The Knick (2014–2015)
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There Are Rules 

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... See full summary »

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Steven Soderbergh
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Clive Owen ... Dr. John W. Thackery
André Holland ... Dr. Algernon Edwards
Jeremy Bobb ... Herman Barrow
Juliet Rylance ... Cornelia Robertson
Eve Hewson ... Lucy Elkins
Michael Angarano ... Dr. Bertie Chickering Jr.
Chris Sullivan ... Tom Cleary
Cara Seymour ... Sister Harriet
Eric Johnson ... Dr. Everett Gallinger
Maya Kazan ... Eleanor
Grainger Hines ... Captain August Robertson
Charles Aitken ... Henry Robertson
Rachel Korine ... Junia
Michael Nathanson ... Dr. Levi Zinberg
Jarlath Conroy Jarlath Conroy ... The Hypnotist
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Storyline

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.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

As they did in their first appearance (in "The Best with the Best to Get the Best [#2.3]") the conjoined twin violinists at Huber's Palace Museum simultaneously play the song "Tumbalalaika," a Yiddish folk song of Russian Jewish origin. Their captor Mr. Brockhurst tells a fanciful story of their Russian origins, and later the twins confirm to Thackeray that they really were from Russia originally (although the rest of Brockhurst's origin story for them is phony). See more »

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Speight Lived Here
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Composed by Cliff Martinez and Gregory Tripi
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