"Girl on the Cliff"[title 1] is the twentieth episode of ABC Family's Switched at Birth Season Three, and it is seventy-first episode of the series overall. It was written by Linda Gase and it was directed by D.W. Moffett. It was originally aired on August 11th, 2014.
Bay has second thoughts about attending the prom when dress-code rules are enacted. Meanwhile, Kathryn, John and Regina are surprised to learn the severity of Daphne's bad behavior; and Tank assists Toby with his new burgeoning business,
Episode starts with Bay telling her parents that she is worried about Daphne. They all start to find out about all the bad things Daphne has done. She has to leave for school and is grounded even from prom. Emmett gives Bay a flower and they start talking about prom being the perfect night. They then announced the prom King and Queen which Emmett and Bay wins. Daphne unhappy storms off. John and Kathryn talk to Regina about Daphne's bad behaviour. Kathryn suggests to put Daphne in therapy. But John doesn't agree. Daphne appears in the clinic to work but they weren't thinking she was going to come back so soon. Sharee tells Bay that she doesn't have a date to prom but she perfers it like that. Natalie appears with an email from the principal saying that all boys must wear tixidoes and girls must wear dresses to prom. Natalie not happy says that she is not going to prom. An injured guy comes into the clinic. Dr.J gives Daphne keys to the drug area. Daphne takes the drug that Dr.J told her to but also something else. Regina arrives at Wes's office to give him some samples. When Wes tells her that the police got camera footage from the day that they got vandalized(which Nacho and Daphne did).
- More will be added later!
- This Moment by Megan Oliver ft. Renald Francoeur
- Be Brave by Cathy Heller
- To be added
- This is first time that D.W. Moffett, who plays John Kennish, directed this episode.
- ↑ From the 1936 painting, Girl on the Cliff by Augustus John.
- ↑ Kondolojy, Amanda (August 12, 2014). "Monday Cable Ratings: 'Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta' Tops Night + 'Jaws Strikes Back', 'Monster Hammerhead' & More". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved August 12, 2014.