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Season 2, Episode 18 – Lucifer battles Amenadiel over the use of the flaming sword, Charlotte makes desperate moves to save herself and hurts someone close to Lucifer. Chloe finds the latest victim of Charlotte’s divine power burnt to a crisp and suspects a charming pair of crime-scene cleaners are involved with a bigger conspiracy in the second season finale.
Season 2, Episode 17 – Lucifer discovers the key to the flaming sword while Maze tries to help Dr. Martin through her ethics investigation. Chloe almost discovers the true nature of Charlotte’s connection to Lucifer and Amenadiel while Charlotte pursues more frequent connections with Detective Dan. Charlotte’s client is murdered while helping her out and she suspects a deadly family of criminals.
Season 2, Episode 16 – Lucifer investigates a murder at an asylum where God is the primary suspect, God Johnson. Chloe treats a handsome, but innocent Doctor to one of the ten worst dinner dates in history. Charlotte seeks friendly comfort from Detective Dan, sans pants of course and Maze gets a disturbing update from Amenadiel about their time on Earth.
Season 2, Episode 15 – Lucifer struggles to light the flaming sword and goes to elementary school to learn emotional self-control when the head of admissions is stabbed in the back. Charlotte has a devastating, sword related secret and Amenadiel spirals into depression. Chloe discovers Trixie has her own secret feelings she’s been hiding from her parents.
Season 2, Episode 14 – Lucifer returns to Los Angeles with his new wife, Candy Morningstar. Lucifer works for Chloe’s trust and his position back on her team after sneaking away without notice. Chloe goes undercover as Candy to question the suspect in a musician’s murder. Charlotte suspects Lucifer is deceiving them but Amenadiel urges her to set things straight with Lucifer.
Season 2, Episode 13 – Lucifer and Chloe search for the antidote to her designer poison. Dan and Ella help gather ingredients when Chloe passes out and goes to the hospital. Lucifer kills himself to return to Hell and question Professor Carlyle about his formula. It turns out, getting out of Hell is much more difficult than getting in.
Season 2, Episode 12 –Lucifer and Chloe track a killer who is poisoning local college students and terrorizing others. Charlotte convinces Maze it’s time to tell Lucifer the truth about Chloe while Lucifer realizes his feelings are real and they can move forward with a loving relationship. Lucifer is crushed by the revelation and finds Chloe’s life in danger again.
Season 2, Episode 11 – Lucifer wants to take his relationship with Chloe to the next level but is shaken when eight weeks worth of his sexual partners are called in for questioning due to a pair of recent murders. Chloe turns to Maze after a stalker leads her and Lucifer in the right direction while Charlotte and Amenadiel support Lucifer’s pursuit of Chloe.
Season 2, Episode 10 – Lucifer takes the stand to help put the man who killed Chloe’s father away when Charlotte takes over as attorney for the defense. Detective Dan jeopardizes Chloe’s case but tries to make good. Amenadiel discovers the real reason Chloe is so special when he meets her mother.
Season 2, Episode 9 – Lucifer fights for Lux when a greedy, vindictive developer evicts him to bulldoze the building while Chloe investigates the murder of a wealthy real estate tycoon.
Season 2, Episode 8 – Lucifer tries to locate a celestial murder weapon before Chloe finds it and books it into evidence. Chloe gets jealous when she sees Lucifer and Ella moving closer together. Charlotte heads way out of bounds with her earthly extracurriculars and we discover Lucifer has a sister while Dr. Martin returns to treating the devil.
Season 2, Episode 7 – Lucifer goes method and shadows Dan to learn how to be a more useful tool to the people he loves, Maze looks for regular work but misses Dr. Martin who is afraid to spend time with her now that she believes Lucifer is the devil and Maze is a demon. Chloe investigates the murder of the man convicted of killing her father.
Season 2, Episode 6 – Lucifer reveals his actual face to Dr. Martin and Maze shows Trixie her actual look when they go trick or treating while Chloe and Detective Dan work the murder of a bride from a zombie themed wedding. Charlotte mother’s Amenadiel out of depression and gets him to look at his existence in a whole new way.
Season 2, Episode 5 – Maze and Amenadiel work to resolve the chaos caused when Urial, another one of Charlotte’s sons, arrives on Earth with a divine agenda while Charlotte battles the impossible schedule of a career woman, wife, and mother.
Season 2, Episode 4 – Lucifer helps distract Chloe from her divorce issues by setting up a girls night out with Maze, Doc Martin, and Ella. Meanwhile, Lucifer, Detective Dan, and Amenadiel attend a sex party looking for a suspect in two homicides. Charlotte suffers her first few days as a wife and barely survives being a mother to human children.
Season 2, Episode 3 – Lucifer struggles with having Charlotte around and goes looking for a serial killer who punishes victims for their sins. Charlotte meets with Amenadiel, her other angry son, but he isn’t talking about his wing infection, while Chloe and Dan face the real issues of moving forward and protecting Trixie’s fragile childhood.
Season 2, Episode 2 – Amenadial suffers from a nasty wing infection and Tricia Helfer joins the cast when Lucifer faces his mother issues. Charlotte arrives in Los Angeles fresh after her escape from hell and recent hotel room murder. She says she wants to apologize and make up for lost time, but she has another sinister purpose.
Season 2, Episode 1 – Lucifer is running scared in the season two premiere when his mother drops in unannounced.
Lucifer packs it’s last episode with gun fights, fights between brothers, new alliances, a princess rescue, and a trip to hell and back. A season finale could not have been presented better.
Lucifer has his most soulful episode of the season when a young Satan worshiper is murdered by a true believer.
Lucifer is at its best when it spends as little time on the crime as possible. For instance, this week the murder victim is a lothario ex-basketball player turned philanthropist. His world is only interesting as a reflection to Lucifer’s.
Maze tries out therapy in this week’s Lucifer. It’s like watching a leopard ask for guidance on how to live with an annoying, emotionally sensitive, herd of impalas.
It’s no joke when “A Priest Walks Into A Bar” and shows Lucifer what real faith and redemption looks like. He might be surrounded by people all the time, but he’s really alone when it comes to anyone who can share his experience.
Lucifer feels like he has no allies as he discovers new emotional ground in “Et Tu, Doctor”.
Maze and Lucifer torture people they suspect have a lead on his wings, but don’t find any intelligence. He turns to Chloe for her criminal investigation skills and asks her to be his “Wingman”.
Lucifer deals with the injustice of his father and the curse he feels for not being the “Favorite Son” in this week’s episode.
Lucifer makes a deal for more access to Chloe and LAPD when someone is murdered for some really “Sweet Kicks”. Meanwhile, Amenadiel digs for leverage against Lucifer. Maze meets him for coffee and they discuss how to coerce Lucifer.
Lucifer takes “Player” lessons from a master of manipulation and “Manly Whatnots”. This post Valentine’s Day episode is cloaked in romantic rejection as Lucifer continues to throw himself against Chloe’s icy shell.
Lucifer serves up an identity thief in “The Would-Be Prince Of Darkness”. Chloe continues to look for reasonable explanations for Lucifer’s power of persuasion. This show has a lot of fun with themes of sin, evil, injustice, and punishment.
Lucifer returns to the streets of Los Angeles, populated by deceptive people in Lucifer Stay, Good Devil. Fox’s Prince of darkness is driven by mystery and desire; otherwise, he’s a demon of his word. A great element of the show’s fun is watching him explore and audit the naughty realm of human desire.