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Eli Stone: Love It or Leave It?


ABC's quirky legal dramedy, Eli Stone, premiered last night. Did it win you over with its charm and heart? Or was it too cheesy and contrived for your tastes? Sound off in the comments below.

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beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
the commercials for it are particularly annoying!
kgtkgt kgtkgt 8 years
Cute show. Will watch again it good to see something new. JLM is still cute.
raieven raieven 8 years
I know! Why can't he use his real accent.
menthadict menthadict 8 years
I thought it was adorable.
Allytta Allytta 8 years
definitely hooked. but only because there's nothing else going on except for new lost episode :) it's way too much of Ali McBeal and the name is kinda similar.
thesounds04 thesounds04 8 years
I loved it. I tried to watch Lost after a two hour long bio lab and it was just too much for me. This show was just so calming for some reason. I don't know how to explain it.
piper23 piper23 8 years
Loved it! espicially liked the secretary! or is it admin assistant... Anyway, I love her - she rocks!
ktownpolarbear ktownpolarbear 8 years
i'm hooked. although i'm not surprised considering how much i loved greg berlanti's latest projects, ie. everwood and brothers and sisters. the show was AWESOME.
shafiii shafiii 8 years
i didn't watch at al the previews looked ridculously annoying and i hated that they played it so much during Lost
tiabia tiabia 8 years
But they gave that very informative and lengthy disclaimer at the end of the show that this was a complete fabrication and no parts of the episode were based on real events, people, or medicine. And they also gave information on where people can go for information on autism. Seriously, the man saw a train in the middle of his office building...how close to reality are you trying to get?
AmyLyn AmyLyn 8 years
I had an issue with the episode for it's content, In the first episode he's shown winning a case that suggests that the mercury - based preservative thimerosal - which is no longer used in vaccines - may lead to autism. Childhood vaccines save lives and do not contain mercury. the episode is fiction vaccines are safe and effective vaccines do not contain mercury-based preservatives there is no scientific link between vaccines and autism I work for an org. that urges parents to get their children vaccinated and this was just too much!
hl hl 8 years
loved it!! will b watching again nex week...
jasmint jasmint 8 years
I really wanted to love it, but I'm not totally sold yet. A lot of the time the pilot episode can be a little off and the rest of the series is better. I'll probably watch it two or three more times, then we'll see. I think it's to "quirky" for America to really embrace it, though.
LaLa0428 LaLa0428 8 years
I liked it, but I will have to see a few more, before I can say I loved it.
tiabia tiabia 8 years
PS: While the show bares some strong resemblance to Ally McBeal...that is the nature of television. "Original" television programming is very, very hard to come by. I believe the two most original shows on now are probably LOST and Pushing Daisies...everything else is pretty much a slightly altered cut-out of something else!!!
juju4 juju4 8 years
There is a special place in my heart for Victor Garber (spy daddy). I wasn't home last night, but for him I will defintely give it a shot next week. :-)
Phasekitty Phasekitty 8 years
I thought it was cute and I giggled every time George Michael came on. It was nice to watch a new show, not just new in content, but just completely new. I'll watch next week with the hopes of seeing George Michael again. The acupuncturist and the assistant were great too.
tiabia tiabia 8 years
I enjoyed it. Looking forward to giving it more views!!!
ehadams ehadams 8 years
As someone who works in the Conflicts & Ethics department of a law firm I kept wanting to throw something at my tv. It would be impossible for Eli Stone to represent the mother when he was already defending the big corporation on the same case, for various reasons that I won't go into. I would imagine the storyline was just as implausible for anyone working in the medical field. Writers- please do some research! Also it seemed like Eli Stone went way too quickly from asshole lawyer to a nice guy and "defender of the people." They should have dragged that out over a lot more episodes for better character development. I will watch another episode because there isn't much else to do on a Thursday night, but I'm not in love with it so far.
kiddylnd kiddylnd 8 years
It was cute, but a little too 'tidy'. I don't dig shows where everything gets wrapped up in a nice little package at the end. It gives me no incentive to watch again. I only watched for the LOST promo (which was just meh...ok) anyhow. I may check it out in the future, but I don't feel like I'd be missing out if I missed most of the episodes. The characters weren't too terribly developed either. You know the numbers will be skewed from last night anyhow as most people probably got suckered in due to LOST and not because the show looked so great!
susanec susanec 8 years
Jonny Lee Miller sold it and I liked the surprise Tom Cavanaugh appearance, plus Victor Garber is always so good. The unaired version was supposedly "better" but the actors are charming so I'll give it a chance (plus, Berlanti).
sfmastiffmom sfmastiffmom 8 years
I have it on the DVR........watching it sometime this weekend. :)
kristyrk kristyrk 8 years
I didn't mind it! I totally want more scenes with the assistant though. She was hilarious. I know its only a 60 minute show, but I thought he would have put up more of a fight to go with the whole "faith" thing. I also thought it was a very similar to Ally McBeal.
NYYPrincess NYYPrincess 8 years
DVR'd it .. look forward to watching over the weekend .. is it here yet?!
em1282 em1282 8 years
It was worth seeing it for Jonny Lee Miller and the George Michael cameo. Seriously. Otherwise, it's not too bad--it's definitely nice to catch an episode of a TV show that I haven't seen already--and I'm sure I'll watch the next episode. Will George Michael be back for next week, or can we expect a different singer each time? Hmmmm...
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