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The Book of Khartoum
Season 3, Episode 3
Ep 81
Air date September 30, 1995
Written by Mark Seidenberg
Directed by Alan Zaslove
Episode guide
Episode 80: Riders Redux
Episode 82: While the City Snoozes


Genie and Eden are going out on the anniversary of the first time they met and madly fell for one another, but Mozenrath has other plans. He takes Genie captive and uses him to energize a furnace and create a Philosopher's Stone to further increase his own magical abilities, as per the instructions of Khartoum, an extraordinarily strong and evil sorcerer trapped on the cover of his own creation.

When Aladdin, Eden and the others learn of this, they go after Genie, but soon Eden too is trapped- tricked by Mozenrath into exchanging her life for Genie's, they both end up powering the machine, and aging rapidly.

Meanwhile, Mozenrath completes the Philosopher's Stone and discovers that he himself has been taken advantage of by Khartoum: rather than increase Mozenrath's own magical strength and abilities tremendously, it successfully releases Khartoum from his book.

Aladdin releases both Genie and Eden, who use the legendary Genie Embrace to restore each other's powers fully, and they easily defeat Khartoum by grabbing the Philosopher's Stone and sending it into space, as it will soon self-destruct anyway; thus imprisoning Khartoum in his own magical book again for good. Afterward, Genie and Eden think of their adventure as their big anniversary.

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  • Jasmine is absent and doesn't appear in this episode but she's mentioned by Genie and Aladdin in that she is off escorting a caravan.
  • This episode takes place one year after the events of "Some Enchanted Genie". This is the third episode to show a significant passage of time after "Forget Me Lots" and "Smells Like Trouble", with "Forget Me Lots" taking place a year after Aladdin and "Smells Like Trouble" taking place over a year after "Stinker Belle" respectively, showing that the events of the animated series lasted over 1 year at least or 3 years at most.