Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 6, Episode 18

Pure (8 Mar. 2005)

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After an 18-year-old girl is kidnapped, psychic Sebastian Ballentine comes forward claiming to have information on the killings. Stabler refuses to believe that Ballentine is a real psychic... See full summary »

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After an 18-year-old girl is kidnapped, psychic Sebastian Ballentine comes forward claiming to have information on the killings. Stabler refuses to believe that Ballentine is a real psychic, and is convinced that the hints he is dropping about the case indicate he is somehow involved. Written by Anonymous

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The disguised voice of the killer is done by Jackie Earle Haley. It is practically identical to the voice he uses for Freddy Kruger in _A Nightmare on Elmstreet (2010)_. See more »

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Det. Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: They being cooperative?
Capt. Donald Cragen: No, it's not looking good. Sebastian's too sharp to slip and Carlene is almost too dim to exist.
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What a powerful story!
10 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you're expecting Martin Short to give you laughs, you will be in for a big surprise. In this episode, Mr. Short plays a dramatic role and does a great job. He is sinister and nasty, and manages to carry the story. It's a wonderful thing to watch an actor do a different kind of role and do it well. The story itself is compelling and worthy of an actor of Mr. Short's caliber. When an hour-long episode seems to fly right by, it's a sure sign that it's a good one. The episode deals with a sensitive subjects and is intense. The other cast members are also excellent, especially Christopher Meloni whose role as Detective Stabler is classic. The story picks up steam as the detective and the suspected killer, Short, engage in mind games in an attempt to assert control. What a powerful story!


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