Characters from Disney's Aladdin
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"You're only in trouble if you get caught!"
Voiced by: Scott Weinger
An orphan grown to maturity on the streets of Agrabah, the homeless Aladdin has little to focus on in life beyond surviving day to day, dreaming of the comfort and safety that would be his were he to somehow become rich. Despite this hostile life, he retains a pure heart and a generous soul, making him a "diamond in the rough". For this, Jafar manipulates him into retrieving the Lamp of the Genie from the Cave of Wonders, but fails to claim it himself. Instead, with the Genie's help, Aladdin eventually defeats the evil vizier and becomes affianced to the love of his life, Princess Jasmine. Many further adventures follow, culminating with the crashing of his wedding by the legendary Forty Thieves, but finally Aladdin and Jasmine are wed.
"Master! I don't think you quite realize what you've got here. So why don't you just ruminate...whilst I illuminate the possibilities!"
A powerful magical being who has been sealed away inside a lamp for ten thousand years or more, the Genie is the anchor point around which the first movie turns. Granted his freedom by a grateful Aladdin, he returns to be by Aladdin's side out of gratitude to the one master who has ever shown him kindness.
- Let's Get Dangerous: Especially against Jafar in the second movie. When the Genie is free to unleash his power, he can actually get pretty scary.
- Leitmotif: The "To Be Free" theme. In his more humorous moments he's also accompanied by the refrain from "Friend Like Me."
- Man of a Thousand Voices: When voiced by the Swedish Dan Ekborg.
- Me's a Crowd: Can create numerous copies of himself in an instant.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: Despite being a good guy, he has no choice but to follow the orders of the one who holds his lamp.
- The Nicknamer: He gives the nickname "Rug Man" to the magic carpet. He also calls Aladdin "Al".
- Our Genies Are Different: For the most part, Genie was consistent with how the 20th century Western world viewed genies, although he had a few new twists. He was one of the first genies to want to be set free, and the first genie that could not kill.
- Plucky Comic Relief: Despite being a very important character, the Genie serves as a comic relief element in each of his appearances.
- Reality Warper: He has PHENOMENAL COSMIC POWERS that are certainly far beyond that of any human sorcerer, but he does explicitly state three limitations to them: he cannot kill (directly), make someone fall in love, or bring the dead back to life (though he implies that he can bring people Back from the Dead... but he won''t: Came Back Wrong is implied.)
- Real Men Wear Pink: On his date with Eden.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Carpet's blue. He's energetic and boisterous, while Carpet is The Quiet One.
- Rule of Three: Besides the Three Wishes, he also has three exceptions as follows:
- Sealed Good in a Can: He was stuck in his lamp in the Cave of Wonders for ten thousand years before Aladdin found him.
- Shipper on Deck: Pro Aladdin/Jasmine, to the point where he is willing to give up his freedom to see them together:
Genie: Al, no problem. You've still got one wish left. Just say the word and you're a prince again.
Aladdin: But Genie, what about your freedom?
Genie: Hey, it's only an eternity of servitude. This is love. Al, you're not gonna find another girl like her in a million years. Believe me, I know. I've looked.
- Story-Breaker Power: PHENOMENAL COSMIC POWERS and a free genie would make story conflict difficult. Because of this, his powers were nerfed upon being freed from the lamp, or there was someone who could match him (like another genie) or some kind of Mage Killer etc.
- Took a Level in Dumbass: He seems to be a bit slower on the uptake in the series than he did in the movies.
- The Trickster: Slightly less so than Aladdin. He'll grant wishes, but he'll put on a show first.
- Top-Heavy Guy: He has an extremely big upper body and much smaller lower half, though the fact that his lower half is usually a ghost-like tail distracts from it. It's much more noticeable when he's pretending to be human, or in the animated series where he uses legs more often.
- Voluntary Shapeshifter: His most commonly used power, and there's never any established limits on it.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's really afraid of Mukhtars, who are the natural enemies of all genies.
"He hates fireworks, and he really doesn't like flying either."
Aladdin's oldest friend, a highly intelligent monkey with a strong streak of kleptomania and a natural gift for thievery.
- Big Eater: He chows into things that are nearly as big as he is.
- Empathy Pet: To Aladdin for the theiving. He also points out his Love at First Sight with Jasmine.
- Everything's Better with Monkeys: He's a monkey and Aladdin's Non-Human Sidekick.
- Freudian Excuse: "Seems Like Old Crimes" was trained by a trio of thieves. It's implied that he's constantly stealing because the trio never let him have a piece of the take (and stole what Aladdin had given to him).
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Much more selfish and greedy than the other main characters (not including Iago), and can get frustrated rather quickly. However he's kindhearted, loyal and willing to risk his life to save Aladdin and his friends.
- The Lancer: Aladdin's sidekick.
- Loveable Rogue: Like Aladdin. He's thief and a kleptomaniac, but also funny, likable and a good friend to Aladdin.
- Master of Unlocking: He has a set of lockpicks hidden away in his vest. He uses them to free Aladdin from jail.
- The Millstone: In the Cave of Wonders, he grabs a huge ruby out of a monkey idol's paws, initiating the destruction of the cave.
- Misplaced Wildlife: A new world monkey in the Middle East?
- Naughty Is Good: He's quite mischievous and sneaky, despite being one of the good guys.
- Never Bareheaded: Also much like Aladdin.
- Nice Hat: Just like Aladdin's hat, no less. It turns out Aladdin even bought Abu that hat.
- Pragmatic Hero: Noticeably more selfish than Aladdin, and continues to be exceedingly sneaky even into the sequels. Monkeys don't share well.
- Silent Snarker: From time to time. Just look at his expression in the above pic!
- Spanner in the Works: In the first movie, after Jafar betrays Aladdin and tries to kill him, Abu attacks him and secretly steals the lamp.
- Speech-Impaired Animal: Though he can make noise, he can't speak. Iago can apparently understand what Abu says, though.
- Sticky Fingers: He'll steal anything not nailed down. This really gets him in trouble in the Cave of Wonders.
- The Unintelligible: A little harder to notice. Most of the time it just sounds like monkey noises. But there are times when you can make out the human language. Like "Ahhraadeeen" or "eaahh shwuaah".
- Undying Loyalty: Towards Aladdin.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Iago.
"Look at this! I'm so ticked off that I'm molting!"
Originally Jafar's loyal if often abused sidekick, Iago the Parrot is sealed away with Jafar inside of the lamp at the end of the first film. Instrumental in freeing the both of them from the sandy wastes of the desert, he abandons Jafar and sets out to find his own path in life, ultimately ending up a somewhat reluctant friend to Aladdin and company.
- Anti-Hero: Ather his Heel-Face Turn.
- Being Evil Sucks, but Being Good Sucks Too: In the TV series episode "Poor Iago" Iago becomes extremely greedy (even more than usual) only for him to receive all sorts of nasty punishments because of his behavior. This causes him to have an epiphany and he attempts to completely reform his ways, becoming kind-hearted and generous. This winds up backfiring on him as well. He ultimately decides it's best to just stick with a balance and not be too much of a jerk, but don't be too nice either.
- Big Damn Heroes: He pulls an epic one in the end of the second movie, which results in Jafar being killed.
- Breakout Character: He rivals Genie with popularity.
- Butt Monkey: The movie writers' mantra: "When in doubt, hurt the bird."
- Changed My Mind, Kid: In The Return of Jafar. He opts to bail just before the final confrontation with Jafar. Just when things are looking bleak for our heroes, Iago comes charging into the fight and manages to snatch Jafar's genie lamp. Despite being injured by a magical blast, Iago is able to shove the lamp into a pool of lava, destroying Jafar and saving the day.
- Dirty Coward: For much of the second movie, he spent a lot of time looking out for himself almost exclusively although unlike many of the examples here, he can be courageous and selfless. Two examples come up in the second film.
- Did You Just Romance Cthulhu?: His relationship with Thundra. She's a powerful nature goddess, Iago just a regular bird.
- The Drag-Along: In the series he is the quintessential embodiment of this trope. He's more concerned with living in the lap of luxury and staying out of danger, and, as a Card Carrying Coward, is none too happy with being dragged along on some grand adventure every other day (which is understandable, since he's a bit of a pain magnet).
- Feathered Fiend: In the first movie he's almost as cruel as Jafar.
- Fiery Redhead: Technically, he has red feathers, but he's got attitude.
- Greed: Even after his Heel-Face Turn he still maintains his greedy qualities.
- Heel-Face Turn: He spent the entirety of the first film on Jafar's side. The beginning of the second film, The Return of Jafar, sees Iago escape from Jafar's lamp and slowly turn face over the course of the movie, even offing Jafar for good by kicking his lamp into magma. Not that Iago's all that heroic, but his conscience does get the better of him on a number of occasions.
- Heel-Face Revolving Door: Switching sides three times in The Return of Jafar, and then conspiring with Cassim in King of Thieves.
- I Choose to Stay: Inverted after the third movie, where he chooses to leave the palace after Aladdin's marriage to Jasmine and travel the world with Cassim.
An enchanted carpet that has been trapped in the Cave of Wonders for an untold time, this magical rug is capable of flight and is a sentient being in its own right. He and the Genie are old friends, in part due to spending so long in the Cave together.
- Animate Inanimate Object: He's a sentient (and flying) carpet.
- Bash Brothers: He and Genie work particularly well together and have known each other for a very long time.
- Big Damn Heroes: Often catches the heroes mid-air.
- Don't Touch It, You Idiot!: To Abu in the movie.
- Face Palm: Manages to do this without a face or a palm. It uses its corner tassels as makeshift "hands".
- Hypercompetent Sidekick: A helpful and useful Non-Human Sidekick who helps the heroes several times.
- Just a Carpet: He doesn't like being treated as just a piece of decoration, but who would?
- Leitmotif: Yes, even the Carpet gets one. You can hear a soft variation of it when they first meet Carpet, followed by a bombastic version during the escape from the cave. It returns as Aladdin and Abu escape the ends of the earth later on.
- Magic Carpet: Well, obviously. He's a carpet that can rapidly transport people who sit on top of it.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue oni to Genie's red oni. He's The Quiet One while Genie is boisterous and energetic.
- The Reliable One: Big time. He's just a carpet, but a heroic, intelligent carpet who is always there whenever Aladdin and the others need him.
- Running Gag: Constantly besting Genie at various games.
- Shipper on Deck: Aladdin and Jasmine's First Kiss happened thanks to him.
- Silent Snarker: Several times, like in the scene with Aladdin and Jasmine after the "A Whole New World" song. See also Face Palm.
"I'm not going to be around forever, and I just want to make sure you're taken care of."
Voiced by: Douglas Seale
The benevolent and good-natured Sultan of Agrabah, Jasmine's father loves his people but especially his daughter and wishes only for her to be happy and taken care of. So, he tries to get her betrothed to an Arranged Marriage
, but fails because no prince is ever good enough for her. When she falls in love with Aladdin, who also saves Agrabah from the tyranny of Jafar, he gives them his blessing to wed.
- Adipose Rex: Age and high living have made him quite roly-poly.
- Badass Grandpa: For the most part, averted... though in some episodes of the series he shows this such as the episode where he impressed the man-hating amazons.
- Berserk Button: Do not threaten the city or its people, and especially his daughter Jasmine if you know what's good for you.
- Big Good: As the kind, benevolent Sultan of Agrabah.
- Bumbling Dad: To Jasmine. Not stupid, but somewhat childish and gullible.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He seems to be a bumbling, almost childlike figure most commonly, but he was a pretty good adventurer and warlord in his younger days, and he still retains something of his old skills.
- Genius Ditz: He's a competent ruler, but he seems hopelessly inept at reading people and is generally incredibly scatterbrained.
- Good Counterpart: He's Jafar's opposite both physically and mentally.
- The Good King: It's shown in the TV series. When Jasmine tells him about the impoverished people in his kingdom, he expresses concern. His inflection implies "I gotta do something about that."
- Good Parents: Despite his flaws, he is a good father to Jasmine. He wants her to marry but doesn't want it to be to someone she hates.
- Horrible Judge of Character: The Trope Namer! The movie even lampshades this when the Sultan prides himself to be an excellent judge of character, and Iago grumbles his sarcastic "NOT!"
- Let's Get Dangerous: He's normally docile, child-like and fun-loving, but he knows when to put his foot down when he has to.
- Leitmotif: A cute li'l Fanfare.
- Man Child: At times he acts very childish, such as collecting toys and getting really excited when riding the carpet.
- Miniature Senior Citizen: Although he wasn't any taller when he was younger either.
- Nice Guy: Shown to be a very kind and generous person. He actually has no personal problems with Jasmine marrying outside of royalty, it's just that royal customs forbid it. And he forgot that he makes the royal customs.
- No Name Given: Although the lyrics for the unused reprises for Arabian Nights reveal that his name is Hamed. Also, in one episode of the series, the ghost of his grandfather calls him "Bobo".
- Papa Wolf: Towards his daughter Jasmine. See Berserk Button.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite his flaws, he's generally a worthy ruler knowing when to put his power into good use.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: On occasion in the television show. The end of the first movie has him realize how outdated the law is, and how much Aladdin has proven himself, so he revokes it.
- Retired Badass: If the stories about his past are true he's had an eventful life before settling down.
- Screw the Rules, I Make Them!: Though it takes him a movie to realize he can.
Princess Jasmine's large yet loyal and loving pet tiger.
- All Animals Are Dogs: He acts like a (very tough) house cat.
- Amplified Animal Aptitude: Not to the extent of Abu, but he's pretty smart for an animal, assisting Jasmine in her escape from the palace and even comforting her while she's grieving for Aladdin, whom Jasmine, thanks to Jafar's trickery, believed to have been executed.
- Cats Are Mean: Initially, before he warms up to Aladdin.
- Cool Pet: He's completely loyal and devoted to Jasmine.
- Cute Kitten: Turned into one by Jafar (temporarily) in the first movie.
- Demoted to Extra: In the TV Series, due to low-budget animation studios having trouble drawing his stripes properly on a consistent basis.
- Empathy Pet: Much like Abu is this to Aladdin.
- Panthera Awesome: Although he acts more like an oversized housecat.
- Undying Loyalty: For Jasmine.
"Now where were we? Ah, yes - abject humiliation!"
Voiced by: Jonathan Freeman
The Sultan's Grand Vizier in the first film, he yearns to claim power over the throne but is forbidden from ever attaining that position. For this reason, he seeks the Lamp of the Genie, so that he may use the Genie to become Sultan in turn. Ultimately outwitted by Aladdin, he wishes himself to be turned into a genie, only to be sealed away inside his own lamp. Upon escaping, he "recruits" the bandit Abis Mal to aid him in seeking revenge.
- A Form You Are Comfortable With: He spends most of the second movie in his original human form because his true genie form is a bit too much for Abis Mal to handle.
- Ambition Is Evil: Particularly pronounced in comparison to Aladdin, who ultimately only wants power because he thinks it will make him good enough for Jasmine (with a bit of self esteem issues thrown in). Jafar wants power for power's sake, despite the fact he's already in a powerful position as the Grand Vizier and a Dragon-in-Chief to the Sultan, able to hypnotize him and make him into a Puppet King whenever he feels like it. It just isn't enough for him; he wants more.
- He even becomes a powerful sorcerer once his second wish is granted then conquers Agrabah effortlessly. Not even that satisfies his greed apparently, finding that Genie was the one who granted him his powers would mean that he was one step below powerfully. Jafar uses his third Becoming the Genie.
- And Now You Must Marry Me: His plan for Jasmine. She's horrified to find out.
- Animal Eyes: Briefly during his shape shifting into a snake
- Ax-Crazy: He looks calm and cold-blooded at first, but once he obtains the Lamp's power he loses all his coolness, revealing his true psychopathic nature. Genie calls him "Se˝or Psychopath" for a reason.
- Bad Boss: To Iago in the first movie and Abis Mal in the second movie. The former is fed up and quits being evil.
- Bald of Evil: Not noticeable at first, but he's shown to be this during his Big "YES!" to Big "NO!" scene.
- Beard of Evil: Jasmine, falsely admiringly, notes that it's "So twisted".
- Becoming the Genie: His wish to become an all-powerful genie fires back on him and traps him in a new lamp. By the second film however this works to his advantage, since with his lamp rediscovered his transformation into an evil genie basically made him a near-omnipotent villain with all the time in the world to plot his revenge, but at the cost of having his life force trapped within the lamp.
- Big Bad: The main villain of the first two films.
- Big "NO!": Gives out one after every defeat.
- Breath Weapon: "I'm just getting warmed up!" (fire breath)
- Card-Carrying Villain: Though he doesn't say outright he's evil, he doesn't seem to take offense to Iago calling him "Your Rottenness" or "Oh Mighty Evil One". And if you call him a snake...
- Charm Person: With his magic staff which he used to convince the Sultan to more easily persuade him.
- The Chessmaster: In the first movie, and especially the second movie.
- Classic Villain: Representing Ambition and Pride. He even provides the page image.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Dressed in villainous black and red.
- Composite Character: Jafar is a mixture of 3 antagonists from the fairy tale the movie is based on. They are the sorcerer who wanted the genie, the vizier who tried to discredit Aladdin after his rise to wealth, and the vizier's son who tried to marry the princess.
- Creepy Long Fingers: Which goes along with his thin frame.
- Dark Is Evil: In his normal and sorcerer forms.
- Deadpan Snarker: During his less hammy moments.
- Deader Than Dead: This is seemingly his final fate in Hercules and the Arabian Night, his final chronological (though non-canon) appearance outside of alternate continuities. Jafar, being already dead but temporarily resurrected by Hades as long as he's holding his staff, has the snake staff destroyed by Hercules, causing him to sink into the river Styx, but disappear entirely before he's fully immersed.
- Determinator: In the first movie, he is completely foiled several times before the climax - in fact, halfway through the movie he is nearly beaten for good. Every time it seems like's finished, he comes up with a brand new plan and tries again - and by the end of the movie he's gone through about three.
- Dragged Off to Hell: His ultimate fate in the Hercules crossover. After Hercules breaks his staff, the only thing keeping him alive, Jafar turns back into a ghost and is forcibly dragged into the River Styx by the souls within.
- Evil Chancellor: A classic example, he even provides the image
- Evil Counterpart: Jafar is essentially a "dark mirror" of sorts for Aladdin. Just older, and having chief flaws that are exaggerated versions of Aladdin's own. Essentially both want to move up in the world and resort to trickery in order to do so. Both resort to deception in this pursuit. Jafar pretending to be a calm, stoic, and loyal advisor whilst he is actually a maniacal, sadistic, and eccentric villain. Aladdin in his Prince Ali guise puts out an air of arrogance, boisterousness, and regality to cover up his more mild-mannered and humble true persona. Ironically enough, Jasmine is able to see through both of them. Both also at least start to become too dependent on the use of magic in their pursuits. Aladdin uses the Genie to set up his fašade as a prince, and eventually becomes so worried about keeping up appearances that he tells the Genie that he believes he is going to have to go back on his promise to free him as he doesn't think he can keep up the ruse without him. Jafar similarly depends on using magical artifacts like his snake staff that has hypnotic powers with which he maintains control over the Sultan, and also like Aladdin seeks to use the Genie to help move himself up but in a more forceful way. In the end Jafar is defeated by Aladdin using his own natural wits rather than magic with which me manages to play on Jafar's obsessive craving for power. Jafar himself is somewhat conscious of their similarities given his line during the Prince Ali Reprise song number where he says, "So Ali turns out to be merely Aladdin. Just a con, need I go on, take from me." Heck, both even have small, as well as greedy, comic relief animal sidekicks that hang out with them.
- It could also be said that Jafar comes to serve as this for Genie as well after he has made his wish to turn himself into a genie as well.
- Evil Costume Switch: His hat, robes, and staff change after he becomes a sorcerer, and again after he becomes a genie.
- Evil Eyebrows: Big and thin ones
- Evil Genius: When he doesn't give into Pride he's actually very clever, especially in the sequel.
- Evil Is Bigger: He may be Lean and Mean, but he absolutely towers over everybody else in the movie except the Genie.
- Evil Is Hammy: Especially after becoming the greatest sorcerer in the world.
- Evil Is Petty: From The Return of Jafar onwards, his only motivation is to get revenge on Aladdin; everything else, including world domination, is a distant second.
- Evil Laugh: One of the greats. The one he gives after he has Jasmine and the Sultan at his mercy is so psychotic it's downright terrifying.
- Evil Plan: Acquiring the lamp and marrying are ends to the same goal; take over the kingdom.
- Evil Sorcerer: The greatest IN THE WORLD!!!
- Family-Unfriendly Death: He convulses in agony while his skeleton appears in flashes of light in a manner not dissimilar to how electrocution is portrayed.
- Faux Affably Evil: Begins as composed, polite and stoic, but gradually reveals the true monster behind the act.
- Fisher King: When he takes control the sky becomes red
- From Nobody to Nightmare: Multiple times. He starts as a Smug Snake, then he becomes an Evil Sorcerer, then he becomes a Physical God. In Return of Jafar he doesn't get any stronger, but he definitely gets smarter.
- Glowing Eyes of Doom: In his Genie form.
- A God Am I
"THE POWER... THE ABSOLUTE POWEEEERRR!!! THE UNIVERSE IS MIIIINE TO COMMAND, TO CONTROOOOOLLL!!!"
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His wish to be an all-powerful genie is what resulted in his being imprisoned in a lamp at the end of the first movie.
- Good Colors, Evil Colors: His genie form is red, with fangs and claws, compared to Genie's blue.
- A Guy and His Parrot: Him and Iago have this relationship.
- Hypno Ray: Via his Magic Staff.
- Insult Backfire: Which triggers his giant cobra form:
Aladdin: Are you too afraid to fight me yourself, you cowardly snake?!
Jafar: A snake, am I? Perhaps you'd like to see how ssssnakelike I can be! (cue giant snake transformation)
- Jackass Genie: In Return of Jafar, where he grants wishes to his master Abis Mal in exactly the worst way and compells him to help "his" genie under threat of receiving a Fate Worse Than Death.
"I'll have your hands for a trophy, street rat!"
Chief of the Sultan's guards, Razoul is the enforcer of law and order in Agrabah, and holds a particular resentment for Aladdin, who has a past of escaping him and making he and his men seem like fools.
- All Crimes Are Equal: It doesn't matter if you're an old man or a woman, or if you're a Justified Criminal like Aladdin who only steals food to survive. If you commit a crime, he will come after you. Truth in Television: Medieval era laws and punishments were very harsh, no matter where in the world you were.
- By-the-Book Cop: Even after Aladdin becomes Jasmine's fiance, Razoul will look for any excuse to arrest Aladdin or make things hard for the "street rat."
- Chained Heat: With Aladdin in the TV finale. Even better, it was a magic chain. If they got along, it was long; disagreeing, short; and if they started fighting, the shackles fused together.
- Determinator: The first film establishes that he has been after Aladdin for quite some time.
- Grumpy Bear: We rarely ever see him happy about anything, and the one time he was, it quickly got snatched away by the King of Thieves.
- Hero Antagonist: He's only doing his job.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He doesn't even try to hide his dislike of Aladdin even after the Sultan and Jasmine accept him, but he still at least tolerates his presence.
- Karma Houdini: Despite having had a direct hand in times (at least three) when Aladdin has nearly died, he never faces any significant punishment.
- Psycho for Hire: Zig Zagged. There are numerous hints and examples that he enjoys executing people. In the first movie, he eagerly and readily attempts to drown Aladdin/Prince Ali in the ocean under Jafar's orders, and in The Return of Jafar, when Jafar's Evil Plan leads him to think that Aladdin had killed the Sultan, he's so eager to see it happen that he plays the executioner himself. However, when the Sultan, overshadowed by an evil spirit, ordered Jasmine to be executed, he wasn't comfortable with being the one to do the job.
- Red Shirt Army: This is very evident where the Royal Guards had difficulty defeating Dominus Tusk.
- The Resenter: A mild version occasionally shows in the TV series, he's evidently not happy about the fact that the thief he's been chasing in the movie has become his superior. You can't just expect the cop to be cool with the ex-con after all, prince or not.
- Surrounded by Idiots: The other guards aren't very bright.
- Undying Loyalty: To the Sultan and Princess Jasmine. Case-in-point: in the first movie, when Aladdin is arrested by him, Jasmine, who had been hanging out with him in disguise, promptly reveals herself and demands that they let him go. Razoul, who had been eager to finally capture Aladdin, immediately changes his tune and apologizes, politely telling Jasmine that he would do so, but he's working under Jafar's orders.
- Unwitting Pawn: To Jafar in both movies, some occasions in the TV series, and to Sa'luk in King Of Thieves.