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“Bull” borrows from the college bribery scandal and offers strategic tips for jury selection in the process. (Photo: David M Russell/CBS)

Remember the college admissions scandal with the Hollywood elite? The writers of “Bull” used it as fodder for this week’s episode, “Quid Pro Quo,” only the alleged bribe occurred 10 years ago.

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