Episode 4 of “Bull” season 6 shows a company called Smokestack accused of selling defective vapes to people. People got hurt, and one person died. The people in the class-action lawsuit want to be compensated, but the company offers too little money for Bull to make up his mind. The rest of what happened in the latest episode is at the bottom. It will tell you what might happen next in the upcoming episode.
Bull Season 6 Episode 5 Release Date
Bull season 6 episode 5 will air on November 4, 2021. This show is 45 minutes long and airs weekly on Thursdays.
Where to Stream Bull Season 6 Episode 5 Online?
If you want to watch Bull season 6 episode 5 on TV, tune in to CBS on Monday, November 12 at 9 PM. If you miss it or if you do not have cable, go to the CBS website and watch online. You have a lot of different options to watch episodes. You can stream them on Fubo TV, YouTube TV, Hulu+Live TV, Xfinity, and DirecTV. Or you can buy or rent the episodes on Microsoft Store, Spectrum, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, or Vudu.
Bull Season 6 Episode 5 Spoilers
The worst times are coming. Bull will get asked not to help his team with their legal cases. Bull had a problem in the past, but it’s okay now. A lawyer can help defend a rich man who is in trouble. His employees might have a hard time without him because the lawyer holds things together in his company. If he goes away, the company will fall apart, and everyone in it will lose their jobs.
Bull Season 6 Episode 4 Recap
In this episode, Bull’s team tackles a lawsuit for a company that makes vaping products. This company is not giving the people who have hurt in the process a settlement they are happy with, so Bull needs to convince them to change it. Marissa realizes that their company is in debt, and so if they get five percent of the winnings from this lawsuit, they need to convince the other company to change what it has offered as a settlement.
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Until that point, Bull was using his savings to run the company. One of the people who are suing is a woman. She almost ended the lawsuit, but then Bull talks about how hard it would be to hire a new lawyer and pay for them too. The woman gives him another chance, and they find an old lawyer from their company who is willing to testify against them in court.
As it turns out, Bull is just one jury vote away from winning the trial. One of their jurors gets injured, and his replacement is someone who doesn’t like them. Dennis LaBrie, their witness, takes the stand, and he has a record for drugs. This can be a good thing because it brings up another point: one about the company using chargers without permission.
The company claims that they have warned their consumers of the dangers of using unauthorized chargers. That is why they are not responsible for what happened to Smokestack. But it is not true. They never said that the vapes would explode when you use unauthorized equipment, so now Smokestack will pay 145 million dollars in a lawsuit with class members. But Bull gets arrested for jury tampering, so he might go to prison soon.
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