Lucifer plot hole: Key error in Chloe Decker creation plot uncovered

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Netflix subscribers tuned in for even more Biblical action and game-changing revelations when the first half of Lucifer season five was finally released in August. Before part two gets underway, some fans may have spotted a strange plot hole dating all the way back to the series’ original run on Fox. 

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The first three seasons of Lucifer aired weekly on Fox before Netflix saved the series from cancellation hell with a fourth instalment. 

The streaming service’s gamble paid off, and the popular fantasy drama returned for a fifth season last month.

Although the latest eight episodes were considered some of the best yet, some fans are still unclear when it comes to one of the show’s biggest twists. 

In the second season, Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) discovered his detective partner and love interest Chloe Decker (Lauren German) was blessed at birth.

Not only is Chloe endowed with God’s grace, the angel who performed the blessing was none other than Lucifer’s brother Amenadiel (DB Woodside). 

During the latest instalment, after Chloe discovered Lucifer’s real identity in season three, Chloe learns the truth and struggles with the possibility she could have been a gift for the devil.

As Lucifer’s dad, God (Dennis Haysbert) finally made himself known in the midseason finale, fans are hopeful Chloe will receive some clarity about her place in the world in the second half of season five.

Until then, the revelations about the detective’s blessed birth have caused some confusion amongst the Lucifer fanbase.

One fan took to Reddit in search of answers when Chloe confronted Lucifer about her God-given status in season five.

Redditor supersevenj said: “Why are they saying Chloe is made for Lucifer? When they revealed it they said Chloe was God’s gift. 

“I know she was born because of a blessing, but they never told us about her being made for Lucifer. Did I miss it?”

Despite Lucifer being threatened by cancellation multiple times, the writers have still not fully explained why Chloe was given a blessing.

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Amenadiel is still none-the-wiser why he was given this particular mission, and fans were still not provided with any answers in season four.

Thankfully, the series won’t conclude until season six, so there is still plenty of time for Chloe to learn the whole truth. 

Until then, some fans may need a quick recap to make sure they haven’t missed a crucial piece of info about Lucifer and Chloe’s destiny. 

Luckily, another viewer quickly swooped in with some helpful insight into the events so far.

They replied: “All they’ve said for sure is that God sent Amenadiel to bless Penelope Decker so she could have a child.”

As the characters continue to piece things together, Chloe’s blessing is still the only thing fans know for certain.

As the viewer explained: “Whether or not He played a part in that child being female, being in the right place at the right time to meet Lucifer, either of them having feelings for the other, that has yet to be determined. 

“Maybe He did, or maybe it has just been one giant coincidence, they really haven’t spelled it out yet.”

With the arrival of God in the finale for the first half of season five, ‘Lucifans’ are expecting answers to some huge questions to finally be revealed in the next eight episodes.

Lucifer Season 5, Part 1 is available to stream on Netflix. 

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