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"Orange is the New Maze"[1] is the nineteenth episode of the third season of Lucifer.

Summary Edit

"When Maze is the prime suspect in a murder, Lucifer and Chloe enter the world of bounty hunting to investigate. Maze decides she wants to go back to Hell, but after Lucifer refuses, she turns to Pierce for help. Meanwhile, Charlotte's sanity is questioned when she makes a big discovery and Chloe admits she's dating someone."[2]

Plot Edit

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Maze asks Lucifer to send her back to Hell; Lucifer refuses and suggests that she needs to blow off some steam. Linda warns Charlotte not to see Amenadiel again. Security footage of a new murder seems to implicate Maze as the killer, and Chloe learns that the victim was one of her bounties. Maze subsequently turns herself in, claiming guilt, and even hands over the murder weapon. However, when Chloe presses her, it becomes clear that Maze only wants to take the fall. Charlotte forces Lucifer to tell her about his mother. Maze escapes custody, and Chloe determines that someone is framing her. Pierce becomes increasingly jealous of the "special relationship" between Lucifer and Chloe. A conversation with a former bounty leads them to a wealthy winery owner, who blames Maze for getting her son killed. Chloe persuades Maze to spare the owner's life; instead, she stabs her in the foot. Lucifer, prompted by Amenadiel, reveals his true self to Charlotte. When Lucifer tries to persuade her to stay, Maze, angry that he refuses to consider her feelings, prepares to leave town. However, Pierce stops her, and promises to help her if she helps him.

Cast Edit

Starring Edit

Guest Starring Edit

  • McNally Sagal as Margo Channing
  • Patrick Gallagher as Barry Hill

Co-Starring Edit

  • Adam Gifford as Ruben Silva
  • Doug Hurley as Ned
  • Dutch Johnson as Zack Moore
  • Becky Wu as Yvonne Gwo
  • Frederick Mancuso as bounty #1
  • Daniel Lue as bounty #2
  • Thai Edwards as bounty #3

GoofsEdit

  • When Lucifer bends the barrel of a shotgun using both of his arms, the point of the bend means Zack has to be as strong as Lucifer, or else he wouldn't be able to hang on to it. A more "realistic" approach would be for the shotgun barrel to bend between Lucifer's hands. [3] [4]

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Season 3

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