Lucifer: Stewardess Interruptus
January 17, 2017 5:43 AM - Season 2, Episode 11 - Subscribe

Tensions between Lucifer and Chloe intensify after they have an interrupted "moment," and impact the investigation of two murders, the victims being former flames of Lucifer's. Meanwhile, Charlotte tries manipulating Chloe and Lucifer's budding romance.
posted by oh yeah! (8 comments total)
Was the cereal Maze bought for Trixie actually "Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs?"

Also, Maze eating it with vodka instead of milk made me lol.
posted by mon-ma-tron at 2:22 PM on January 17, 2017 [3 favorites]

The montage of Lucifer's lovers testifying was also hilarious. And that the only person who really cared about Lucifer was the non-lover nerdgirl stalker admirer was icing on top.
posted by Bringer Tom at 3:41 PM on January 17, 2017 [1 favorite]

I did really love this episode. But oooooooooo mystery package!
posted by miss-lapin at 4:26 PM on January 17, 2017

"Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs?"

Nope, sorry, it was 'Toasted Sugar Frosties!'

The montage of Lucifer's lovers testifying was also hilarious.

And FINALLY unambiguous confirmation of that Lucifer is not heterosexual; I love how proud he was of his "Gentlemen, start your engines" trick. Sadly, this episode may mark the end of happily-slutty-Lucifer, so it's a little like them throwing us a bone (pardon the pun), if from now on he's just going to be devoting himself entirely to Chloe, but it still made me happy.

But oooooooooo mystery package!

I got a very '4 horsemen of the apocalypse' vibe from that scene, was it just me?
posted by oh yeah! at 4:45 PM on January 17, 2017 [4 favorites]

Oh I totally did.There's something in revelations about seven vials/bowls-each with a deadly plague. The person who stole them said that some got out and he was clearly infected with SOMETHING. So that's pretty much an apocalypse teaser.
posted by miss-lapin at 5:31 PM on January 17, 2017

So this show continues to be far more entertaining than it has any right to be.

Personally, I think the casting director deserves a great deal of credit. The only dud is Detective Dad and I'm not entirely sure any actor could salvage that role. But every. single. other. supporting actor on this show is perfect and I think that's one reason why the show is greater than the sum of its parts.
posted by Ivan Fyodorovich at 11:40 PM on January 17, 2017 [1 favorite]

I didn't like this episode as much as some of the others, but a large part of that may be Fox fucking around with the schedule. Two more episodes and then nothing until May? Call me incredibly annoyed.

A lesser show I would quit over those shenanigans, as it works a whole lot better when there is less time between episodes. Somehow the dramatic arc loses a lot when a month has passed and I've found other stuff to keep me occupied. Are the ratings really that bad? I mean, I wasn't helping things during season one, but I've made sure to use official means to watch this season, despite my burning hatred of the limited variety of the ads on streaming platforms.
posted by wierdo at 3:02 AM on January 24, 2017

Poor Lucifer, nobody cares enough about him to kill him. Rather creepy that everyone phrased their words the same.

What was that trick with...Vaseline and an engine?!

Lucifer is not like a Hello Kitty blankie- take that back!
posted by jenfullmoon at 8:07 AM on September 11, 2021

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