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How to Dodge a Bullet 

Bull makes a deal with top criminal attorney J.P. Nunnelly (guest star Eliza Dushku) to defend Benny when he goes to trial for misconduct in a case related to his former career with the District Attorney's office.

Director:

Russell Lee Fine (as Russell Fine)

Writers:

Paul Attanasio (created by), Phil McGraw (created by) (as Dr. Phillip C. McGraw) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Michael Weatherly ... Jason Bull
Freddy Rodríguez ... Benny Colón (as Freddy Rodriguez)
Geneva Carr ... Marissa Morgan
Jaime Lee Kirchner ... Danny James
Annabelle Attanasio ... Cable McCrory
Chris Jackson ... Chunk Palmer (as Christopher Jackson)
Eliza Dushku ... J.P. Nunnelly
Delaney Williams ... Wilson Jessup
Joel de la Fuente ... Brent Janson
Joe Grifasi ... Judge Arlen Rand
Curzon Dobell ... Calvin Browning
Jennifer Van Dyck ... Veronica Browning
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christopher James Baker ... Hayden Watkins
Adam Dietlein Adam Dietlein ... Attractive Man
Rachel Rath ... Waitress
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Bull makes a deal with top criminal attorney J.P. Nunnelly (guest star Eliza Dushku) to defend Benny when he goes to trial for misconduct in a case related to his former career with the District Attorney's office.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

9 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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I'm Not in Love
Written by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman
Performed by 10CC
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Horrible script: bad guest character, massive plot holes
10 May 2017 | by morandbSee all my reviews

The script writer - I use that term generously - has the guest character (played by Eliza Dushku) be impossibly perfect with extensive dialogue discussing how superior she is. If this had been Young-Adult fiction, the character would have been derided as a "Mary Sue".

The script has none of the various features that make the show entertaining, for example there is virtually none of Bull & Co analyzing the individual jurors.

Worse, the script has obvious, head-smacking plot holes.


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