As season finale’s go, Switched at Birth , ‘Departure of Summer’, didn’t skimp on the drama at all. Most of the characters have been left on cliffhangers to ensure our return in January, and there are more than a couple of developments that I’m certain w more
There were a lot of big decisions made during " Departure of Summer " and it sets things up nicely as the show sets sail for a brand new season this winter. There aren't a lot of answers left dangling, but rather new beginnings to think about. People made more
We’re nearing the big day, and Toby and Nikki’s relationship finally gets some time in the spotlight on this week’s Switched at Birth , with bachelor and bachelorette parties happening simultaneously. Meanwhile, Daphne’s situation with Coto takes a turn more
Well, if there's one thing you can't call the participants of tonight's pre-wedding parties it's " The Merrymakers ." If ever there were two more uncomfortable celebrations of an impending marriage, I'd love to hear the stories!
Between those moment more
The end of this week’s Switched at Birth , ‘What Goes Up Must Come Down’, was one of the most moving moments the show has done across it’s run, and has done the impossible by making me like Emmett again. Despite his spirited protestations against anyone, more
It's another one of those night's where I'm going to be asking your opinions on things I don't necessarily understand, because " What Goes Up Must Come Down " had me in tears by the end of the end of the episode, and I think you know why.
First, let' more
Talk about tangled webs. " As the Shadows Deepen " had a mesh so interwoven only 20 minutes into the hour that it could have been worn as a nice winter coat in during an arctic blast.
Jace and Daphne have continued on their nice little romance to th more
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 more