Aladdin: [after Aladdin vanquishes Arbutus] Jasmine, we did it!
[he notices Jasmine looks upset]
Aladdin: Jasmine? What?
Princess Jasmine: Oh, Aladdin. I know you meant to do the right thing, but Arbutus was not a monster. He was just different.
Iago: Yeah, he was a beast!
Aladdin: Iago! Jasmine, I don't understand.
Princess Jasmine: He loved his garden the way you and Father love me.
[Genie turns into a butterfly]
Genie: I feel so... pretty!
Arbutus: You can sever every limb, but my power will always bloom!
Princess Jasmine: Arbutus, I'm not a flower you can keep in your garden. I need my family and friends.
Arbutus: Ah, yes, human needs. Like you need to hack down my gorgeous trees, and chop them into lumber.
Princess Jasmine: It's not that simple.
Arbutus: Indeed. You burn them. For warmth. Breathing smoke - to block our life-giving sun!
Princess Jasmine: We don't do that on purpose.
Arbutus: Is it an accident when you rip and pluck my flowers? Condemning them to a slow death in a vase?
Princess Jasmine: Slow death?
Arbutus: Your kind - you're all the same! You treat my beautiful living creations as things! Why should I treat you any differently?
[Arbutus turns away]
Princess Jasmine: Arbutus, I... I think I understand.
[Arbutus turns back to face her; the scene cuts away]
Arbutus: Do you truly understand me, Princess? Or is this some human trick?
Princess Jasmine: We humans appreciate your creations. The beauty of a flower, the shade from a tree, the joy of planting a seed and watching it grow. We care.
Princess Jasmine: If only I could believe you...Perhaps I can! After all, you do bear the name of a flower.