Eli Stone

Saturday, July 26
10pm

Eli’s visions flash back to the day his father (guest star Tom Cavanagh, Scrubs) died, the same week his brother, Nathan, is sued for giving a heart transplant to another patient. But when Nate withholds information that could be detrimental to his case, the flashbacks help Eli to understand the emotional secret his brother has been hiding for years… and give Eli the chance he missed to say goodbye to his father and make amends. Meanwhile, Maggie has an unexpected surprise for Eli, Taylor handles an unusual divorce case in which the husband and wife cheated on each other, with each other, and Eli learns that Matt slept with Taylor.

Saturday, July 19
10pm

When a teenaged girl is expelled for playing George Michael’s “I Want Your Sex” during an abstinence education assembly at school, the pop superstar (playing himself) retains Eli’s legal counsel on the girl’s behalf.

Saturday, July 12
10pm

Eli is literally shaken by his latest vision: The “Big One” hitting San Francisco. Eli realizes that the epicentre of the quake is the same neighbourhood his current client is trying to evict, and discovers the only way to save lives is to kick people out of their homes.

Saturday, June 28
10pm

The premiere episode finds Eli Stone (Jonny Lee Miller), a successful and cutthroat lawyer, struggling to cope with the strange visions he keeps seeing. While his acupuncturist, Dr. Chen (James Saito, I Think I Love My Wife), believes Eli’s visions are prophetic, Eli is skeptical until he recalls the words of his late father (Tom Cavanagh): “You’re meant to do great things… speak inspired words… you’re going to help people.” Eli redefines his outlook on life and his role as a lawyer, beginning with a case in which he represents an old acquaintance against one of his firm’s most important clients. Despite opposition from his imposing boss and future father-in-law (Victor Garber, Alias) and his fiancée (Natasha Henstridge, Would Be Kings), Eli chooses to stay the course.

Thursday, April 17
8pm

Eli’s fate rests in the hands of his brother, Nathan. George Michael reprises his guest-star role.

10pm Thursday, April 3

Eli’s visions send him back in time to the day his father (guest star Canadian Tom Cavanagh, Love Monkey) died, the same week his brother, Nathan, is sued for giving a heart transplant to another patient. But when Nate withholds information that could be detrimental to his case, the flashbacks help Eli to understand the emotional secret his brother has been hiding for years. This new knowledge gives Eli the chance he missed when he was young; the opportunity to say goodbye to his father and make amends.

7pm Thursday, April 10

A vision of the future prompts Eli to take the case of a prisoner who’s been denied parole. Unfortunately, the timing couldn’t be worse because law firm partner Marci Klein (guest star Katey Sagal, Boston Legal) is in town to investigate why the firm’s Fortune 500 clients are leaving in droves. Her arrival could mean the end of Jordan’s reign as senior partner.

7pm Sunday, April 13

Eli has a vision of himself sitting in the back of a taxicab travelling on the Golden Gate Bridge when an earthquake suddenly hits. With a scientists help, Eli sues the city of San Francisco to force them to shut down the Golden Gate Bridge before it’s too late. But he’s opposed in court by senior partner Marci Klein (guest star Katey Sagal) and her co-counsel who turns out to be Maggie.

Thursday, March 27
10 p.m

When a teenaged girl is expelled for playing George Michael’s “I Want Your Sex” during an abstinence education assembly at school, the pop superstar (playing himself) retains Eli’s legal counsel on the girl’s behalf.

Eli adjusts to his new position at the law firm without an office, a secretary or the ability to try cases himself – all in the same week that he’s being chased by a fire-breathing dragon. The dragon’s fly-bys prompt him to take the case of a 15-year old boy whose mother was killed by the medical malpractice of a Dr. Agon. Unfortunately, Agon used to work at the same hospital where Eli’s brother, Nathan, is employed – the hospital that Eli must sue. Making matters even worse is the fact that Jordan assigns Maggie as lead counsel and Eli has to follow her instructions. The roll-reversal, ironically, brings them closer together – a fact not lost on Taylor, who tries to reconcile with Eli through a surprisingly live performance by none other than… special guest star George Michael.

Thursday, March 13 at 10 p.m. on CTV