You know how having dogs in your dating profile supposedly make you more attractive, you ever think about if that person just wanted to kidnap your dog?
As Angie becomes a local celebrity, Malcolm tries to find a way to duplicate that success for Bruno – without learning the product.
A hipster moves into Malcolm’s neighborhood, and with his greyhound not being picked up behind, Malcolm handles him the Brooklyn way.
Similar to BONDiNG, It’s Bruno is an offbeat comedy which produces a few chuckles and a few raised eyebrows.
It’s Sam’s 50th birthday, and while Phil fails to give Sam what she wants, Frankie makes an effort and really, that is all Sam is asking for.
As Pope Balmus attempts to eviscerate the Cardinal Heroes, a few surprises appear and we’re clued in that Naofumi may get some reinforcements.
The hackers release the e-mails, and with that, it means not only damage control but also a walk down memory lane when things were simpler – sort of.
In the finale, after a bombing spree, many characters find their lives changed forever. One for the worse, many for the better.
Season 4 of Lucifer ends on a rather strange note. If only because it seems more like a possible series finale than a season finale.
As someone learns what Dan did, Lucifer shows signs things are getting worse for him. Also, Maze begins to fall hard, and Dan finally goes to therapy.