Eli Stone (2008–2009)
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The Humanitarian 

Eli chooses to ignore his visions of fire as he pursues a new client, a leak is handing Posner & Klein the firms clients, and Patti asks Keith for help with her daughter.

Director:

David Petrarca

Writers:

Greg Berlanti (created by), Marc Guggenheim (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jonny Lee Miller ... Eli Stone
Natasha Henstridge ... Taylor Wethersby
Loretta Devine ... Patti Dellacroix
Matt Letscher ... Nathan Stone (credit only)
Sam Jaeger ... Matt Dowd
James Saito ... Dr. Frank Chen
Julie Gonzalo ... Maggie Dekker
Jason George ... Keith Bennett
Victor Garber ... Jordan Wethersby
Steven Culp ... Jim Cooper
Marshall Allman ... JJ Cooper
Deirdre Lovejoy ... A.D.A. Samantha Jarrells
Tonye Patano ... Judge Flora Simms
Katie A. Keane ... Jane Halston (as Katie Amanda Keane)
John Rubinstein ... Damon Smalls
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Storyline

Eli convinces Jim Cooper, a billionaire philanthropist, to give them the lead of a clinical trial testing the efficacy of medicinal marijuana as a cure for MS in children, namely Cooper's son. But Eli learns Cooper's son doesn't want to be a part of the trial, placing Eli in a moral dilemma. Meanwhile, Keith represents Patti's daughter after she's arrested for DUI, and Matt and Maggie work to expose a mole within Jordan and Eli's new firm who is helping Posner/Klein lure clients away. Written by ABC Medianet

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Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 November 2008 (USA) See more »

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Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Goofs

The A.D.A says Angela's blood alcohol level (BAL) was .085%, and you needed serious tolerance to drive at that level. Actually, the legal limit is .08% making .085% just barely illegal. Until about 2004, most states set the limit at .10%. It was reduced to .08% due to the federal government forcing states into acceptance under threat of withholding federally-collected tax dollars that are redistributed to the states (a common practice to make an end-run around the 10th Amendment). Most states have increased penalties for very high blood alcohol levels, above .15%, which was the original BAL limit first established in 1938. In some studies about 2/3 of drivers in fatal car crashes exceeded .15%. See more »

Soundtracks

You Don't Mess Around With Jim
(uncredited)
Written by Jim Croce
Sung by Victor Garber
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