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Beat the Devil 

Dr. Lightman is convinced that one of his former protégé's students is a sociopath connected to a woman's disappearance, but everyone else is skeptical. Meanwhile, Torres and Loker help a high school teacher who thinks he saw an UFO.

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Emily Lightman (credit only)
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Martin Walker
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Helen Dezekis
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Dr. Lightman is convinced that one of his former protégé's students is a sociopath connected to a woman's disappearance, but everyone else is skeptical. Meanwhile, Torres and Loker help a high school teacher who thinks he saw an UFO.

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Martin's house is the exact same house featured in Adam Sandler's "Mr. Deeds" as Babe Bennett fake home. See more »

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Dr. Cal Lightman: You owe me 200 bucks, you bastard!
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Brand New Day
Written by: Ryan Star and Max Collins
Performed by: Ryan Star
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What a DEVIL!
5 November 2010 | by (Taiwan) – See all my reviews

WOW! What a DEVIL! Jason Dohring really did a great job! This sociopath really scared me to death.

His face told almost nothing. Well, I'm not Dr. Lightman after all. Jason Dohring made his character, either he felt pleased but not show it or he was provoked, these differences of emotions are almost invisible.

Jason Dohring is brilliant in this episode. His performance let me think of Edward Norton, his early years of performance in "Primal Fear."

When Edward Norton played the seemingly guiltless young altar boy, his performance did make me fell trembling with fear. Especially at the end, when he confessed to the lawyer after the whole trial, the smile/or seemingly smile showed everything.

To both of these two actors who challenge the acting of psychosis, BRAVO!


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