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Episode 6 : Vegas With Some Radish

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Episode 6 : Vegas With Some Radish

Posted by Naomi Ward

Rating  :  

7.8

Season 3

Duration  :  

45m

When Lucifer discovers Candy has gone missing, he hightails it to Las Vegas with Ella in tow. They work to find her, but interesting secrets could compromise the investigation. Meanwhile, Chloe is upset that Lucifer left on her birthday.


Episodes
Episode 1 : They're Back, Aren't They?
7.4
Episode 2 : The One with the Baby Carrot
7.4
Episode 3 : Mr. and Mrs. Mazikeen Smith
7.6
Episode 4 : What Would Lucifer Do?
7.1
Episode 5 : Welcome back, Charlotte Richards
7.2
Episode 7 : Off the Record
8.3
Episode 8 : Chloe Does Lucifer
7.6
Episode 9 : The Sinnerman
7.7
Episode 10 : The Sin Bin
8.3
Episode 11 : City of Angels?
7.4
Episode 12 : All About Her
7.8
Episode 13 : Til Death Do Us Part
7.6
Episode 14 : My Brother's Keeper
7.3
Episode 15 : High School Poppycock
7.2
Episode 16 : Infernal Guinea Pig
7.3
Episode 17 : Let Pinhead Sing!
7.8
Episode 18 : The Last Heartbreak
8.0
Episode 19 : Orange Is the New Maze
8.0
Episode 20 : The Angel of San Bernardino
7.5
Episode 21 : Anything Pierce Can Do I Can Do Better
7.3
Episode 22 : All Hands on Decker
7.0
Episode 23 : Quintessential Deckerstar
8.5
Episode 24 : A Devil of My Word
8.8
Episode 25 : Boo Normal
8.0
Episode 26 : Once Upon a Time
8.0

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