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'''''Hot Tub High School''''' is a low-budget movie, in which a young [[Chloe Decker]] appeared topless.
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'''''Hot Tub High School''''' is a low-budget movie released in 2000<!--year John Decker died-->. A young [[Chloe Decker]] appeared topless in the film.
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
In "[[Pilot]]", Lucifer remembers seeing Chloe in the movie.
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In {{ep|101}}, Lucifer remembers seeing Chloe in the movie.
   
In "[[Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil.]]", [[Chloe Decker]] talks with [[Trixie|her daughter]] about the film. Surprisingly to Chloe, her daughter had already seen the film.
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In {{ep|102}}, [[Chloe Decker]] talks with [[Trixie|her daughter]] about the film. Surprisingly to Chloe, her daughter had already seen the film.
   
In "[[Everything's Coming Up Lucifer]]", Lucifer mention's movie title to Chloe.
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In {{ep|201}}, Lucifer mention's movie title to Chloe.
   
In "My Little Monkey", (aired 11/07/16 to "Petey" - the Asian shop keeper) Chloe's father mentions the film after giving tickets to Petey. He refers to her as "My Little Monkey" and says he's proud of her and to say it was good after the "funny business" about ten minutes in.
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In a flashback in {{ep|207}}, [[John Decker]], Chloe's father, gives tickets to the film to Petey, a Korean shop owner. He refers to Chloe as "My Little Monkey" and says he's proud of her. Petey mentions the "funny business" about 15 minutes in and John asks Petey to tell Chloe that the movie was good.
 
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Revision as of 06:44, November 13, 2016

Hot Tub High School is a low-budget movie released in 2000. A young Chloe Decker appeared topless in the film.

History

In "Pilot", Lucifer remembers seeing Chloe in the movie.

In "Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil.", Chloe Decker talks with her daughter about the film. Surprisingly to Chloe, her daughter had already seen the film.

In "Everything's Coming Up Lucifer", Lucifer mention's movie title to Chloe.

In a flashback in "My Little Monkey", John Decker, Chloe's father, gives tickets to the film to Petey, a Korean shop owner. He refers to Chloe as "My Little Monkey" and says he's proud of her. Petey mentions the "funny business" about 15 minutes in and John asks Petey to tell Chloe that the movie was good.

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