Thursday, April 14, 2016

L is for 'Lucifer', Leslie ('Gotham'), and Lincoln & Lexa ('The 100')

Our first L is the name of a title character: Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis). He's an evil, terrible person, yet somehow charming in human form. Sure, it doesn't really make any sense for the devil to ever be a "nice guy," but Lucifer is somehow a fantastic show anyway.

On Gotham, the mother of Gordon's (Ben McKenzie) fetus is Leslie (Morena Baccarin). Things are going really well for them. Until they're not. Gordon has been falsely accused of killing a fellow cop. Let's hope he can clear his name sooner than later so he can go back to being awesome and having the love he deserves.

Over on The 100, Lincoln is the first Grounder to teach the sky people that not all Grounders are horrible murderous fiends. Well, except for the part where he gets tortured after trying to kill Finn the first time he sees him. He's a good guy after that, although things haven't worked out so well for him recently.

We also have a big cheese Grounder: Lexa. She's the commander, and a fine one she is at that, even after falling for a sky woman. Except things don't work out well for her either. Oh yeah, and she was implanted with AI tech, so she was sort of a cyborg. Sort of.


  1. What a great list of characters! Perfect for L.

  2. Lucifer is much more entertaining than I expected. His character has the perfect amount of humor.

    Definitely not good to be in the 100 and have your name start with an L. I really liked Lincoln's character and was not a fan of his demise.