Fox just dropped the official title for “Lucifer” Season 3, episode 3.

On the show’s official Twitter account, it has been revealed that episode 3 is called “What Would Lucifer Do?” The installment was written by Jason Ning and directed by Eagle Egilsson. Since “Lucifer” Season 3 will premiere on Oct. 2, episode 3 is expected to air on Oct. 16.

As of late, no other details about episode 3 have been released. But by the looks of it, Lucifer will have to make a decision over something important in the episode.

Read: “Lucifer” Season 3, episode 2 title released ahead of October premiere

“Lucifer” Season 3 will also include the four episodes from Season 2 that were cut. Originally, the second season of “Lucifer” was supposed to have a total of 13 episodes. However, Fox requested for nine more additional episodes to fill a schedule gap for the network, according to Deadline.

On his Twitter account, “Lucifer” executive producer Joe Henderson explained that cutting the four episodes will not affect the finale for Season 2. According to the exec, the four installments will serve as standalone episodes for Season 3.

Meanwhile, “Lucifer” Season 3 will see Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) reunite with Chloe Decker (Lauren German) in Los Angeles after being away for quite some time. In the finale episode last season, Lucifer woke up in the middle of a desert with his angel wings returned to him. Lucifer is shocked to see that he got the wings back and is certain that it was his father who returned them to him.

While speaking with TV Line at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con, Ellis said that Lucifer will prove to his dad, God, that he is the devil. The lead character is also not pleased with the fact that God has been insisting that his son is an angel. But as of late, it is still unclear whether or not God will make an appearance in Season 3.

In an interview with Buddy TV Henderson said of Lucifer’s father, “That was our God for now. If we have the right story, we will bring God down. What I liked about Season 2, in particular, was Mom was here. God wasn’t. It gives you a really nice simple dynamic of God never gives you answers. God’s always playing these games.”