Aladdin

Season 2 Episode 3

The Prophet Motive

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Aired Unknown Oct 01, 1994 on
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The Prophet Motive
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While shopping in the marketplace, Aladdin, Abu, and Iago become lost, which Aladdin finds odd, since he was raised there. After wandering around a bit, they run into a fortune-teller, who tells Aladdin his prophecy, and tells him he is to die soon. Aladdin is skeptical, but once all of the other prophecies come true, what's he to believe?moreless

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    Jim Cummings

    Jim Cummings

    Razoul/Additional Voices

    Recurring Role

    Jason Alexander

    Jason Alexander

    Abis Mal

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    James Avery (I)

    James Avery (I)

    Haroud Hazi Bin

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      • When Abis Mal pulls Aladdin and Jasmine onto the boat, Jasmine's shoes are off. When she is tied to the chair, her shoes are on.

      • In reference to the reported goof, Fasir says "Fasir will keep an *eye* out for you." It was also established in the opening monologue (spoken by Fasir, in fact) that Fasir was the name of Fashoom's brother, and there was a painting of his younger self on the wall. He was referring to himself in the third person, and thus identifying himself as Fashoom's brother, Fasir.

      • Something very strange happens at the end of this episode--Fasir takes his blindfold off and says that he's Fashoom as well. Does this make any sense? Not really. Fasir was generally a good guy, and also blind under there, not a cyclops. The only explanation I can offer for this strange scene is that the writer thought it would stick but it didn't.

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