The Irrational Season 1 Episode 6: Point and Shoot Airs October 30 2023 on NBC

On Monday, October 30, 2023, at 10:00 PM on NBC, “The Irrational” continues with Season 1, Episode 6, titled “Point and Shoot.” In this episode, Alec, one of the main characters, agrees to be an expert witness in a wrongful death trial for a friend of Kylie’s. As he takes the stand, he faces an old nemesis, and emotions come to the forefront surrounding an accidental shooting.

This episode also centers around Marisa, who is making an important decision regarding the ongoing bombing investigation.

“The Irrational” is a series that delves into legal matters, emotions, and personal relationships. It explores the challenges and dilemmas faced by the characters as they navigate their way through complex situations.

For those interested in legal dramas and the intricate aspects of personal and professional lives, “The Irrational” provides a thought-provoking and engaging storyline. The episode “Point and Shoot” promises to offer a blend of courtroom drama and personal emotions, making it a must-watch for fans of the series.

Release Date & Time: 10:00 PM Monday 30 October 2023 on NBC

The Irrational Point and Shoot Cast – Season 1 Episode 6

Main Cast
Jesse L. Martin as Professor Alec Baker
Maahra Hill as Marisa
Arash DeMaxi as Owen
Molly Kunz as Phoebe
Travina Springer as Kylie
Brian King as Agent Jace Richards
Donald Sales as Nathaniel Wingo
Emidio Lopes as Mason Hill Jones
Garry Chalk as Bob Clovis
Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Dustin Atwood
Michael Querin as Judge Thaddeus
Theresa Wong as Leanna Nance
Karyn Mott as Hannah Styles
Dolores Drake as Pamela Shelby
Howie Lai as Officer Wiggins
Don McLeod as Sgt. Lawrence Powell
Kate Gajdosik as News Reporter
Adam Kirschner as Officer Lambert
Chris Pereira as Officer #2
Robert Egger as DA Carlos Navaro
Grace Chin as Judge Jane Yuen
Regan Ross as Bailiff
Rhys Williams as Bryan Hill-Jones

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