Lucifer plot hole: Fans expose God’s major oversight in blessing Chloe – here’s how

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Netflix’s popular revival of the original Fox series is due to return for the second part of season five. However, Lucifer fans have raised some pressing questions regarding the heavenly circumstances surrounding Chloe Decker’s birth which still haven’t been answered.

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‘Lucifans’ discovered a major revelation surrounding detective Chloe Decker (played by Lauren German) in the second season of Lucifer.

When the series was originally on Fox, Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) realised his beautiful partner had been bless at birth by his brother, Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside).

In the latest instalment, Chloe managed to prise the truth from her devilish partner after the pair finally took their flirtatious friendship to the next step.

Unfortunately, their whirlwind romance was interrupted with the arrival of Lucifer’s devious identical twin brother, Michael.

By the end of the season, Chloe had accepted her heavenly blessing and was ready to fully commit to a life alongside the Prince of Darkness.

As Lucifer struggled to tell Chloe the full extent of his feelings, their intimate conversation was put on hold to make way for his final confrontation with his nefarious twin.

Time stopped and battle commenced in the LAPD precinct, but their brotherly brawl came to a screeching halt with the arrival of their father, God (Dennis Haysbert).

Now the creator of the Universe has finally been introduced to the series, fans are certain his reunion with Lucifer will clear up the mystery surrounding Chloe Decker’s blessing.

Lucifer, Chloe and the rest of the devil’s new family seem to agree Chloe was put on Earth as a gift for the misguided devil after he waged war against heaven and abdicated from his throne in Hell. 

Of course, the prospect of being a literal present for a man (albeit a celestial one) is far too dehumanising for Chloe to comprehend and is hoping there’s more to God’s mysterious plan.

Amid all the confusion, fans recently sparked up a debate about whether Chloe’s blessing actually makes sense within the timeline of the series.

One fan took to Reddit to question how God knew Lucifer would need Chloe’s guidance when he took his extended vacation to Earth.

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Redditor Techsupportvictim posted: “When Mom finds out about Chloe being a ‘gift from God’, she says God put Chloe in Lucifer’s path. 

“Chloe is 34ish and Lucifer quit being King of Hell 5-6 years before ‘show time’, right?”

Lucifer notoriously plays fast and loose with Biblical history, including the addition of Goddess (Tricia Hilfer), God’s ex-wife and co-creator of time and space.

The fan then questioned: “So why would Mom jump to that conclusion and not simply that he was drawn to her because her miracle birth makes her a tiny bit ‘celestial’ or such?”

“Or are we to believe (at that point in the story) that God knew that in 30 years give or take, Luci was going to jump ship?”

It’s easy to assume the omniscient Creator knew about Lucifer’s plan to reject his authority in the underworld years before he decided to start a new life in Los Angeles.

But, fans are still unsure just how powerful this version of God truly is, and whether he would be able to accurately predict the actions of one of his celestial children years before it happened.

One fan also presented another argument: “In the new season, we see that Lucifer tells the story of how he helped Mazes mother back in the 40s. So that just goes to show he has been coming to earth for a long time.”

God’s endgame is still an enigma, but it’s not unlikely he knew about his son’s plan to ditch the throne for a vacation amongst the mortals.

Lucifer Season 4, Part 1 is available to stream on Netflix. 

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