"Goodbye"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 22, the TAC team goes to court to finalize a negligent homicide defense that will change the nature of their company and their lives.

Defending a Building Owner - Bull
"Silent Killer"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 21, Bull handles the homicide defense of a building owner who is accused of killing tenants by carbon monoxide poisoning.

Under Stress - Bull
"The Envelope, Please"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 20, Bull breaks from the stress he's been under for months when a mysterious delivery causes him to blackout for hours.

"Opening Up"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 19, Marissa and Chunk are forced to go to court without Bull to defend Marissa’s closest childhood friend. "Opening Up" is the 19th episode of the show's sixth season.

"The Other Shoe"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 18, Jason puts aside his grievances to help AUSA Reilly, who prosecuted him for jury tampering, to bring a drug lord to justice.

"Dark Horse"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 17, Jason and the team of experts at his trial consulting firm employ psychology, intuition, and high-tech data to understand jurors.

Defending Diana - Bull
"The Diana Affair"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 16, Bull and Izzy argue when TAC leads the defense for Diana Lindsay, Bull's ex-girlfriend who's accused of killing her lover's wife.

"With These Hands"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 15, Jason takes a frustratingly passive role during a medical malpractice suit, when he helps the surgeon who saved his life.

"Safe Space"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 14, an agoraphobic client bring a wrongful death suit but the client's inability to testify in person threatens the trial.

"The Hard Right"

On Bull Season 6 Episode 13, Bull helps his friend, an Army psychiatrist, mount a diminished capacity defense for a sergeant accused of killing a fellow soldier.

Bull Quotes

Callisto isn't a who. Callisto is a where, geographically situated in west Texas, population 25,000, but in the legal world it's located somewhere between the sixth and seventh circles of Hell.

Bull

Bull: Rule #1: The client is the enemy.