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"Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows"[title 1] is the sixteenth episode of ABC Family's Switched at Birth Season Four. It is eighty-ninth episode of the series overall. It was written by William H. Brown, and it was directed by D.W. Moffett. It was originally aired on September 28th, 2015.

Plot

Daphne and Mingo decide to introduce their parents at the Kennishes’ grill night, only to find Mingo’s father is the business manager John blames for his current financial problems. Bay has an awkward run in with Tank at the restaurant where he works.

ABC Family's Official Summary

Recap

To be added.

The Cast

Main

Recurring

Guest

  • Nyle DiMarco as Garrett
  • John Micahel Higgins as Larry Shimingo, Mingo's father
  • Paula Marshall as Nancy Shimingo, Mingo's mother

Music Featured

Song Artist Notes Link
Song Title here. Singer(s) or Band(s) here. Where the sing starts at. Source URL here.

Quotes

To be added.


Trivia

Image Gallery

Video Gallery

Navigational

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Title Reference

  1. From the 1998 sculpture, Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows, by Cai Guo-Qiang.

References

  1. Mitch Metcalf (September 28, 2015). "UPDATED: SHOWBUZZDAILY's Top 100 Monday Cable Originals & Network Update: 9.28.2015". ShowBuzz Daily.

Start a Discussion Discussions about Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows

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    • I pretty much liked this episode. They finally moved on with that whole Bay Tank and Emmet thing. I like the new plots they brought up l...
    • Dominikkapus39 wrote:I pretty much liked this episode. They finally moved on with that whole Bay Tank and Emmet thing. I like the new plots t...

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