"Lucifer must find the antidote to the Professor's poison before it kills Chloe. He flies to Hell to find the Professor's soul and get him to turn over the antidote. While he's there, he is forced to confront his guilt about Uriel's death. Mom heads to hell to get Lucifer back, but Lucifer still feels betrayed by his parents because of something he discovers. Eventually mom gets trapped in one of the hell loops, but Lucifer saves her."
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Lucifer and Chloe desperately search for an antidote to save her, learning from the Professor's associate that he sourced the ingredients for his poisons from an amateur artist. Chloe collapses and is hospitalized, while Dan and Lucifer learn that the formula for the antidote was known only to Carlisle. With no other options, Lucifer decides he must die and travel to Hell to find Carlisle's soul, which is now eternally tormented by the incident that ruined his life - the taxi driver's death. Lucifer suggests turning over the formula may go a way for absolution. When Carlisle complies and hands over the formula, he asks if that is enough, Lucifer says, "You tell me." While waiting to be revived, however, Lucifer stumbles into a Hell loop of Uriel, who forces Lucifer to kill him again and again with Azrael's blade. Charlotte volunteers to go to Hell to free him, and does so, but ends up succumbing to her own guilt, forcing Lucifer to drag her away from Uriel. Upon being revived, Lucifer meets up with Dan and Ella, who have retrieved the ingredients, and creates the antidote. He is there to greet Chole when she wakes up. Charlotte tries to reconnect with her son, but he disowns her for deceiving him, "You set out to break my heart, well, mission accomplished." When Chloe gets no response to all her calls to him, she heads to the penthouse and is shocked to find it closed up, dust covers on the furniture, and Lucifer nowhere to be found.
- "Killing Me Softly" - Roberta Flack (piano cover by Michael Imperioli)
- "Detective Amenadiel" would reveal a reason why Linda thinks she would go to Hell.
- It's bizarre that Lucifer gets stuck in Hell, as Uriel would be played by a demon loyal to him and Lucifer has full control over what happens in Hell as revealed in "Really Sad Devil Guy". However, as he was dead at the time instead of alive and in Hell, this may be responsible for the difference.
- Lucifer is the one who says the title name in the episode.
- Humorously, Amenadiel and Maze raise their hands when Lucifer asks who wanted to kill him; and this is after their relationships with him improved.