Aladdin, Abu, and the Genie land safely on the magic carpet. The Genie is feeling pretty good about his magical powers. Impressive, right?
Totes, Aladdin says. Now, about those three wishes.
Nope, you're down to two, the Genie tells him.
Nah, Aladdin says, I didn't actually wish to get out of the cave. Kind of tricked you on that one.
Okay, the Genie has to admit he got played there. But that's okay. Fair enough. Aladdin still has three official wishes.
As Aladdin is deciding, he asks the Genie what he would wish for. That's easy—freedom. See, being a genie is cool, given those phenomenal cosmic powers and all, but having to live inside a tiny lamp for thousands of years and pop out and grant people's wishes on a dime is kind of a bummer.
It is bummer, so Aladdin promises that he'll use his last wish to set the Genie free. Here's hoping.
Okay, so what does Aladdin want? Well, there's this girl…and she's amazing. But she's also a princess, and Aladdin would have to be a prince to have a chance with her.
So, there's the first wish right there—Aladdin wants to become a prince.
Oh, that's doable. First, the Genie gives Aladdin a snazzy new wardrobe; then he transforms Abu into a giant elephant. Way impressive.
But that's not all. By the time the Genie's done, Aladdin's gonna make one grand and royal entrance.