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Amenadiel: All that I am saying is that this alliance with Pierce will not end well.

Lucifer Morningstar: Well, one can only hope. And all I'm saying is that if you continue to meddle, Amenadiel... then you will be in my way.

Amenadiel: Well, then, Brother.

Lucifer Morningstar: Yes.

Amenadiel: I guess I'll be in your way.

Amenadiel: Father cursed him for a reason. I know you think you're friends with Pierce. I get it, but I am warning you, Luci. He has but one selfish goal. And working with him will only incur Father's wrath.

Lucifer Morningstar (laughing): What the...? That's the bloody point.

Amenadiel: I know that my Father is punishing you because you killed your own brother.

Marcus Pierce: Yeah, notice anyone else in here who plotted to kill his own brother?

Amenadiel: No, that was different.

Marcus Pierce: Well, it was only different 'cause you failed.

Amenadiel: We are nothing alike.

Marcus Pierce: Yeah, you're right. At least I had the balls to do it myself. You pawned the task off on someone else, you're worse. And if this is the punishment that I get for my crimes, what do you deserve?

Amenadiel: You know, I just don't understand it. I've never had a human illness before. But sore throat, itchy eyes, a fever... Is it a cold? The flu?

Doctor: It's chlamydia.

Amenadiel: Excuse me?

Doctor: It's a sexually transmitted disease.

Amenadiel: Right, but I can't have chlamydia. I'm an angel.

Doctor: Not to worry. A round of antibiotics and you'll be back to your, uh, angelic ways.

Amenadiel: Father will be furious. And you will suffer His wrath.

Lucifer Morningstar: Well... then He knows where to find me.

Lucifer Morningstar: Of course it'll work, Brother. That's why you asked me, remember? Someone crafty, smart...

Amenadiel: And evil.

Lucifer Morningstar: Evil?

Amenadiel: Well, if you want to find a deplorable criminal, you just ask a... well, you know what I mean, Luci. Come on. You are the Devil, after all.

Amenadiel: I suppose it's time to torture him. So, you're up.

Lucifer Morningstar: Look, just because I am the King of Hell doesn't mean I actually do the torturing. I'm more of a delegator.

Amenadiel: There must be hundreds of p*rn stars in Hell.

Lucifer Morningstar: Sadly, no, on account of all the good work they do here on Earth, I assume.

Lucifer Morningstar: Why are there holes in your dress?

Amenadiel: It's a robe.

Lucifer Morningstar: Oh, I apologize. Why are there holes in your dress?

Amenadiel: Is it... weird for... us to be friends?

Linda Martin: No. Of course not. I mean, can't a... Can't a woman be friends with a... with a brilliant, tall, gorgeous angel?

Amenadiel: Well, can't an angel be friends with a... amazing, accomplished... beautiful, and passionate woman? (They kiss)

Linda Martin: Um... I can't. This is a mistake.

Amenadiel: Okay. Okay. Okay. I'm so sorry, Linda. (They kiss again)

Linda Martin: I mean, it... it just seems lonely to visit humanity without ever really getting to know anyone.

Amenadiel: I guess I was never told to avoid humanity. It just seemed easier. And quite honestly, I never saw the point. Until recently.

Lucifer Morningstar: There was this, uh, soul that I used to torture back in Hell. And like a good masochist, he'd call the shots. "Burn me." "Freeze me." "Hurt me." So, I did. And this went on for centuries until one day, for some reason, he missed his daily punishment. And when I returned... he was crying. "Please, my king," he said. "Don't ever forget me again. I promise I'll be good." It was then that I realized he was so full of self-loathing, void of any self-respect, that no matter the depth of my cruelty, whatever miniscule attention I paid... gave meaning to his... pointless existence.

Amenadiel: Why are you telling me this?

Lucifer Morningstar: Because he reminds me of you. And you think I've changed? You... the former angel, powerless and pathetic, a disgraced failure with no better way to spend your days than yipping at my heels for scraps to remind you of a time of when you once mattered.