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.
Did You Know?
When Bertie and Genevieve visit the Huber's Palace Museum, they see two side-by-side (possibly conjoined) violinists playing simultaneously. The song they are playing is "Tumbalalaika," a Yiddish folk song of Russian Jewish origin. The song serves as the background music for Bertie and Genevieve's conversation about Judaism: the fact that Bertie is the only non-Jewish doctor working at Mount Sinai Hospital and the revelation that Genevieve is a Jewish daughter of Polish immigrants who changed her name from "Esther Kohn." See more
Speight Lived Here
Composed by Cliff Martinez
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