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Season three of Bull finds Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) returning to work at TAC after recovering from his heart attack. His first case back is a tough one, as he asks his team to help defend an insurance company who is being sued by a young mother who was denied coverage for a liver transplant. This season will also find Bull on the other side of the jury box, as he is called to serve jury duty while simultaneously trying to manage a case for TAC.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Ground Beneath Their Feet||Bull returns to work following his heart attack with a new rich client for the firm to represent: an insurance company being sued by a dying mother for denying coverage of her liver transplant.||43:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoJury Duty||Bull finds himself on the opposite side of voir dire, when he serves jury duty while simultaneously mounting a defense for a woman on trial for killing her daughter's murderer.||43:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoExcessive Force||Bull and the TAC team are at the center of a federal civil suit dividing the city when they consult for the NYPD on the defense of a police officer accused of excessive force in the shooting of an unarmed man. As they aim to select jurors who will focus on the shooting's circumstances, the social politics surrounding the case create tension within their own ranks.||43:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoJustice for Cable||Business becomes personal for Bull when TAC assists with a civil suit against the bank that funded the terrorists responsible for Cable’s death. Also, Marissa enlists her former homeland security co-worker and international banking cyber-investigator, Taylor Rentzel, to help with the suit.||43:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Missing Piece||Bull joins the defense team of a seemingly unwinnable case when a doctor is put on trial for murder after his submission to a DNA database links him to a homicide. While Bull and Benny work on selecting jurors who are predisposed to trust their instincts instead of incontrovertible evidence, Danny and Mackenzie research if their client's DNA sample may have been contaminated.||42:20||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFool Me Twice||Bull and the TAC team help one of their own when Marissa's restaurateur husband, Greg (David Furr), is charged with involuntary manslaughter after one of his employees dies in a kitchen fire allegedly caused by negligence. During voire dire, Bull and Benny aim to select jurors who will believe the fire was an accident and not a pattern of irresponsible management.||43:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Girl Without Feelings||Bull confronts his guilt over closing his psychiatric practice to start TAC when his former patient, a young woman who is a clinical sociopath, goes on trial for killing her brother. When Bull and Benny’s client has no memory of the crime due to her mental condition, they enter a “Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity” plea and aim to seat jurors that are sympathetic to mental illness.||43:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBut for the Grace||Bull takes on a pro bono client who was poorly advised by his public defender to plead guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge and is now facing felony manslaughter after the victim dies.||43:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMichael Weatherly Explains What Bull Looks for in a Woman||Dr. Jason Bull can be a bit of a ladies man - and he's had a few complicated relationships. He also seems to have a type, with admirable character traits. Michael Weatherly is happy to explain what his character is looking for in Bull.||1:11||Free||View in iTunes|
Great start of season 3
Spoilers!!! Thought they did an excellent job of explaining not only that Bull went though something heavy but the finances that would be required to run a place like this helping people who need help, the "retainer". I am hoping that it does not stop them from exploring backgrounds or just the core characters. One of the problems with some procedural s over time they just ignore characters that should be tied to the main ones, not sure if its cost driving or laziness. Example is Criminal minds over the years went from lots of the stuff people have like families and romance to ... almost nothing. Also I thought the acting was great over a certain "loss" was well done and well written even if I am not at all heartbroken to see that actress or that character go. Jaime Lee Kirchner did a brilliant job of reacting to the loss of one of the main characters, not easy to pull my heart strings but she emotionally invested me into a character I cared moderately little for, excellent acting on her part. Bravo! As for the actress they lost I am aware several of her projects seem to include blatant Mysandry. SO no loss for me since I am everything she believes is wrong with America, white middle-aged male veteran. And I already don’t agree with many of the stances of CBS so glad I did not have to cancel one of the few remaining shows I watch from Any of the major broadcasting stations. Sorry to dive into the dark there at the end but I think CBS needs to know not all of us are listening to everything they put out with baited breath, or are afraid to cancel a show we watch. Anyway great Start to a season. ~Vegaskane