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The Knick - Season 1, Episode 06: Start Calling Me DadThackery and Bertie try to perfect a caesarean procedure and Cornelia questions her future. Strong language, nudity and distressing scenes.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 58 minQuality: HDRelease: 2014IMDb: 8.5Keywords:
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Critic Reviews of "The Knick - Season 1"New York ObserverOctober 07, 2015
And Cleary and Sister Harriet continue to perform abortions and then have pointless conversations about whether they're going to hell. Here's a hint: You're poor people/women/minorities in New York in 1900. You're already there.Rolling StoneOctober 01, 2015
Start Calling Me Dad has a couple of genuine unforeseen twists in it, starting with the episode's overall optimism and sense of hopefulness (all things being relative, of course; this is The Knick, after all).Entertainment WeeklyOctober 01, 2015
One of The Knick's greatest strengths is its collection of diverse, engaging performances-from Owen's mercurial Thackery to André Holland's continually tested Edwards and Juliet Rylance's quietly defiant Cornelia.ScreenRantOctober 08, 2015
'Start Calling Me Dad' winds up feeling like an achievement for the series.Paste MagazineOctober 07, 2015
Still, now that we are deep into the storylines of all these characters-understanding their morality and talents and failings, and learning some of their histories-this episode feels like a perfect step forward for the series.IGN MoviesOctober 07, 2015
"Start Calling Me Dad" switched the story up a bit by ending a couple of threads (C-Sections, Typhoid) and starting a few news ones.VultureSeptember 30, 2015
There can be suspense in this kind of storytelling, but the episode feels more like housecleaning for the inelegant way it resolves certain narrative threads while awkwardly setting up others.Slant MagazineOctober 07, 2015
Steven Soderbergh's handling of the meningitis case is both technically and dramatically virtuoso.AV ClubOctober 07, 2015
It's such a funny, exciting, sad hour-the most I've felt watching The Knick since the premiere-but then the final scene leaves us with a sense of intense revulsion and the title takes that feeling and applies it to the whole episode.New York TimesOctober 01, 2015
Began and ended with striking scenes of the plight of early-20th-century American women.
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