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Eli Stone: Grace

A non-profit attorney has a mysterious fate that leads her to Eli... and the two become romantically involved. Meanwhile, Eli and Julie take on the case of a father who wishes to prevent his dead son from being buried with military honors.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x2
Airdate: Tuesday October 21st, 2008

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Net 5) Dec 21, 2009

Special Guest Stars
Katie HolmesKatie Holmes
As Grace Fuller

Guest Stars
Gina TorresGina Torres
As Emily's Lawyer
Brenda WehleBrenda Wehle
As Judge
Tom AmandesTom Amandes
As Martin Posner
Katey SagalKatey Sagal
As Marci Klein
Ken HowardKen Howard
As Thomas Hayes
Roxanne HartRoxanne Hart
As Emily Hayes

Co-Guest Stars
Jarrett SleeperJarrett Sleeper
As Daniel Hayes
Ewan ChungEwan Chung
As Logan
Marcus BrownMarcus Brown
As Angry Fan
Main Cast
Jonny Lee MillerJonny Lee Miller
As Eli Stone
Natasha HenstridgeNatasha Henstridge
As Taylor Wethersby
Loretta DevineLoretta Devine
As Patti Dellacoix
Matt LetscherMatt Letscher
As Nathan Stone
James SaitoJames Saito
As Dr. Frank Chen
Julie GonzaloJulie Gonzalo
As Maggie Dekker
Victor GarberVictor Garber
As Jordan Wethersby


Eli and Nate are jogging and Nate wants to take Eli to Marvel Stadium for its last game, the way that their father took them as children. Nate figures that something is going on with the fact that he hasn’t had any visions and Eli’s aneurysm is back. As they jog through a tunnel, Eli assures his brother he hasn’t had any visions… and then sees a woman emerge, singing jazz by Duke Ellington. Eli finds himself in a nightclub as the woman sings to him...

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ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Duke EllingtonHit Me With a Hot Noteopening musical number
Jackie GreeneI Don't Live in a Dreamas Eli comes to Grace's office
Lester YoungThat's Allas Eli tells Grace about his vision
Ray LaMontagneLet It Be Meas Grace says goodbye to Eli

Episode Quotes
Eli: Three thousand? What, dollars?
Nathan: American dollars.
Eli: You talking to me? 'Cause I can have you smited. I know people.

Eli: This wasn't like a regular vision, Frank. This was like someone spiked the vision punch.

Patti: Are we suing Duke Ellington, Eli?
Eli: Probably not. He's dead.

Patti: I'm sorry, Eli, but you cannot tell the people you work with that your life-threatening medical condition is back on an interoffice memo.
Eli: You're right. An e-mail would be faster.

Eli: Maggie, my co-workers already think I'm marble-deprived. I don't think that representing a dog on my first case back is going to change that perception.

Eli: I'm so glad we came. It's totally worth 2 grand a ticket to be surrounded by a bunch of drunks with sausage breath. Can't get that at home. Even in HD.
Nathan: It's the last game in Marvel Stadium. Where's your sense of history?
Eli: I left it at the gate with that guy with the wand who frisked my privates.

Grace Fuller: This is mustard. This should come right out. What's this? Cough syrup. Who threw cough syrup on you?
Eli: I didn't see. I was blinded by slushee in the eyes.

Jordan: Speaking of last week, have you given our discussion any further thought.
Eli: I did, and I had a brainstorm. For every hour of pro bono work, our associate get 30 minutes credit to their billables quota.
Jordan: Hmm, as brainstorms go, that's a little more like a drizzle.

Eli: Well, see, I figured you never actually got to eat your hot dog, and for some people it's the best part of the game, so...
Grace Fuller: You brought me a dozen, like...
Eli: Like roses. Exactly. Only smellier.

Maggie: Come on!
Patti: Get her to court before her head explodes.

Matt: Stone, your aneurysm... was it contagious?
Eli: Excuse me?
Matt: Jordan, your ex-future father-in-law, you know, recently returned from his near-death experience. He wants to take the firm pro bono, which is Latin for "buy cheaper suits."

Eli: Attention, everyone! Attention! I just want to let you know that the aneurysm's back, big bad, funnier than ever! I will do my best not to drop dead in your office! Thank you!

Other Episode Crew

CreatorGreg Berlanti  |  Marc Guggenheim
Executive ProducerGreg Berlanti  |  Marc Guggenheim  |  David Petrarca
Co-Executive ProducerAlex Taub
Supervising ProducerLeila Gerstein
ProducerMichael Cedar  |  Jennifer Lence
Co-ProducerDahvi Waller  |  Carl Ogawa  |  Melissa Berman  |  Brett Mahoney
Associate ProducerBrian Wankum
Production DesignerThomas Fichter
EditorKristin Windell
CastingJeff Greenberg
Unit Production ManagerJeanne Caliendo
First Assistant DirectorJohn Pontrelli
Second Assistant DirectorCaroline Stephenson
MusicBlake Neely
Music EditorMoira Marquis
Music SupervisorJoe Guthrie
Costume DesignerVictoria J. Auth  |  Jeanne Yang
HairstylistEnzo Angeleri
Make-upMatthew Van Leeuwen
Key GripJeff Case
Camera OperatorSteven H. Smith  |  Bill Layton  |  Lawrence Karman
Set DecoratorMichele Poulik
Location ManagerTony Salome
Transportation CoordinatorJ. Smith
Property MasterCourtney Jackson (2)
Production Sound MixerNicholas R. Allen
Script SupervisorBarry L. Caldwell
Production CoordinatorMichael C. Watkins
Assistant EditorAnthony Scott (2)
Post Production SupervisorSarah Rath
Supervising Sound EditorJeremy J. Gordon
Re-Recording MixerMark D. Fleming  |  Tom Dahl
Director of PhotographyMichael D. O'Shea
Story EditorSteve Lichtman  |  Wendy Mericle
Stunt CoordinatorDanny Weselis
Art DirectorAnthony D. Parrillo
ChoreographerTyce Diorio
ConsultantBill Genego
Costume SupervisorPatricia McLaughlin
Visual Effects SupervisorCurt Miller
Production AccountantJanet Latham
Chief Lighting TechnicianJack S. Schlosser
Department Head HairDeborah Holmes Dobson
Visual Effects ProducerBarbara Genicoff
Department Head Make-upElena Arroy
Original CastingCarol Kritzer  |  Eric Dawson  |  Robert J. Ulrich  |  Liz Dean
Music ArrangerDavid Campbell (4)
Special Effects CoordinatorMichael Gaspar
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