Have you ever been at a loss as to what to watch? Too many shows to pick from? We’re here to give you our opinions on what we feel is worth watching. Check it out and then let us know in the comments below what you’re choosing for tonight!
Somehow, Switched at Birth has done the seemingly-impossible—they have made me care about Daphne again! At the end of last season, she had gone off the rails and gotten into drugs. Bay (stupidly) took the fall for her vandalizing so that Daphne wouldn’t have to go jail, and now Bay is stuck wearing an ankle bracelet, doing community service, and had to cancel plans to join Emmett in California. Meanwhile, Daphne is having a hard time at school due to her deafness. Even though she hired a translator, she couldn’t keep up with her study group’s fast-talking, so they bailed on her. However, they had a sudden change of heart after they found out she received advanced notes for the class due to her disability—but since they would both using each other for something, I guess that makes it all okay now.
I find the relationship between Daphne and her translator really interesting, and I hope they explore this more. Why doesn’t this guy just take the chemistry class himself since he’s already there? Why doesn’t he just finish his degree?! Why did he have a breakdown the first time he attended this school, and can he overcome whatever issues he had? And what’s up with this musical Katheryn wants to do? Will she somehow pull Toby into helping her with this project? He’s hardly been in any episodes since the show returned.
On tonight’s episode, “I Lock the Door Upon Myself,” Daphne deals with a prankster in her dorm. Elsewhere, Bay interviews with the Kansas City Artist Showcase; Regina takes a liking to an Easter Riverside coffee house—and its owner; and John ponders his future as he celebrates a big birthday.
To see what the prankster pulls, tune in to ABC Family at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Parks and Recreation, MasterChef: Junior, The Flash, Supernatural, Justified, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Cougar Town, Face Off, and Kroll Show.