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What is everyone's thoughts (if any) about the new show "Eli Stone"?

I enjoy it and I think it is one of the best news shows this year. I also think the premise is very well conceived and the writing has been great also.

Has anyone else caught an episode?

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I think I've seen 817 ads for it while watching Lost, so it really turned me off on the show with all the hitting me over the head with it.




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I tried watching the first episode, & haven't since. I liked the acupuncturist, I didn't mind a little hallucinatory song occasionally. Going to Tibet in a business suit was dumb but was a sweet payoff. I think my problem was that there was too much that was massively heavy-handed -- IIRC the main plot was hammer-to-the-head subtle. Didn't work for me.
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I'm very much digging this show. Despite the sometimes-outlandish premise, this really reminds me of classic LA Law, with the morning meetings starting things off, the pennypinching managing partner, and the mix of courtroom drama and personal travails. I'm not sure where they will end up going, since they've made it do Eli can't go on the way he is without losing his job, but I'm very interested to find out.
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    Originally posted by pieman
    I think I've seen 817 ads for it while watching Lost, so it really turned me off on the show with all the hitting me over the head with it.

Don't you mean 815 ads?



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I said last week that this show reminds me of LA Law, and specifically mentioned the pennypinching managing partner. So this week they actually have a guest appearance by Douglas Brackman himself (yes, the character as well as the actor)! I guess I was on the right track. B^)

Very good episode this week.
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