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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Jordan Wethersby: Eli Stone reminds us of the best parts of ourselves. He applies his considerable talents to underdogs and individuals, instead of conglomerates and CEO's. I believe that every firm, everyone needs an Eli Stone.
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You Have Been Loved
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New / Creative and entertaining
17 April 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I watched the pilot and I and my family have been hooked ever since. We record this show and all five of us in the family watch it (ages 12-47). When I went to search IMDb for a few of the actors in the show, I was surprised to see it classified as a comedy/musical. The show is different and funny and does have enough music in it (George Michael has been in about three or four episodes) that I guess it could be considered a "musical". It also has interesting story lines. The show does have a few quirky relationship stories, but they are light and enjoyable. The main character (Jonny Lee Miller) is new to me, but is great and Victor Garber (Alias) is very good as the leader of the firm that Eli works for. I say, give it a try, I'm sure you won't be disappointed. 8-)


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