Lucifer – Love Handles

by Alan Rapp on January 25, 2017

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Lucifer – Love Handles
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Lucifer - Love Handles television review

Now that Chloe (Lauren German) appears to be all-in and ready to start a relationship, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) is confounded the detective’s change of heart and begins to pull back leading to some awkward moments between the pair. With things not progressing quickly enough, Mum (Tricia Helfer) decides to break the news to her son about the detective’s divine birth. It’s an odd choice, as Lucifer and Chloe seem to be back on track until the intervention with Mum and a conflicted Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt). Now the question becomes where do the potential lovebirds go from here? Of course, they do have a far more pressing problem to deal with first.

The case of the week deals with a shamed college professor (Tim DeKay) out to prove all people have selfish natures by offering complete strangers the choice to injure themselves or allow a random college student to die a violent death. The designer poisons prove too hard for either the precinct or hospital to crack, leaving catching the madman to be the only option. Although Lucifer and Chloe are able to take down the man and save his latest victims, the crazed professor has one last gift for the detective leading into the show’s winter finale next week.

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