New Bull Season 6 Spoilers For April 21, 2022 Episode 18 Revealed

New Bull Season 6 Spoilers For April 21, 2022 Episode 18 Revealed

Hey, “Bull” fans. It’s that time, once again. We are back to fill you guys in on some new spoilers scoops for your favorite show Bull. In this spoiler session, we’re going to be talking about what the next, new episode 18 of Bull’s current season 6 will be offering up when it arrives next Thursday night, April 21, 2022.

We were able to get an official teaser description for one of episode 18’s main storylines via CBS’ official episode 18 press release. So, we’re going to crack it open and see what’s going down next week. Let’s get to it.

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To start, CBS let us know that the official title for this new episode 18 of Bull’s current season 6 is called, “The Other Shoe.” It sounds like episode 18 will feature some very interesting, intense and dramatic scenes.

In the new episode 18, a dangerous drug lord, court case will be the main focus for this storyline that CBS chose to spill. Yep, it turns out that one of the world’s most dangerous drug lords will be on trial in this episode.

In light of this, we’re going to see Bull actually set aside his personal issues with prosecuting attorney AUSA Reilly to team up with him so they can bring this drug lord scum to justice. However, Bull and AUSA Reilly will face a bumpy road when they try to team up as their styles will totally clash. Apparently, AUSA Reilly will be more interested in doing things strictly by the book.

CBS’ official description for episode 18 tells us, “Bull puts aside his personal grievances to help AUSA Reilly (Patrick Breen), who prosecuted him for jury tampering, bring one of the world’s most dangerous drug lords to justice. As the pair enter into a hesitant partnership, Bull’s unconventional style clashes with the lawyer’s commitment to working by the book on the CBS Original series BULL.”

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An alternate description reads like this, “BULL HELPS THE ATTORNEY WHO PROSECUTED HIM FOR JURY TAMPERING BRING ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST DANGEROUS DRUG LORDS TO JUSTICE.”

Episode 18 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Patrick Breen as character (AUSA Reilly), Lev Gorn as character (Danilo Kovalev), Amirah Vann as character (Paula Lamont), Michael Potts as character (Judge Nolan), Tony DeMil as character (Olek), David Call as character (Agent Scott).

Guest stars continued: Blair Baker as character (Agent Cooke), Jazmin Williams as character (Francesca Gant), Tural Manafov as character (Konstantin Babiak), Bobby Potts as character (Marshall Scriven), Edward Furs as character (Man with Distinguishing Feature), Nick Freni as character (Owner) and Scott Reing as character (Jury Foreperson).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 18 are: Michael Weatherly as character (Dr. Jason Bull), Yara Martinez as character (Isabella “Izzy” Colón), Geneva Carr as character (Marissa Morgan), Jamie Lee Kirchner as character (Danny James), Christopher Jackson as character (Chunk Palmer) and MacKenzie Meehan as character (Taylor Rentzel).

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Episode 18 was written by Jenny Raftery, and it was directed by Mike Smith.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 18 of Bull’s current season 6 is indeed scheduled to hit the air next Thursday night, April 21, 2022 at approximately 9 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Alright, guys. That’s everything we’ve got for this latest, “Bull” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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