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Never Saw the Sign
CBS
Never Saw the Sign (S01E07) is the seventh episode of season one of "Bull (2016)" released... More Never Saw the Sign (S01E07) is the seventh episode of season one of "Bull (2016)" released on Tue Nov 22, 2016. Over 1,539 TV Time users rated it a 7.56/10 with their favorite characters being Michael Weatherly as Jason Bull, Annabelle Attanasio as Cable McCrory and Geneva Carr as Marissa Morgan.
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November 2016

I love this show💖💕 Like if you do too!

Congrats to Michael Weatherly and the rest of Bull's cast on this nomination!👏💓 Hope they win!!

I love this show💖💕  Like if you do too!

Congrats to Michael Weatherly and the rest of Bull's cast on this nomination!👏💓  Hope they win!!
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November 2016

Oh, soooo good. 😆😝💥💥💥💥💥

Oh, soooo good.  😆😝💥💥💥💥💥
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November 2016

So cute ♥
But please. No more pineapple pizza ugh

So cute ♥
But please. No more pineapple pizza ugh
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November 2016

I love this team 💪

I love this team 💪
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November 2016

Yo can we have Bull date Judge Lamkin cause those two were CHARGED together, and also very adorable! Their banter was so cute. I vote for her return!

Yo can we have Bull date Judge Lamkin cause those two were CHARGED together, and also very adorable! Their banter was so cute. I vote for her return!
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November 2016

Classic high conflict behavior; instead of solving problems he likes to escalate them.

Classic high conflict behavior; instead of solving problems he likes to escalate them.
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November 2016

They are so cute 😻💖

They are so cute 😻💖
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November 2016

Dr. Phil ‏@DrPhil: "#BehindTheScenes with the talented actresses of @bullcbs! Don't miss the new episode tonight!"

Dr. Phil ‏@DrPhil:  "#BehindTheScenes with the talented actresses of @bullcbs! Don't miss the new episode tonight!"
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November 2016

What if your fate was in Dr. Bull's hands? I didn't kill my wife. Please help me keep my SON!!

What if your fate was in Dr. Bull's hands? I didn't kill my wife. Please help me keep my SON!!
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November 2016

This seemed strange to me. Why was he blamed for the whole thing when there were other vehicles separately involved in collisions? It looked more like some kind of natural disaster had happened. And would it kill some of these judges to be a little nicer instead of antagonizing the defense all the time?

This seemed strange to me. Why was he blamed for the whole thing when there were other vehicles separately involved in collisions? It looked more like some kind of natural disaster had happened. And would it kill some of these judges to be a little nicer instead of antagonizing the defense all the time?
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March 2017

I can handle the procedural structure, I can handle the fact that we know that the client will be retained not guilty, I can handle didactic answers at the voir dire (oooh, I use this because I forget the ingredients, so I improvise. Who would answers like this????), but I can't handle pizza with pineapple. That's too much

I can handle the procedural structure, I can handle the fact that we know that the client will be retained not guilty, I can handle didactic answers at the voir dire (oooh, I use this because I forget the ingredients, so I improvise. Who would answers like this????), but I can't handle pizza with pineapple. That's too much
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December 2016

America: Land of the finger pointing and the home of the crooked... Is it not enough that a man loses his wife in a terrible car accident, we should put him on trial for manslaughter and risk his special needs child losing both parents and getting lost in the shuffle of the system. If anyone has seen 'The Fosters' on Freeform, there's pretty much a 7% chance you'll get the care, attention, and love a child needs to develop into a fully functional human... And even that's debatable (the kids with the good foster parents end up majorly screwed up too... I'm talking to you, Callie) and of course that number is completely made up, but that's besides the point. It's just messed up that all of this finger pointing and a literal attempt at sacrificing of a man just to stand to make a few bucks... Thank God we have Bull on the right side of the law... And to awkwardly coach amateur lawyers into successful wins. Damn this guy is good!

'Never Saw The Sign' isn't one of Bull's best episodes, but per usual the show uses its high profile spot on the biggest network in the world to ask some pretty big questions about morality and the way our system works... And let's be honest, there's probably no one out there in the real world that has the insanely well equipped team and (possibly illegal) service that Bull provides fighting for the little guy... But even on an episode that doesn't have the full effect that some of the others have made, dealing with missing signs, low blood alcohol level, and everyday spats among lovers... It's still an insanely interesting breakdown from multiple perspectives.

America: Land of the finger pointing and the home of the crooked... Is it not enough that a man loses his wife in a terrible car accident, we should put him on trial for manslaughter and risk his special needs child losing both parents and getting lost in the shuffle of the system. If anyone has seen 'The Fosters' on Freeform, there's pretty much a 7% chance you'll get the care, attention, and love a child needs to develop into a fully functional human... And even that's debatable (the kids with the good foster parents end up majorly screwed up too... I'm talking to you, Callie) and of course that number is completely made up, but that's besides the point. It's just messed up that all of this finger pointing and a literal attempt at sacrificing of a man just to stand to make a few bucks... Thank God we have Bull on the right side of the law... And to awkwardly coach amateur lawyers into successful wins. Damn this guy is good! 

'Never Saw The Sign' isn't one of Bull's best episodes, but per usual the show uses its high profile spot on the biggest network in the world to ask some pretty big questions about morality and the way our system works... And let's be honest, there's probably no one out there in the real world that has the insanely well equipped team and (possibly illegal) service that Bull provides fighting for the little guy... But even on an episode that doesn't have the full effect that some of the others have made, dealing with missing signs, low blood alcohol level, and everyday spats among lovers... It's still an insanely interesting breakdown from multiple perspectives.
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December 2016

Que equipe. 👌🏽

Que equipe. 👌🏽
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November 2016

Very enjoyable episode.. However, I feel the cast is still a bit robotic delivering their scenes.. Just a little thing that still nags at me while watching ..

apart from that, loved the scene with the girls trying to know why Marissa has been changing dresses so often.. That was fun 😂

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November 2016

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