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    The Knick - Season 1, Episode 10: Crutchfield

    In the Season Finale, Thackery becomes increasingly more paranoid and pushes himself to the limit while continuing the blood-transfusion research; and Edwards and Cornelia reach a crossroads. Meanwhile, Barrow gets in deeper with creditors; Lucy seeks help from Bertie; and, with the hospital in the middle of a crisis, Robertson orders a vote.
    Duration: 58 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2014
    IMDb: 8.5
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  • Critic Reviews of "The Knick - Season 1"

    New York Observer
    October 07, 2015

    We're right back where we started, only somehow worse.

    Rolling Stone
    October 02, 2015

    It's hard to remember a season finale this bleak, in the sense that not one major character ends up in a better place than they started 10 episodes ago, and everyone across-the-board is miserable.

    Entertainment Weekly
    October 01, 2015

    The Steven Soderbergh-directed series wraps up its first season not in a happy place, but instead with every character in jeopardy, which is pretty much exactly where a show with a season 2 order perhaps should end.

    October 08, 2015

    To say things go from bad to worse would be putting it mildly. And yet, there's no sense the series derives pleasure sending its characters to wallow in a new form of misery.

    Paste Magazine
    October 07, 2015

    This last installment of Season One started to feel like much too much. It was like a haunted house that wouldn't end, but instead of frights around every corner, it was the pitiable fates of all these characters playing out in front of you.

    IGN Movies
    October 07, 2015

    The Knick's season finale, which held actual serious consequences for just about every character on the show, was a beautifully unnerving ride. No happy endings here.

    October 07, 2015

    "Crutchfield" did a nice job of bringing the major stories of the season to a boil, mostly while linking them to the series' larger questions about scientific and social progress.

    Slant Magazine
    October 07, 2015

    In keeping with the rest of the season, it strains (sometimes painfully) to guarantee a good time while preserving its in-hindsight moral outrage.

    AV Club
    October 07, 2015

    Even before this final act, "Crutchfield" was the most exquisite episode of The Knick, but after it, "Crutchfield" is evangelism material. Every new shot is diamond.

    New York Times
    October 01, 2015

    Most seasons end with cliffhangers. The Season 1 finale of The Knick on Friday night was more like a slow-moving avalanche that left every major character buried - in grief, remorse, apprehension, fear, addiction.

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