I actually think Dan's arc since the move to Netflix has been really interesting.
I'm not really a fan of prophecy. Where did it come from? Did he translate it wrong? It's just a guess.
I don't buy Lucifer = evil because the first three seasons of the show were clear in showing that he punishes the guilty. Or why evil will be "released". Dude, the world of men released evil at the beginning of time. I hope it's completely wrong, though the wings indicate something is going on.
I suppose I can buy that killing Cain maybe threw things off, but he's not really human per se and was trying to kill him. One could argue it was self defense.
If Amey's theory is correct, Lucifer could be suffering fallout from killing him and brought it on himself. The devil face didn't just return until Cain taunted him.
I wonder if Eve shielding Trixie was scripted or the actor's choice.
I know the actor playing Chloe gets a lot of flak but she pulls off some great reaction shots off Lucifer. It's hard playing the straight role.
I do like that there's been a subtle thread this season that Lucifer resents Chloe for not accepting him. I mean he took a hail of bullets in his wings for her.