Eli Stone (2008–2009)
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Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go 

Eli takes on the case of a man who has waked from a coma and is suing to regain his life, but he then cannot figure out what's wrong when the visions don't stop.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jane Halston (as Katie Amanda Keane)


Eli (now rethinking his decision to end his engagement to Taylor) sees visions of a man in a hospital gown. Turns out the man is a patient of Eli's brother, and had been in a coma for five years. While "asleep" the man's wife had their marriage annulled and fell in love with his business partner, who took control of the company. Eli is hired to get the man's company back for him. Meanwhile another case involving Eli's firm is one of defending a black partner against a racial bias charge because he refused to hire a sharp, street-wise black lawyer. Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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coma | discrimination | annulment | See All (3) »


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21 February 2008 (USA)  »

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More than meets the eye in this episode
22 June 2012 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

Wake me up before you go-go has a review already, so I am merely adding an observation. Spoilers if you haven't seen the episode already. So Eli thinks he got the message wrong, and Nate was supposed to help Coma Guy, not him. I beg to differ. Coma Guy needed to let go of his wife and wish her well, independently of her behavior towards him. Eli's advice of moving on with his life, not his help with the lawsuit is what the man needed. As soon as he let her go, his mission in this word was finished. That's why he came back from the coma, for one last learning experience: forgiveness. Oh and it may just be me, but I found Coma Guy king of creepy.

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