In the Season 2 finale, 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.moreless
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.moreless
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.moreless
Thackery tries to steady his nerves as he prepares to separate conjoined twins before a packed audience, while Cornelia receives a surprise gift from her father-in-law and attends a charity ball for the new Knick. Later, Barrow rids himself of a threat; Opal puts a damper on the Robertsons' good mood; Algernon receives long-overdue recognition in the surgical theater, but complications arise.moreless
Bertie is faced with a quandary at Mt. Sinai, which leads to him take matters into his own hands and enlist help from Algernon; Thackery considers using hypnosis, while taking an interest in conjoined twins. Later, Lucy lobbies Henry for an invite to a gala; Cornelia visits the brother of a deceased immigrant who had ties to Speight; Gallinger has an unwelcome dinner guest; Barrow checks out a new home for Junia; and Harriet agrees to make some changes.moreless
A subway explosion sends a flood of patients to the Knick; while being pursued by Henry, Lucy heeds advice from one of Ping Wu's girls. Later, a troubled addict makes an ideal test case for Thackery's theory on addiction; Bertie submits his adrenalin findings to Zinberg; Cornelia uncovers a clue about Speight's death; Barrow pays off a debt; Genevieve charms the Chickerings; and Harriet becomes a boardinghouse pariah.moreless
When Abby's condition worsens, Thackery's puts his syphilis treatment to the test. Edwards comes clean to Opal. Harriet has her day in court while Cleary scrambles to raise funds for her legal costs. Bertie undergoes physical training. Barrow loses a sponsor for The Knick. Gallinger's prejudices are bolstered. Cornelia probes Speight's death while Lucy laments her lot in life.moreless
Edwards aids Thackery in testing out a new hypothesis. Genevieve Everidge works a story on a Thackery competitor. Cornelia is upset about the limits of Phillip's sympathies. Barrow must deal with a new adversary at Tammany Hall. While at a class reunion, a discussion of eugenics grabs Gallinger's attention.moreless
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; and Lucy receives a surprise visitor from home.moreless
With The Knick preparing to move uptown, Edwards lobbies the hospital board to be appointed permanent head of surgery. Even with his suspension lifted, Gallinger refuses to return as Edwards' subordinate, so he heads to Cromartie Hospital in hopes of getting Thackery to return to work. Lucy tries to make amends with Bertie but has little success. Cleary looks for ways to make extra money. Ping Wu demands regular medical checkups for his prostitutes. Speight makes an effort to trace the origins of a new plague. Cornelia feeds a quarantined neighborhood in San Francisco.moreless
Robertson must come up with hush money to cover up a late-night crime at the Knick; a desperate Thackery looks to Lucy to obtain his drugs; and Eleanor's erratic behavior concerns Gallinger.
A drug-deprived Thackery fears that a prominent inventor-surgeon will overshadow his accomplishments at the upcoming New York Surgical Society event. Meanwhile, Bertie courts Lucy as he fends off his father's demands that he leave the Knick; and staff members go to court to keep Typhoid Mary in quarantine.moreless
Racial tensions ramp up on the street and at the Knick when a black man stabs a cop defending his wife; Everett finds a changed operating room on his return to work; and Barrow has concerns about Junia's safety. Meanwhile, Edwards' ingenuity and skills impress Cornelia.moreless
Thackery and Bertie test a new operating-room procedure; Cornelia is second-guessing her impending nuptials; and Thackery considers a salesman's intriguing pitch. Meanwhile, Everett contemplates how to help Eleanor overcome her grief; and Barrow wheels and deals over some used merchandise.moreless
Barrow can alleviate a debt if he treats one of Collier's wounded men and also urges Capt. Robertson to buy one of Thomas Edison's new inventions. Meanwhile, Algernon tries a new approach to hernia surgery; the health of Everett and Eleanor's baby worsens; and Sister Harriet and Cleary head to Chinatown.moreless
During surgery, Thackery's hand is forced by Algernon, which angers Eleanor; a recovering Abigail regrets her involvement with Thackery; and Sister Harriet and Cleary make a couple of deals. Meanwhile, Bertie receives a scolding from his physician father who is unhappy with his son's career path; and Lucy becomes privy to Thackery's secrets.moreless
As Thackery directs Gallinger and Chickering to conduct experiments on pigs, he ponders whether to operate on a former flame. Barrow goes to great lengths to repay an obligation and get back a missing tooth. Edwards takes out his frustrations at a local bar. Robertson's request for administering treatment to a typhoid fever patient are considered at long last.moreless
Incensed over the problems with the hospital's new electrical system, Thackery instructs hospital superintendent Barrow to get him more cadavers to enable his team to investigate new surgical procedures. As the rate of patient deaths increase, Edwards proffers a technique he learned in France. A typhoid fever epidemic is tackled by Robertson while Thackery confides in Elkins. Edwards figures out another way to carry out his job.moreless
With the death of Dr. J.M. Christiansen, Dr. Thackery ascends to the role of chief surgeon. Cornelia Robertson, daughter of the hospital's benefactor, insists that Thackery hire a black assistant chief, Dr. Algernon Edwards. The addition of Dr. Edwards stirs up the hospital staff where he encounters enmity and resentment. His addition the question as to whether the other doctors will accept an African American doctor and if patients will allow him to operate on them, but in the end, the concern is setting breakthroughs in the world of surgery.moreless
A behind-the-scenes look at Liverpool vs. Manchester City.
Liverpool prepares for a match against Manchester City.
The season continues for Liverpool.
Liverpool attempts to qualify for the UEFA Europa League.
Liverpool heads to Toronto for an exhibition game.
Liverpool introduces a new manager, Brendan Rodgers.
John Ridd's father is murdered by the Doone family, a family of outlaws from a neighbouring valley. Years later, his quest for vengeance is complicated when he falls in love with Lorna, daughter in the Doone clan. However his love for her sets him on a path to heal the deep scars of hatred and hurt that have burdened him since childhood.moreless