This week's Switched at Birth was actually pretty slow in my opinion. I don't know about all of you, but I'm kind of over the whole Bay/street artist storyline.
Besides, " Tree of Forgiveness " didn't even show us the fallout from Chef's illicit more
In Switched at Birth , ‘Tree of Forgiveness,’ everyone seems lonely and desperate to connect with something, no matter how wrong for them that thing may eventually be. The big story of the night is Bay’s renewed commitment to her art, and more
If you want something, you have to go after it. That was the message on this week's Switched at Birth .
However, the other message on " The Shock of Being Seen " was that if you take a risk, be prepared for there to be some consequences. Nothing more
One thing I know about life as a teenager, when it comes to prom it's never boring! On " Venus, Cupid, Folly, and Time " it was the Carlton prom and Emmett and Daphne were excited to ask their dates. Of course given that this was the spring finale of Swit more
Birthdays on Switched at Birth have always created a big stir, so Emmett's was expected to be no different! " The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters " had Daphne and Bay plan an unusual but totally fun celebration. The only hitch was the guilt t more
Switched at Birth is great at putting their cast members in the middle of gray areas. After all, that is the premise of the entire show. " Game On " really illuminated this idea but putting both Bay and Daphne in the middle of difficult situations.
I hadn't expected to hear from Ty since Blair Redford's character moved over to the The Lying Game . However it was good to hear from Ty's character in " Write a Lonely Soldier " and get an update on a very realistic situation.
Last we saw Ty, he more
How do you find a happy median when stuck between two parents who are extremely different. " The Art of Painting " posed this question to viewers as fans were caught between Emmett's lackadaisical father Cameron and his uptight mother Melody.
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