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Thackery ignores Zinberg's advice at Mt. Sinai and undertakes a risky, alternative course of action; Cornelia confronts Henry about the family business; Barrow's actions at the hospital construction site are called into question; Gallinger ponders a job opportunity; and Cleary steadfastly refuses to give up on Harriet.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Knick from 861 votes.
The stabbing of a cop by a black man stirs up racial tension on the street and in the Knick, forcing Thackery and Edwards to take action. Everett returns to work and a changed OR. Barrow fears for Junia’s safety. Cornelia is impressed with Edwards’ ingenuity. Lucy is escorted home.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Knick from 930 votes.
Refusing to collaborate with Dr. Zinberg on blood-transfusion research, an increasingly paranoid Thackery pushes himself to the limit, and beyond, in an effort to “solve the riddle” and beat his rival. Cornelia and Edwards arrive at a crossroads. Barrow trades one creditor for another. Lucy requests Bertie’s help. With the Knick in the midst of yet another crisis, Robertson calls for a vote.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Knick from 865 votes.
After testing out a new procedure, Thackery and Bertie vow to reverse a series of failures in the operating theatre. Euphoric after helping Speight, Cornelia finds herself less than enthusiastic about her status as the future Mrs. Phillip Showalter. Thackery entertains a salesman’s pitch. Everett considers how to help Eleanor with her grief; Barrow haggles over used merchandise. Edwards finds his clinic and his career in jeopardy after a surprise encounter.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Knick from 919 votes.
Thackery and Capt. Robertson's connection and how the doctor arrived at the Knick, are revealed; the problems between Edwards and Gallinger come to a head after a medical-board hearing about Gallinger's vasectomies. Later, Cleary and Harriet engage in a joint business venture; Lucy shares memories with her father; Barrow realizes the rising costs of living well; and Cornelia and Henry face a family crisis.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Knick from 801 votes.
In New York City hospital, accomplished Dr. John W. Thackery is named chief surgeon and is pressured by a major benefactor to hire a black doctor as his top assistant.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Knick from 1467 votes.
Barrow looks to pay down a debt by treating one of Collier’s wounded men at the Knick, and tries to convince Captain Robertson to invest in a new Edison invention. Still marginalized by Thackery, Edwards attempts to improve on a hernia surgery. Everett and Eleanor fear for their baby’s health. Cleary and Sister Harriet visit Chinatown.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Knick from 943 votes.
Thackery attempts a new cure in the inebriation ward; Brockhurst demands his "girls" be returned; Gallinger and his wife's relationship and Bertie's relationship with Genevieve go off in surprising directions. Later, Cornelia shows evidence of the company's wrongdoing to Henry; Barrow's marriage troubles come to a head; and Thackery performs plastic surgery on Abby.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Knick from 792 votes.
A subway explosion leads to an influx of patients at The Knick, but little margin for profit. Pursued by Henry, Lucy takes to heart advice from one of Ping Wu’s girls. An addict’s misfortune gives Thackery an ideal test case for his latest theory on addiction. Bertie submits his adrenalin research to Zinberg. Cornelia gets a new clue in Speight’s death. Barrow repays a debt but gets no credit. Genevieve charms the Chickerings. Harriet finds herself a boarding-house pariah.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Knick from 818 votes.
Faced with a quandary, Bertie decides to take matters into his own hands at Mt. Sinai, enlisting Algernon to help. Thackery investigates the efficacy of hypnosis, and takes an interest in a pair of conjoined twins. Lucy lobbies Henry for a gala invitation. Cornelia visits the brother of a deceased immigrant with ties to Speight. Gallinger dines with an unwelcome guest. Barrow previews a new home for Junia. Harriet agrees to make a change.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Knick from 820 votes.
Fighting his nerves, Thackery readies himself to attempt to separate Zoya and Nika in front of a packed audience. After getting a surprise gift from her father-in-law, Cornelia attends a gala charity ball for the new Knick with other familiar guests. Barrow gets rid of a threat. Opal spoils the Robertsons’ good mood. Algernon gets a long-overdue spotlight in the surgical theater, but complications ensue.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Knick from 794 votes.
Edwards forces Thackery’s hand during surgery, angering Eleanor. In recovery, Abigail regrets her past choices involving Thackery. Cleary and Sister Harriet strike one deal, then another. Bertie’s father, Dr. Bertram Chickering, Sr., scolds him for his career choices. Lucy learns of Thackery’s secret life.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Knick from 957 votes.
The hospital readies for its move uptown, while Dr. Edwards makes a play to be named permanent chief of surgery and Dr. Gallinger heads over to Cromartie Hospital in hopes of getting Dr. Thackery to come back to work. Bertie rebuffs Lucy's attempt to make amends. Ping Wu demands his prostitutes be given regular medical checkups. Speight tracks a new plague. Cornelia ministers to a quarantined San Francisco neighborhood.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Knick from 990 votes.
Already on edge due to a city-wide run on cocaine, Thackery worries that Dr. Levi Zinberg, a Jewish surgeon and inventor, will steal his spotlight at the next New York Surgical Society presentation. Bertie continues his courtship of Lucy while staving off his father’s persistent demands that he leave the Knick. Cornelia, Speight and Bertie go to court in an attempt to keep 'Typhoid Mary' Mallon quarantined. Gallinger tries to get Eleanor to move past her grief.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Knick from 817 votes.
A late-night crime sheds unfavorable light on the Knick, forcing Robertson to come up with hush money. Lucy goes to extremes to get drugs for an increasingly desperate Thackery, whose plea for an advance from a seller of patent medicines falls on deaf ears. Gallinger despairs as Eleanor’s behavior becomes more erratic. Cornelia and Edwards proffer different solutions to a shared dilemma.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Knick from 844 votes.
Thackery weighs performing surgery on a former flame, and orders Gallinger and Chickering to experiment on pigs. Barrow goes to extremes in order to pay off a debt and recover a missing tooth. After a bad day at work, Edwards takes out his frustrations at a local bar. Robertson is relieved when her pleas about treating a patient with typhoid fever are finally heard.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Knick from 1035 votes.
Dr. Thackery makes a move to return to The Knick, which the board frowns upon. Cornelia gets Cleary to do a dirty job, but it comes with a cost. Robertson makes a push for a new subway initiative. Barrow drives up construction costs. Lucy receives a surprise visitor from home.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Knick from 873 votes.
Already fuming over the hospital's faulty new electrical system, Thackery tasks Herman Barrow, the Knick's crooked superintendent, to deliver more cadavers so that he and his team can test out novel surgical procedures. With more patients dying, Edwards offers to share a procedure he learned in France, but is rebuffed by Thackery and Gallinger. Robertson addresses a typhoid-fever outbreak. Elkins is taken into Thackery's confidence. Sister Harriet breaks a taboo. Edwards finds an alternative way to perform his duties.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Knick from 1146 votes.
Abby’s worsening condition persuades Thackery to test out his novel syphilis treatment. Edwards comes clean to Opal, but does not get the response he expects. Cleary makes a last-ditch effort to raise funds for Harriet as her date in court arrives. Bertie undergoes physical training. Barrow loses a sponsor. Gallinger’s prejudices are reinforced. Cornelia probes a suspicious death. Lucy laments her lot in life.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Knick from 846 votes.
Thackery enlists Edwards to help him test a new hypothesis. After rejecting Robertson’s advances at The Knick, Lucy learns that confession isn’t always good for the soul. Young journalist Genevieve Everidge works on a story about one of Thackery’s rivals. Cornelia is dismayed by the limits of her husband’s sympathies. Barrow faces a new adversary at Tammany Hall. Gallinger is intrigued by a discussion of eugenics at a class reunion. Edwards deals with a surprise visitor.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Knick from 873 votes.
Last updated: apr 13, 2021
This is by far on my top favorite tv show list! It is the only reason I would ever pay for Cinemax. Being in the medical field, I love anything to do with it and though their history is a little off, it's still amazing to watch and see how things were done 100 years ago. A definite must watch!
Love this show! Really makes me appreciate advancements in technology and in medicine even more. It's good TV.
I cannot believe they canceled this show after two seasons! WTF! This is a great, well-thought out, dark drama. -_- wow, I'm just amazed at how LAME networks can be.
One of the rare gems of true beauty. All parts - acting, directing, pictures, music, story writing, montage - works perfectly to create a incredible show. Intense and intelligent, better to enjoy in small portions through longer period of time as binge watching this one will leave you brain dead ;-)
It's pretty good, though at times it's hard to stay awake while watching it.
Was disappointed when Soderburgh decided to put away his directors chair. Fearing he'd be relegated to the great movie directors of the past but judging by his outstanding work on this show he has an even greater chance of becoming the best tv director of the future. This show oozes atmosphere and corruption whilst giving "Hannibal" a run in the squeamish stakes.
One of the best shows that I watched in these last years. Discovering how life and medicine were back in the 1900s was amazing and the high quality of the settings and the acting makes the show remarkable. Special mention to Clive Owen and Steven Soderbergh! Probably this show wouldn't have been the same without them! Reading that the show was CANCELLED after season 2 is so heartbreaking!
The last few years has been great for historicals and The Knick is no exception. One of my favorites of the year with a very interesting plot. The history itself isn't very accurate but the medical procedures, for the most part, are and it's interesting to see the characters develop in the way they are.
Incredible show. Very interesting characters with fleshed out storylines. Fantastic actors, I honestly can't remember one actor that didn't do a good job. And as a medic, I absolutely loved the attention to details. Sadly, by the last few episodes you can notice a few rushed decisions and storylines that don't make sense. You can tell they were trying to end it. It's too bad it wasn't more popular, but I can tell you the quality of the show was not to blame.
This is gorgeous, if you haven't watched it then you should absolutely do it!
While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
I remember watching a lot of “Pokémon”, “Digimon”, “Dragon Ball Z” etc. when I was growing up. Little did I know back then, I wasn’t watching cartoons but animes. Even now that I’m all grown up, I still enjoy watching them. There are many more genres to choose from and it’s always so full of action. The music in it is so great, you’ll definitely find yourself listening to songs long after you’ve finished watching.
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