Alli and Mary are back to talk Lucifer season 6 starting 9/21. Check out our back catalogue for all prior Lucifer seasons. Previously on Must Be Tuesday: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Veronica Mars, Firefly, Dollhouse, iZombie, Star Wars and Fringe.
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Lucifer #39: On Free Will
The tough thing about Lucifer's series finale is that we hate it, but we don't hate it. We leave our celestial characters, for the most part, grown & changed in an organic & positive way. Maze is finally her own person, Amenadiel has balanced humanity and divinity & Lucifer has devoted himself to helping others. Our humans are doing ok too. The bones are there, but the mechanism to get there sucks. Still, Lucifer is a fun & rewatchable show, mostly silly, sometimes touching, overall an enjoyable experience.
Lucifer #38: Getting Meta
On this week's podcast, we're discussing Maze and Eve's wedding and Linda's new book. The first man shows up to put a wrench in the ladies' plans, but he's dispatched with ease. Ella reveals her knowledge to team celestial in a move that really, genuinely feels earned. Not earned? Literally every storyline with Rory. We don't WANT to dislike this character, but there is just nothing there. Give her likes! Dislikes! Relationships! Anything for us as viewers to hang on to.
Lucifer #37: The Time Travel Pretzel Is Stale
So, Chloe & Lucifer have a daughter. It's best if you don't question it, because the show is begging you not to. Lucifer and Chloe investigate the reasons Lucifer might take off & Lucifer later attempts to bond with Rory. In the second episode, we revisit the racist cop from season 4, who is now a detective and has not changed his ways. Amenadiel and Harris stick their necks out to do the right thing for a young black woman, while Dan, Ella and Chloe consider their complacency and that of the police force.
Lucifer #37: Cartoon Logic
This week on Lucifer, we're discussing season 6 episodes Yabba Dabba Do Me and Pin the Tail On the Daddy. Fair warning, the episode primarily focuses on the cartoons, hell loops and proper police procedure of the first episode and leaves Lucifer, Chloe and their maybe-daughter for a later episode discussion. Who can blame us, when the first ep contains one of the greatest things brought to a show? An Alias alum!
Lucifer #35: One Last Ride
Must Be Tuesday is back to talk the last season of Lucifer--for real this time! These first two episodes serve mainly to summarize what happened in season 5 and to pull back and explore the developments of last season's finale. Is Lucifer God? Big fat no. Is Chloe his consultant? Also no. Is Maze queen of hell? Not so much. Dan's in hell? Not for long! And so on. There's a new big bad in town, but she's just a blip in these episodes so more on her next time.
Lucifer #34: Season Six Predictions
This week MBT is busting out our questionable (and completely unspoiled) skills for Lucifer season 6. The main question is honestly: what will this season even be about? Are we really going to have god as a main character on a TV show? What would that even looks like? While we're on the subject, how would one even date god? All these questions and more discussed, plus the age-old Lucifer question: when will the season air? Who could know.
I too just found Lucifer on Netflix. I try not to watch anything on Fox, so I’m thrilled fans helped make the change.
Am absolutely obsessed with it. Binging and up to 5B and started with your podcast. Terrific! Even if I don’t always agree.
It’s a funny funny witty and actually thoughtful show. And yes, I do think Lucifer has adult ADHD. Which makes him so frustrating and yet so lovable at the same time.
Trying to catch up to you as I keep watching.
I wish I had known about the show during lockdown, but this way I can see it all in one period of time and the anticipation time is eliminated.
Keep it going.
I also see you do a fringe podcast. I will give it a try as it’s one of my favorite shows. which I did rewatch during lockdown.
I love Lucifer
Lucifer is a great show and I wished I watched on fox first cause I enjoyed the early seasons but I love the Netflix seasons and Tom Ellis is perfect in this role. I disagree with you girls about taking choke side cause I hated what she did to him in season 4 and also she is lucky to have Lucifer. And the music and dance number are always fun not meh. Also season 6 was great and loved the it was a season 1 tribute. Anyway i don’t always agree with what both say and y’all could be annoying but I will always love Lucifer and Tom Ellis, sexy and talented actor
I just found Lucifer on Netflix, I didn’t watch it when it was on Fox but I’m so glad I decided to binge it! It’s a great show, fun and a bit quirky. I went looking for some commentary on what’s happening and I found your podcast; great job breaking things down! I just listened to your prediction show for season 6 and I agree, it would be weird if Lucifer became God. I’m wondering if it’s more about living his life in the ‘image’ of God? Lucifer becoming more benevolent in his actions, especially with those in his life like Chloe. Like you say, humanity is fine with free choice and it’s about becoming better towards people he cares about. Just a thought. Thanks!