Read on for our recap of Switched at Birth 3×19: “You Will Not Escape”.
Midnight Train to Blech
Regina receives some welcome news when she learns that Angelo’s life insurance policy is worth 1 million dollars. This opens up plenty of doors for her– and Daphne isn’t happy about it. She would rather Regina be suffering then be showered with a million dollars. Regina is actually having a pretty good week. Kathryn invites her to come to New York for a publishing party and by the end of the night, the duo are pretending to be a lesbian couple to ward off a creeper. A creeper that Kathryn had revenge sex with in the bathroom of a train. A train?? How is that even possible? Talk about germ soup.
I just really like that phrase. Daphne shoots down the idea of spending Senior Ditch Day at a water park because it’s germ soup. It’s both hilarious and nauseating to me. Instead, they end up going to a ranch which is really just a Kansas carnival. We’re in Kansas. How come no one has accents? It’s like Smallville all over again.
Daphne is thrilled to be able to spend the day getting drunk and riding a Ferris wheel. But when she realizes Nacho isn’t really here for being tied down with her, she ends up kissing Travis. He’s not here for that either, he has a girlfriend and she’s really cute! Bay calls Daphne out on her BS and Daphne shoves her to the ground. Aww sh*t. It’s getting real.
Emmett learns that he got into a prestigious film school but he doesn’t really think he should go. Bay learns that her brain MRI is fine and now life is for living! Well, that was quick. And she wants to go with Emmett to film school. But what exactly is she going to do there?
Melody is on top of things. She gets it done. Thanks to a private donor (Regina, hoping to name the school after Angelo) she is able to get her newly planned school off the ground. And Travis is going. She scoffs at the idea that he already filled out the drop out papers. Like she’d actually let that happen. She tears up the papers and he’s good to go.
If you thought Daphne would be in a better mood after Regina announced her plans for the money, you’d be wrong. And it’s realistic that it would take some time but damn. Daphne does not hold back whatsoever when she tells Regina that she was never her mother and she basically wants nothing to do with her.
Like. Damn. Tell her how you really feel, Daphne.
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Watch the preview and sneak peeks from next week’s episode Switched at Birth 3×20 here.