Eli Stone (2008–2009)
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Waiting for That Day 

Eli sues the City of San Francisco when he has another earthquake vision, giving Marci just the opening she needs to call for a partner vote over Jordan's leadership of the firm.

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Eli sues the City of San Francisco when he has another earthquake vision, giving Marci just the opening she needs to call for a partner vote over Jordan's leadership of the firm.

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John Billingsley's character, Daniel Foote, shares the same last name as Egon Foote, his character in The Nine (2006). See more »

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Eli Stone: I need this to be ironclad. I need to draft it without sympathy or sentiment.
Matt Dowd: I am fairly unsympathetic.
Eli Stone: This is what I'm counting on. We're gonna put your utter lack of humanity to good use.
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You Have Been Loved
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First time watching this series.
14 April 2008 | by (moreland, ga) – See all my reviews

This episode was the first time I've watch this series, and I only did so because of John Billingsley having a guest spot. I have been following the craft of John Billingsley since his days of playing Dr. Phlox on Star Trek: Enterprise. I liked this episode but I don't believe I'll be a follower of the series. One thing I'd like to point out that I think is a major goof but I see was necessary for the plot was that the characters of Eli Stone and Marci Klein, being from the same law firm, would not have been opposites of each other in a court room, hearing or otherwise because this would have been a conflict of interest. Other then that it was a pleasant way to spend an hour on a Sunday night.


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