Dan, of course, steps up to the plate, but surprisingly so does Lucifer. This week, Lucifer is having a little bit of an identity crisis. After seeing his true face, Linda cancels his next meeting with her, which makes the Devil once again feel guilty about his life choices.
Images of James Callis appearing in this episode were released before it aired, which spoilt the surprise a little bit, but thankfully what wasn't revealed is his character, the Psychiatrist, in this dream-of-sorts turns out to be Jean-Luc's father, Maurice Picard. It seems Jean-Luc's resentment for his Maurice's treatment of Jean-Luc's mother, Maurice's wife Yvette Picard was a result of simply not understanding the full truth that Yvette had a mental condition.
The \"Picard\" that began seven weeks ago is now a distant memory as the plot has wandered off into a seemingly unrelated direction and the quality of story writing has begun to slip. At this stage, it's beginning to feel like the second season is just treading water until Season 3 arrives. While it is enjoyable to spend time with the characters in non-life-threatening situations, does any of this really matter While being stuck in 2024 Los Angeles is doing little more than homogenizing this season. 781b155fdc