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LaToya Ferguson
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Contributor, The A.V. Club. Despite her mother's wishes, LaToya Ferguson is a writer living in Los Angeles. If you want to talk The WB's image campaigns circa 1999-2003, LaToya's your girl.
Nov 25
4

He lives with his wife who hates him, and now we know of his ex-wife... who apparently likes him enough to give him a heads up about Cassie asking questions.

Nov 25
2

Solely based on my research, it seems strangely beholden to the source material at parts, but I think the biggest differences (and if anyone here has read The Highway or the entire series of books, please let me know) are the casting and characterization of Cassie, the affair/love triangle, and Helen being Ronald’s Read more

Nov 18
3

Apparently, the show was supposed to film in New Mexico and Nevada (so, still not Montana) but moved to Canada because of the pandemic.

Nov 18
7

I’ve seen the second episode, and I’m excited to talk about the aftermath of JCL’s unhinged decision-making at the end. Read more

Aug 30
4

He’s worn that ring the entire series. Since this was supposed to be the final season, “It Never Ends Well For The Chicken” was a “okay, we’ll finally address this too” origin story that also tied into the greater mythology.

Aug 27
9

Yes, those things are all useful. But the only thing unique to Lucifer out of all that is his mojo. (I hate that I’ve typed “mojo” as much as I have. But I’m leaning into it.)

Aug 26
5

No, no — the more I think about it, I really think the Lilith thing might be it now. And the timing tells me Amenadiel returning and God’s message are our actual signs that Lilith died before Maze even finds out. The way I see it: She dies, she’s reunited with her children, and God (who works in mysterious ways) Read more

Aug 25
9

At the end of last season, Dromos said Hell had to be run by an angel... but God also could have easily changed the rule if Lilith’s in Hell, as the mother of all the demons down there. (Her punishment being having to actually be a mother would be pretty interesting.)

Aug 25
2

Both times when I watched, I figured at first he was Destiny’s bodyguard (because of his introduction, preventing Chloe from coming in). But, the combination of: Read more

Aug 25
5

That is an interesting possibility, especially since—and now I’m taking your idea and running with it for a second—if he can do that, then there’s also a logical explanation as to why he wouldn’t have just done that in the first place to bring Lucifer back to Earth. Because unlike Amenadiel, Lucifer wouldn’t have Read more