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Monday, March 17, 2008

Eli Stone - Spoilers

It is unknown when the following episodes will air exactly.

Episode 1.11 - Patience: Eli and Keith are building a case against a man named Warden Brown but the man's attorney is convinced they don't have a case. He is very angry when Keith sudden tells the court that one of the witnesses should be treated as hostile. He is later forced to settle because of strong evidence against his client. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 1.12 - Waiting For That Day: A man claimes that a major earthquake will destroy the Golden Gate Bridge on a specific day soon. When nothing is done, the man goes to Eli and they sue the city of San Francisco. The mayor decides to err on the side of caution and closes the bridge. Source: SpoilerFix.com

Episode 1.13 - Soul Free: A man has battled, and beaten, cancer twice but the disease has spread to his brain. He is a former workaholic, married to a rabbi, and decides that instead of fighting it a final time and suffering, he wants to enjoy his last few months with his wife and kids. His wife does not believe that he knows what he is doing and tries to get him declared incompetent. Source: SpoilerFix.com[Last episode completed before the writers' strike]


  1. There aren't many whole hearted shows anymore that are actually interesting and this is definitely one of them. The acting is amazing and the story lines will hook you every time. Now if they could just get Johnny Lee Miller in front of a computer again...lol. JK

  2. I thought this show was going to be an eye-rolling cheese fest. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised by a show with a big heart and a great cast. It is surprisingly funny and keeps me on the edge of my seat.