Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles With Season 5B of Lucifer here, it's time to hunt through all the new episodes for those delicious easter eggs and hilarious details the crew snuck in for all us Lucifans! "So many easter eggs from our previous adventures." Yippee-ki-yay, movie lovers, I'm Jan and in this video I'm revealing the top 50 heavenly details you missed in Part 2 of Lucifer Season 5! Spoilers ahead, of course, so take care. Lucifer proves he's a devil of his word at the start of episode 9. See this guy dancing at Lux as Luci plays "Footloose" on the piano? Well, he's the security guard that Luci made a devilish deal with in the midseason finale: "I want to be a dancer." "Well, you're in luck, Baryshnikov. I'll hire you and make your Footloose dreams come true. What do you say? Deal?" Given Dan's previous relationship with the Goddess, meeting her husband was always going to be super-awkward. So, I bet he was glad to see Lucifer distract God with some snacks: "Dad, why don't I show you the vending machines? Have you tried Cool Ranch Puffs?" And as we know from Season 1, those particular snacks are Luci's favourites: "Cool ranch puff? It's funny, isn't it? You'd think the king of hellfire would be more of a flaming hot guy, but..." I love the symmetry of these shots of Lucifer and God when they end up in a therapy session at Dr Linda's as it shows that father and son have more in common than they might think, pointing to how Lucifer will become God in the season finale. And if you look carefully, you can see a parenting book called How To Raise Successful People on Linda's desk, which she's doubtless reading for her son Charlie, but it also feels fitting for the high-powered people currently occupying her couch. The musical episode is an absolute blast, with lively performances, Busby Berkeley-style choreography, a cameo from singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson; and yes, even God starts bopping along. On top of that, we also get plenty of signs of what's to come by the end of the season: Dan's concerns over having slept with God's wife, "Which means I'm definitely going to Hell" and the song he sings foreshadow Amenadiel's discovery that his friend isn't in Heaven. Lucifer shutting down a flame with his hand and his clothes burning up while he remains unscathed, "You okay?" "Yes. Of course I am." foreshadow his flaming fate in Heaven and signal that ultimately he'll emerge unharmed. And then there are the literal signs we see Chloe and Lucifer standing by at the school as she tells him she has faith in him and that she's sure he'll work things out with his dad. 'Flying to the top in just one day' and 'Another victory on its way', say the signs, pointing to Chloe and Luci's heavenly ascent in the finale and Team Lucifer's triumph over his villainous twin. At the gym of self-styled "fitness guru to the stars", Kristoff, there's a bunch of posters of well-known clients he's worked with, all of whom have been part of Chloe and Luci's cases at some point. There's the cast of ¡Lieutenant Diablo!, the network TV show that's an hilariously OTT version of Lucifer. And there's Holla Bae, a murdered DJ whose body was taken over by a demon in the season 4 finale. Then there's the Blazing Banshees, a roller derby team involved in a murder-kidnap case, and their rivals the Derby Divas. The Bobby Lowe Show features a comedian who stole jokes from another comic that ended up being murdered before he could reveal the truth. Axara is the pop sensation whose life was threatened in the episode Let Pinhead Sing! As for Top Meet, that's an exclusive celebrity dating app whose designer was murdered. And apparently, Kristoff has featured on "The Cabin", a hit reality TV programme Ella loves where a contestant was killed in Season 4. Given so many of the clients in the posters are now dead, it certainly brings new meaning to the sign "Bodies by Kristoff". When Lucifer and Chloe go to interview a murder suspect who owns an adventure park, he gets the wrong end of the stick and tries to flee the scene in one of his go-karts: "Thought you were arresting me for the ZX3! It's an illegal..." "...chemical used in street racing. Surprisingly useful in other ways. We're familiar." This is a throwback to Season 2 where Luci went to hell and back to get the formula for the antidote to save Chloe after she was poisoned. And ZX3 was the final ingredient needed to create that antidote. "A chemical called ZX3. Super rare, super illegal." In a somewhat ironic twist, the same chemical that was used to save a life back then winds up ending one this season. "We found traces of ZX3 in the fuel that burned down the Kingdom." Most crucially though, the fact this super-rare chemical crops up again at the start of Season 5B foreshadows how Chloe will need saving from death once more in the season finale. In an effort to work on his relationship with his father, Lucifer takes him to the precinct, but God's reaction when he discovers Luci doesn't have a throne, office, or even a desk is priceless, and Dennis Haysbert delivers the line perfectly: "He has a desk. Maybe if you work hard enough, you might one day rise to this man's level." This comment must really sting as Lucifer's not only being compared unfavourably to Detective Douche, but it'll probably also remind him of how Chloe turned him down in Season 2 when he requested a desk next to hers. "I should get my own desk." "Not happening." "Right next to yours would probably be best." "Definitely not happening." Of course, their relationship was at a very different stage to that by Season 5A and Lucifer was happy to see Chloe make herself at home at his desk in Lux: "This desk has never looked so good." When Team Lucifer try stalling their face-off with Michael to give Maze time to arrive, they break into song to pretend that God's back. But this isn't the first time that MC Hammer's U Can't Touch has cropped up on the show. In Season 4, during their investigation into the death of a realtor, Ella also broke out the 90s track. "Stop! Hammer time!" In the midst of his insane adventures in episode 12, Dan tells Ella he needs some advice to get inside the criminal mind: "I actually do know how to fake the perfect murder. Because... I've been working on it for my novel. So, it's about a forensic scientist who talks to ghosts." Ella first mentioned that book in Season 3 "I'm actually writing my own book about a forensic scientist who talks to ghosts." and it's based on her own friendship since she was a child with a ghost named Rae-Rae. Continuing the ghostly theme, in another episode, Ella wears a T-shirt with the pun Holy Sheet on it that features a ghost wearing a halo, which is perfect because that ghost Ella believes she met as a kid is actually a holy being: Lucifer's sister, Azrael! In episode 11, as a doctor gets ready to perform her latest surgery, she says: It's a beautiful day to operate. Which is a play on the line "It's a beautiful day to save lives" from the long-running medical drama Grey's Anatomy. When Lucifer arrives at an aquarium where a body's been dumped in the shark tank, the first thing he says is: "Sharks, one of Earth's most misunderstood creatures. Definitely correcting that when I'm God." Which is a throw-back to Season 3 where he decided there were better ways to spend his time than trying to kill Pierce, aka Cain: "There are far better ways to spend my time." "Oh?" "Take a nude painting class. Buy that pet shark I've always wanted." The number on the ticket Luci gets when he leaves his car with a valet is 666, the number of the beast in the Book of Revelation and widely associated with the Antichrist or devil. This isn't the first time that number's appeared, for example, it was also tattooed on Lucifer's torso. And when Luci appeared during an Arrowverse crossover event, we learnt that he lives on Earth-666. When God pops up at a crime scene and tells Chloe he's made himself human, Lucifer makes a joke of it: "Oh, he does inexplicable things from time to time. Marsupials, pomegranates, the gall bladder." As throwaway as that gag is, the mention of pomegranates caught my attention as they've appeared on the show before, with several paintings of them in the law office of Charlotte the Goddess. Which is fitting as some scholars believe that pomegranates, not apples, were the fruit that tempted Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. When Chloe asks a medium where she was during a murder, she replies: "Giving a reading... to a programming exec... at Fox." "Oh, good luck with that." Lucifer's comment is a hilarious burn on the show's previous home Fox which cancelled the series after its third season, following which an online campaign by Lucifans saw it picked up by Netflix. As Amenadiel excitedly reveals he wants to join the police and would love to work with Dan one day, his friend's response isn't anywhere near as supportive as he'd hoped: "Yeah, an angel and a detective solving crimes, makes total sense." Of course, we love meta-moments like this one in the series, which basically sums up the premise of the show, and is a spin on Luci's song: "Crime-solving Devil. It makes sense. Don't over think it." During Lucifer's mission to find out which of his siblings will help him rather than Michael become God, he says to his brother Jophiel: "I'm assuming you're Team Lucifer" Which is a call-back to the Season 1 episode #TeamLucifer where corrupt cop Malcolm told Amenadiel he wasn't going to help him kill Luci anymore: "Unless you got a better offer... #TeamLucifer." Also, I love the writers' sense of humour in making Jophiel a huge himbo as, according to Wikipedia, not only does his name mean "divine beauty" but he's also supposed to be an "archangel of wisdom, understanding, and judgment". The day Season 5A dropped on Netflix, Tom Ellis was straight on social media tweeting #michaelisadick. And a shout-out to that trending topic made it into Season 5B when Jophiel and Lucifer discuss Michael's nefarious ways: "Whispering in Dad's ear, making him think he was losing his powers in the first place, all so he could take over now." "Yeah, Michael's kind of a dick." He's a massive dick. At the start of the season finale, Michael plays an off-key version of the popular jazz song Heart And Soul, which is often performed as a piano duet, as it was by Chloe and Lucifer in Season 1. Michael's out-of-tune performance and the fact he plays by himself fits perfectly with his whole character and emphasises how totally at odds he is in everything with his musical and sociable twin brother. Also, intriguingly, two of the times this particular song has popped up in the series, it's happened shortly before a reveal that one of Luci's brothers has got their hands on a weapon that could have dire consequences for the devil and even the world. In season 1, it was an untraceable gun that Amenadiel wanted Malcolm to kill Lucifer with. While in season 5B, it's the Flaming Sword, which Michael claims to have, though he's lying at that point, and which he intends to use to beat Lucifer in the latest Celestial battle. When God and the Goddess finally exit this world to live together in her universe, they do so at Lucifer's club, pulling aside the curtains and walking out into the light. All of which happens, appropriately enough, right underneath the sign LUX, the Latin word for light! Lucifer decides to pick up a new instrument this season: "I think I'm going to learn the French horn." Which is a fun hat-tip to Tom Ellis's own life as he actually learned to play the French horn at the age of 8 or 9 and played in orchestras, including the City of Sheffield Youth Orchestra, throughout his teenage years. "My French horn. Just on my way to chuck it out." While Eve waits for her date to turn up at the bar, she drinks an appletini, the same tipple she ordered when she first appeared in Season 4, though this time it comes complete with a slice of apple, all of which is a nice nod to Eve's backstory with what's often thought to be the Garden of Eden's forbidden fruit. Just when Michael thinks Lucifer has accepted him as the new God, "You ready to bend the knee, brother?" his devilish twin pulls a fast one: "You are God... awful! What on earth are you wearing? Is winter coming or something?" But Lucifer trash-talking his brother's Game of Thrones-style garb isn't the first time he's used the hit show's famous phrase. Back when Chloe was worried about Father Kinley's prophecy, Luci asked her: "What is it this time? Perhaps winter is coming." And, I'm not sure if it's intended but, at the family dinner, when Lucifer noisily drags his chair to the head of the table, I couldn't help but think of a certain Thrones character who also had a rather difficult relationship with his family. When Chloe reunites with her dad in Heaven, they enjoy a picnic together and, in a lovely throwback to season 2, the traditional Decker family egg sandwiches are on the menu: "Egg sandwiches. A Decker family tradition." [Chloe] So good. "Grandpa used to bring me this sandwich every Thursday after acting class." "So good." By the way, the actor who plays Chloe's father here is Chris Payne Gilbert, real-life husband of Maze actress Lesley-Ann Brandt. Lucifer is met in Heaven by Lee, aka Mr Said-Out Bitch, who's been a regular in the show's season premieres over the years. And when Luci says he's been saved by Lilith's immortality ring, Lee's reply: "I don't know what the fork any of that means." is a tribute to the brilliant TV comedy The Good Place set in the afterlife where curse words are censored in hilarious ways. "Somebody royally forked up. Why can't I say 'fork'?" Maze breaks down when she finds an old T-shirt Dan had to pinch after she knocked him out and left him naked in Chloe's bed back in Season 1. That NSYNC T-shirt, which originally belonged to Chloe, reflects her love of 90s music, something Lucifer has ribbed her about over the years: "Full of '90s jams, I see. The Bangles, NSync, Right Said Fred?" And I go into full detail on the masses of easter eggs and references in the Daniel Espinoza: Naked and Afraid episode in my next video.