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"The Last Heartbreak"[1] is the eighteenth episode of the third season of Lucifer.

Summary Edit

"As Chloe and Lucifer go on the hunt for a serial killer targeting couples in love, Pierce realizes the case is connected to a murder he previously solved...in 1958. Then, Lucifer becomes upset when Pierce has a change of heart about an important decision."[2]

Plot Edit

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In 1958, Pierce, an LAPD detective, is assigned to investigate a serial murderer known as the "Broken Hearts Killer". In the present, two new victims are found that match the killer's MO. Lucifer tries to get between what he suspects is a growing romance between Chloe and Pierce. Dan tells a drunken Maze to pull herself together for Chloe's sake. More victims turn up, validating Pierce's belief that a copycat is responsible. Amenadiel runs into Charlotte, and Linda advises him to keep his distance. Pierce visits the granddaughter of his partner in 1958, getting back his files on the case. Maze and Dan argue, and Maze ends up insulting Trixie unaware that she's behind her. Using a radio call-in show to set up a sting, Chloe and Pierce pose as a cheating couple and lure out the killer, who turns out to be a man who found the original killer's journals and became obsessed with them. Charlotte persuades Amenadiel to reveal the truth to her. Pierce decides to pursue a relationship with Chloe, with Lucifer's blessing.

Cast Edit

Starring Edit

Guest Starring Edit

  • Fiona Gubelmann as Kay/Maddie
  • Joshua Gomez as Neil Berger
  • Andrew Leeds as Joel

Co-Starring Edit

  • Christopher Ashman as Ray Dwight
  • Susan Berger as Olga
  • Mark DeCarlo as Chance
  • Sandra Gimpel as elderly woman
  • Adam Sevani as Brandon
  • Jessica Trainham as Alice
  • M.Q. Tran as barista
  • Amy Tsang as Emma Matthews

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Season 3

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