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"Les Soeurs d'Estrées"[title 1] is the fourteenth episode of ABC Family's Switched at Birth Season One and the series overall. It was written by Joy Gregory and it was directed by Arlene Sanford. It was originally aired on January 24th, 2012.

PlotEdit

Daphne and Bay join forces to try to come up with money to pay off Emmett's fine for his arrest so he can save his motorcycle. When selling cupcakes doesn't bring in the money she hopes, Daphne takes matters into her own hands and lies to the Kennishes about losing her hearing aids. Regina catches Daphne, who has apologizes to Kathryn for her deceit.

Meanwhile, Toby and Wilke recruit Simone to work on their music video. Simone flirts with Toby, while Wilke continues to give Daphne the cold shoulder after getting rejected. Kathryn and John hire a young new lawyer for their lawsuit against the hospital. They also find out the hard way that Angelo never knew that Regina had learned about the switch. Regina starts to question Angelo's motives and wonders about going into business with him. But when Angelo confronts Regina about not telling him about the switch, things become even more intense.

Despite their best efforts, the friends don't raise enough money, and Emmett has no choice but to sell his bike to pay the fine. After giving his mom the money for the fine, Emmett breaks the news to Melody that he’s moving in with his dad. Regina goes to return her key to Angelo, but he explains that he understands her decision not to tell him, and they kiss.

ABC Family’s Official Summary

RecapEdit

This section needs more writing to complete the 14th episode.

John and Kathryn meet with several new possible lawyers concerning their legal issues with the hospital, but they must also deal with the lack of trust toward their daughter Daphne, who conned them into giving her the money for Emmett's fine, an idea that Kathryn believes came from Bay. Guitar Face recruits Simone to direct their music video, leading to a moment between her and Toby. John accidentally causes a rift between Angelo and Regina, while Emmett informs Melody that he is moving in with his father tired of her disapproval of Bay and making him sell his motorcycle was the final straw. Also Emmett kisses Daphne in her daydream. When back into reality, he asks what, and she noticed that she was daydreaming.

To be written more soon...

The CastEdit

MainEdit

RecurringEdit

GuestEdit

  • Albie Selznick as Warren
  • Chaz Ahern as Cupcake Boy

Music FeaturedEdit

  • To be added

QuotesEdit

Wilke: It's not fun going after something you're never going to get. That's why you've got to give up the ghost.
Bay" [to Daphne] Next time you and your conscience need to get on the same page.
Daphne: [about Emmett] I just wanted to be able to save him after all of the times he's saved me.
Kathryn: Virginia Wolfe wrote standing up.
Daphne: Hey I'm the deaf one, I said 5 bucks!
Melody: [to Bay] You live in a world of money. Money means choices. No money, no choices. Welcome to reality.


TriviaEdit

  • In French, "Les Soeurs d'Estrees" means "The Sisters of Estrees."
    • Also, it said, "Gabrielle d'Estrées et une de ses soeurs"; it translated to "Gabrielle d'Estrées and one of her sisters."

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The Door to FreedomThe Awakening ConscienceDuel of Two WomenDressing for the CharadeThe Acquired Inability to EscapeHuman/Need/DesireDrive in the KnifeTight Rope WalkerUprisingIntroducing the MiracleMother and Child DividedDistorted HouseThe Good SamaritanHe Did What He WantedEcce MonoThe Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone LivingPrudence, Avarice, Lust, Justice, AngerAs The Shadows DeepenWhat Goes Up Must Come DownThe MerrymakersDeparture of Summer
Drowning GirlYour Body Is a BattlegroundFountainIt Hurts to Wait With Love if Love is Somewhere ElseHave You Really the Courage?The ScreamMemory is Your Image of PerfectionDance Me to the End of LoveThe Past (Forgotten-Swallowed)The AmbushLove Seduces Innocence, Pleasure Entraps, and Remorse FollowsLove Among the RuinsLike a Snowball Down a MountainOh, FutureAnd We Bring the LightThe Image DisappearsGirl With Death Mask (She Plays Alone)It Isn't What You ThinkYou Will Not EscapeGirl on the CliffAnd Life Begins Right AwayYuletide Fortune Tellers
And It Cannot Be ChangedBracing The WavesI Lock the Door Upon MyselfWe Were So Close That Nothing Used to Stand Between UsAt First Clear WordBlack and GrayFog and Storm and RainArt Like Love is DedicationThe Player's ChoiceThere is My HeartTo Repel GhostsHow Does a Girl Like You get to be a Girl Like YouBetween Hope and FearWe Mourn, We Weep, We Love AgainInstead of Damning the Darkness, It's Better to Light a Little LanternBorrowing Your Enemy's ArrowsTo the Victor Belong the SpoilsThe Accommodations of DesireA Mad Tea PartyAnd Always Searching for Beauty
The CallThis Has to Do with MeSurpriseRelation of Lines and ColorsOccupy TruthFour Ages in LifeMemory (The Heart)Left in ChargeThe Wolf is WaitingLong Live Love


Title ReferenceEdit

  1. The title is a reference to the 1594 painting, Gabrielle d'Estrées et un de ses soeurs, by an unknown French artist.

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