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.
James Avery was from the former WB comedy, The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air.
We learn Fasir's name. He has appeared once before this, in the syndicated episodes, but he wasn't named.