Lucifer season 4 continues to up its episode title game — how can you say anything otherwise about the title “Orgy Pants To Work”?
In a new post on Twitter (which you can check out below), Aiyana White confirmed that this is the title for her upcoming episode which is also going to be the sixth episode of the up coming season. White is new to the writing team this season, after having penned episodes of Incorporated and Wisdom of the Crowd in the past.
Just in case you were wondering, this episode definitely has the stamp of approval from our resident devil himself in Tom Ellis, who refers to it as “really bloody good.”
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Typically, we like to go over possible meanings for episode titles and how they can be traced back to various characters … but what do you do with an episode entitled “Orgy Pants to Work”? Where do you go from there? It sounds like some sort of X-rated fashion trend sweeping the nation. It’s also hard to relate it to any particular character, though it’s probably closer to Lucifer Deckerstar than some of the other people at the LAPD.
For those wondering about the director for this episode, Louis Milito has done a number of excellent episodes of Lucifer to date — think in terms of “High School Poppycock” or “Chloe Does Lucifer.” This is going to be an hour jam-packed with humor, though it will also likely tie into everything else that is coming up in this upcoming story. With Lucifer season 4 only having ten episodes, this probably means that there will be a tighter, more serialized story even if there are some case-of-the-week elements sprinkled in throughout.
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Alas, the wait for new Lucifer episodes is still a long one, with the new season not being planned for release until at some point in 2019. Nonetheless, this will be worth the wait!
Have any crazy theories on the Lucifer 4×06 title? Who do you think it’s a reference to, if anyone? Share in the comments! (Photo: Netflix.)