CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: That's that. My son shall face the challenge.
SA'LUK: And I shall be the one to test him.
IAGO THE PARROT: A test, huh? Ah, that's not so bad. Maybe it'll be multiple choice.
IAGO THE PARROT: Escape? Not likely. Our ride home is grounded, and Al well, it's been nice knowin' him.
ALADDIN: What's going on, Dad?
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: Oh, the challenge is simple enough. Only one man survives. But you're my son. You'll be that man. Knock him dead, kid. Seriously.
IAGO THE PARROT: I thought our side won!
ALADDIN: Look, I didn't mean...
THIEF: Get him!
THIEF: Take him to the King.
IAGO THE PARROT: Look, I don't even know him, okay?
GENIE: Boy. And I thought I was blue.
PRINCESS JASMINE: You would know if Aladdin is in trouble, wouldn't you? I thought he'd be back by now.
GENIE: Al will be back. Listen to Genie, dear. Genie knows. You've got to get your mind off this incessant waiting. Here's a sure-fire way to cheer up a bummed-out bride-to-be. A heaping helping of matrimonial magic. Hey, that's-a no good. What the wedding needs is a theme. It needs a groom too, but let's work with what we have.
PRINCESS JASMINE: Genie!
GENIE: It's a joke. I do that. Okay, let's see. This'll be the second wedding for both of you. I'm thinking we need something a little more simple, a little more elegant and less grey. Did it, done it, own it. I'm gonna throw some colours at ya... mauve, teal and salmon. What do you like besides the salmon? Okay, Madonna! Don't keep it. Just put that in the mix. Wink. Okay. I see lasers! It's a miracle! He believes! He believes! Thank you very much.
PRINCESS JASMINE: I don't think so.
GENIE: Tres gauche, right? Hmm, maybe you... you could elope. No, you "cantaloupe." But oh, "honeydew"! I don't know whether to put it under props or produce. Please don't squeeze the tyres. They're not ripe. And how about that gown? Whether you're dancing with dwarfs or simply biting the apple, it says, "I'm a princess for now."
PRINCESS JASMINE: Uh, Genie.
GENIE: Hey, it's synergy. The marketing guys are very excited. It tests really well.
PRINCESS JASMINE: Thank you, Genie. I'm sure it will be wonderful. And thanks for cheering me up.
GENIE: I'm sure Ali Baba and the boy are on the road to Agrabah right now. Isn't that right, Bob? That's right, Bing. How 'bout this town? Is it wild or what? It's like one giant sand trap, and me without my wedgie. Hey, let's give a big hand for Brooke Shields.
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: I find my son and lose my enemy. You did your old man proud, Aladdin.
ALADDIN: I was just trying to stay alive.
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: Huh! If you didn't fight, you would've been killed. So says the code of the Forty Thieves.
IAGO THE PARROT: Does this code have any rules that don't end in death?
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: It's a strict code. But there is one thing that I added. We never hurt the innocent.
IAGO THE PARROT: Uh, for future reference, I'm as innocent as the day I was hatched.
ABU THE MONKEY: Oh, brother!
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: My men don't even know about this place.