Well, if one thing can be said about " Street Noises Invade the House ," it's this: did ANYone see that coming?!? The show managed to wrap up quite a bit in the mid season finale, so let's jump right in. Right after Daphne got a new prescription to birth more
We’ve finally reached the first season finale of Switched at Birth , ‘Street Noises Invade the House’, which doesn’t wrap things up as much as it just sits back and takes stock of what’s happened over the year. Bay and Zarra ha more
Remember the old Real World slogan "when people stop being polite and start getting real?" Well... damn, it seems like the latest episode of Switched at Birth was going by that mantra! In " The Trial " everyone was forced to be tru more
On this week’s Switched at Birth , as the trial finally arrives, the divide between the parents and their children widens even further, and crisis point arrives for Bay. The episode starts by dealing with the slightly inappropriate more
Like typical teenagers, Bay and Daphne keep finding themselves in sticky situations. However, in " We Are the Kraken of Our Own Sinking Ships ," it was evident that the adults were put in some weird spots too. This week, I really felt bad for Regina more
After weeks of building up Bay’s new gal-pal connection with Zarra and Daphne’s infatuation with her boss, this episode of Switched at Birth , ‘We are the Kraken of our own Sinking Ships’, gives a few characters a reality check or two. Be more
My apologies if my review title is reminding anyone else of the Laguna Beach theme song, but it seemed like the perfect theme for this week's Switched at Birth ! " The Declaration of Independence " was all about revealing the truth.
Almost every single member of the Kennish/Vasquez family is caught in a tangled web of lies this week on Switched at Birth , ‘Declaration of Independence’, and it seems it’s going to get worse before it gets any better. Daphne is still relentlessly more