Mazikeen: Let's kill a bunch of angels.
Amenadiel: No, Mazikeen! Now, if we're gonna do this, there will be no killing. They're our family.
Mazikeen: You wanna tie another hand behind our backs? Fight a war like a bunch of wussies?
Lucifer Morningstar: It's not cowardly... to save a single life.
Mazikeen: Fine. Whatever. At least we'll all die together.
Lucifer Morningstar: Well, off that optimism, Dad gave us the power of choice. What say we make one last spectacularly bad one?
(Mazikeen is crying after Dan died, Linda and Amenadiel are trying to confort her...)
Linda Martin: It's true, sometimes when you care about people... you have to go through pain and loss. But that's the price of joy.
Amenadiel: She's right, Mazikeen. In order for none of us to be sad, we would have had to have never met Dan. You wouldn't want that. None of us would.
Mazikeen: Mnh-mnh. Like... like when... when Dan and I pul... pulverized that gang together. It was beautiful.
Amenadiel: Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm. Exactly. And remembering, um... sweet times like those... are what helps heal the hurt.
Linda Martin: Because trust me... never loving anyone is far worse than loss.
(At Dan's funeral...)
Amenadiel: When I first arrived in Los Angeles, I was angry. I was angry and confused about my place in the world. I didn't know how to connect with people. But Dan... Dan did. And he taught me how to be a good friend. How to be a good father. He taught me... how to be a good man. Because he was a good man. The sad thing is I think he forgot that sometimes, but he was a good, good man. Always trying to do right by others. Always trying to do better. Even though he was already the very best of us. What happened to Dan... it isn't fair. And you have every right to feel angry about it. But... you can take comfort in knowing that... that Dan is in a much better place. Dan... you are, and you... always will be my best friend. I'm gonna miss you, buddy. I'm really gonna miss you. We all will. And, uh... I promise you that whatever happens, from this day forward, I will always try and do better.
Lucifer Morningstar: Dad... do you love us?
God: If I have to tell you... then I really have failed.
Lucifer Morningstar: A no, then.
Amenadiel: That's not what he said.
Lucifer Morningstar: He didn't say yes, did he? When I don't wanna lie, I don't answer the question. Picked that up from you, Dad. You know, it's... It's funny. I thought this moment would give me some catharsis. But instead, it's just made me realize one simple truth. That you will never love us... because you're incapable of love. And that's just sad. For all of us.
(Lucifer leaves, there is awkward silence...)
Linda Martin: More wine?
Lucifer Morningstar: Aren't you forgetting something? Well, shouldn't we say grace?
Linda Martin: I'll say it? Okay. I'd like to thank God for... I'm used to you being up there. Thank you, God, for this food and the company, and... oceans... and napkins and shoes and life.
Lucifer Morningstar: Yeah, that about covers it, Doctor. Thank you. Amen.
God: That was beautiful, Linda.
Linda Martin: Thank you. I just thanked God for napkins.
Amenadiel: It was better than I would have done.
Lucifer Morningstar: How am I going to find the detective without the detective?
Amenadiel: Maybe stop wasting time trying to get me to slow it and just, you know, do some good old-fashioned detective work.
Lucifer Morningstar: Detective work? Me?
Amenadiel: Are you trying to tell me that after all these years of working with Chloe... that you haven't learned anything? You can find her, Detective Morningstar.
Mazikeen: Everyone's rejected me, Amenadiel. But I was the one who rejected you. So, I thought... maybe that was a mistake. Maybe... Maybe only... an angel could love a soulless demon.
Amenadiel: You didn't reject me. You... You went to find your own path. And you did. You did. And you've come such a long way, Maze. Grown so much.
Mazikeen: Apparently not enough. Ever heard of a demon getting a soul?
Amenadiel: I... I can't say that I have. But... No one ever heard of an angel and a human having a baby before. Or of the Devil falling in love. I don't know if a soul is what you need to feel whole, but... I do know this. If anyone is going to find what they're looking for, it's you, Mazikeen.
Mazikeen: I'll still kick your a$$, though.
Amenadiel: I know.
Lucifer Morningstar: Michael needles people's fears. It's what he does. But we also know he's all bark and no bite. Don't you remember, growing up? He'd get under your skin with one of his schemes, then you'd give him one of your atomic wedgies, and that'd be that.
Amenadiel: I don't think a wedgie's gonna do it this time.
Amenadiel: I'm not afraid of you, Michael. Now go home.
Michael: Lucifer's life sucks anyway. The only thing worse is the traffic.
Amenadiel: Oh, I think thou doth protest too much. You see, you pride yourself on exploiting everyone's fears, but we've always known yours. You're terrified that Lucifer is better than you. That he'll always be better than you.
Michael: Please. Our brother? The Devil? The, the, the guy that was cast out of Heaven for all eternity?
Amenadiel: Exactly, Michael, because despite even that, you know, deep down... he'll always end up winning.
Michael: We'll see.
Amenadiel: What about the name Zoriel? That's a good name for a warrior. We can call him Zori for short. Or Ezekiel. Zek.
Linda Martin: Yeah. Erm... I was thinking about the name... Jack.
Amenadiel: Mm. Mm. Short for Jackiel. We could definitely put that on the list. Right after Azmortiel.
Linda Martin: I was hoping for a more mainstream name. Our child is going to have enough challenges considering his nature.