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Title: [REVIEW] BULL - S03E08: BUT FOR THE GRACE
Author: Lilian Zin
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  "On behalf of the entire criminal justice system, I apologize." - Benjamin Colón Se eu for parar para pensar, essa tempor...
 "On behalf of the entire criminal justice system, I apologize." - Benjamin Colón

Se eu for parar para pensar, essa temporada teve mais episódios que não gostei tanto do que temporadas passadas. Claro que alguns tem uma coisinha que chama mais a atenção que outros e isso é normal. Mas Bull parece que perdeu a essência, o rumo.

Vou reformular: durante a terceira temporada, parece que algumas coisas foram esquecidas. Personagens aparecem bem menos (Oi, Taylor). O próprio quesito trial science foi meio deixado de lado. Porém nesse episódio ele foi relembrado. Brevemente. Eu gosto bastante do voir dire, porque as perguntas são muito sem noção. E gosto de quando eles analisam os jurados. 


Mas, principalmente, gosto quando Benny toma a frente em determinados momentos. JB pode até ser um neném, mas Benny é mais. Ele pegando o caso porque a menina pediu foi lindo. E aí Jason vem e estraga tudo. Claro, é complicado você deixar a pessoa ser representada por quem mandou ela falar que era culpada, mas não avisar e simplesmente jogar isso na cara dela na corte. Foi bem ridículo. 

No mais o caso foi... decepcionante. Estava bem claro que o ADA estava fazendo aquilo por outro motivo que não fosse buscar justiça, assim como todo mundo sabia desde o começo que o homem era inocente. Podiam ter trabalhado um pouco melhor a situação? Definitivamente. Vou simplesmente colocar o episódio na categoria dos fillers, porque não adicionou muito na história. A não ser no campo de Danny. 


Eu jamais imaginava que Gabriel estava pagando tudo com dinheiro por medo de ser rastreado. Achei até interessante trazerem uma história sobre refugiados e com toda certeza imagino que isso vai acabar se transformando em um caso futuro para a TAC, mas eu espero que os roteiristas tratem dessa história de forma decente. Não simplesmente jogando uma dessas e deixando para lá. 

Pode ser que com isso a atitude da Danny mude um pouco. Querendo ou não, ela sempre trata JB como se ele fosse a pior pessoa do universo, tomando péssimas decisões à torto e à direita. Com coisa que ela é a pessoa mais certa daquela série, tomadora das melhores decisões. Nem a Rainha Marissa é assim. 

P.S.: Chunk merece muito mais do que a série está dando para ele. 

"Y'all have been sitting here for almost a week now, and here's what we know: The only piece of evidence they have against my client is his guilty plea. So what informed that guilty plea? Was it a thorough investigation of the facts? Was that plea arrived at after hours of thought and deliberation? Was my client even allowed to get a second opinion? None of the above, ladies and gentlemen. That is because this plea is not about justice. It's not about the truth. It's about allowing everybody to go home the day after Thanksgiving, so that they could enjoy what little they had left of what should've been a four-day weekend. That's it. So my client did what he was told because he wanted to get out of there, too. But keep in mind, my client didn't actually do anything wrong. He defended himself. He defended his wife, and that's not against the law. He pushed a man that was coming at him. A man that had already punched him in the head. A man that was bigger than him. A man that was clearly under the influence of alcohol. I'm sorry. I was just listening for a second. I wanted to see if I could hear it. The thing that my client did that was against the law. Nope. Not yet. But wait, wait, wait. A week later, the man that my client was defending himself against died. And now, suddenly, I guess because they had his guilty plea, the prosecutor decides, let's call it manslaughter and let's charge Chris Coleman with it. Are they saying that the victim was shoved to death? No. He died of a brain injury. What do they know? Are they certain that the brain injury was a result of the fall he took that night? I haven't seen any evidence of that, but let's give them the benefit of a doubt. My client didn't trip him. My client didn't push him to the ground. So why did he fall? Was it perhaps because he drank too much? Was it perhaps because the sidewalk was uneven? Did he have a trick ankle? Of course, none of these things have anything to do with my client. So why is my client here? Well, because he decided to plead guilty to make it easy for everyone, including himself, to get home? Because an ambitious prosecutor thinks that convicting somebody, anybody, will be good for his career? Because the world needs to be saved from dads trying to find good deals on Christmas gifts for their kids? Well, the point is, any one of us could've been standing in that line that night. Any one of us here. Now staring at 20 years in prison. Still nothing. I don't hear a thing. I guess it's because I have no idea what this man is actually guilty of. Thank you." - Benjamin Colón
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