As immersive as it is overstuffed, The Knick's season finale opens on the anxious face of the hospital's secretly pregnant benefactor, Cornelia Robertson (Juliet Rylance), just days away from marrying her fiancée, Philip. In the dark of night, the Knick's ambulance driver, Tom Cleary (Chris Sullivan), pulls up on his carriage, and Roberston is astonished that he's the one with whom she made arrangements for her abortion: "You?" Cleary sighs and responds, "You know, it'd be nice if just once in my life, a lady wasn't disappointed to see me. Climb in the back." He takes her to an enclosed apartment where the Knick's resident nun, Sister Harriet (Cara Seymour), is waiting for her in medical scrubs; the two women embrace with a sad tenderness, each one acknowledging the unspoken burden that had been weighing the other down all this time. Robertson tells Harriet, "You could have told me, you know," to which Harriet responds in kind, followed by the lingering thought, "But we both couldn't, could we?"