Full House: In the two-part episode, "The House Meets the Mouse", D.J. hallucinates a man dressed as Aladdin as Steve, a meta-reference to Scott Weinger, who played Steve, being the voice of Aladdin. The man explains that whoever makes the Genie appear when they rub the lamp will get three wishes and be crowned prince or princess of the day. Stephanie and Michelle argue over who gets to rub the lamp first, and Michelle wins and ends up conjuring the Genie.
The George Lopez Show: In the episode "Profiles of Courage", George at one point tells Angie, "I told you we should've rented Aladdin."
Both the SNES and Sega Genesis versions of Bonkers have Aladdin's magic lamp as a treasure in the Toon Museum. In the former game, it is stolen and can be recovered by completing the Studio level, and in the latter game, Bonkers has to protect it from Harry the Handbag and his gang of raccoon thieves.
In the CollegeHumor short, "Aladdin's Mistake", Aladdin accidentally wishes for Genie to be human rather than free, resulting in Genie's legs becoming a hideously deformed pile of mass when he attempts to come out of the lamp.
How It Should Have Ended provides an alternate ending to the film, where Genie convinces Aladdin to confess to Jasmine that he isn't really a prince, and also to take the magic lamp with him to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands. Jasmine believes that inheriting royalty without having to do anything to earn it makes Aladdin a prince anyaway, and the two get married. Aladdin then convinces Genie to let Jasmine make a wish, and Jasmine's wish is for their movie to never be made into alive-action cash-grab.
Sonic In X Minutes: In "Sonic And The Secret Rings in 3 Minutes", Sonic paraphrases Aladdin when he attempts to trap Erazor Djinn in a magic lamp. Erazor points out that quoting Aladdin doesn't make sense in that context, then Genie shows up and has Erazor arrested for painfully obvious copyright infringement that makes Jafar (in his genie form) cry.
In his review of Space Jam, in response to the film's numerous extreme close-ups on the characters' faces, the Critic says that he keeps expecting the camera to hit them in the face, like at the beginning of Aladdin, then he plays that scene from the movie.
In his "Top 11 Disney Villains" video, Jafar is placed in the #10 spot.
In his review of Full House, the Critic notes that Steve is played by Scott Weinger, who was also the voice of Aladdin, leading to this exchange;
Critic: I recently caught up with the actor who played this role and I and asked him why he took a part on such a godawful show. He had this to say; Voiceclip from One Jump Ahead: Gotta eat to live, gotta steal to eat, tell you all about it when I've got the time. Critic: Yeah. It's from our talk. We, uh, we flew him into Chicago, did an audio interview, and he chose to answer everything in song. He-he-he-he's quite quirky that way.
In his review of The Disney Afternoon, when the Critic reviews Bonkers, he notes that the human characters are animated rather than live-action, which could lead to confusion if a human cartoon character like Aladdin was a real character or a cartoon one if it was featured in an episode of the series. He then says that because of that, there will never be an Aladdin and Bonkers crossover, much to the disappointment of Malcom and Tamara. In the same review, he also reviews the Aladdin: The Series spin-off that aired on the titular programming block.
In the 101 Dalmatians: The Series episode, "Home is Where the Bark Is", Aladdin and Genie make cameo appearances as two of the passengers riding on the subway train that Lucky, Cadpig, and Roly ride atop.
In the Animaniacs episode, "Jokahontas", during the "Just the Same Old Heroine" song, an Aladdin-esque scene is shown, with Dot as Jasmine, Dr. Scratchansniff as Aladdin, and Ralph as Genie.
In "I Take Thee Quagmire", when Quagmire falls in love with Joan, he imagines himself as Aladdin and her as Jasmine as they ride a flying carpet over the city of Agrabah (and later, the city of Bagdad).
In "Lois Kills Stewie", when Stewie becomes President, one of his laws bans Direct-to-Video Disney films, and a scene from a fictional sequel, Aladdin 4: Jafar May Need Glasses is shown.
In "I Dream Of Jesus", during the "Me and Jesus" song, when Peter tells Jesus that he's a real pal, Jesus appears looking like Genie and says, "Well, I'll tell you this, Peter, you ain't never had a friend like me!".
At the beginning of "Foreign Affairs", the Griffin family watch a scene from a fictional sequel, Aladdin 5: Jafar Answers the Census.
In "Road to India", Stewie is dressed in an Aladdin costume he got last Halloween.
In the Garfield and Friends episode, "Alley Katta and the 40 Thieves", The Sultan complains to Garfield and Jon that thanks to the Forty Thieves, Aladdin is now richer than him. Jon asks if it's because of his magic lamp, and Garfield replies, "No, because of his deal with Disney.".
In the The Loud House episode, "Predict Ability", some of the stunts Lincoln performs in his second nightmare look a lot like the things the Genie does during the "Friend Like Me" song.
In the Mickey Mouse (2013) short, "Feed the Birds", when the Pigeons take over Mickey's house, one of them is channel surfing. An image of Jafar can be seen on the TV for a brief second.
In the episode "Wide Awake in Wonderland", one of the warthog villains that Timon's self-insert "King Timun" faces in his story is an evil warthog genie who is defeated by being sucked into a black lamp very much like Jafar's.
The episode "Wishy Washy" has Timon and Pumbaa find a genie in a lamp and wish for a million more wishes after using up the first two. Hilarity Ensues, which the genie finds amusing, commenting that he hasn't laughed that hard since Aladdin tickled his lamp.