Roughly half way through the episode, Jasmine's outfit changes to her normal blue green color and then back to pink in the next scene.
Iago still had his beak when he was a frilled lizard, but frilled lizards don't have beaks!
The metaphor that Jasmine was trying to tell Aladdin and the others is that for Arbutus, trees and plants are like his children, and very precious to him as Jasmine is to her friends and her father.
This episode and "Moonlight Madness" was released on the VHS Aladdin and Jasmine's Moonlight Magic.
Abis Mal considers wishing for the sunken treasure of Cordumare, which he attempted to wish for in The Return of Jafar.
Abis Mal seems surprised that genies can't kill, but he learned that in The Return of Jafar.
Eden's outfit resembles the outfit worn by Barbra Eden of I Dream of Jennie. Also, the character Eden could also be a reference to Barbra Eden.
When Aladdin pulls Genie's lamp out of his pocket his pants are gray; then, they switch back to his normal white in the next frame.
Nitpick: The character model of the boy who works in the fig orchard is re-used later as Aladdin's childhood friend, Amal.
Jasmine doesn't remember anything, after smelling the blue rose. However she can still find her room.
The blue rose under a glass cover at the start of the episode is a referenceto Disney's Beauty & the Beast.
Carpet picks a flower, and Aladdin remarks that it's just like the one he gave Jasmine on their first date. However, the flower he gave her on their 'date' was a white lily (see the movie for reference). This is a purple orchid!
How did Iago and Abu saw through Raja's cage with a nail filer in less than a few minutes?
When Genie, Thundra, Iago, and Abu are hiding under the pulled-down palm tree, when Thundra is yelling at Iago for losing her necklace, you can see her wearing the necklace that was supposed to be stolen.
When Jasmine gets pulled out of the water her shoe is still missing, but when they are all on the beach she has it back on.
When Jasmine was being held captive by Armaan as Selene went to go after Aladdin, her hair was untied, but when she reached Selene her hair was tied up again.
Iago said Destain is the ruler of the black sand. This guy is bad news, even Jafar steered clear of him.
It was said Mozenrath mentioned about Jafar but used the name Destaine, that's because the two were different people so it's unlikely Moze and Jafar were ever related. (And it was Iago who actually mentioned Jafar, not Mozenrath.)
In this episode, Monzenrath mentioned about Jafar in this episode, but with the name Destain (who was the ruler of the Black Sand), was it true that Jafar was related to Mozenrath.
While Mozenrath is contemplating conquering Agrabah, his gauntlet turns completely black for a few frames. Probably those darned lazy animators, but all the same...