Welcome back to Humor Nation. Lucifer did an amazing job of keep the viewers hooked up to the screen for six entertaining seasons. They show captivated the audiences through its brilliant storylines and larger than life characters. However, no matter how great a show is, it is bound to make some mistakes and flaws. There will always be some sort of continuity errors or gaps in the storytelling that the writers overlook. Lucifer is no different, this nearly perfect show also has plenty of inconsistences and mistakes that the fans seem to ignore because of their love for the show.
So Take A Look At 5 Mistakes & Inconsistencies In Lucifer That The Fans Ignored
5. THE WAY HELL WORKS
The simple idea behind heaven and hell is that hell is a place where people have sinned go whereas people who are righteous go to heaven. But we learned in Lucifer that a soul might end up in hell if a person has not dealt with his guilt. The only way to escape hell is to resolve their unprocessed guilt. Season 5 and 6 dealt with matter in deep as Dan is condemned to hell because he didn’t deal with his guilt. Through out Season 6, he tries finding out what’s he guilty about? Once he figures out, deals with it, his soul goes up to heaven. Lucifer who has helped two souls in dealing with their guilt decides to make this his life purpose, providing therapy to the trapped souls to provide them liberation.
But this raises several questions, are good people condemned to hell only because they feel guilty even though they have not sinned? Also, if guilt is the parameter deciding who goes to heaven and who goes to hell? Des this mean that if the evil and bad people feel no guilt about their actions, then could they go to heaven? This doesn’t make any sense, right?
4. THE TIME PARADOX PROBLEM
Spoiler Alert! If you have seen Season 6 then you know it has a bittersweet ending. It involves Lucifer separating from Chloe and everyone for the sake of his daughter Rory! Rory, her daughter arrives from the future, accusing Lucifer of vanishing from her life. When Lucifer realizes his true purpose, Rory also has a realization that Lucifer needs to be in hell, separated from everyone because only then she’ll grow to hate him and would eventually time travel to the past to repeat the cycle of events which would lead to Lucifer’s realization.
So the entire point of Lucifer’s separation was to avoid the time paradox. Chloe knew about this entire thing, but would keep her mouth shut for years until her daughter can learn that on her own. But the major issue with this entire storyline is that Lucifer could have still visited Chloe in secret while keeping himself away from Rory. Making Lucifer give his word while staying away from his love for decades is just harsh and impractical.