When a movie star's son is killed after being chased by the paparazzi, Chloe takes a deep look into the case with a little help from Lucifer. Meanwhile, Maze and Amenadiel continue to encourage Lucifer to go back to hell.
Lucifer continues to see the psychologist. A pararazzo that Chloe dislikes is wrongly accused of killing the son of a movie star. Chloe runs the investigation with Lucifer's help although she's supposed to be on medical leave. Lucifer pays a visit to Chloe's house, whom he finds fascinating because she is able to resist his charm. Then Lucifer starts digging up Chloe's past, using the paparazzo. In order to prove himself to Mazikeen, Lucifer takes the law into his own hands.Written by
In the car crash scene, when Lucifer arrives, one paparazzo (green jacket, gold watch, round sunglasses and telephoto lens) is always changing places between shots, alternatively behind and facing Chloe. See more »
Save your soul! It's up to you! I ask you to repent! Repent your sins before it is too late! It is the end of times! The Devil walks among us!
Padre, you have no idea how right you are.
But there's no need to be angry about it. Enjoy the ride.
Bless you. Have you seen the face of the Devil?
Oh, every morning in the mirror, pal.
Exactly! He's in all of us! In our every moment of weakness. Look at this world! The sin, the lust! It is the Devil's touch.
N-N-No, don't give me ...
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The second episode of Lucifer presents the same problems that the pilot, and it may become a stale idea pretty soon if they don't improve things.
The son of a movie star is killed, but the paparazzi that was behind the accident may not be the real culprit. Chloe and Lucifer decide to investigate.
The episode has some good moments: the relationship between the characters is a little bit more developed, there are some funny moments, the acting isn't great but isn't horrible (Lucifer's Tom Ellis seems a little bit more confident in his role). But the problems are still big: lame mystery, not very good plot development (cheap situations and "surprises"), more moments not funny than the other way around and, really, Lucifer is changing?; they couldn't come up with nothing more original?
It is still acceptable enough, but if they don't improve soon, there won't be much to make it special.
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