Switched at Birth Season 2 Review “As the Shadows Deepen”

Just as Bay’s love life had started to look settled on Switched at Birth, in comes Emmett to confuse her feelings all over again. Yep, this love triangle doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere soon, and nobody else’s dreams of happy ever after seem to be working out, either. Jace finally shows his true colors and confronts Daphne for denying her own, and Toby is put in an impossible position when he talks to the man who murdered Nikki’s father.

Upon hearing that Maui Kansas is in trouble, Bay has the bright idea to stage a fundraiser for Carlton and other deaf causes and reach out to various deaf communities in the area. The day is a huge success, so I guess TV rules dictate that now the carnival can run for the rest of the summer, but getting everyone together for a full day means that tensions start to arise. Wanting a copy of Deafenstein to screen at the event, Bay reaches out to Emmett and, inevitably, old feelings start to re-emerge. As happy as she is with Ty, I feel as if she and Emmett will always have some unfinished business.




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