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Switched at Birth Review: Hold Nothing Back

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 truly honest about everything - and I'm not just talking about in court. Because the trial was probably the least riveting part of the episode, I'll just give Angelo MVP right now. His speech were perfection. Of course, actions speak louder than words, so let's keep up the good changes, Angelo.   Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2012/10/switched-at-birth-review-hold-nothing-back/#ixzz29U96OLxp

Switched at Birth Review: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

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. It's totally understandable that Patrick is gonna be weirded out that his  girlfriend just married her ex  in order for him to stay in the country. Let's just get that out of the way. But Regina didn't bring up Angelo when they were salsa dancing. All she said was that she took lessons. He insinuated that it was with Angelo and then deduced that "great dancers = great sex." Oh puh-lease! Regina is really trying. Unfortunately there are just some things that people can't get over. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2012/10/switched-at-birth-review-between-a-rock-and-a-hard-place/#ixzz28vUcYll4

Switched at Birth Review “We Are The Kraken Of Our Own Sinking Ships”

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. Before I go into this episode in particular I have to point out how far I, and plenty of other fans (just visit Tumblr’s ‘Angry Medusa ‘ tag sometime), have read into Bay and Zarra’s budding relationship. To be honest, this week more than previous episodes convinced me that the writers intended the friendship to be read as the start of something more all along, and it’s certainly an interesting way to go with Bay’s character. With Emmett taking more and more of a backseat on the show, there’s some wiggle room for Bay to find new romance, it’s just a case of whether an ABC Family show like  Switched at Birth  is willing to go there. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/10/09/switched-at-birth-review-we-are-the-kraken-of-our-own-sinking-ships/