You have the whole weekend to catch up, so I'll tell you where to start. I'm going to recap the whole season, but I'm going to put a star by important episodes.
The Necklace*: We get introduced to Tony’s day job, which is being Dr. Phil essentially. The son of a millionaire is accused of murdering a girl he had sex with. He’s innocent because he’s gay and was with his friend’s father at the time of the murder. His friend’s mother killed the girl because she thought she stood between her daughter and the boy. We also get introduced to the main characters and the technology. Box one checked.
The Woman in 8D*: A female pilot is accused of flight negligence and the jury won’t believe her because she’s a woman. Bull fires her lawyer and gets Benny on the case, his ex-brother-in-law who used to work for the D.A. but hasn’t been in front a real jury in a while. Box two checked.
Unambiguous*: A woman is accused by a crime blogger of a previously unsolved murder. Good character episode for Benny, as he has to go up against his old flame. The coach most likely killed the player and the blogger.
Callisto*: The team goes to a fictional town in Texas to defend a woman that created a drug to cure her little sister. This town is heavily biased to its own prosecutors, including Diana Lindsey, who has beaten Bull before. She’s incredibly good at making a fool out of him, and she’s important later. The case is dropped.
Just Tell The Truth: The parents of a murdered socialite come to Bull for help, but he decides to defend the working-class fiancé instead. The girls want to investigate Chunk’s, the fashion guy/former football player, date but he won’t let them. Cable pulls some hijinks with an elevator in the courtroom and the fiancé gets off. Another member of the wait staff killed her and Bull gets a large check from her father.
Bedside Manner: A surgeon that Marisa used to date is accused of malpractice for giving a woman a hysterectomy to a woman who wanted to be pregnant. The problem ends up being with the machine he was using and he isn’t guilty, he’s just a jerk.
Never Saw The Sign: A judge suggests that Bull take on a case of a man charged with vehicular manslaughter. The reason for this is a corrupt assemblyman who wants to take advantage of the case. Cable finds a troll online that hacked the sign the man was supposed to see. The man walks free. Marissa is dating her ex-husband.
Too Perfect*: A man files a wrongful death suit against Bull’s ex-wife and Benny’s sister, Isabela Colon. She hadn’t talked to Benny because she thought Bull getting him to work at TAC was a tactic to win the divorce. Bull and Isabela had a miscarriage they didn’t know how to deal with. Bull helps her by making her look less perfect. The mistress killed the woman, not Isabela’s company.
Light My Fire*: Bull goes back to his hometown to defend a man accused of arson and murder. The team gives up their long weekend to help, though Benny is already there. Benny and Chunk get lost, and Bull has to fill in as the lawyer. We learn about Bull’s past. He was an outcast just like the accused man because his father was a swindler. The fire was set by a firefighter who was being paid by the town gossip.
E.J.: Not Barrett lol. An employee was killed by the prototype of a self-driving car. E.J was based on the CEO’s dead boyfriend. A jealous employee hacked into it and the CFO killed him.
Teacher’s Pet: An underage student is in a relationship with his teacher, who is now pregnant. The baby is the estranged husband’s, not the students. They manage to get the teacher to break it off. Dany wonders if she’s dating down as well.
Stockholm Syndrome*: After an explosion at TAC, a woman holds the team and mirror jurors hostage until they free her husband from prison. Cable’s in another room, so she helps with research. Bull finds out that Dany is the one who put him after the woman threatens her. He’s able to protect Dany by getting the gun from the woman but has to put her on trial as a witness. He rips her apart but later apologizes. The husband isn’t innocent, and they all get out of there alive.
The Fall*: Bull helps an online gamer file a lawsuit against his employer after the employer claims he intentionally threw a championship game. Cable used to play and broke up with a boyfriend because he couldn’t stop. He helps on the case and they get back together. The gamer has Parkinson’s and is able to get back on his team. It was one of his other teammates that threw the game.
It’s Classified*: An army lieutenant leaked a classified document. The important thing is why. Bull likes her. Benny doesn’t. The file shows the hypocrisy of a colonel but also cost three men their lives. The rules are different in military court and Marisa decides that they won’t be using technology on this one. Bull and Benny fight because Benny won’t tell him about the classified information he was given at a black site. It turns out that the lieutenant redacted the document and GlobeSpill didn’t. Benny gets arrested by the FBI. Bull loses, but the lieutenant gets a light sentence. Bull trades to get Benny out and then tells a story about a half-sister. Benny gets papers from a corruption unit.
What’s Your Number*: A bridge collapses and kills 15 people. Diana Lindsey is back and defending the architect. He’s a sociopath. He cuts off the power at the TAC office, pays off the mirror jury, and has the project manager who testifies against him killed. The team works at Bull’s apartment. He is convicted and Lindsey says she won’t help with his appeal. They go to dinner. Benny finds out he’s being investigated for a murder case he was on years ago.
Freefall: Bull defends a skydiving company after the death of the Governor and the company founder. Liberty is defending the widow. The company’s lawyer killed the governor.
Name Game: The team brings a class action lawsuit against a bank for a stock scam. Benny is off his game because he’s being investigated by the U.S. attorney’s office, which he still hasn’t told Bull. He also falls for the client, who is also Chunk’s nephew’s teacher. Bull gets banned from the courtroom, but they win anyway.
Dressed to Kill*: Chunk’s fashion mentor is killed. Bull decides to defend the man accused of killing her, which tests his bond with Chunk. The second-in-command killed her. Lindsey is also in this episode.
Bring It On: Bull defends a theatrical lawyer accused of killing his fiancée. The fiancée was a grifter and was killed by her brother.
Make Me*: A boy killed his father but can’t remember it. Bull brings in another lawyer to defend him because he doesn’t trust Benny. Chunk and Danny go undercover in a cult that only Chunk gets invited into. He then gets interrogated by the cult leader, who was the target. The boy was hypnotized by the daughter. His doctor used to be Bull’s therapist and Benny comes clean to Bull.
How To Dodge A Bullet*: Benny is arrested and Bull seeks out help from Faith Lehane, aka J.P. Nunnelly. She’s able to get him a plea deal, which he rejects. After that, she negotiates with Bull. She wants him to work on three cases of her choice if she wins Benny’s case. She does because someone else planted the evidence. Has Bull forgotten about Lindsey?
Dirty Little Secrets: The CEO of Heptex is refusing to turn his servers over to the FBI. This is the first case Bull works for Nunnely and they don’t agree. He sends the server information heavily encrypted. Cable refuses to decrypt the server because her friend was in the hotel that blew up and Bull threatens to fire her. Dany investigates Heptex and finds out that the second-in-command is a compulsive gambler, who Cable finds out was in debt until the hotel blew up. Cable also finds out that Bull failed the bar twice. Nunnelly wins and Heptex doesn’t have to turn in the servers. Nunnely’s apartment is Bull’s perfect home.
Benevolent Deception: Drugs are found under a single mother’s home in Miami. Nunnelly puts Bull on the case but he initially refuses because he thinks their services are being paid for with drug money. Nunnelly tells Bull that she can start her own firm if she wins this case and offers to let him off the hook. There is an anonymous jury, which makes Bull’s job harder. There is a good bit of theatrics, but the brother is jailed with no idea that his sister turned him in, and Nunnelly gets to leave her firm.