Don't let these happy smiles fool you. Everyone is pretty stressed out on this week's Switched at Birth. (ABC Family)The pressure's getting to everyone this week, as living arrangements get too close for comfort and the Dread Wedding looms in the distance. Who's losing their cool and at whom? Read on to find out!Mi Casa es Su Casa?: It's not all bachata and biscotti dreams at Chez Angelo. Las cucarachas are taking up residency thanks to Regina and Bay's slipshod housekeeping and Angelo is...Read Full Story
(ABC Family)There's discord, discord, and more discord on the family drama this week. Sadly, no gargantuan shish kebabs. Here's what happened on tonight's Switched at Birth:A Tale of Two Houses: It's cold pizza and coffee for breakfast at Angelo's pad vs. Belgian waffles with fresh berries at Casa Kennish. So, naturally, Bay's trying to convince Kathryn to let her stay with Regina until Angelo returns. Daphne makes it all about her, apologizing for "crowding her out" and suggesting that she...Read Full Story
Is that a gorilla hugging a banana or are you just happy to see me? Switched at Birth (ABCFamily)That Dorothy Gale was a big fat liar: Returning to Kansas ain't that easy without some blinged-out ruby slippers. Switched at Birth's third season finds characters new and old making their way back home... with plenty of baggage in tow. But first, we catch up with the Kennish clan, including Daphne who's basically turned into Kathryn's mini-me, at the country club pool. Predictably, Bay isn't too...Read Full Story
(ABC Family)Switched at Birth will break new TV ground this Monday with an episode told entirely in American Sign Language. The all-ASL episode, a first in television history, will center on the students of Carlton School for the Deaf as they fight to keep their school open. The storyline was inspired by the real-life “Deaf President Now” protests at Gallaudet University that took place 25 years ago this March.During a conference call with reporters, actress Katie Leclerc previewed the very...Read Full Story
(ABC Family)Switched at Birth is breaking new television ground.The hit ABC Family series will air an episode told entirely in American Sign Language (ASL) this March. The fully ASL episode, a first for mainstream television, will center on the students of Carlton School for the Deaf as they fight to keep their school open. Daphne (Katie Leclerc) leads the students in a protest, while Bay (Vanessa Marano) finds herself marginalized as one of the few hearing students at the school.The...Read Full Story
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