Kathryn’s mother and Grandma to Bay and now Daphne, comes to visit. Grandma (guest star Meredith Baxter) doesn’t think before she speaks. This little problem may cost her her family.
Bay and Regina are dealing with Angelo’s disappearance. Immigration has no idea where he is and since Adrianna warned him ahead of time, he may have just fled. Daphne and Bay are struggling with where they came from and what their biological dna tells them they should be. Daphne is no longer welcome by her old friends in East Riverside because she’s “white” and “rich” now.
Bay’s grandmother has decided that Daphne is her new favorite granddaughter. She begins to treat Bay differently and even ignores her at a family get together. When she gives Daphne a gift that was meant to go to Bay, things become clear what she thinks. It’s not until Bay overhears her telling Kathryn that she can’t help but look at Bay differently because of the dna results and her background that it really sinks in. Her grandma continues to let slip borderline racist comments about where Daphne grew up and Bay loses it and leaves. She bonds with Regina over their love of art. I love that Kathryn’s character makes sure to make it a point that she never looked at Bay differently and still loves her just the same.
When Adrianna moves out and goes back to East Riverside, Daphne begins to wonder if she really has changed. Her old friends don’t want her and even she is beginning to look at her old neighborhood differently. Kathryn makes the decision to slowly let her feelings about her mother known. The families still have a lot of work to do.