Lucifer

Lucifer – Save Lucifer

by Alan Rapp on September 18, 2019

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Lucifer - Save Lucifer TV review

The penultimate episode of Lucifer‘s Fourth Season features the death of a local celebrity realtor and Lucifer (Tom Ellis) struggling with becoming more and more demonic. While the murder of the week boils down to family drama and squabbles, Lucifer’s transformation is much harder for Chloe (Lauren German) to deal with. In a watershed moment for her character, Chloe accepts Lucifer (devil wings and all) and in doing so allows Lucifer to accept and forgive himself for his past mistakes. Tying back to Chloe’s season-long struggle with the bombshell she learned at the end of the previous season, this would allow the season to end on a happy note for both Devil and detective, but fate it seems has other plans. The episode is also notable for the birth of Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) and Linda’s (Rachael Harris) child whose mere existence will lead to trouble for everyone involved the the series finale.

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Lucifer – Expire Erect

by Alan Rapp on August 28, 2019

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Lucifer - Expire Erect television review

Looking for closure, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) decides on one final case with Chloe (Lauren German) involving the death of a collector of classic cars. Chloe, who has only recently begun to come around to the truth about her partner, meets Eve (Inbar Lavi) for the first time and discovers there is another woman who has known about Lucifer who she can discuss the Devil with (and who has been impregnated by an angel and just gotten an unexpected roommate).

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Lucifer – All About Eve

by Alan Rapp on August 22, 2019

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Lucifer - All About Eve TV review

“All About Eve” offers a proper introduction to Eve (Inbar Lavi) when the second human being in all of creation shows in Los Angeles in need of Lucifer‘s (Tom Ellis) help. When the man who flew her to Los Angeles turns up dead with his priceless necklace missing, the Devil sets out to protect Eve from both the mob and the police. Having fled Heaven to enjoy life on Earth, it isn’t until the end of the episode that Eve reveals her true interest is Lucifer (whom she is able to accept for all that he is, unlike a certain police detective). Chloe (Lauren German) seems finally able to make an effort to accept Lucifer, Devilnes and all, but has she missed her chance? And is Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) correct to worry that Eve is exactly the wrong kind of influence Lucifer needs as she may push him back in bad habits?

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  • Title: Lucifer – Somebody’s Been Reading Dante’s Inferno
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Lucifer - O, Ye of Little Faith, Father television review

Unable to use Chloe (Lauren German) to take down Lucifer (Tom Ellis), Father Kinley (Graham McTavish) approaches the Devil and attempts to drive a wedge between the pair by providing some half-truths about Chloe’s trip to Rome and her desire to force the Devil back to hell. While investigating the murder of former gang members who had each turned their lives around, Lucifer catches his partner in a lie and struggles with what to do next while he begins more and more to compare himself to the victims and Chloe to the murder unable to allow for the possibility of redemption.

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  • Title: Lucifer – Somebody’s Been Reading Dante’s Inferno
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Lucifer - Somebody's Been Reading Dante's Inferno TV review

As Chloe (Lauren German) and Lucifer (Tom Ellis) investigate murder on a reality-TV series and plan their first date, more of Chloe’s time with Father Kinley (Graham McTavish) is revealed. Having found the detective in Rome, the preacher has enlisted her help to force Lucifer back to Hell. While McKinley speaks only of reestablishing the status quo and preventing the Devil from having any bad influence on the world, the father also secretly hopes to prevent a dark prophecy from coming to pass (never questioning the possibility that his actions may be leading directly into it becoming an reality).

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