Some promises should never be broken but are; some promises ought to be broken but aren't. It's no surprise that Lucifer's promises are like that.
These are four times in Lucifer's life. It's a long one, and it's a violent one, and it's a sad one. Of course, he was happy once -- and then Gabriel was made, and it all went downhill from there.
- Part 2 of Faith and the Lack Thereof
Morgan is being his usual pleasant self, which would be fine if John Marcone didn't happen to see and disapprove.
In which Harry's life is somehow so much more dramatic than the average. A simple evening walk promises danger, and for the offense of actually attempting to purchase a pizza for friends, he may face death.
Gabriel called it witness protection. But as far as Heaven knows, he's gone. This is Raphael for seven hundred years, through loss, life, a burgeoning apocalyptic plan, and a missing parent.
Have you ever wondered why Raphael thinks God is dead? This is how he came to that conclusion.
- Part 1 of Faith and the Lack Thereof
What, exactly, does it mean to be a family? How far would you go to avenge a brother? What would you do to save one? How much love must you feel to stay your hand? What is a father's presence or absence worth?