Eli is heading for work but stops at the newsstand outside his apartment. The owner complains that although Eli tells him everything about his life, Eli knows nothing about him. However, Eli spaces off into a vision where he's at a street rally at night where hundreds of people are cheering a distinguished black man, David Mosely, who Eli doesn't recognize. The crowd is chanting "Live Brave!" which is Mosely's slogan...Read the full recap
Chen: Usually the rock stars in your dreams are older, whiter, and more British.
Eli: Shouldn't you be busy trying to hit on someone's fiancée?
Matt: Oh I'm busy with yours, actually.
Eli: Apes, one's her client and the other is her co-counsel.
Taylor: I can't believe that you are jealous of Matt Dowd.
Eli: I'm not jealous.
Taylor: Fine, we'll see if you are. If you need me, I'll be in Matt's office working shoulder-to-shoulder with him late into the night.
Keith: You live a very interesting life.
Eli: Don’t I, though.
Eli: All right, then we'll help everyone. Class action on behalf of the entire prison population. We'll sue for denial of parole hearings, violation of civil rights, prisoner abuse, all of it.
Keith Bennett: Something funny about that?
David Mosley: Just like the way you boys roll.
Eli: You have to admit, the whole engagement thing kind of came out of nowhere.
Maggie: No it didn't, it came out of Ohio.
Cathy Borilla: So basically chimps are human, just shorter, stupider, and with more hair. You just described my ex-husband.
Matt: (to Taylor) You know you act like you don't like chimps. But deep down, you kind of like us.
Maggie: We don't know what's going to happen, Eli. That's why they call it the future.
David Mosley: And I wouldn't be standing here right now if it weren't for the people whose lives touched mine years ago. People like my very good friend, Eli Stone. A man whose words and deeds remind us that there is no faith without hope, no justice without compassion, no humanity without fairness. A man who reminds us, every one of us, the least of us is still divine. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the man we've all come here to see tonight, Eli Stone.