I had a feeling abt Pete last episode. It was almost like he was feeling Lucifer out in the hallway. I think Ella should go for the geeky guy on KillList or whatever that website was. I think he would fit right up her alley - awkward, geeky, a little dark.
During the opening credits, I just noticed that Tom Ellis is an ‘Executive Producer’. Usually that just means more money & a lot more pull in storylines, and I wonder if this was the driving force begins the ‘dispute’ earlier this year.
Speaking of... he did a hell of a job (pun intended) in making me see two different angels in Lucifer & Michael. The effects were top notch again, too.
Toobad Uriel’s dead. Because I can so totally see Dean Winters (Mayhem guy) playing the patterns angel, like @MrPissyPuppy suggested.
How many cops will say “Hey Safe Driver’s Save 40%” once time re-starts?
I thought Remiel sensed a new celestial last season? So is Michael lying abt that, too?
Now my biggest pet peeve...Maze. I could sympathize with her in S3, even if I didn’t like how she manipulated Chloe & Lucifer. But this is too much. HOW does she know that Michael has never lied to her? Yes, he told her the truth abt Lilith, but so fricking what. Maze has NEVER shown any inclination of wanting to see, meet or hear abt her mother. Maze was Lucifer’s trusted #2 for millennia and she could’ve asked millions of times. She KNOWS Lucifer doesn’t lie, keeps his word, and honors deals. This feels too shoe horned to keep the sides even. Tho I didn’t like Lucifer calling her “just a demon”. Maze used to be a STRONG - mentally & physically - being, now she’s all weepy abt “abandonment issues” - Lilith, Eve, Lucifer, Chloe. She fought off 12 people & ran 4 miles to protect her best friend and open up abt her emotions (the “I’m sorry” to Dr. Linda), yet now is pining for the woman who left her thousands of years ago as a baby? Pppffff....
All in all a good season so far. Not quite S4, but that had a tight window of 10 episodes, not 16 split into two. So there’s bound to be some stretching of plot lines. Not as bad as S3, of course. Nothing could be that bad.