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I'm not much of a TV watcher, I prefer to read most of the time, but I never miss an episode of Eli Stone. I look forward to watching it every week. I enjoy the depth of the characters and the issues, and find the show interesting and unpredictable. The Eli Stone character is unique, passionate about his causes, and fights for what he believes in. I also love the Maggie character, she's so cute and sweet with a compassionate and giving heart. I wonder if they will have a romance on the show? I also enjoy the other lawyers on the show, and it would not be the same without Patty the assistant, she's great.
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS SHOW!
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