Doing blow is fun!
The first day of the rest of Daphne's life consisted of scoring some cocaine and corrupting a med student at Northwestern. She almost killed a few people while Med (I never did catch the poor guy's name) felt like he was having a h more
Angelo's doctor told Daphne that death isn't fair. In fact, it's the only thing that is fair, as we're all guaranteed to visit.
Along with Bay and Daphne and their friends, we said goodbye to Angelo Sorrento on Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 1 more
Last week’s Switched at Birth was pretty upsetting stuff, and the aftermath of such a profound loss on a show with so many unique and fragile relationships and familial connections was always going to be messy. The focus of ‘Girl with Death Mask’, as ex more
Last week I wondered whether this week’s episode of Switched at Birth , ‘The Image Disappears’, would be the start of a great character arc for Angelo or simple grief-porn in the style of so many shows before it. It was neither. Angelo may have died and more
Because we knew at the start of Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 15 that there was an accident, everything afterward was just a prelude to the credits.
Apparently it's time to put some of their more petty problems into perspective - because by th more
It’s rare for Switched at Birth to focus on the Kennish and Vasquez families as they are, with little to no crossover, and so episodes like ‘And We Bring the Light’ are all the better for their rarity. They remind us of how the families were before the more
Family was at the heart of Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 14 - and, for once, it was all good news.
It's kind of funny how we can get so used to drama that we forget how lovely it can be to caught up in family without it.
People make a lot of bad decisions in life, but it's only in setting them right that they can turn them around.
There were a lot of poor choices on Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 13 - and while we didn't have conclusions to any of them, it was more