"Bull" starring Michael Weatherly (Dr Jason Bull) and Freddy Rodriguez (Benny Colón) will have an upcoming episode titled "Bring It On." It’s about Dr Bull's client that has a tendency to be overdramatic. It will air on April 18 on CBS. Read on for the new "Bull" episode guide.

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According to a CBS press release, "Bull" will have a client named Jules Caffrey (Isaiah Washington) who is a high-powered attorney in the show's upcoming episode. He'll be on trial for the murder of his fiancee. Having a flair for the theatrics, Bull will let him defend himself in the courtroom.

"Bull" IMDb "Bring It On" guest stars

According to the Internet Movie Database (IMDb), guest stars in this episode include Patrick King as Juror Aaron and Lily Davis as Gemma. John DiRenzo will also make an appearance playing a Chef.

"Bull" cast 2017

The other cast of "Bull" including Christopher Jackson ( Chunk Palmer), Geneva Carr (Marissa Morgan), Annabelle Attanasio (Cable McCrory) and Jaime Lee Kirchner (Danny James), will also be seen in this episode. Doug Aarniokoski directed "Bring It On," which was written by Simran Baidwan.

"Bull" episodes

"Bring It On" comes after the episodes titled "Free Fall," "Name Game" and "Dressed to Kill." "Free Fall," which aired on March 7, showed the Governor of Connecticut's death when his parachute didn't open during a skydiving trip with his senior office staff. Unfortunately, the owner of the skydiving company also died while trying to save the Governor.

 "Free Fall"

The skydiving company ends up getting sued by the Governor's widow and Bull offers his services to the owner's daughter, who now runs the company. Meanwhile, Danny investigates if there's a sabotage. Bull also deals with the widow's counsel who happens to be Liberty Davis (Dena Tyler), his occasional trial partner.

"Name Game" 

"Name Game" was aired on March 28. It showed Bull funding a class-action lawsuit against a bank with a corrupt pump-and-dump investment division.

"Dressed To Kill"

In "Dressed To Kill," which aired on April 4, Chunk's fashion mentor got killed during her own show and the prime suspect in her death becomes Bull's client. Aside from this, Bull also rekindled a romance with one of his opponents.

The next episode after "Bring It On" is "Make Me" which will air on May 2. The CBS crime drama airs every Tuesday from 9-10 pm ET/PT.

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