Lucifer clashes with Chloe during an investigation, leading her to partner with Dan.
Tropes present in this episode include:
- Death Seeker: Lucifer taunts the sniper to shoot him several times, to no avail.
- For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself: Maze decides to walk around without her glamour. Trixie is happy because that will get her more candy.
- Game Face: After Linda's rejection to continue with the sessions unless Lucifer's shows her who he really is, Lucifer drops his glamour for her. She's naturally left shocked.
- Go Mad from the Revelation: Linda just stares in shock after looking at Lucifer's real self for the first time.
- Maze later notes that Linda took it better than most people, considering she didn't go permanently insane.
- Never My Fault: The sniper shoots those he holds responsible for his wife's death, when in reality he blames himself for not being there when she needed her.
- OOC Is Serious Business: Lucifer is more impulsive and rude than usual... because he's struggling to cope with Uriel's death at his hands.
- Rage Against the Heavens: Downplayed. Amenadiel declares he's fed up with father's attitude.
- So Proud of You: Amenadiel feels responsible for Uriel's death, but "Charlotte" lectures him about his tendency to feel guilty for everything and how she's actually proud of all he's done so far.
- Themed Wedding: The Mystery of the Week occurs at a zombie-themed wedding. The bride, groom and guests are all dressed as zombies, the rings are on fake fingers on a bloodied-white pillow, the ceremony is held at a graveyard and the episode is set on Halloween. Because of this, the guests are undeterred when the groom is shot by the episode's killer despite the bride's protests before she is shot dead herself.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: Delivered by a frozen Linda after watching Lucifer show his true appearance.
- Was It Really Worth It?:Lucifer: (to the sniper) So it's not vengeance you want, it's punishment. Well, now you got it. Good for you!