We shouldn't have worried and known the devil is too hard to kill.
Wow, we really never noticed just how low-res the show was before it came to Netflix.
Let's just hope the final season isn't as big a letdown.
To be fair, we feel that way during literally every scene.
That would have been a great crossover and could've been called "A Cold Day In Hell."
Don't get crazy now... you could also just listen to the subliminal messages in metal that are definitely, totally there.
This one word is about 60% of his dialogue, and we're fine with it.
This is 100% true so we don't know why we got this answer marked wrong on our science test.
No need to consider because it's an absolute fact.
Who knew the devil could be such a hypocrite... oh, wait, that's kinda his whole thing, huh?
Blaming your father for all your problems is probably the most human thing about Lucifer.
He technically said something different since it was in a different language, so the devil ain't a liar after all.
Well... as long as it makes you happy, then rock on?
Can an army or a Hulk get a show renewed on another platform?... We didn't think so.
The fact that he's literally the devil isn't a dealbreaker.
Admit it, you practice your evil glare and to try and coax the desires out of people bothering you.
Who knew that making him handsome would take the devil's trolling from evil to hilarious?
He practically played him as Neo in The Matrix, so it's not that much of a stretch.
Hitting someone that lives all the way down in hell with this is the literal lowest of low blows.
Yeah, Maze is definitely getting in and leaving with whatever she wants.
Freak in the streets, sheets and everywhere in between.
Look what you did, you made our beautiful boy cry!
We've been through this once already, and we won't go quietly when it happens again.