'Bull' Season 5 Episode 5 Spoilers: Has Bull's credibility as an attorney been damaged for good?
There are only around 16 episodes this season, so it is expected that CBS will space out the episodes as much as it can
'Bull' is back after a Christmas break and the fifth episode promises to be another intense one. There are only around 16 episodes this season, so it is expected that CBS will space out the episodes as much as it can. The fourth episode, titled 'Ex-Factor', revolved around Marissa (Geneva Carr) as Greg and she are forced to reunite as they are accused of money laundering. The onus is on Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) and Benny Colon (Freddy Rodriguez) to clear her name.
After what seemed like a breathless rollercoaster, there were happy endings for everybody as Greg accepted his mistake and Marissa was ree to go. What made fans particularly happy, was when Izzy (Yara Martinez) surprised Bull with a ring, and that was a sweet end to a rather stressful episode. For Marissa, the story ended with a reconciliation of sorts. The next episode will surely focus a lot more on Bull and Izzy's relationship while also shedding light on Benny's DA aspirations as the episode so much didn't hint about what was next for the charismatic attorney.
The synopsis for the episode reads, "Bull worries he can’t convince a jury his religious leader client didn’t kill his wife when a major secret the pastor is hiding about the marriage is revealed, damaging his credibility in court."
Bull stars Michael Weatherly as Dr Jason Bull in a drama inspired by the early career of Dr Phil McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial-consulting firms of all time. Smart as a tick and charming, Bull combines psychology, human intuition and high-tech data to understand jurors, attorneys, witnesses. In the latest season, Bull struggles with his personal life as he balances fatherhood along with his renewed relationship with Izzy Colon, his ex-wife. In the latest turn of events, his close friend Benny Colon might just be leaving the TAC to run for DA. Fans have reason to believe that Benny might leave the show, as Chunk (Christopher Jackson) seems to be taking center stage more often than not.
Tune into an exciting episode of 'Bull' on Mondays at 10 pm on CBS.