'Bull' Season 5 Episode 2: Why is Benny playing dirty? Fans are Team Chunk in their 'Wild West standoff'

As things stand, the TAC will fight both the cases, and this will lead to a rift between both Benny and Chunk


                            'Bull' Season 5 Episode 2: Why is Benny playing dirty? Fans are Team Chunk in their 'Wild West standoff'
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It's time for a showdown in TAC, between Benny and Chunk. It's tricky, because both of them are on different sides of the spectrum: Benny represents the plaintiff, and Chunk represents the defendant in the same civil suit, where a mother has sued a young artist she deems responsible for her daughter’s death. Whose side to choose? As things stand, the TAC will fight both the cases, and this will lead to a rift between both Benny and Chunk. 

Fans are with Chunk on this, and say that the woman's daughter was a grown adult, and had made her own decision to move into the squatters's space, which collapsed. "No doubts. I’m Team Palmer all the way on this one. #Bull. The young woman who died was still an adult and made her own decision to move in to squatter space. Her mother’s word “entice” raised red flags for me," a fan wrote while another posted, "Benny playing dirty. Lol. #Bull". "Really, Benny? The mother is playing the blame game big time. #Bull," a user tweeted.



 



 



 

Meanwhile, the fans are sniggering at watching the 'western showdown' between Benny and Chunk, as some old time cowboy tunes play as they get ready to fight between each other in court. "What's with that Western music? I hope that wasn't from a famous movie, because I don't recognize it! It will be a showdown in the middle of town, though! #Bull," a fan wrote. "#bull I don’t see any music but I saw a little draw a little show down of the Cowboys session... I would say music would be... Bennie And The Jets Song by Elton John," another wrote. 



 

 



 

The second episode is promising to be just as fun as the first. The Season 5 premiere of 'Bull' was an unusual one as we saw Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) trapped in what seems like a feverish and musical nightmare of sorts. It turned out to be actually Bull suffering from fever, presumably Covid-19. Throughout the course of the episode, Bull is worried as the social-distancing measures have brought TAC to a grinding halt. Everything has been transferred to virtual mediums, which leaves Bull panicking about the future of his family. But all's well that ends well?

'Bull' airs Mondays at 10 pm on CBS.

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