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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Sebastian Ballentine: I know what you're thinking.
Detective Elliot Stabler: [skeptical] Of course you do. You're psychic.
Sebastian Ballentine: You think I'm mentally ill.
Capt. Donald Cragen: He's good.
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How to deal with psychics
15 April 2010 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

I loved this episode. Psychics pop up in a lot of crime series, and it's always interesting to see how they're treated. Most of the time, they're not taken entirely serious, until finally, the body really was found "nearby water"(which is the most common place to be found anyway). So, it's like "maybe he was a psychic after all". But always, it's steady police work that saves the day, not fragmented "visions".

In this episode, however, all tricks are exposed right away, and in a very amusing manner. At the same time, the victims mother is completely fooled by the psychic. I don't want to say much about the plot, only that if this is a subject that interests you, then this episode is a must.


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