Even while he leads the charge to recover Charlie, Lucifer feels more uncertain of himself than ever. He finds his penthouse torn apart, with his things smashed and tossed askew.
He declares it pointless destruction, but the waver in his voice shows that he is hurt. Ellis seamlessly transitions moments later to Lucifer's stupefied reaction to Eve's confession about her role in Dromos's arrival. He goes perfectly still, but he also must reckon with the fact that Chloe has vital information about the ritual.
The reason she has that knowledge is that she once feared him enough to banish him to Hell. Ellis does a superb job of making it clear this near betrayal is at the front of Lucifer's mind, there's bitterness in his chilly tone when he tells Chloe she can't be anywhere near the Mayan. The pain in his voice when he reminds Chloe that she makes him vulnerable is unmistakably referring to something other than physical weakness.
He is afraid he won't be able to do what's necessary because the thought of driving her further away is his worst imaginable fear. Throughout Lucifer's fight against the demons and Dromos, there's a reserve to Ellis' motions that's less about being in control and more about holding back. Indeed, he backs off from slaying Dromos when Chloe enters. Lucifer reels himself back and hurries to persuade her to leave. When he confesses he knows his devil side makes her afraid, Ellis projects a sudden wistful plea in the King of Hell's eyes.
He can't speak it out loud, but she gives him the answer he could only hope for. She isn't afraid. He doesn't believe it at first, stammering out questions and trying to figure out if this is real. His whole frame vibrates slightly as if he's trying to contain his heartbeat. A crowd of demons swarms them, pulling Chloe away, and he reacts by transforming into his full devil appearance. He commands the demons to stand down and looks to Chloe to make sure she is alright.
She smiles at him, and Lucifer's returning nod to her is You Gotta Get Up (The Never Ending Saga Mix) - Perfectly Ordinary People - You Gotta Get Up (Vinyl) with proud, happy emotion.
There's something besides joy in that look that Lucifer exchanges with Chloe, something that Ellis conveys with the length of the look. It's melancholy. When Chloe visits him later in his penthouse, Lucifer stands with his back to her, making some effort to keep his face calm. His eyes though are held rigidly open, and he doesn't let himself blink. He speaks quickly, explaining the situation in Hell and the challenges that remain unresolved. He shows that Lucifer doesn't quite trust himself to stop and listen to Chloe speak because he knows what she will say.
Every You Gotta Get Up (The Never Ending Saga Mix) - Perfectly Ordinary People - You Gotta Get Up (Vinyl) takes more of an effort, as they dance around speaking the truth, and he catches himself starting to move towards her, holding back instead. As Chloe's apologies mix with her tears, the sad image of Lucifer trying to not react to what she's saying dominates the screen. He winces visibly when she talks about her love for him, gasping slightly and trying to smile but forming only a fiendish part smile that is more a grimace.
Finally, Lucifer does step toward Chloe to embrace her and tell her loves her too. Ellis makes the exchange truly heartbreaking by relinquishing all control of his expressions.
Lucifer's eyes fill with tears, he caresses her cheek for a fleeting second then looks away when he launches himself away. The season ends with Lucifer taking his seat on hell's throne, once again straightening his cuffs, but he grips the armrests briefly to steady himself. Ellis has no trouble bringing levity You Gotta Get Up (The Never Ending Saga Mix) - Perfectly Ordinary People - You Gotta Get Up (Vinyl) spark to his performances on Luciferyet even in quiet scenes, he is impeccable when it comes to balancing notes of tragedy and longing.
This article could only scratch at the surface of the brilliant performance Tom Ellis delivered throughout the season finale. After cutting off the tip of Joe's finger and keeping it as collateral for the debt the real Will owes him, Jasper is killed by Joe in the storage unit. Jasper comes after Joe with a knife because he believes Joe is hiding money from him. Joe stops him by stabbing Jasper in the stomach. In a very "Dexter"-like moveJoe wraps Jasper in plastic and takes him to Anavrin to dispose of his body.
He does so by cutting it up and putting the pieces through the store's meat grinder. After being drugged and tied up by Joe, Henderson Chris D'Elia is forced to confess his evil past of sexually abusing underage girls.
Henderson tries to reason with Joe and then attempts to escape. During a fight, Joe pushes Henderson down the stairs of the basement, accidentally killing him. Joe stages the death as a suicide, which is believed by the public and authorities only for a short time. Later in the season, police begin to think Henderson's death was a homicide and an investigation is launched. Spurred on by Detective Fincher's and Candace's suspicions that Joe isn't who he says he is, Delilah Carmela Zumbado enters Joe's apartment to look for evidence.
Joe follows Delilah to the storage unit and locks her in the vault with timed handcuffs, promising to let her go in 16 hours after he's had the chance to flee the city — he doesn't want to kill her but he doesn't want to get arrested, either. That night, Joe is drugged by Forty and he loses all memory of the evening. The next morning he finds Delilah murdered in the vault.
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