We’re not a full episode into the second season of “Switched at Birth,” but at the same time, you can still feel the reverberations of everything that happened back in season 3. Bay is trying to recover still from her choice to take the fall for Daphne, while she in return is working to navigate some of her own sense of guilt for it. There is both a physical and emotional separation for many of these characters, and that is what makes the episodes ahead all the more important and interesting.
On Tuesday night, we’re going to have an installment entitled “Bracing the Waves” that will continue to feature some of these characters work through their issues. As the promo highlights, Bay will be trying to handle her sentence, and at the same time, deal with the fact that Emmett is so far away now. Also, there’s the little issue of having so many others judge her for a crime she did not even commit. Meanwhile, Daphne will realize that school now is not even remotely close to the school that she remembers just from last season.
For a few more details (if you haven’t seen it already), take a look at the attached synopsis:
“Daphne struggles with the speed and depth of her coursework, which is made more difficult when her interpreter, Josh, picks and chooses what he will interpret for her. Bay tries to balance her long-distance relationship with Emmett and fulfilling her sentence, all while dealing with an aggressive person on her team. Meanwhile, Kathryn has a meeting with a movie producer about her book.”
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