green September 21, 2016 Share September 21, 2016 (edited) 7 hours ago, shrewd.buddha said: Maybe they should have just named this show "Rigged" , because, like most shows about lawyers, it turns the legal system into a game where winning at all costs is the only thing that matters. And when will we see Dr. Bull doing his best work for a client who is most likely guilty? (OJ's dream team) That's usually the rich type of client who can afford these type of expensive services, right? It was watchable, but I was turned off by almost every character, including Bull and his overly cocky team of jury manipulators. Decided to go fiction watching last night instead of watch the ball game. Geez this show was terribly written, premise horrible and just plain bad. And what Shrewd Buddha said above about it. There is an innate sense of justice and fair play in most of us. This fictional corp is opposite world from it upholding the rich and their already rigged legal (not justice) system and screwing over the poor who can't afford them. Hacking our lives so to make "clones" of each and every one of us when needed because we all can somehow be "mirrored" 100% so have no real value in and of ourselves. Therefore we are just pawns for the rich to play with. If the pilot was about a maverick who broke away from this "Evil Corp" (tm Mr Robot) to fight against it using it's own evil methods for good it would be a better show. But still not a good show because these are bad methods that will always skew justice into gaming the system more than it already is and it is already approaching 100% levels of same. Hated how the main target juror was emotionally "used" and "manipulated" to use her past pain to get the results Evil Corp wanted. There was some throw away line that this would in the end help her with her pain. Bulls**t (*cough*). Who made Evil Corp God? (Show called "Bull" is well named at least, heh). And terrible writing. The "non-Hollywood sexy looking" woman lawyer was always going to be the main lawyer at the end. You knew that 5 minutes into the show. A high priced lawyer would know all the tricks Evil Corp was using already. No dog and pony show on how the main character decided the girl's mother was the murderer because it was her mother's necklace or why he hitches rides along with cops for arrests other than he is one special little snowflake isn't he. What was the point of any of this? Two thumbs and 4 bull hooves down from me. Hope it gets cancelled right away but the lead actor's fame from NCIS will keep it limping along way too long. Edited September 21, 2016 by green 5 Link to comment
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