Aladdin

Season 3 Episode 6

The Ethereal

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Aired Unknown Nov 04, 1995 on
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Jasmine has a dream about the destruction of Agrabah. She tells the others, and they think she's crazy until it comes true. An evil being called the ethereal came to judge Agrabah, and she's not happy by what she sees until Jasmine sacrifice's herself for another.

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  • A warning of the future destruction of Agrabah has Jasmine on edge.

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    One of the show's many themes has always been Jasmine's love for her kingdom and her goals to become a great ruler, especially after being locked away from her people for so long. This episode took that idea and used it to reveal the depth of Jasmine's convictions. The episode deals with more than the usual villain and hero plotline. Jasmine and Aladdin face choices as leaders as well as fairy tale heroes. The Ethereal herself is straight out of old world mythology, frightening yet lovely with alternative motives behind her every decision. Overall, the episodes messages of doom are well scripted and Jasmine's fear is justified, as are the actions she and Aladdin take to save the kingdom.moreless
Kath Soucie

Kath Soucie

The Ethereal

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Jim Cummings

Jim Cummings

Razoul/Additional Voices

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    • The word "ethereal" refers to something ghostly and spiritual; they probably just used the word for a character here because they assumed no kid would know it was a separate term on its own. Well, I didn't....

      Oh yeah, and of course Pompeii, Babylonia and Herculaneum were all ancient cities that were actually destroyed. I don't recall if the Ethereal mentioned Atlantis, but if she did, THAT one's phony(despite what Milo Thatch would have you believe).

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