(Setting: the Marketplace. The streets are empty
except for Jasmine. She walks up to a jewelry stand and gasps to
see a strange golden mask. As she picks it up, she hears a woman's
voice coming from it.)
Voice: The time is near. Ice shall fall from the sky.
(It begins to hail.)
Voice: The earth shall move.
(There is an earthquake. Jasmine just manages to avoid a vase
falling out of a window.)
Voice: Light shall become dark. Creatures of destruction
shall bring forth their wrath.
(Everything turns black. All Jasmine can see are several sets
of glowing eyes.)
(The glowing eyes merge together and become the golden mask.)
Voice: Then I, the Ethereal, shall come, and the day of
reckoning shall be at hand.
(Jasmine sees Sultan's model of Agrabah. The wind blows over
it, wearing it down to nothing. Then the darkness lifts and Jasmine
sees the ruins of Agrabah buried by sand.)
Jasmine: Agrabah! It can't be! No, no!
(Jasmine wakes up. She is in bed, and Sultan is standing over
Sultan: Jasmine, are you all right?
Jasmine: Father? Oh, thank goodness it was only a dream.
Sultan: You haven't had a nightmare like that since you
were a little girl.
(There is a clattering sound outside.)
Sultan: What in heavens?
(They walk towards the balcony and see that hail is falling.)
Sultan: Why, it's hailing.
Jasmine: "Ice shall fall from the sky"…
Sultan: Well, sweet dreams, my dear. (leaves)
(Setting: the Marketplace, the next morning. Everything is covered
with snow, and children are running around playing in it. Aladdin
and Jasmine are talking.)
Aladdin: You must have heard the hail while you were asleep
and your mind just fit it into your dream.
Jasmine: Okay, even if that's true, don't you think hail
on a summer night in the desert is just a little strange?
Genie: Strange, yes. But add some lemon-lime flavoring and
it's delicious! (makes a snowcone) Yum!
Aladdin: So you dreamt about the hail. I'm sure it's just
a coincidence. It's not the end of the world.
Jasmine: Maybe not. But it was at least the end of Agrabah.
Look, there were three other signs in my dream before Agrabah was
destroyed. If they happen, then I'll worry.
Iago: Put your back into it, chimp!
Genie: Did any of those signs involve a cranky parrot?
(Iago is yelling at Abu, who is carrying a big basket full of
Iago: Come on, I haven't got all day!
(Abu gets angry and throws the basket on the ground.)
Iago: Hey, watch it, we're losing our fortunes here.
Aladdin: (reading a scroll) "The Bird's Eye
Tour of Agrabah"? This is a fortune?
Iago: Look, people visit a city, they wanna know the hot
Abu: Yeah, yeah, yeah…
Iago: We here at Bird's Eye Tours are happy to provide a
guide scroll… for a price. And thanks to last night's hailstorm
I got to add a "fun in freakish weather" section to this
Genie: Tour guides, huh? Do you rate the local eateries?
I've been curious about that Chez Cheese!
Iago: Back off, Blue. No pay, no Chez.
Aladdin: What a way to make a living.
Iago: Hey, not all of us are gonna marry wealthy.
(An earthquake starts. Jasmine falls to the ground and just
avoids getting hit by a falling vase, just like in her dream.)
Jasmine: Just like the dream.
Aladdin: Is everybody all right? Hey, Jasmine, it's okay.
It's all over now.
Jasmine: I'm not so sure. In my dream, the Ethereal said,
"the earth shall move".
Genie: (as a reporter) This Ethereal character, what
other beans did she spill?
Jasmine: Ice shall fall from the sky, the earth shall move,
light shall become dark, and creatures of destruction shall bring
forth their wrath.
Genie: (taking notes) "Shall bring forth their
wrath." Got it. I wouldn't worry too much about it if I were
Aladdin: I admit that dreaming the hail and the earthquake
is a pretty big coincidence. But I'm pretty sure that's all it was.
(There is a snapping sound behind them. They turn around and
see a woman and a little boy with a cart full of textiles. One of
the wheels has fallen off the cart.)
Woman: Oh, Tanti, what shall we do?
Aladdin: (lifting the cart) Need a hand?
Genie: (as a mechanic) Eh, these babies should be
rotated every five thousand miles or after any civic disaster. (puts
the wheel back on the cart, then hands her a receipt) Here you
go. It's guaranteed for thirty days, parts and labor.
Woman: Thank you all so much.
Jasmine: (taking a handkerchief out of the cart)
These are very nice.
Tanti: I made that one with my mommy.
Jasmine: You did? Then I would very much like to buy it.
(gives the boy a sack of coins) Is this enough?
Tanti: Is it ever!
Iago: Ahem! If you really loved your mommy, you'd take her
on a tour of the city. Now for a few coins, I— (Aladdin
Iago: What? It's called a free enterprise system. Exchanging
goods and services as the basis of economic growth.
(The woman and boy leave with their cart.)
Tanti: Thank you!
Aladdin: Somehow, I thought the end of Agrabah would be
Jasmine: You're probably right. Maybe it was just a silly
dream. (gasps) Or maybe not!
(A solar eclipse starts.)
Aladdin: "Light becomes dark"…
Jasmine: Still think it was just a dream?
Aladdin: I'm starting to have my doubts.
Genie: (looking at his notes) Let's see. Ice from
the sky, earth moves, light becomes dark, that leaves…
Jasmine: "Creatures of destruction shall bring forth
their wrath"! (gasps) Aladdin!
(There are a pair of glowing eyes in a nearby alley.)
Iago: (pulling out his feathers) Creatures of destruction!
Creatures of destruction!
(The creature emerges from the alley; it is a giant scorpion.)
Iago: (jumping into the basket of scrolls) Run, monkey,
(The scorpion almost hits Aladdin and Jasmine with its claws,
but they dive out of the way. They run away from it, but run into
another scorpion coming out of a different alley. The two scorpions
try to sting them, but Genie runs up in the form of a lumberjack
and blocks the scorpions' tails with two logs.)
Genie: (with a Scandinavian accent) They're fine
creatures but they work hard. (carries Aladdin and Jasmine out
of the way)
Aladdin: Thanks, Genie.
Genie: Jumpin' Jimminy, we're not out of the woods yet.
(A scorpion is advancing on Omar the merchant, who hides behind
Omar: Foul devil! Yaaah!
(The scorpion smashes the cart and Omar runs away, past Aladdin
and his friends.)
Genie: (grabbing the scorpion's tail) You can go
easy, or you can go hard!
(The scorpion flings Genie into a wall.)
Genie: Why do they always choose hard?
(Iago and Abu are running away from a scorpion.)
Iago: Whoa! Bad scorpion! Shoo!
(Iago throws a scroll at it, but it just bounces off its head.)
(A scorpion grabs at Jasmine's pants, tearing a hole in them
and tripping her. It is then about to sting her.)
(Aladdin tackles the scorpion, but it just pins him down with
its claws and tries to sting him instead. Aladdin dodges its tail.)
Genie: (his stomach growls) Whoa, way past my lunchtime.
(turns into a chef with a Louisiana accent) What this there
need is a helping of my Genie jambalaya. (creates a giant cooking
pot) Now where Genie gonna find a buncha good crawdads? (picks
up the scorpion attacking Aladdin) Ah, this here's close enough.
(Genie dumps the scorpion into the boiling liquid. One of the
other scorpions has Iago and Abu cornered.)
Iago: I'm too beautiful to die! Aah!
(Genie scoops up this scorpion as well with a ladle.)
Iago: (to Abu) You are so scared. How can you live
Genie: (scoops up the rest of the scorpions) Come
(Genie dumps all the scorpions into the pot, then takes a sip
from his ladle. His eyes spin around, and he breathes fire and smoke.)
Genie: Ooo-eee! Just the way I likes it! Spicy! (gulps
down the rest of the pot's contents)
Jasmine: Genie, you did it!
Aladdin: That was the last sign. What happens now?
Iago: What does he mean what happens now? There's more?!
Jasmine: Then the Ethereal shall come.
(The eclipse is ending, and a female figure in a long white
robe is hovering in the sky. She is wearing a golden mask like the
one Jasmine saw in her dream. She begins to descend to the ground.)
Ethereal: It is time. It is the day of reckoning for your
civilization. I shall pass judgment upon this kingdom.
Iago: Uh, not to be a pessimist, but what happens if you
don't like what you see?
Ethereal: Then your city will be reduced to dust.
Iago: (to Aladdin) I don't like the way this is going.
Do something heroesque.
Aladdin: What do we know about this Ethereal?
Genie: Not much, but she rubs my lamp the wrong way.
(Genie creates a giant golf tee beneath the Ethereal, then turns
into a giant golfer.)
Genie: Fore! (hits the Ethereal with his club; he and
it shatter) Rats. Shoulda used the putter.
(Aladdin tackles the Ethereal, but when he does the robe is
Aladdin: Where'd she go?
Iago: A malevolent, omnipotent being shows up and you tackle
(The mask lifts up by itself off the ground, and the robe floats
over to it.)
Ethereal: You cannot deny the Ethereal. You, Princess Jasmine,
shall show me what makes your kingdom great.
Jasmine: Like I have a choice.
Iago: (gives Jasmine a scroll) Right here! A full
accounting of everything wonderful in Agrabah!
Jasmine: I will show you our city.
Ethereal: So shall it be.
(Jasmine and Iago lead the Ethereal away.)
Aladdin: This is no good. We've got to find out more about
(Setting: Jafar's lab. Genie is looking through a book.)
Genie: The Ethereal… Here she is! It says here, for the
Ethereal's references, ask the Atlanteans, the Pompeiians, and the
Aladdin: But they were all wiped out a long time ago.
Genie: My point exactly. If this Ethereal is as powerful
as I think, we need to cook up one doozy of a whammy.
(Genie picks up another book and flips through it, then holds
it open to a page with a picture of a spear.)
Genie: The Spear of Agamota! This bad boy generates a full-reverse
negaflux field powerful enough to vex any magical impulse up to
thirty quags in a porsitude.
Aladdin: What does that mean?
Genie: No clue. But Siskon and Ebris gave it two thumbs
up, and they don't rate spells unless they're really good.
Aladdin: All right, let's do it.
(Setting: a library.)
Sultan: Agrabah's library houses the world's largest collection
of tomes and scrolls. It surpasses even the famous library of Alexandria.
Jasmine: It is a place for scholars to study the collected
wisdom of the ages, certainly one of our greatest achievements.
Iago: (reading from his guide scroll) Not to mention
that the library is big enough to house over a third of the world's
(Jasmine scowls at Iago.)
Ethereal: It is a magnificent library, but Atlantis also
had a library stocked with many wonderful tomes that was of no consequence
when I delivered my judgment
(Dark clouds begin to gather outside.)
(Setting: Jafar's lab. Aladdin and the others are working at
a forge. Aladdin pumps the bellows, while Carpet and Abu add a potion
to a pot of molten metal. There's an explosion and they both are
singed, and Aladdin and Genie are thrown across the room.)
Genie: You know, I'd feel safer if we had some adult supervision.
(Setting: the Marketplace.)
Jasmine: The Marketplace is Agrabah's center of commerce.
It is where our many merchants barter and trade.
Sultan: People from all over the world come here to sample
a variety of wondrous goods.
Iago: And, when in the Marketplace, be sure to stop by the
International House of Hummus. Genies under the age of two thousand
Jasmine: You're not helping.
Iago: They're a sponsor!
(The Ethereal picks up a goblet from Omar's stand and examines
Omar: That is the finest workmanship in all of Agrabah.
Ethereal: The Babylonians also prided themselves on being
a center of trade. Now they're dust.
(The clouds begin to thunder.)
Iago: Oy, she's a regular suzie sunshine.
Sultan: Everything we've shown her makes Agrabah great,
but she's still not satisfied.
Jasmine: What is she looking for?
(Setting: Jafar's lab. Aladdin is pouring the molten metal into
a spear-shaped mold. There is thunder and lightning outside.)
Aladdin: Hurry, I don't know how much time we have.
Genie: (as a snowman) One chilly breath a-coming!
(blows cold air on the spear, cooling it)
(Setting: the streets of Agrabah, near a fountain.)
Sultan: Agrabah is also rich with glorious art and architecture.
Jasmine: Artisans from all over the Seven Deserts come here
to gain inspiration.
Ethereal: In Pompeii they valued their art as well, but
art is of no interest to me.
Iago: Perhaps it would interest you to know that this one
fountain loses over 250 gallons of water a year to evaporation alone.
Ethereal: I am not convinced. (floats away)
Iago: (pointing at the scroll) It's right here in
black and white! You think I make this stuff up?
Ethereal: You have shown me trivialities, but I have yet
to see what makes this city great. My judgment has been made.
(The clouds above the Ethereal's head begin to swirl.)
Sultan: Oh, dear.
(A giant cube with an Ethereal mask on each face descends from
the clouds. Lightning starts shooting from the cube, destroying
Jasmine: No! Give us more time!
(Setting: Jafar's lab.)
Aladdin: Genie, we need that spear now!
(Genie is hitting the spear with a hammer. Red sparks are coming
from the spear's tip.)
Genie: Almost finished, Al.
(Genie brings the spear over to Aladdin.)
Genie: Okay, the bad news is I don't know if this thing
works. But there is good news!
Aladdin: Good news?
Genie: Yeah, judging from the size of that thing, our deaths
should be pretty quick.
(The cube continues shooting lightning bolts at the buildings
and destroying them, while people scream and run for cover.)
Iago: This is not happening. I am not here. (covers his
ears) La la la la la… (hides under Sultan's hat)
Sultan: Please, as the sultan of Agrabah, I beg you not
to do this.
Ethereal: I do nothing but pass judgment The real power
lies in those who are judged.
Sultan: Then all hope is lost.
(Jasmine sees Aladdin and Carpet flying out of the palace with
the spear, followed by Genie, in the form of a fighter plane with
Abu as the pilot.)
Jasmine: Not yet!
Aladdin: Be careful back there!
Genie: Roger that, [unintelligible] leader. You
heard him, Chimp Yaeger!
(They fly close to the cube. A bolt of lightning hits Genie
and knocks one of his wings off.)
Genie: Aah, I'm hit! Mayday! Mayday!
(Genie and Abu crash. Red sparks start coming out of the spear
Aladdin: Huh? Come on, come on! (hits the spear until
the sparks stop)
(A bolt of lightning hits the spear, but it is undamaged, and
the tip begins to glow red.)
Aladdin: It's working! Get us close, Carpet!
(Aladdin throws the spear through the mouth of one of the cube's
Ethereal masks. It stops, and smoke starts coming out of it.)
(Genie and Abu climb out of a hole in the ground they made when
Abu: All right!
(Aladdin and Carpet fly down to where Jasmine, Sultan, and Iago
are. The people of Agrabah cheer.)
Jasmine: Did it work?
Aladdin: I think so.
Omar: The boy has done it!
Iago: (still under Sultan's hat) I'm not comin' out
until she leaves!
(The cube suddenly starts to work again and continues destroying
Genie: Uh oh.
Jasmine: It didn't work.
Sultan: The end is truly upon us.
Aladdin: Maybe so, but I won't let this city go without
Genie: I'm with ya, Al.
Sultan: That's the spirit, my boy!
Iago: Oh, all right, let's get this over with.
Jasmine: (looking at the Ethereal) I don't know what
else we could have shown you. (to the others) Come on.
(Aladdin and Carpet swoop down and rescue Omar just as he's
about to be struck by lightning.)
Omar: From now on, free apples for you and your monkey!
(Genie rescues two children from a building just before it is
destroyed. Abu signals for them to take cover underneath a cart.)
Iago: Move it, before the parrot takes a building in the
(The people are running in all directions and screaming. The
woman from earlier in the episode is looking for her son.)
Woman: Tanti! Tanti, where are you!
(Down the street, Tanti sees her and runs towards her.)
(Lightning strikes a building just in front of the boy, and
he is knocked to the ground, unconscious. A tower next to the building
that fell starts to crack, and is about to fall on the boy.)
Woman: No! Someone please help!
(Jasmine grabs a pole holding up an awning and starts running
towards the boy.)
Sultan: Jasmine, come back!
(Jasmine vaults over the rubble and pushes the boy out of the
way just in time, but is hit by the falling tower herself.)
Aladdin: Jasmine! Jasmine!
Woman: The princess!
Genie: Oh, no!
(Aladdin and Carpet fly over to Jasmine, who is half-buried
in rubble, not moving.)
Aladdin: She… she's gone.
Genie: What? Look! (points up)
(The cube starts to lift into the air and disappears. The storm
begins to clear. The Ethereal floats over to Aladdin.)
Ethereal: I have seen what I needed to see.
(The Ethereal magically restores all the buildings that were
Aladdin: (angry) Why spare us now?
Ethereal: Your princess's sacrifice makes it clear. She
(The Ethereal waves her arm, and Jasmine returns to life.)
Jasmine: Aladdin! (they hug)
Sultan: My daughter!
(Tanti gives Jasmine a hug.)
Jasmine: It's the people, Aladdin. It's the people that
make Agrabah great!
Tanti: You saved my life!
Aladdin: You saved all our lives.
Ethereal: Remember the lesson learned here today. Cherish
your people, or, should you forget, I shall return.
(The Ethereal rises into the sky and disappears.)
Sultan: (sigh) I believe we've been spared.
Genie: Let's celebrate! Greasy food and fattening cake on
(Abu and Iago start tearing up their guide scrolls.)
Iago: This tourist business is kaput! There are some people
you just don't want visiting your town.