‘Bull’: A Grieving Mother Wants Justice in Latest Episode

by Joe Rutland
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A grieving mother is telling her side of the story to Dr. Jason Bull in the CBS drama Bull on Thursday nights. Will he help her get justice?

Outsiders, we’ll get some help on this matter from Otatukart.

Bull returns in Season 6, Episode 9 called False Positive on Jan. 6, 2022. We’re going to have some spoiler material coming up.

The episode’s synopsis goes like this: The team will be helping a grieving mother who saw her son being shot. But the mother sues the computer program developers that misidentified her son as a criminal. Another side note here is that Jason, played by Michael Weatherly, is watching one of his team members think about a new job.

Who will it be? It’s Marissa Morgan, played by Geneva Carr.

Bull has had a lot in Season 6 to deal with on CBS. Bull’s daughter was kidnapped while Jason himself was being charged for bribing a juror. What’s next? It’s going to be a barnburner as Jason takes more chances.

Besides Weatherly and Morgan, other cast members include Christopher Jackson, Jamie Lee Kirchner, MacKensie Meehan, and Yara Martinez.

When Bull returns, it can be seen on Thursdays at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central, on CBS.

‘Bull’ Star Michael Weatherly Says Show Is ‘Great Lens on Society’ At This Time

People who watch Bull religiously may also be fans of Michael Weatherly from his days on NCIS.

The show’s lead actor, though, views his latest show as something quite unique. Weatherly says that the CBS drama actually offers a close-up view of today’s society.

“Bull is this great lens on society and we’ve gone away from the screens and all the technology and the deep dives of Twitter and Facebook and social media aspect,” Weatherly said in an interview with Hey U Guys.

Weatherly said the drama’s first season focused on the tech aspect of Jason’s job. But that focus moved on to larger social themes.

“Now it’s much more about these social themes,” he said. “I think the show will keep changing, I don’t think it’ll stay there. (And) I think as we go through it is reflecting how turbulent everything is.”

Yes, Outsiders, this show does have a connection with Dr. Phil McGraw. It reflects back on parts of his early career and McGraw is an executive producer on the drama.

Watching Bull, you will find some psychology, intuition, and technology being used for the team’s work.

What does Bull do? He evaluates jurors and witnesses. Because of his work, attorneys can come up with the best winning strategies.

If fans are thinking Weatherly will leave and return to NCIS, well, it’s not going to happen. Unless he wants to go.