This week's Lucifer finale meets with the end of Palmetto, which rapidly loses any real relevance to the story. Lucifer is out and about, trying to figure out what the deal is with Chloe and having a genuinely terrible day. Amenadiel makes the smart choice of taking on a new personality and helping Lucifer out of his myriad troubles. A kidnapping, shootout and deal with God later, not much has changed except one little escaped prisoner: mum!
After a set of episodes last week that dealt with Lucifer's personal growth, this week we have a trio of episodes that focus on the Chloe/Lucifer relationship. First, Lucifer makes and loses a new friend, then Chloe gets dumped over text and finally we get the focus on a word that will repeat so much over the show you won't believe it: vulnerable. What makes Chloe Decker so special? Grab a drink and join us dissecting these great eps. Cheers!
Alli and Mary chat episodes 4-7 of Lucifer season one this week. What's amazing about these eps is the clear beginning of an arc that culminates in Netflix's season 4: who is Lucifer? Who has he been? Who does he want to become? These episodes deal with the protection and then rejection of his wings. Meanwhile, Chloe's ghosts come back to haunt her, literally, as Amenadiel pulls some not-so-angelic shenanigans. Grab a beer and join us!
Alli and Mary are back, and for our new season we're discussing Lucifer, your traditional male/female cop show with a biblical twist. Can this show be a little cheesy, a little sleazy and a touch formulaic? Well, sure, but it's also a ton of fucking fun. A silly premise is presented with an earnestness and care. The cast is dope. The music is a blast. This week, we go over the first four eps of season 1 and talk Lucifer's powers, the Los Angeles worldbuilding & the intro of our main characters. Also, FINALLY someone is getting therapy up in here. Damn.