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The speech Reese gave on stand was SO POWERFUL! I never actually thought of vengeance that way, I don't know how that juror wasn't convinced by her statement.... [Read more]

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Unambiguous (S01E03) is the third episode of season one of "Bull (2016)" released on Tue O... More Unambiguous (S01E03) is the third episode of season one of "Bull (2016)" released on Tue Oct 11, 2016. Over 2,009 TV Time users rated it a 7.8/10 with their favorite characters being Michael Weatherly as Jason Bull, Annabelle Attanasio as Cable McCrory and Freddy Rodríguez as Benny Colon.
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October 2016

The speech Reese gave on stand was SO POWERFUL! I never actually thought of vengeance that way, I don't know how that juror wasn't convinced by her statement.

The speech Reese gave on stand was SO POWERFUL! I never actually thought of vengeance that way, I don't know how that juror wasn't convinced by her statement.
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October 2016

Loved this scene!!!❤ Dr. Bull is so freaking hilarious😂😂

Loved this scene!!!❤  Dr. Bull is so freaking hilarious😂😂
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October 2016

I like how these two always have their moment in every episode. It's like they're mom and dad and the rest of the team their babies

I like how these two always have their moment in every episode. It's like they're mom and dad and the rest of the team their babies
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October 2016

VERY interesting case! I'm loving this show, it makes me think deeply about the presented case, the victim, the alleged criminal... so good!

VERY interesting case! I'm loving this show, it makes me think deeply about the presented case, the victim, the alleged criminal... so good!
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October 2016

Exactly what I thought. 🤔

Exactly what I thought.  🤔
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October 2016

There was once upon a time that any type of procedural was a huge turnoff for me. Chicago PD broke me of that and opened my tv taste and perspective even wider. It's true, I'll watch and review just about anything for the love of writing, utilizing a creative outlet, and connecting with others... But for the life of me, I can't understand why people are dogging on this show. Sure, there's no way that anyone could actually afford this service that Bull is doing... But you have to admit, it's a unique way to break down cases, understand and decode multiple perspectives, and most unique of all to its genre... Bull does it's homework. I was astonished that the pilot not only used chemicals and chemistry to push along the narrative, but also used them correctly and promoted harm reduction in the process. It was literally just a side note for the episode as a whole, but it meant a lot to me... As most procedurally lazily and dangerously use incorrect information on drugs or chemicals to move their story to their liking, not thinking of the consequences that can be very real... Even for a silly TV show.

That said, Bull pulls off another win and another interesting breakdown/analysis of how different people in society view rape, it's victims, circumstantial evidence, and media manipulation. COME ON! I don't care how they do it... The fact that it's even being tackled with any sort of dignity on a network procedural is amazing to me. I feel like this is turning out to be more of a PSA than an actual review... But there's no reason why this show should be so easily dismissed, especially after only 3 episodes.

Bull is bringing valid points to a mass audience that frankly need to hear what the show has to say... Just because the media has framed a story a certain way, doesn't make it true... You should always question your reality and the realities that others impose on you. Awareness is everything. Educating yourself and forming a solid opinion based on facts is everything. Oh and count random numbers if you don't have a Xanax handy during a panic attack. Bull dares to tell us that. We should be thanking this show, not dropping it from our DVR's.

The show itself is catching its footing attempting to flesh out its characters, but at the end of the day Bull is more about the case and the logistics behind it than it is about the drama that surrounds the players in the game. There's a lot of positive things to take away from this show and we're only 3 episodes in, let's focus on that instead of the negatives while the show is still in its infancy stage. Good job, Bull.

There was once upon a time that any type of procedural was a huge turnoff for me. Chicago PD broke me of that and opened my tv taste and perspective even wider. It's true, I'll watch and review just about anything for the love of writing, utilizing a creative outlet, and connecting with others... But for the life of me, I can't understand why people are dogging on this show. Sure, there's no way that anyone could actually afford this service that Bull is doing... But you have to admit, it's a unique way to break down cases, understand and decode multiple perspectives, and most unique of all to its genre... Bull does it's homework. I was astonished that the pilot not only used chemicals and chemistry to push along the narrative, but also used them correctly and promoted harm reduction in the process. It was literally just a side note for the episode as a whole, but it meant a lot to me... As most procedurally lazily and dangerously use incorrect information on drugs or chemicals to move their story to their liking, not thinking of the consequences that can be very real... Even for a silly TV show. 

That said, Bull pulls off another win and another interesting breakdown/analysis of how different people in society view rape, it's victims, circumstantial evidence, and media manipulation. COME ON! I don't care how they do it... The fact that it's even being tackled with any sort of dignity on a network procedural is amazing to me. I feel like this is turning out to be more of a PSA than an actual review... But there's no reason why this show should be so easily dismissed, especially after only 3 episodes.

Bull is bringing valid points to a mass audience that frankly need to hear what the show has to say... Just because the media has framed a story a certain way, doesn't make it true... You should always question your reality and the realities that others impose on you. Awareness is everything. Educating yourself and forming a solid opinion based on facts is everything. Oh and count random numbers if you don't have a Xanax handy during a panic attack. Bull dares to tell us that. We should be thanking this show, not dropping it from our DVR's. 

The show itself is catching its footing attempting to flesh out its characters, but at the end of the day Bull is more about the case and the logistics behind it than it is about the drama that surrounds the players in the game. There's a lot of positive things to take away from this show and we're only 3 episodes in, let's focus on that instead of the negatives while the show is still in its infancy stage. Good job, Bull.
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October 2016

Good on you, Benny! Love you!

Good on you, Benny! Love you!
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October 2016

" You don't belive in coincidences" Yes because he fallows Gibbs's theaching!!!!!!!!

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October 2016

I liked the count out of order trick for panic attacks!

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October 2016

I'm loving this show better than NCIS now!❤☺😍 Great job Dr. Bull! And great job to all the cast especially Michael Weatherly!

I'm loving this show better than NCIS now!❤☺😍  Great job Dr. Bull!  And great job to all the cast especially Michael Weatherly!
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November 2016

this moment
killed
me

this moment
killed
me
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October 2016

Great actress the raped girl. Really liked her.

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October 2016

I like how they actually tell you who really did it in the end. Subtle in conversation, no scene needed but good closure

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October 2016

Very good episode and interesting case!

Very good episode and interesting case!
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November 2016

She's not a murderer she's a Survivor!

She's not a murderer she's a Survivor!
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October 2016

Wow! This show keeps surprising me of how entertaining it is !! I find most procedural shows boring and repetitive but this one just keeps the cases fresh and doesn't give too much importance to who did it and I like that !!! ,

Wow! This show keeps surprising me of how entertaining it is !! I find most procedural shows boring and repetitive but this one just keeps the cases fresh and doesn't give too much importance to who did it and I like that !!! ,
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