Tonight on Bull season 3 episode 4, we saw Dr. Jason Bull engaged in a very different sort of war than we’ve seen before. This was the most personal case of the entire series.
Following the death of Cable McCrory, Bull and the rest of the TAC team ended up doing their part in order to take on a bank following the horrific bridge collapse. They held them liable through a chain of events connecting them to the attack on the bridge; the problem was trying to find a way to prove it, especially without a tech expert on the team.
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Here is where Taylor comes into play. She was an old colleague of Marissa’s who worked alongside her at Homeland Security, and she came on board for a couple of days as a favor. In the end, though, she found a photo that was a complete game-changer for the entire case — yet, using it could lead to her losing her job and so much more. This photo proved ties that the prominent bank head had to the terrorist organization — he may not have wanted this to happen, but there was culpability here somewhere. That photo was precisely what helped the team get $100 million for Cable’s mother — the money was justice, but the admission of fault was equally so. Bull and Benny took down a prominent bank — it didn’t seem like the bank boss was hit too bad at first, but then he was arrested for providing money to terrorists. That was a different kind of justice.
Of course, there was another problem that came after the fact: What to do with Taylor after what Bull did with her photo. As it turns out, Taylor actually found a way to leak the photo beforehand in order to protect herself, mostly knowing that Bull was probably going to use that photo in trial. He still offered her a job at the end of the episode, one that she did decide to accept. That’s great for the team, mostly because she’s great at what she does.
One fun fact about the episode tonight: We got a memorable guest turn from Power star Lela Loren, who played the part of the attorney representing the bank.
As it turns out, Taylor is officially with TAC now — albeit with hours and some other strings attached that you don’t see with other members of the team. Most importantly now, there is justice for Cable and everyone can actually start to move forward … not that we think that she will be forgotten about along the way.
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