I agree. I also think Lucifer's self-touted honor will be jeopardized by his emotional connection to Chloe before the end of the season. That line from Charlotte about how "the one thing Lucifer values above [pointed look at Chloe] everything is his honor" just screams foreshadowing. I think Dad is using Chloe to take Lucifer down a peg or two, teach him lessons about humanity and humility and, more sinisterly, eviscerate the one thing holding Lucifer's fragile self-esteem together: his sense of integrity. All so he can bring him back into the fold. The question will be, how does Lucifer square his strong desire for a deep, human connection with Chloe (not just romantic, mind you) with his much vaunted free will? And what role does Chloe herself play in all of it? Because I do credit with these writers with a plan that involves her being more than just a "magical girl" who exists solely to serve Lucifer's story, and that's saying a lot, because I usually assume the worst in these situations. Don't disappoint me, writers.