|Me:||You're turning into Crowley.... *takes cookie out of bag*|
|Lauren:||You're turning into Gabe, what with all those sweets.|
|Me:||*takes bite of cookie* yeah, Gabe eats a lot of sweets, I'm surprised he still has any teeth left.|
|Lauren:||He's always got a lollipop in his mouth.|
|Me:||mhm *takes another bite of cookie*|
|Lauren:||or sams dick|
|Me:||*inhales cookie and spends five minutes coughing and dying of laughter on the floor*|
It is my headcanon that there is a gun on the table in this scene because The Winter Soldier has been trained to arm any of his handlers who are not already armed while in his presence so that, if they so choose, they can put him down at any time.
Later, it takes Steve months to figure out why Bucky gives him a knife every time they’re in the same room.
Nick didn’t die. He was alive when Lucifer departed, left in a state similar to that of one of Raphael’s vessels, lying there in that dilapidated room until he was found.
When he is topside, Sam eventually tracks down the shattered vessel. As he creates a trail of blood soaked…
There has always been a lot of focus on vessels and their corresponding angels, such as Sam Winchester and Lucifer. We see throughout Season 5 Lucifer telling Sam that they share similarities and their lives parallel each other such as familial rejection, being locked up by a close sibling (i.e. Dean locking Sam in the panic room), and even claiming to know Sam more than Sam knows himself (“ I think I know you better than you know yourself.” 5.03). Certainly the connection and yet the differences between both characters have been distinctly pointed out, but never do we get a good glimpse at the “meatsuit” Lucifer wears during his communication with Sam: Nick. This analysis will talk of the parallels shared between Nick (loss of family and isolation) and the uniqueness in lighting, character blocking and color when it comes to Lucifer connecting with Nick.