Lucifer: A look at behind the scenes of series six
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Trixie Espinoza (played by Scarlett Estevez) has become one of ‘Lucifans’ favourite characters across the Fox and Netflix series’ six seasons. Some viewers were disappointed by her relatively limited screen-time in Lucifer’s final instalment, and a potential plot hole opened up by the devil’s daughter Rory (Brianna Hildebrand) certainly didn’t help.
Fans have exposed a glaring oversight involving half-sisters, Rory and Trixie, in the sixth and final season of Lucifer.
The daughter of Lucifer Morningstar and Chloe Decker (Lauren German), Rory arrives in present-day Los Angeles.
After accusing her father of abandoning her and Chloe, she’s taken in by her mother as Lucifer tries to uncover the circumstances of his mysterious departure.
Unfortunately, Rory’s living arrangements have caused some confusion amongst the fanbase.
When the rebellious young angel takes over Trixie’s bedroom, one viewer rushed to Reddit to question where Chloe’s first daughter has been all this time.
User glofosho91 asked: “Where did Rory sleep when Trixie was using her own bedroom?
“Or did Trixie go to an overnight summer camp and was just able to come home for the wedding?”
As Chloe welcomes Rory into her home, she briefly mentions Trixie has been away at camp to explain her absence throughout most of the season.
This may be an allusion to actress Scarlett Estevez’ real reason for her limited appearances, as she was filming the new season of Disney Channel’s Bunk’d alongside Lucifer.
Unfortunately, Trixie’s summer plans don’t account for Rory’s sleeping arrangements when Chloe’s daughters were both under the same roof, however briefly.
Trixie makes a handful of short appearances in season six, most notably as a guest at the wedding of her best friend Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt) and Eve (Inbar Lavi).
Many viewers naturally assumed she would have returned to Los Angeles for at least one night to attend the celebrations.
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However, it’s still unclear just how many spare bedrooms Chloe has to house the two sisters during their visit.
Down in the comments, another user reminded fans of Mazikeen’s lodging in Chloe’s home throughout the series.
Newquay123 exclaimed: “Oh no! It’s another season six plot hole!!
“Then again Maze also slept in that apartment with Chloe and Trixie so there must be a spare bedroom somewhere.”
They then conceded the show’s producers were probably just keen to save money on sets to save room for the special effects bonanza of Lucifer’s final episodes.
Even so, this continuity confusion could have been cleared up if the writers had paid a little more attention to Trixie’s small yet pivotal role in season six.
Lucifer seasons 4-6 are available to stream on Netflix.
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