"Never Had a Friend Like Clouds" is the third episode of Aladdin.
Continuing from the last episode, Arin asks Jon what was the first animated Disney film to use CGI. Jon believes it to be Oliver & Company, while Arin argues that it was The Little Mermaid. In actuality, The Black Cauldron and The Great Mouse Detective both featured some CGI, predating either of those films.
Jon praises the game's level design for always introducing new elements in every level, and changing the visual theme of each level as the game continues. Arin mentions Excite Truck as a counter-example, where every single level is extremely samey to the detriment of the rest of the game, and how the sequel improved things.
Jon and Arin talk about the theory that Aladdin takes place in a post-apocalyptic world. Arin compares this to a theory about the show Rugrats, where all the babies are a figment of Angelica's imagination.
Arin wonders what it would be like if the movie had a sequence that matches the level in the game set inside the Genie's lamp. Jon briefly mentions how they tried to record an episode of The Lion King, but decided that the game was impossibly hard. Arin brings up the idea of bringing Suzy to play the game instead (which eventually happened).