Switched at Birth: Season 2 (2013)
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The Kennish and Vasquez families continue to blend in the second season of Switched at Birth. Bay (Vanessa Marano) becomes part of a pilot program at Carlton, bringing hearing students to the deaf school; John (D.W. Moffett) considers running for state senate; and Daphne (Katie Leclerc) rebounds from her relationship with Chef Jeff. The episode "Uprising" was done entirely in American Sign Language with captioning for hearing viewers.
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Perhaps most striking is the show's approach to the aesthetics of deafness.
There aren't a lot of answers left dangling, but rather new beginnings to think about. People made tough, life-altering choices that put the thoughts of others before themselves. It was an inspiring episode.
If the situation of Switched at Birth often seems surreal and at times contrived the performances keep the story grounded as yet another alternative American family blooms under the California sun.
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