Lucifer (2015– )
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Wingman 

Lucifer gets help from an unlikely source while trying to find the contents of his stolen container; Chloe uncovers a vital clue.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Lucifer Morningstar
... Chloe Decker
... Dan Espinoza
... Amenadiel (as DB Woodside)
... Mazikeen
... Trixie (credit only)
... Malcolm Graham
... Linda Martin
... Malcolm's Wife
... Sergei
... Carmen
... Anthony Paolucci
Anil Raman ... Agent Pitts
... Bouncer (as Benjamin Arce)
... Malcolm's Son
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Lucifer gets help from an unlikely source while trying to find the contents of his stolen container; Chloe uncovers a vital clue.

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Crime | Drama | Fantasy

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7 March 2016 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Lucifer and Amenadiel are at the beach, they say it's because Lucifer and Maze fell there when they left Hell . In City of Angels (1998), angels gather on the beach to watch the sun set. See more »

Goofs

When Lucifer and Amenadiel are attempting entry to the Black market religious auction Lucifer flashes his coin we notice it flipping sides between camera shots as he holds it up to the camera. See more »

Quotes

Amenadiel: You sure you don't want to chase after her. Maybe I can ask Father for some rain and make it a moment.
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Hurt
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Written by Trent Reznor
Performed by Tom Ellis
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Different Camera Angles - Why?
3 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

In Lucifer Wingman Episode the piano scene, Lesley-Ann Brandt was shot from an angle that looks up her nose making her nose the focus of the shot and making her nostrils seem much larger than they are. But, Chole was shot from face level which gave her face a much more attractive viewpoint. Was this done for any specific reason?

I truly love the show and think it offers believers a unique perspective. Of course, I know the show is for entertainment purposes only, but there are some very interesting view points that can be explored in each episode. Because of my beliefs, at first I thought the show would not be for me. But, I have found it entertaining and often us it as a topic of discussion with friends and family.


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