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"O, Ye of Little Faith, Father" is the third episode of the fourth season of Lucifer.

Summary[]

An ex-gang member's murder may mask an even darker crime. Lucifer catches Chloe in a lie. Dan and Maze go rogue. Linda braces for looming motherhood.

Plot[]

Kinley visits Lucifer revealing Chloe's plans to send him back to Hell. Amenadiel proposes to Linda, but she only wants a hand to hold, which he offers. Meanwhile rocket scientist Susan Ochoa and mechanic David Ramirez, both former "Los X" gang members are murdered. Deciding not to wait for a warrant Dan and Maze take matters into their own hands to get information from Los X's leader learning Oscar Rivas, Susan and David's drug councillor, is the killer. Lucifer hints to Chloe that he knows she has lied to him just as Dan calls with information on Oscar. Lucifer confronts Oscar who wants Lucifer to kill him as punishment and "reveal Lucifer's true self"; sensing something is amiss Lucifer keeps his "Devil Face" back so Oscar kills himself. Finding a one-way mirror, Chloe and Lucifer deduce Kinley orchestrated the case to expose Lucifer as the Devil. Chloe arrests Kinley for his role in the murders but admits she is not ready to accept Lucifer as he truly is so, hurt by Chloe's deception, Lucifer decides to take time away from her. Kinley is excommunicated from the Church. The episode closes as Eve walks into Lux and orders an Appletini.

Cast[]

Starring[]

Guest Starring[]

Co-Starring[]

  • Elizabeth Bond as Sally
  • Mario Perez as Banger
  • Wilson Ramirez JR as Boss Banger

Gallery[]

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Notes and Trivia[]

  • Lucifer is the one who says the title name in the episode.
  • Both the murder victims were actually innocent of what their killer thought them guilty of. Proof: the woman, Susan Ochello, had a drug test from the previous week come back clear, which contradicts the murderer claiming she was using again.
  • Chloe once again claims Lucifer is rich, stating he has a "vast fortune".

Links[]

Season 4

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