This post contains SPOILERS.
We start this finale with Charlotte stapling her stomach which was so badass, especially when she follows it up by dragging the body out of view and then making a phone call, all without putting up too much of a fuss.
Throughout the episode, we see the acts of a desperate woman. She becomes a little more dangerous as the episode goes on. We see her attack her own sons and hurt Linda so bad that she might not make it (but luckily she does!). This was overall a very good Charlotte episode and I’m very happy with the scenes she was given.
We see Lucifer and Amenadiel at odds during the episode, but they do spend a lot of time on their own paths.
With Amenadiel we have him trying to decide what to do with the sword. Although there are doubts (from Lucifer) that entrusting the final piece to Amenadiel might just be another trick, the latter still decides not to use it and to not allow the plan to put Charlotte in Heaven with God to go ahead. During the episode we see him try out Dan’s improv class which was really hilarious and I really hope we get to see him navigate the human world a little more in season 4. Along with this, I love his relationship with Dan and I want that to continue on too. I thought it was fantastic that he hid the final piece of the sword in Dan’s pocket because he knew it would be safe there.
Lucifer, on the other hand, spends the episode trying to figure out what to do with Charlotte after the things she gets up to during the episode. By the end, his goal is to stop her before she hurts Chloe. His offer to let her rule Hell clearly didn’t go over well, but it is clear that Lucifer is really trying his best. Throughout the episode, he tries to make amends with Maze, he tries to look out for Linda (mostly by visiting her at the end, there’s even a point after Charlotte throws him into his piano that he considers going straight to check on Linda), and he does everything he can (even beg Amenadiel to give him the final piece) in order to save Chloe.
Which brings us on to that ending. It’s a shame that Amenadiel didn’t get to say goodbye to Charlotte (similarly to how he never got the chance to meet God Johnson). This show is about Lucifer, but it’s not hard to see why Amenadiel feels like he’s not valued as much.