Love Seduces Innocence, Pleasure Entraps, and Remorse Follows is the eleventh episode of Season 3 of Switched at Birth. It is scheduled to air in March 24, 2014.
Kathryn's book is leaked before it's published. Meanwhile, Bay is skeptical about Emmett's new girlfriend; Daphne has an unexpected encounter at the clinic with someone from her past; and Regina feels a sense of guilt about her behavior.
Violence occurs while Kathryn's new book is leaked to the public before its release. Daphne has an unexpected encounter at the clinic with someone from her past, Adam who hurt Daphne last year when she was working in her food truck and Regina feels a sense of guilt about her behaviour. She ultimately gets fired and returns to her old job in East Riverside. Unfortunately, she isn't very welcomed back, especially when someone throws a brick through her now ex-studios window threatening her not to come back. Toby tries to go after Nikki. Meanwhile, Bay is skeptical about Emmett's new girlfriend who turns out to be fake. It turns out to be Matthew, getting back at Emmett for getting him kicked out of school. Bay tells Emmett that everyone loves him and he says "you too?" which Bay tells Emmett that he knows she loves him and that she never stopped. Bay and Emmett have sex after saying they are still in love with each other.
- D.W. Moffett as John Kennish
- Lea Thompson as Kathryn Kennish
- Lucas Grabeel as Toby Kennish
- Sean Berdy as Emmett Bledsoe
- Katie Leclerc as Daphne Vasquez
- Vanessa Marano as Bay Kennish
- Constance Marie as Regina Vasquez
- Giles Marini as Angelo Sorrento
- RJ Mitte as Campbell
- David Castaneda as Jorge
- Ivonne Coll as Adrianna Vasquez
- Marlee Matlin as Melody Bledsoe
- Ryan Lane as Travis
- Daniel Durant as Matthew
- BK Cannon as Mary Beth Tucker
- Kenneth Mitchell as Wes
- Max Adler as Miles Tank Conroy
- Al White as Dr. Jackson
- Alec Mapa as Renzo Alec
"I love you; I never stopped." -Bay admitting she still has feelings for Emmett
- Title reference: From the 1809 painting, Love Seduces Innocence, Pleasure Entraps, and Remorse Follows, by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon.