Lucifer's mother, Charlotte, finds herself at the scene of a bloody murder. Lucifer is hesitant to believe her tale, so he instructs Maze to babysit her. Chloe is dealing with an interesting parenting dilemma with Trixie. Dr. Linda forces a friend to confront a very big issue steming from last season.Written by
I wrote in my previous review for the S02E01 episode that the show Lucifer "It finally found its character!". I'm glad that it seems to be willing to continue its entertaining course...
The (unnecessary) drama is limited, and even that is wrapped with witty humor. The whole atmosphere is light and entertaining. This episode has also a very good comedic timing (which is essential to deliver the jokes and the funny situations).
Tricia Helfer seems like a welcoming addition to the cast. She looks hot and she can handle the humorous lines with ease.
A minor let-down is the gradual revealing of the "mythology" behind these supposedly celestial beings. Especially now that Luci's mother is around. "...all my children in Heaven","I want what your father took from me. I want my home back.". The "Heaven" seems too casual and too humane. All these descriptive comments make "heaven" too simple to swallow.
Anyway that's not the point. The most relevant question always is "Is it fun to watch?". Well the 2nd season started good and it improves. Now that Lucifer found its character as "A light supernatural action Comedy" (and disavowed the ...actual devil worshipers (!)..) I think it is a worthy series to watch for 42 minutes of light entertainment.
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