There’s just one more day until the second season premiere of Switched At Birth.
On the relationship between Daphne and Bay: “We were so happy, Katie and I, because last season, it was pretty strong. We were friends, and that had never happened before! The last 10 episodes were like a big friendship. That may not be the case as this season continues. Thereâ€™s definitely a bit of tension between them.”
On still preferring Daphne and Emmett together: “Thatâ€™s 100 percent still the case. I donâ€™t know how Katie can still like Bay and Emmett together. Iâ€™m like the only person in America who shares this belief that Bay and Emmett should not get back together, because he cheated on her and thatâ€™s awful. But Iâ€™m the only one â€“ cast [and] crew included and people who watch the show. So I stand alone pretty much.”
On Bay and Angelo’s relationship: “Yeah. Itâ€™s kind of all over the map, specifically because of that baby-mama drama. And Reginaâ€™s relationship with him [is] even more unstable. In fact, Iâ€™d say Reginaâ€™s actually the most unstable this seasonâ€¦ Because of all the things going on with Regina â€“ and thereâ€™s a lot of things going on with Regina â€“ sheâ€™s having a difficult time with everybody, Bay included.”
On Bay leaving her rebel-ness behind: “Weirdly enough, Bayâ€™s not the rebellious one this [season] at all, which is very different because Bay, as you know, is usually the more difficult of all the Switched at Birth characters. [Laughs] She and John Kennish probably are the most stubborn and set in their ways and donâ€™t bend on anything, ironically enough. But sheâ€™s totally over it now… Sheâ€™s studying. Sheâ€™s listening to her parents. Sheâ€™s being a good kid this season. But weâ€™ll see how long that lasts.”
Switched at Birth premieres TOMORROW, Monday, January 7th @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family.