the cob, a fruit bowl, a hamburger and apple pie. The boys sit down and eat voraciously, stopping only as Jasmine looks disgustedly at their horrible manners. Meanwhile, Jasmine yet stares at Genie and Abu)
  • Genie: (stops eating) I'm sorry. Did you want some?
  • Jasmine: I'm…not hungry just now. You two go ahead.
  • (The girl walks away, and leaves the boys to eat their food again. Fade to the desert. Sultan and Aladdin are flying with Carpet, along with Iago)
  • Sultan: C'mon, my boy! Show me what this fact can really do!
  • (Aladdin pulls on Carpet's front tassels, and he dives toward a river at the bottom of a deep canyon. Then he skims along the water, narrowly avoids a hippo's mouth and flies over some rapids leading to a waterfall. Suddenly, Iago spots something)
  • Iago: That's the spot! On top of the waterfall!
  • (Aladdin goes into another powerful dive. His other passengers hold on as tightly as possible as he flies back up the waterfall)
  • Iago: I'm losing my feathers here!
  • Sultan: You're lucky you haven't lost more than that!
  • (Eventually, Carpet makes a hard stop, bucking Aladdin off. The Sultan, however, has landed on the same tree trunk and is laughing gleefully)
  • Sultan: Oh, what fun!
  • (Aladdin helps the Sultan up, and Iago is revealed to have been underneath him. The parrot moans in pain)
  • Aladdin: Iago, I have to hand it to you. This is a nice place.
  • (Cut to the palace courtyard. Genie, along with Abu, is yet lounging about their picnic)
  • Genie: It doesn't get any better than this, right, Shaggy? (hands Abu some fried chicken legs) How about a nice drumstick? This could use some secret herbs and spices.
  • (But the moment Abu bites into his drumstick, a spider crawls up on it. The monkey, disgusted at having almost devoured a bug, spits it out. Suddenly, he screeches in alarm as hundreds more of its kind suddenly swarm the courtyard)
  • Genie: Spiders! (as the Exterminator) Facts could get ugly!
  • (He sprays the spiders, but the smoke just makes them all colossal into a familiar shape; a seven-foot-tall Jafar)
  • Genie: Jafar!
  • Abu: Uh-oh!
  • Jafar: I'm sorry to spoil your picnic, boys, but I can't have any genies mocking about ruining my plans.
  • Genie: Don't worry, Abu. He's a genie and genies can't murder anyone.
  • (At that moment, Jafar turns both of his hands into dragon heads that breathe fire all over him)
  • Genie: (wheezing voice) But you'd be surprised what you can live through.
  • Jafar: (chuckling) You always were good for a laugh.
  • Genie: Oh, yes?!
  • (Genie, sporting a muscular physique, an ammo belt and a bandana, shoots a lightning bolt from a bow, then three more from his hands and throws it at Jafar. All of the combined attacks kick up a cloud of dust, and as it clears, Jafar is seemingly defeated. Genie gasps for breath)
  • Genie: (chuckles triumphantly as a superhero, but turns back into himself) Who's laughing now?
  • (Genie is astonished to hear Jafar's evil laughter as he reforms, somehow unscathed from his attacks)
  • Jafar: Why, I believe it's me.
  • (Genie stands there, confused as to how he managed to survive all their combined attacks, and Abu screeches in fright. Jafar begins to boast in the form of the song "You're Only Second Rate")
  • Jafar: (sings) I must admit your parlor tricks are amusing.
  • (He turns Genie into a stage magician with a top hat stuck on his head. As the latter tries to pull it off, Jafar removes it, revealing a giant rabbit that eventually squishes Genie)
  • Jafar: (singing) I bet you've had a bunny under your hat.
  • (Jafar conjures up some playing cards, with Genie and Abu having been turned into two of them. Then he splurges the cards of his hand, and the two turn back into themselves. Then Genie tries to hit Jafar with a lightning bolt, but he bounces right off. Then the evil sorcerer turns him old)
  • Jafar: (singing) Now here's your chance to get the best of me, I hope your hand is hot. C'mon on, clown, let's see what you've had. You can try to hit me with your hardest stuff, but your double whammy isn't up to snuff. I'll set the record straight, you're simply out of date. You're only second rate!
  • (Then Genie turns into a tiger and attacks Jafar. The latter just turns into a lion tamer, and as he jumps through the hoop, he is turned into a cat respectively. He lands on a stool with a blackboard behind him, saying "2+2=5". Jafar reappears, wearing a mortarboard cap and then slips a dunce cap over him)
  • Jafar: (singing) You think your cat's a meanie, but your tiger's tame. You have a lot to learn about the genie game. Then for your education, I'll retaliate. You're only second rate!
  • (Jafar lifts the dunce cap, revealing the now tiny Genie and Abu. They fall from the stool and onto the palm of Jafar's giant hand. Each of the fingers has his face, and the pinky frowns at them. They back up, only to run into the thumb, which has the face of Jafar's genie form)
  • Jafar: (singing) Men cower at the power in my pinky, my thumb is number one on every list.
  • (Then Jafar reappears in his genie form and rakes the ground with his hands. The pair falls into the holes, which seal themselves up and appear next to a dead tree with a somber-looking expression on its trunk. This does not stop the genie, however, where he conjures up a chain which ties itself around Jafar. Next, he is shoved into a wicker basket, which is subsequently skewered with swords. Abu winces at this sight. Unfortunately, a giant cake bursts from the basket, and Jafar emerges from the top most layer while the candles emit showers of sparks)
  • Jafar: (singing) But if you're not convinced that I'm invincible, put me to the test. I'd love to lay this rivalry to rest, go ahead and zap me with a big surprise. Slap me in a trap, cut me down to size. I'll make a great escape, it's just a piece of cake. You're only second rate!
  • (The pair runs off, but is stopped by a tiki statue that looks like Jafar's head. Then they fall through a trapdoor and onto a procession of platforms sloping upwards towards a throne, upon which Jafar is seated, holding his snake staff. As each platform reaches him, it disappears in a blaze of fire and the pair jump off of each, trying not to get burnt themselves, but end up tumbling down as Jafar zaps them with another bolt from his staff)
  • Jafar: (singing) You know, your hocus-pocus isn't hard enough and your mumbo-jumbo doesn't measure up. Let me pontificate upon your disheartened state, you're only second rate.
  • (The pair runs off, but is stopped by a wall with Jafar's face on it)
  • Jafar: (singing) Zaba-caba-dabra.
  • (They run in the opposite direction towards what appears to be an old lady in a rocking chair, but the old crone turns out to be Jafar himself)
  • Jafar: (singing) Granny's gonna grab you!
  • (The pair keeps on running, with Jafar growing bigger and bigger before zapping them again with more lightning. Then they run past five more Jafars before a pair of his hands pulls down Genie's pants. With another poof, he is taken apart and reassembled inside a wooden crate. He and Abu eventually reappear on a plate spinning on a stick. Jafar spins it faster and faster)
  • Jafar: (singing) Alakzam-na-bus, but this fact's bigger than the both of us. Then spare me your tremendous fright, you look horrendous in your underwear. And I can hardly wait to discombombulate, I'll send you back and packing in a shipping crate. You'll make a better living with a spinning plate, you're only second raaaaaaateee!!!
  • (As the song ends, the scene cuts to Jafar's lair. Genie appears in a crystal ball. Genie gives a frightened wheeze as Jafar seals it shut with a wooden spider, and sets it down on a table. Abu gets up on the table, and knocks on the ball worriedly)
  • Abu: Hello? Hello!
  • (But before he can muster, Jafar catches Abu and pins him to the wall)
  • Jafar: Ah, that was invigorating! Come, Abis Mal, we have other lives to ruin.
  • (Cut to the oasis ruins. The Sultan goes to the waterside, and Aladdin looks at him. Jasmine is easy to gain forgiveness from, but he isn't so sure about her father. Aladdin goes to the Sultan, who is throwing stones into the water)
  • Aladdin: Sultan. Look, I'm sorry for warning you about Iago.
  • Sultan: Huh!
  • Aladdin: (picks up a stone) I guess I saw some good in him, just like you saw some good in a street rat.
  • (Aladdin throws his stone, and it skips along the water. The Sultan's eyes widen at his statement, and he thinks for a second)
  • Sultan: The good I saw in a...... (realizes Aladdin's right) Well, oh, yes, I…I suppose. (his eyes brighten, having eventually regained his trust in his future son-in-law) Well said, my boy! Oh, you'll be a fine vizier!
  • (Aladdin blushes and chuckles modestly at being praised for his kindness. Then he goes over to Iago, who is looking glum, knowing that he reluctantly played a part in what's to come)
  • Aladdin: This was a great idea, Iago. Thanks.
  • Iago: Oh, don't thank me. Really.
  • (But before the parrot has a chance to warn her about Jafar, some shadowy men burst in, riding on black horses. The Sultan, who has picked a bouquet of flowers, sees the shadow and runs for his life as they pursue him)
  • Aladdin: Sultan!
  • (Carpet flies in front of them and tries to stop them, but only ends up getting trampled. One of the horses stops, and the rider is revealed to be…)
  • Aladdin: Abis Mal?!
  • (The confusion manages to kick up a great cloud of dust, and in it all, one of the shadowy men seizes the Sultan and lifts him away)
  • Sultan: Aladdin! Stop!
  • (Aladdin just kneels on the ground, coughing from the dust. The former, upon seeing Iago, grabs him by the tail feathers as he tries to fly away)
  • Aladdin: You traitor!
  • Iago: Traitor is such a strong word.
  • Sultan: Aladdin! HEEEELP!!!!
  • (Carpet gets up, unharmed by the trampling and flies over to Aladdin)
  • Aladdin: I'll settle with you later. C'mon, Carpet!
  • (They fly after the shadowy men and see that they're heading for the edge of a cliff)
  • Aladdin: Look, they're trapped on the cliff! If they stop, we'll…what?
  • (The shadowy men's horses fly over the edge of the waterfall, and sprout wings just as they are about to hit the bottom. Aladdin is nonplussed)
  • Aladdin: Abis Mal knows magic?
  • Sultan: Whoa-oa-oa!
  • (The Sultan looks down and sees that they are high above the canyon, which is a VERY long road down. Carpet zooms at complete speed toward the shadowy men and Aladdin successfully grabs the Sultan)
  • Abis Mal: What? Get him! Get the Sultan!
  • Aladdin: Hang on, Sultan! This is where we lose them.
  • (Carpet flies into the shadowy men, confusing them with his speed and flying back towards the waterfall. One of them waves its swords and summons a whirlpool that hits Carpet. The Sultan falls off into the watery vortex)
  • Aladdin: Sultan! We have to go back, Carpet!
  • (Carpet flies off after the whirlpool, and Aladdin reaches into it to grab the Sultan. Unfortunately, he ends up getting sucked in and spewed out into the rapids. He is swept downstream, but manages to cling to a large rock. Abis Mal, however, laughs and kicks him off, sending him over the waterfall)
  • Abis Mal: Yes!
  • (one of the shadowy men motions towards the waterfall)
  • Abis Mal: What?
  • (just as he is about to hit the sharp rocks at the bottom, he is saved and sends the unconscious Aladdin into a slower-moving stream)
  • Abis Mal: What are you doing here?!
  • (The shadowy men and Mal fly off to the banks of the river. The thief dismounts his horse just as all the shadowy men merge into Jafar)
  • Abis Mal: Are you nuts?! You saved them! He was this close to being a greasy little smear on the rocks!
  • Jafar: (angrily flings Mal by the shirt) Look, you little... (calms down) I mean, my dear Abis Mal. (puts him down) If you remember the plan, it is not yet time for the boy to meet his end.
  • Abis Mal: Um…I knew that.
  • Jafar: Soon, our revenge will be complete and you shall have your third wish.
  • Abis Mal: (emotionally) Ooh, boy, oh, my little wishy!
  • Jafar: And you, Iago! You have done well.
  • Iago: (disgraceful) Please, don't mention it.
  • (Fade to the stream. Aladdin awakens on the shore, coughing and gasping for air)
  • Aladdin: Sultan! (shivering) Iago.
  • (He gets up and makes his road to Agrabah to confront the traitorous parrot. Cut to Jafar's lair. The Sultan is chained to the wall, having been captured off-screen)
  • Sultan: Jafar, you fiend! I should have known that this was your treachery!
  • Jafar: But I couldn't have done it without Iago.
  • Iago: Right…unh, I played a minor role, really.
  • Abis Mal: (fighting with Carpet, who is wiggling fiercely) Jafar! This rug won't cooperate!
  • (Carpet breaks free of Mal's grip and tries to fly off through a window, but Jafar stops him by conjuring up a ball and chain too heavy for him to fly with)
  • Sultan: Ooh, when Aladdin returns...
  • Jafar: I think we have ample time to prepare for his arrival.
  • (Jafar takes the Sultan's turban and conjuring up a dagger, slices it in two)
  • Abis Mal: Hey! That was a nice hat. I could've worn that hat!
  • Jafar: We need this for our plan.
  • Abis Mal: Couldn't we use another hat for the plan?
  • Jafar: Oh, no. The Sultan's turban and this dagger are exactly what we need... (points his dagger towards Mal's head) to seal Aladdin's doom.
  • (Fade to the palace, front gates. Aladdin has eventually made it there after a long walk in the desert. There, standing there at the front door with a frustrated look on his face, is Razoul)
  • Aladdin: Razoul! The Sultan's been...
  • (But before he can finish, Razoul orders the guards to capture him)
  • Razoul: SEIZE HIM! You are under arrest for the murder of the Sultan!
  • Aladdin: What?! No!
  • (Fade to the palace dungeon, night. Aladdin is in chains, trying to explain what just happened)
  • Razoul: And then you went over the waterfall, eh? Ha! How did you survive?
  • Aladdin: I...I don't know.
  • Razoul: How very convenient.
  • Aladdin: It's the truth! Why won't you believe me?
  • Jasmine's Voice: Because we know you're lying!
  • (Aladdin looks up and see what appears to be Jasmine standing at the top of the dungeon stairs, holding the Sultan's torn turban and wearing a pleading look on her face. This is really Jafar as Jasmine, where he will be referred to as "Jasmine")
  • Aladdin: Huh?
  • Jasmine: I found this in your room. My father's turban...slashed!
  • Aladdin: You can't think--
  • Jasmine: (interrupting) I thought you loved me! But now I see that all you wanted to do was rule Agrabah!
  • Aladdin: I never wanted--
  • Jasmine: He shall die at dawn, for the murder of my father.
  • (Jasmine leaves the room, leaving Aladdin with Razoul)
  • Aladdin: Jasmine, please!
  • Razoul: You're in my hands now, STREET RAT!
  • (Cut to Jafar's lair. The evil ex-vizier makes his road back just as Mal has the real Jasmine chained to the wall with the others. Then he changes back into himself)
  • Jafar: (laughs evilly) Oh, you should have seen the look on Aladdin's face when Princess Jasmine sentenced him to death.
  • Jasmine: (whispers despairingly) No!
  • Abis Mal: Oh, yes! And then I get my wish.
  • Jafar: (annoyed) Yes, and then you get your wish.
  • Jasmine: (frustratedly to Iago, who is hiding behind a beaker) Iago! I swear one day you will pay for this!
  • Iago: I really think you're makin' too big a deal out of this.
  • Jafar: Such spirit.
  • (Jasmine tries to bite Jasmine's hand like a lion)
  • Jafar: Perhaps after a few days in chains you'll be more kindly disposed toward me. (putting his snake staff closely to her) Especially, if you want your father to remain healthy! (to Iago) Ah, Iago... you betrayed me and allied yourself with my enemies. Then you turned on them as soon as it was in your best interests! That's what I love about you. You're so perfectly... predictable. A villain through and through.
  • Iago: Thank you. Thank you. Whew.
  • (Fade to the palace dungeon, daybreak. Aladdin has spent a miserable night. The latter is sitting on the floor in despair, thinking his fiance has sentenced him to death for supposedly assassinating her father. The former, however, cannot shake the feeling that something is very wrong. But before he can figure out what's wrong, Razoul bursts in and sniffs the air deeply)
  • Razoul: Ah, dawn!
  • (Razoul, flanked by two other guards, escort Aladdin up the stairs. Cut to Jafar's lair. He transforms back into Jasmine and starts toward the door)
  • Jasmine: (to the real Jasmine) I'll tell your boyfriend goodbye for you, Princess.
  • Sultan: (fighting) When I get hold of you, Jafar...
  • (Abu screeches frustratedly at Jafar)
  • Jasmine: (sarcastically, in Jafar's voice) I'm so worried.
  • (The evil ex-sorcerer leaves the room to see Aladdin's final moments. Iago just sighs, relieved that his former master has finally left. Meanwhile, Razoul leads Aladdin further up the tower stairs. Cut back to Jafar's lair. With the evil ex-vizier gone, Iago lets out a loud, anguished shriek and proceeds to rescue the only one who can help Genie. Jasmine, however, wastes no time interrogating the not-so-reformed parrot)
  • Jasmine: (frustratedly) How could you double-cross Aladdin after all he's done for you?!
  • (Abu chatters frustratedly at him)
  • Iago: Hey! Do I insult your mother?
  • (Abu, shocked that Iago would speak about his mother like that, just scoffs. Then the parrot pecks on the crystal ball, but only ends up bending the tip. He straightens it and pecks harder, but this does not work either. The two prisoners recoil at the sound)
  • Jasmine: (sighs) What are you doing now?
  • Iago: (hitting the crystal ball with the wooden plank) Oh, what does it look like I'm doin'? I'm tryin' to free... the chump genie, so he can... save your chump boyfriend!
  • (The plank breaks in two and conks Iago on the head. He squawks in frustration)
  • (Cut to the tower. Razoul and his prisoner eventually get to the top. In front of them is a forge, and a blacksmith is tempering something. Razoul motions for him to stop, and the blacksmith sharpens a sword on a grindstone. He checks the sword while Razoul puts on an executioner's hood, grinning triumphantly at the street rat he is so eager to eventually be rid of. The blacksmith hands him the sword and he slices through a wooden beam. It splits in two, and falls to the floor. Aladdin looks on in shock as he is led to a pavilion of some sorts high above the streets of the city)
  • (Aladdin does not respond, as he is certain his end has come. Meanwhile in Jafar's lair, Iago removes the crystal ball from its stand, fighting under its weight and throws it to the floor. Unfortunately, it just bounces along and does not break)
  • Jasmine: You have to lift it higher!
  • Iago: (gasps for breath) Sure. No problem.
  • (Cut to the executioner's pavilion, sunrise. The guards push Aladdin into the blade-less guillotine while two more show up to restrain him. Razoul raises his sword and gets ready to behead him and Jasmine approaches)
  • Jasmine: Wait!
  • Aladdin: Jasmine! I knew you wouldn't go through with this.
  • Jasmine: I just wanted to say goodbye... (briefly reveals his face to him) STREET RAT!
  • (Aladdin's eyes widen in surprise)
  • Aladdin: Jafar! It's Jafar---
  • (But Aladdin does not get a chance to finish his sentence before one of the guards drapes a head mask over him. In Jafar's lair, Iago is lifting the crystal ball higher and higher, fighting once again under the immense weight. Meanwhile, Aladdin is also attempting to get out of the grip of his respective captors. Eventually, Iago releases the ball and it smashes on the floor. Razoul raises his sword, and is ready to do away with Aladdin. Luckily, just before Razoul hits the street rat, he is picked up by Genie. Aladdin removes the head mask)
  • Aladdin: Thanks for savin' me.
  • Genie: Oh, c'mon, Al, you know I had to. Oh, that no-head look is just not you. For my next trick, (magically poofs everyone out of their bonds to the top of one of the palace's towers) bibbidi...bobbidi...boo! Oh-ho, and everybody's safe and sound.
  • Jasmine: Aladdin!
  • Abu: Aladdin!
  • Aladdin: Good to see you too, Abu.
  • Jasmine: (to Aladdin) There's somebody else who wants to talk to you.
  • Iago: (comes out from under Jasmine's pant leg) Hello.
  • Aladdin: You set me up! How could you show your face? You're nothing but a--
  • (As Aladdin's berating him, Iago hides behind Jasmine's pant leg in fear)
  • Jasmine: (interrupting) Aladdin, Iago rescued us. He didn't have to, but he did.
  • Aladdin: (surprised) Rescued? Him?
  • Iago: Please note: "Did not have to, but did." (yelling) NOW WE SHOULD BE FLEEING FOR OUR LIVES, IF YOU DON'T MIND!
  • Aladdin: (determined) No! We have to stop Jafar.
  • (Iago, who is flying off, stops short at Aladdin's statement and flies back. Jasmine, however, is unsure as to how to get rid of Jafar for good)
  • Jasmine: But how? He's so powerful!
  • Genie: His lamp! You destroy Jafar's lamp, you destroy Jafar.
  • Aladdin: Then that's what we'll do.
  • Iago: Reality check. Jafar is large, and in CHARGE!
  • Sultan: My, yes. There's no telling what Jafar will do to Agrabah. We have a responsibility!
  • Iago: Maybe you do, but I don't! I'm only responsible for me, myself and nobody!
  • (Aladdin, Jasmine and the Sultan get on Carpet)
  • Aladdin: I understand, Iago. You've done enough. And thanks!
  • Iago: Hey, I did my good deed! I don't owe you a thing! You hear me?! Not a thing.
  • (Iago flies off, unwilling to deal with anyone else. Cut to the palace, throne room. Jafar and Abis Mal are celebrating their so-called victory)
  • Jafar: Now that my revenge is complete, there is one little matter left to resolve.
  • Abis Mal: Yes! The wish!
  • Jafar: Indeed. You will now wish me free of this WRETCHED LAMP!
  • Abis Mal: (snatches Jafar's lamp away from him) No! My wish! You got what you wanted, now it's my turn!
  • Jafar: But you don't need to waste your third wish. You want the sunken treasure of Coeur du Mer? It's yours!
  • (Jafar conjures up the sunken ship from earlier. The moment it hits the floor, gold coins spill out and Mal, giggling like a little schoolgirl, runs over to it. Meanwhile, Genie, disguised as a wooden version of Ariel stretches his arm towards Mal and tries to grab the lamp, but misses)
  • Abis Mal: Yes, yes, yes! Yes! I love it! I love it! Silver! Lots and lots of it! Oh, I'm so emotional!
  • (Genie poofs back to the others, who are hiding behind one of the columns. He shrugs his shoulders)
  • Abis Mal: So this means I could have... more stuff?
  • (Jafar conjures up a table with an enormous ruby on it)
  • Abis Mal: Oh, I always wanted one of these!
  • (Mal puts Jafar's lamp on the throne, and he runs over to it)
  • Abis Mal: Nice! More! MORE!
  • (Jafar dejectedly conjures up more treasure, as Mal gets more and more emotional. Genie stretches his hand, dodging the treasure as it appears and is almost at Jafar's lamp, but his hand is ultimately smashed by a golden eagle statue. Meanwhile, Jasmine and the Sultan try to sneak in)
  • Sultan: Oh dear!
  • (They immediately double back, evading another treasure chest as it falls towards them)
  • Jafar: Now, if it's obscenely excessive enough, perhaps you'd care to grant my FREEDOM.
  • Abis Mal: What? Oh, yeah, right. Wish you were free. Sure thing, yeah.
  • (Mal goes to where he put Jafar's lamp, not noticing Abu trying to grab it)
  • Abis Mal: I wish for Jafar to be...
  • (Our heroes silently gasp, anticipating their impending doom, but he swiftly reconsiders)
  • Abis Mal: Wait.
  • (he breathes a relieved sigh)
  • Abis Mal: (smugly) How do I know that these things won't disappear once I set him free?
  • Jafar: (intimidatingly) The more pressing question is... how will you stay alive if you DON'T?!
  • Abis Mal: But - but you said genies can't kill! You said that!
  • (As he's speaking, Abu suddenly appears from behind the throne to try and grab the lamp)
  • Jafar: You'd be surprised what you can live through. What?!
  • (Abu screeches in alarm, and grabs Jafar's lamp)
  • Abis Mal: Huh? HEY!
  • (Aladdin suddenly bursts out with Abu and Abis Mal, as they grab the lamp)
  • Aladdin: I'll take that!
  • Abis Mal: My lamp! Gimme! Mine! Gimme!
  • Jafar: The street rat? Still alive?! NOOOOOOOOO!
  • (Jafar conjures up a fireball, and throws it at them. The fireball hits dead-center and they are blasted onto the balcony, which suddenly starts to crumble. As it gives way under them, they jump across and try to get off the balcony, but Abu falls backward and so do Abis Mal and Aladdin)
  • Abis Mal: AAHHHH!!
  • (Just as Aladdin and Abu are about to hit the ground, Genie turns into an armchair and catches them)
  • Aladdin: Thanks, Genie.
  • (At that moment, Jasmine gets to the ground, riding on Carpet)
  • Aladdin: Where's the lamp?
  • (Suddenly, everyone looks up to see Abis Mal stuck in a tree and attempting to reach Jafar's lamp, but it falls off and onto the ground. But before they can get to the lamp, the ground cracks once again and out from it rises Jafar in his genie form. He laughs maniacally and knocks them all back)
  • Jasmine: The lamp!
  • (Then Jasmine takes the opportunity to grab the lamp while the evil genie is still laughing, but Jafar sees her)
  • Jafar: NOT SO FAST!
  • (Jafar zaps Jasmine with a lightning bolt, and she retreats back toward her friends. Meanwhile, Jafar turns around to a voice from behind him, seemingly Aladdin)
  • Aladdin: Give it up, Jafar! We're obviously too much for you to handle!
  • Jafar: YOU! YOU'RE A FOOL TO CHALLENGE ME!! I AM ALL-POWERFUL!
  • Aladdin: (scoffs) Some all-powerful. You can't even get rid of a lowly street rat!
  • Jafar: A PROBLEM I MEAN TO RECTIFY... RIGHT NOW!
  • (Jasmine watches as Jafar snatches up Aladdin in his hands)
  • Jasmine: Aladdin!
  • (Aladdin fights, but the former suddenly turns blue and fattens up. He reveals himself to actually be Genie, who sports his trademark grin)
  • Jafar: WHAT?!
  • Genie: Gotcha!
  • (Jafar turns to see the real Aladdin flying towards his lamp on Carpet)
  • Genie: Go, Al!
  • (Jafar, frustrated at having been tricked, tosses Genie aside and he falls unconscious)
  • Jasmine: Genie!
  • Aladdin: Faster, Carpet!
  • (Jafar fires a bolo-shaped ball of fire, and it flies toward Carpet. The moment it hits, he turns stiff and smashes, breaking up into pieces)
  • Aladdin: Carpet, no!
  • Jasmine: Aladdin!
  • (Meanwhile, in the spot where Carpet smashed, Aladdin scrambles to his feet. But just as he is within reach, a rocky spire juts out from underneath him. It is revealed to have been conjured by Jafar, who laughs maniacally at the street rat's difficulty. The evil genie claps his hands and the ground splits open, revealing a pool of lava below)
  • Jasmine: Genie, wake up!
  • Abu: Wake up! Wake up!
  • (Aladdin is hanging onto the rock spire for dear life as it begins to sink into the magma. He tries to reach for Jafar's lamp twice, but misses both times. Jafar laughs at his misery)
  • Jafar: GIVE IT UP, BOY! (shoots fire from his eyes to make Aladdin sink faster) YOU SHALL NEVER HAVE MY LAMP, AND THERE IS NO ONE TO SAVE YOU THIS TIME!
  • (At that moment, Iago flies in, sick and tired of his now former master's gloating)
  • Iago: Hey, Jafar! SHUT UP!!
  • (Iago flies toward the rock where Jafar's lamp is lying, barely missing the evil genie's head in the process)
  • Aladdin: Iago?
  • Jafar: (furious) TRAITOR!
  • (Jafar shoots lightning from his hand towards Iago, but it misses just as he has caught the lamp. Then Iago tries to give Aladdin the lamp, but Jafar blasts him with more lightning, smashing him against the wall and leaving him badly injured)
  • Jasmine: No!
  • (Iago just lies there, burned and too weak to fly and tries to nudge the lamp into the lava, but soon falls limp)
  • Jafar: (laughs evilly) GOOD HELP IS SO HARD TO FIND THESE DAYS. ISN'T IT, ALADDIN?
  • (Jafar laughs again, confident he has won, but Iago uses the last of his strength to kick the lamp into the magma)
  • Jafar: (sees his lamp fall into the magma) MY LAMP! NOOOOOOOOO!!
  • (As Jafar's lamp begins to melt, the rock a now-unconscious Iago is lying on starts to crumble and he slides toward the magma)
  • Aladdin: Iago!
  • (Jafar moans and writhes in pain as his lamp eventually melts into a black puddle of molten metal. Meanwhile, the stone pillars everyone is standing on begin to sink into the magma. Genie stretches himself to the surface of the fissure to safety. Meanwhile, Aladdin, who is carrying a still unconscious Iago, jumps off his pillar, runs across another one and climbs up the wall of the hole as it begins to close up. Jafar, who is still writhing in agony, spins around faster and faster before eventually exploding. Aladdin, however, makes it out of the fissure just as it closes up completely and a shimmer of light clears the clouds away, revealing a beautiful heavenly blue. Carpet, who fell to pieces, reforms himself and flies over to Abu)
  • Abu: Oh, boy!
  • (Carpet and Abu high-five each other in victory. Meanwhile, Aladdin is caressing a still unconscious Iago)
  • Aladdin: Iago.
  • Jasmine: (whispers) No!
  • Aladdin: But...I thought a genie couldn't kill anyone.
  • Iago: (coughs and opens his eyes) You'd be surprised what you can live through. (coughs again)
  • Aladdin: Alright!
  • Abu: Oh, boy!
  • Jasmine: Oh, Iago!
  • Genie: (shouts and cheers with Abu and Carpet) He's ALIVE!!
  • (He turns into a red fireworks rocket and shoots up into the heavens. Soon, there are lots of fireworks going off in the night heavens, celebrating Jafar's demise. Cut to the throne room. Iago is now lying on a bed of pillows with a splint on his right wing and the left one in a sling. He also has bandages tied around his head)
  • Iago: And so the bird lived happily ever after... wallowing in luxury as Aladdin's palace pal.
  • Sultan: Now, my dear boy... or should I say, my new vizier?
  • Iago: (emotional) Oh, say it!
  • Aladdin: Sultan, I'm very honored, but…
  • Iago: (flies off his pillow and knocking Abu off of Aladdin's shoulder) But?! What but? "But" is such a strong word!
  • Abu: Why, I oughta...
  • (Carpet grabs Abu as Aladdin tries to explain his reasons for turning down the grand vizier position)
  • Aladdin: I can't be your vizier.
  • Iago: What?! (grabs the Sultan's shirt) Sultan, the boy's talkin' crazy talk! Don't listen! (yells at Aladdin) WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT?!
  • Aladdin: The world.
  • Iago: Look, personally, I'm with you, kid, but let's take it one step at a time.
  • (Genie grabs Iago and wraps his beak in bandages to keep it shut)
  • Aladdin: I mean...I wanna see the world. I can't just stay in the palace. (looks out into the city from the balcony) There's too much to do, too much to see.
  • Iago: Hey, what about your girlfriend? Do you think that this lovely princess is just goin' to wait around here?!
  • (Iago squawks as Rajah holds him down to try and keep him silent)
  • Jasmine: I most certainly will not!
  • Iago: There, ya see?
  • Jasmine: I'm going to see the world, too.
  • Iago: OK, that's it! The madness is spreading! Awk, crazy talk! (flies around in frustration) Why do I keep gettin' hooked up with these warped people?! Shouldn't somebody ask what the brave parrot wants to do?
  • Abis Mal: Does this mean I don't get my third wish?
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