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Please help by spinning off or relocating any relevant information, and removing excessive detail that may be against Wikipedia's inclusion policy. July Learn how and when to remove this template message Elijah Clarke first appeared in Llanview in Augustwhen Nora and Bo Buchanan hired him to represent them in a lawsuit filed by their son, Matthewwho was seeking the right to undergo surgery that could restore the use of his legs.
When Matthew's attorney, Tea Delgadothreatened to reveal to the court that Bo and Nora had shared a kiss the night prior to Nora's marriage to Bo's brother, ClintEli turned the tables on her. Eli told Tea that he was aware of certain things about her that could potentially destroy her relationship with Todd Manning.
The normally unshakable Sexuality and a severely brain injured spouse was disturbed by the threat, and agreed to keep quiet. Tea became unnerved when she learned Todd had hired Elijah to win back custody of his children. Tea told Eli she knew that he was working for Ross Rayburnthe man with whom she had been marooned with on deserted island years earlier after Todd had left her for his ex-wife Blair Cramer.
She told Eli that she refused to give into Ross' blackmail demands and return to him what he believes she took from him.
It was soon revealed that Tea had married Ross in Tahitiwhere Ross was still living as a fugitive. When Todd proposed to her, Tea begged Ross to grant her a divorce. Tea was relieved when Eli presented her with signed divorce papers from Ross, not realizing that Ross never filed the papers.
After Blair brought Ross to Llanview in a failed attempt to disrupt Tea and Todd's wedding, it was revealed that Tea had gotten pregnant after the island escapade and given birth to a child.
Ross had assumed that the child was his, but it was Todd's. Ross broke into Todd's home and attempted to steal Tea's briefcase, which contained information on the whereabouts of the child, but was caught and arrested. Ross called upon Eli to help bail him out of jail, and Eli nearly stole the briefcase that was in police evidence before reconsidering.
While behind bars, Ross begged Eli to get him out of jail so he could search for "his" child, and it came to light that Ross and Eli were actually brothers. After he got Ross released from jail, Eli hired a private investigator to dig through Tea's phone records and tracked down her child to the Warwick Academy in London.
When Eli told Ross that he could not leave the country to go after "his" child, a teenaged girl by the name of DanielleRoss punched out Eli, and left.
Eli told Tea what had happened, and they both boarded a plane for London. While en route to London, Tea confessed that Todd was really Danielle's father. Ross tracked them down as well. After Tea told him that he was not Danielle's father, Ross had a breakdown and took Danielle and Blair hostage.
The situation came to an end on a bridge at the Canada—US border, where Todd shot Ross, and Ross fell into the icy water to his presumed death.
Eli decided to remain in Llanview to help Danielle cope with Ross' death. He shared a brief flirtation with Tea, but her heart belonged to Todd. Blair decided that she and Eli could console each other and threw herself at him, and the two began a friends with benefits relationship.
Eli expressed jealousy over Blair's relationship with Todd, but Blair assured him that she was over Todd permanently. The two slowly began moving toward an exclusive relationship, and Blair even opened up to him about the death of her son, Brenden, after she got into a car accident with her cousin, Kelly Cramer.
After a day in court, Tea fainted and Eli took her to the hospital, where she agreed to get checked out. Later, Eli grabbed a file Blair had been looking at and read it, discovering that Tea had been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Eli agreed not to say anything to Tea, who believed only Blair knew about her death sentence.
Blair later confessed that Eli was aware of Tea's illness and he told Tea he would do anything to help her through her ordeal. On August 18, Blair and Eli eloped to Tahiti to get married. After the ceremony, Kelly called Blair in the middle of their honeymoon.A list of notable characters from the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live, that began their run between the beginning of and the end of Kirschner, KL & Brashler, R , ' Sexuality and a severely brain-injured spouse ' Hastings Center Report, vol.
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