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Rather than focus on Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) or a specific crime of the week, “Off The Record” changes things up by centering an episode on someone effected by the Devil’s actions and becomes obsessed with proving just who and what Lucifer is. The fact that the reporter (Patrick Fabian) is Linda‘s (Rachael Harris) ex-husband, who is spurred on his revenge path by an oblivious Lucifer, adds fuel to the fire. Taken place over the course of multiple seasons, we watch Reese’s obsession grow until the man simply can’t take it any longer.

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Discovering that his ex-wife Candy (Lindsey Gort) is in danger, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) abandons Chloe (Lauren German) on her birthday and heads to Las Vegas with Ella (Aimee Garcia). Although we know why Lucifer entered into the sham marriage with Candy, “Vegas with Some Radish” finally provides some details in the form of flashbacks including their meeting and the pair striking up a deal. In the present, Lucifer decides to make himself bait to lure out the killer who is after Candy’s club leading to a Devil’s night of Vegas crooning on stage complete with Ella dressed as a Vegas showgirl.

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The murder of a pudding chemist brings Charlotte Richards (Tricia Helfer) back to Lucifer as the company’s lawyer. Confused by Charlotte’s return, and wondering if is part of his father’s plan (at least when he’s not distracted by the models dressed up like angels for the rival company’s sexy commercial shoot), Lucifer (Tom Ellis) vows to get to the truth but is unprepared when the lawyer makes a surprise move to jump his bones (after wrongly deducing that she must have been sleeping with Lucifer during the missing months of her life) or the level of her honesty when her efforts at seduction fail.

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Lucifer‘s (Tom Ellis) wheeling and dealing continues as the Devil also uses the latest murder investigation involving a counselor of a reform program to prove to himself, and everyone else, that no one can ever truly change. Meanwhile, Chloe (Lauren German) continues to struggle with her new boss (Tom Welling) and Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) struggles while walking a mile in Lucifer’s shoes while hoping to discover just what his purpose on Earth is and how it relates to his brother. Murder aside, which is just so-so, the episode is driven by various character insecurities while allowing time for some revelations and truths before our story comes to a close.

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Feeling a bit restless, and taking advice from Lucifer (Tom Ellis), Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt) heads to Canada after the most dangerous bounty she can find. After terrorizing Canada for a few days, Maze catches up with Ben Rivers (Chris McKenna) only to discover he’s more illusive, albeit less murderous, than she’s been led to believe which only makes the chase more spirited… but not in the way Lucifer had intended.

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While Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Chloe (Lauren German) investigate the murder of a comedian whose jokes were stolen by one of his colleagues, the show continues to lay the groundwork of the mysterious Sinnerman. Despite the lack of evidence that the mystery man even exists, Lieutenant Marcus Pierce (Tom Welling) confides in Lucifer that he’s had run-ins with the Sinnerman before and warns him off continuing down a dangerous path. While I still think there’s a 50/50 chance Pierce will be revealed to be the devil doppelganger at some point this season, making him and ally of Lucifer is an interesting path to go down. Either way, I’m curious to see where the pair’s secret investigation takes them.

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Season Three begins with a twist. While the cliffhanger of Lucifer‘s (Tom Ellis) kidnapping at the end of Season Two is central to the plot of the season premiere, it’s not what we expect. Lucifer returns after two days in the desert to find that no one missed him. Chloe (Lauren German) just assumed he flaked again and doesn’t put much credence in his story. The discovery of a murdered man buried in the desert does help convince the detective that there is a case, although Lucifer has other problems to deal with as well besides his partner’s distrust.

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lucifer-dvd-season-2Lucifer‘s Second Season introduces us to Lucifer’s mother (Tricia Helfer) who escapes Hell and arrives on Earth in the body of a beautiful lawyer with plans to return to Heaven. Along with providing plenty of new drama for Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside), the Goddess’ arrival will lead to the reveal of why Chloe (Lauren German) is immune to Lucifer’s charms along with her unusual origins.

Highlights from the season include the appearance of a man who believes he’s God, Lucifer’s need to punish himself after the death of his brother, humans becoming all murdery when getting their hands on Azrael’s blade, Lucifer testifying in court, the season finale, murder at a prestigious school, Lucifer’s wife, and a girls’ night out.

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Here’s the Lucifer panel from this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.

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Lucifer‘s Second Season finale wraps up Mum‘s (Tricia Helfer) storyline which was first teased way back in the First Season finale. While Chloe (Lauren German) begins investigating a murder caused by Lucifer‘s (Tom Ellis) mother, the devil spends most of the episode trying to find and convince Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) to restore the sword and push dear old Mum back into Heaven to be their father’s problem. Trouble is, now that Amenadiel knows Lucifer isn’t necessarily God’s favorite son he’s less inclined to help. While this is really just an excuse to draw out an important plot point, it does eventually serve a secondary purpose in the angel finding a way back to something he lost along the way.

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