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The episode’s cold open finds Lucifer stumbling around in the desert after his kidnapping at the end of season two, and not surprisingly, the dead body discovered nearby appears to tie into his disappearance. We’ve witnessed countless examples of sexually suggestive wordplay between Lucifer and Chloe, but tonight, that tone takes a back seat to the one-sided quarrel he continues with his Father. It seems that at any given time, either Chloe or Lucifer feels emotionally wounded by the other, and tonight is no different as the detective continues to weather the results of last season’s aborted romantic relationship. And even though Lucifer has been ready to provide her proof of his true identity, something invariably precludes him from doing so.