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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by astrohip, Oct 2, 2017.
No wonder Maze gets along with her so well.
SHE'S A DEMON FROM HELL!!!
I've loved the Trixie/Maze dynamic since the Halloween episode when Maze showed her true face and seemed scared (?) of what Trixie's reaction would be and she was "COOL!!!"
Lucifer/Trixie had a good thing - like Lucifer dealing with the bully early in S1, but those interactions seem to be gone.
Like I said...demon from Hell.
I'm obviously forgetting something.. Didn't Lucifer lose most of his powers, e.g. 'show his real face'? Why can he still then turn his eyes red and freak people out?
It's amusing to compare and contrast the Lucifer Lucifer and the Supernatural Lucifer (who is basically as much fun, but in a much more evil way).
I dunno Rick Springfield was pretty fun! But either way I prefer this Lucifer. (and this show these days shhhhh)
I guess I understand why Lucifer is acting so childishly...he's new to all this emotional involvement stuff. But it's really starting to get annoying...and boring. I liked it better when he was plausible as somebody who might be the greatest power in the universe, if it weren't for his Dad. Now, he's more like a whiny little brat. EVen his once-considerable charm and charisma is starting to fade.
Lucifer's childish behavior and jealousy towards Kane and Chloe has gotten tiresome.
I was thinking the same thing. Wasn't he granting wishes that changed people into superstars and such the first episode in? I wasn't really a fan of the back and forth of him and Chloe to begin with but now adding Cain into it is just annoying. Also the whole Maze won't let go of her grudge is getting tiresome fast too. Basically she and Lucifer are annoying and childish. They need to get this show back on track and fast.
Just watched this tonight. And as I was watching, I'm thinking how annoying the current emotional story line is. Lucifer's jealousy, Maze's relentless hard feelings. And the weird way the Cain story is going. And I almost felt disloyal, as this is one of my favorite shows.
Then I come here, and see your comments. Surprising the writers would let us go so far down this path. Don't they feel it too?
The only twist was Cain's statement at the end. He's playing Chloe, probably to help him finally die.
But didn't he already say that's what brought him to her and he realized it was futile as well? Or am I imagining this? I love this show so much I really need them to pull it back together.
First of all, I think all the failing in writing is because they always have to come up with a reason why Lucifer is interested in the case. He's always trying some new human emotions, and the case is always something similar to it. I just hope writer makes is so Lucifer won't have to have an incentive.
As for the Cain/Chloe angle, my guess is somehow Cain is trying to hurt Chloe, physically and emotionally. This will anger Lucifer enough that he would finally find a way to kill Cain (last season's sword maybe?).
I was wondering if they already tried that sword. At a minimum Lucifier could send him to the Phantom Zone.
Lucifer thew the sword (minus the part that was Amenadiel's pendant) through the rift after mom.
Ah, forgot that...
OK, this is a fun little piece of meta trivia. On tonight's episode, the actor who plays the actor who played the killer on an episode of Bones is actually the actor who played the killer in that episode of Bones.
Still really, really tired of emo Lucifer, though.
Maybe, just maybe, tonight is the beginning of the end of that. Now that Kane lost his mark. We can hope.
I hope Maze is back too. Yeah, that's too much to wish for.
PLEASE. This entire Chloe is suddenly in love with him is annoying me so bad.
This version of Maze is no fun for me though. I like angry dark Maze but not AT Lucifer. It's boring to me.