We’ve reached the mid-season finale of Switched at Birth’s second run (does anyone else feel like it was only a couple of weeks ago that we wrapped up season one?), ‘Introducing the Miracle’ and things quietly are imploding for the Kennish/Vasquez clan.
It was the adult story lines, far more than those of the teens, that attracted the attention in " Introducing the Miracle ."
John, Angelo and Regina were facing some really challenging times in their lives, and although the big effort to save Carlton c more
This week Switched at Birth took the opportunity to break from normal programming and broadcast a story told entirely in ASL – the first time this has been attempted to such an extent on mainstream television. What transpired was something a little bit sp more
Well, " Uprising " was definitely different. I completely understood what they were going for with the all ASL episode, but my biggest complaint was they didn't think we could take the episode without music. The deaf kids can feel music, but they can't he more
Bay and Daphne were once again at the center of conflict in " Tight Rope Walker ." Bay's concern about Regina manifested in her belief that her birth mother had returned to drinking and Daphne was torn between her loyalty to Carlton and her commitment to more
Bay and Daphne get to switch parental problems on this week’s Switched at Birth , ‘Tight Rope Walker’, with Bay meddling in Regina’s life in an attempt to stop her drinking and Daphne having to choose between loyalties to Kathryn and helping her sch more
Everyone’s spiralling out of control in this week’s Switched at Birth , ‘Drive in the Knife’, as the problems that have been festering over the course of season two are threatening to explode. Regina’s drinking again, Daphne and Travis don’t see eye more
There were some pretty weighty issues tackled in " Human/Need/Desire " and it made for a swift 60 minutes. For an hour that focused around the Valentine's Day holiday, the one mildly romantic moment came when Emmet told Bay she was the only person on the more