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#204 : Soirée filles

Après que les corps de deux jeunes greffés de Los Angeles soit retrouvés empoisonnés, Chloe et Lucifer se mettent en chasse pour le tueur. Maze convaint Chloe de sortir boire un verre, ce que Chloe perçoit comme un acte d'amitié, mais ceci fait partie d'un pari entre Maze et Lucifer, qui prendront une décision choquante.

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Titre VO
Lady Parts

Titre VF
Soirée filles

Première diffusion
17.10.2016

Première diffusion en France
20.02.2017

Photos promo

Lucifer (Tom Ellis)

Lucifer (Tom Ellis)

Linda Martin (Rachael Harris)

Linda Martin (Rachael Harris)

Maze au bar (Lesley Ann Brandt)

Maze au bar (Lesley Ann Brandt)

Soirée entre fille (Aimee Garcia, Lesley Ann Brandt, Lauren German & Rachael Harris)

Soirée entre fille (Aimee Garcia, Lesley Ann Brandt, Lauren German & Rachael Harris)

Ella & Maze dans un bar (Aimee Garcia & Lesley Ann Brandt)

Ella & Maze dans un bar (Aimee Garcia & Lesley Ann Brandt)

Soirée entre filles dans un bar

Soirée entre filles dans un bar

Photo de l'épisode #2.04

Lucifer (Tom Ellis)

Lucifer (Tom Ellis)

Lucifer & Dan interroge un témon potentiel (Tom Ellis & Kevin Alejandro)

Lucifer & Dan interroge un témon potentiel (Tom Ellis & Kevin Alejandro)

Lucifer (Tom Ellis) menace un homme

Lucifer (Tom Ellis) menace un homme

Amenadiel (DB Woodside) profite de la vie

Amenadiel (DB Woodside) profite de la vie

Soirée entre fille (Aimee Garcia, Lesley Ann Brandt, Lauren German & Rachael Harris)

Soirée entre fille (Aimee Garcia, Lesley Ann Brandt, Lauren German & Rachael Harris)

Diffusions

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France (inédit)
Lundi 20.02.2017 à 21:35

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Lundi 17.10.2016 à 21:00
3.63m / 1.1% (18-49)

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Guests :

Robert Picardo (Yuri), Anne Leighton (Lily), Kiko Ellsworth (Davis Fitzgerald), Jordan Connor (Stoner Leroy), Natasha Denis (Butch Sidekick), Jarelle Hepburn (Stoner), Donavon Stinson (Donavon), Maria Claire Turner (Gisele), Nikolai Witschl (Cleveland)

Réalisateur : Ben Bray
Scénariste : Sheri Elwood

A drone crashes down in a forest. Two guys are looking for it.

Guy: Damn it, Leroy… Damn it, Leroy…

They find a dead body.

Guy: Damn it, Leroy.

Lucifer has an appointment with Linda.

Lucifer: S-H-A-G. "Shag." Oh, eight points to me and suck it, Maze.

Linda: I see you have a new toy.

Lucifer: Oh, this? No, no, no. This is for work. It's hard to believe I've never had one before.

Linda: I actually have a rule about... Phones during session.

Lucifer: Really?

Linda: No phones during session.

Lucifer: Oh, why not? These things are incredibly therapeutic. 1,000 Tinder dates and Sex Words With Friends? Gosh, it's more addictive than a whore's navel cocaine.

Linda: Uh...

Lucifer: Fine… Oh! Lovely. Gummies. Love these. And, do you know, I've never understood these. Are they just decorative, or are they for juggling? I mean...

Linda: Yeah, you seem very distracted today.

Lucifer: Oi! Oh, nearly.

Linda: Sometimes, when we're in crisis, we create distractions for ourselves, also known as barriers to facing our deepest fears.

Lucifer: Oh, sorry... Right. This is the part where you, um, dissect my deep psychological wounds, eh? The emotion-charged gong show of a child of divorce who may or may not have broken a deal with his dad by allowing his mum to stay on Earth.

Linda: Mm. Has the visit with your mom been hard?

Lucifer: Piece of cake, actually. Mum's all sorted, not a problem.

Linda: Really? Because the last time you were here, you used the word "frightened." And that's not like you.

Lucifer: Well, turns out Mum's a peach.

Linda: Hmm. And the "deal" with your dad?

Lucifer: To send Mum home? What, you think I'm scared of Him or something?

Linda: I think you're trying to avoid the unpleasantness of conflict.

Lucifer: Hold on. So you're saying that distraction is a way to avert your problems.

Linda: No.

Lucifer: Ergo, the more I distract, the less I worry.

Linda: No, I did not say that.

Lucifer: Well, you didn't need to, Doctor, I just did, and it's bloody brilliant. Right.

Linda: Where are you going?

Lucifer: Distraction calls. This really is a breakthrough, thank you… I'm just gonna...

Linda: Sure.

Lucifer and Chloe arrive on the crime scene.

Lucifer: I mean, who needs a gun and a badge when I've got... Oh!

Chloe: Hey, it's a crime scene. Will you focus?

Lucifer: Well, someone's a grumpy pants today.

Chloe: Well, sorry, I got a lot on my mind.

Lucifer: Yes, sorry, you have, haven't you? D-word, moving out of your mum's, finding a new place...

Chloe: Yeah, well, I'm a big girl and I need my space, and it's time. Not that I have much with work and Trixie.

Lucifer: Stress can be so aging. You need a distraction from your woes, Detective. It's a highly effective tool.

Chloe: Mm-hmm.

Lucifer: When was the last time you had fun?

Chloe: Oh... Well...

Lucifer: No, seriously, name three friends you could call right now for a drink. And you can't say me, your child or the man you're divorcing.

Chloe: Well, trust me, Dan is not on my list of drinking buddies.

Daniel: Well...

Lucifer: Daniel.

Chloe: Hey. I didn't mean it like that.

Lucifer: She did.

Chloe: What do we have on the vic?

Daniel: Young female. C.O.D. unknown.

Lucifer: Another fresh-faced ingenue. Truly tragic.

Chloe: I.D.?

Daniel: No personal belongings, just a, uh, a triangular-shaped ink stamp on her hand.

Lucifer: Oh, hold on. I might be ab