So I recently finished watching the current three seasons of Lucifer on Netflix, and in "A Devil of My Word" (the third to last episode of Season 3) (spoiler alert below)...
Chloe sees Lucifer's devil face and realizes he's been telling the truth about being the devil.
However, the following episode ("Boo Normal") is just a one-off episode about Ella, with no direct/significant mention of Chloe seeing Lucifer's devil face. And of course, the last episode of the season is essentially a giant reset button.
But even if the writers/producers/whoever else decided to hit the reset button in the last episode of the season, I'm a little bit confused/curious about why they decided to go with the storyline they did in "Boo Normal" and entirely avoid dealing with the fallout/aftermath from the previous episode (of Chloe realizing the truth about Lucifer). Might anybody know the reason for that?