Switched at Birth 4×18 featured someone making friends with a stripper and someone else kissing Daphne’s boyfriend – but neither of the people involved were who you’d expect. Read on for 5 things we learned during Switched at Birth 4×18.
1. Bay has her mojo back…
…in both the art and romance departments. Specifically, she’s preparing to exhibit her work at a local art gallery, and things are heating up with Garrett. She admits she’s intimidated by his level of experience in the bedroom, but he points out that what they have is new for him too, as he’s not used to having relationships outside of sex.
2. Daphne chooses Mingo.
Ever since she got back from Mexico, Daphne’s been texting the cute charity worker she met while on spring break. With a little help from her friend and interpreter Josh, she realizes she’s lucky to have Mingo and breaks off her text-flirting with Quinn.
3. Josh has feelings for Mingo.
Yup, you read that correctly. Although he’s dating Daphne’s classmate Vimla, he admits he has feelings for someone else. At first, Daphne assumes it’s her, but in actuality, it isn’t a “her” at all. Kudos to Daphne for not assuming he’s gay right off the bat (she asks if he still likes girls, he says he doesn’t know, she accepts that) and not totally freaking out after he drunkenly tries to kiss her boyfriend.
4. The cash-strapped Kennishes are considering an unorthodox investment.
When Eric tells John about an investment opportunity involving a “gentlemen’s club,” John tries to convince Kathryn to get on board. She’s skeptical at first (“Those places exploit women’s sexuality!” “…Says the best-selling author of erotica”), but she agrees to at least visit the place. Pretty soon, their opinions reverse: Kathryn thinks it’s classy and John thinks it’s sleazy. Ultimately, they decide to pass up the opportunity, but the trip wasn’t a total waste of time – Kathryn wants to invest in one of the strippers’ business ideas, a workout video named “Pas de Pole” that blends moves from ballet and poledancing.
5. Lily’s having second thoughts.
As Lily’s pregnancy progresses, she’s getting more and more nervous about having a baby with Down Syndrome – but talking things through with Toby helps, and Regina’s also on hand to offer encouragement.
“It is completely normal to have doubts and be scared. You’re not a monster for feeling that way. One thing that I know for sure is that this is gonna be your kid. Not your Down Syndrome kid, but your kid, and you are gonna love him or her with everything that you have.”
Oh, & one more thing…
Hope’s in town – and it looks like she’s using Bay’s new art project to get close to her ex-husband Eric and son Will. Well, this can’t be good…
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