When Bull season 2 episode 20 airs on CBS Tuesday night, you are going to see what very well could be one of the most emotional stories of the entire season.
The case on Tuesday begins when an old friend pays Bull a visit, hoping to convince him to take on a very difficult case regarding a woman who literally shot her husband in the back. With that being said, there is a twist in that the husband was extremely abusive and she was afraid for her life. She felt as though this was the only way in which she could ensure her safety, and this is where questions rise as to whether or not she is guilty or acting out of self-defense.
Bull knows that bringing this case to trial hoping for a not guilty verdict is going to be difficult. With that being said, he also knows that there are many other challenges that he is also facing here — namely, him having to find the right lawyer. In the sneak peek below, one potential attorney makes it clear to him that there is little to no chance that he is going to be able to get the desired verdict given what she did. With that in mind, Bull has two simple words for this lawyer: You’re fired. He doesn’t have much of any interest in working with someone who, in turn, doesn’t really believe with his client. What we’re getting here is some pretty-clear evidence that Bull is committed to find her way in order to prove her innocence and he’ll figure out exactly how to mount the right defense.
Based on all of the information that we’re getting about this episode at the moment, though, the biggest thing we can say is simply this: We’re getting set for an hour that could very well rip out your heart.
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