Chloe Decker Quotes

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(Chloe is noticing Lucifer is acting out of character at the interogations...)

Vanus Hyatt: Did you know that I engineered five of my fragrances myself? The fruit scents are slightly controversial, but everyone loved my melons.

Chloe Decker (to Michael/Lucifer): Mm-hmm. (laughs) Oh... Really? Nothing? (whispers): At least hit on her.

Michael: Why would I do that? She might be a murderer.

Lucifer Morningstar: I don't want you to see me like this. I know it scares you.

Chloe Decker: No, that's... that's what I was trying to tell you. I'm not... I'm not afraid of you anymore.

Lucifer Morningstar: You're not?

Dromos: You see, this is what I'm talking about. It's so sweet. I'm going to puke.

(Lucifer turned full devil...)

Lucifer Morningstar: If I turn around, will you be fine or will you look away in horror?

Chloe Decker: It doesn't matter.

Lucifer Morningstar: Of course it does, detective.

Chloe Decker: No, it doesn't. Because this isn't about me. This is about you. Not gonna let you use me as an excuse to avoid dealing with what is behind all of this. You always talk about how much you hate being blamed for humanity's sins. You know, "The Devil made me do it," and I think I know why you hate it so much, because deep down, you blame yourself just as much... if not more! You have to stop taking responsibility for things you can't control. Lucifer... you need to forgive yourself.

Lucifer Morningstar: I can't.

Chloe Decker: Why?

Lucifer Morningstar: I don't know how to. I don't even know where to begin. But...

Chloe Decker: But what?

Lucifer Morningstar: I want to.

(Lucifer starts turning back...)

Chloe Decker: Father Kinley had been asking to see me, so I finally went and... he told me about... a prophecy.

Lucifer Morningstar: Right. What is it this time? Are frogs about to start falling from the sky or... perhaps winter is coming.

Chloe Decker: I miss him. I mean, he pisses me off all the time. And there are so many things about him that... that I find hard to accept, but I just have to believe I can find a way. Because... I'd rather have him in my life than not.

Ella Lopez: Well, then... I think you know what you need to do.

Chloe Decker: You're different than me. You're stronger. You could have run, but you didn't. Why didn't you?

Linda Martin: I don't know. I guess... with all the bad... comes a lot of good. I got a best friend out of this. And the... most fascinating patient in the world. And this baby. Who saw that coming? I guess, as freaked out as I am... I'm really looking forward to being a mom. And meeting my son. Wings and all.

Lucifer Morningstar: Could you accept me like this? (shows up his devil face)

Chloe Decker: I... oh... You have no idea how much I want to. I do. I'm... I'm trying.

Lucifer Morningstar: But could you?

Chloe Decker: I don't know.

Lucifer Morningstar: Then I have my answer.

Lucifer Morningstar: How could you do that to me? To me?

Chloe Decker: Because I'm terrified! You are the... actual devil. I mean... every story of good and bad from throughout history, throughout time, says that you are the embodiment of evil. And how am I, Chloe Decker, a nobody... supposed to deal with that? But... But then... Then I came back. And... And I saw you. I really saw you. And I remembered how you made me feel. And I realized, Lucifer, you're not that guy.

Ella Lopez: Whenever I'm procrastinating on something, I make an appointment for myself to do it. That way, can't back out. Like, for example, when I had to ask my landlord permission to get Bob, literally put it on my calendar.

Chloe Decker: Wasn't the, uh... the chicken's name Margaret?

Ella Lopez: Bob was my turtle.

Chloe Decker: What happened to Bob?

Ella Lopez: Didn't get along with Margaret.

Lucifer Morningstar: Detective, this is a chance for me to use my devilish strength. You can see what I'm truly capable of.

Chloe Decker: Or I can just point my gun at him and yell, "Freeze!"

Lucifer Morningstar: Oh, come on. I've never really seen how far I can actually throw a human. Joking. Mostly.

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