SWITCHED AT BIRTH “Portrait of My Father” Review

SWITCHED AT BIRTH “Portrait of My Father” Season 1 Episode 3 - Tonight we have another enjoyable episode, but I am feeling a little bogged down by all the implied meaning and heady significance that inevitably comes with a show like SWITCHED AT BIRTH. Fortunately the show does seem to be introducing elements for lighter story lines in the future.

Again big issues are addressed in tonight’s episode, “Portrait of My Father”: rich versus “normal”; insensitivity toward deaf culture; fear of disappointment; insecurity; judgment. Everyone is dealing with their unconventional new family and getting to know each other in their own ways.

Daphne experiences too much dad and me time. Bay is getting perhaps too little attention from Regina, but plenty from Ty. Regina is trying to go with the flow, but actually is just being passive, fearful of disappointing Bay. Kathryn wants to take things head-on to avoid any personal implications that may surface. Read More...

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