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Emmett had previously expressed that relationships between deaf and hearing people inherently cannot work, due to the cultural and communication barriers between them.
He changes his mind when he gets to know Bay in The Persistence of Memory, and grows close to her throughout the episode while helping her locate her father.
When she discovers Regina's secret, she turns to Emmett for comfort, only to be frustrated by their inability to clearly communicate.
She nearly ends their relationship, but Emmett grabs her hand and holds her while she cries in his arms.
Tells the story of two teen girls who discover that they were accidentally switched at birth.
Bay Kennish grew up in a wealthy family with two parents and a brother, while Daphne Vasquez, who lost her hearing as a child due to a case of meningitis, grew up with a single mother in a poor neighborhood.
Just as Bay comes to terms with the idea that Emmett may be more interested in Daphne than in her, Emmett proceeds to verbally communicate for the first time since he saw Daphne being bullied, telling Bay: "I...." He comes to a point of friction with his mother Melody when he decides to take speech therapy.
As Daphne begins pursuing Emmett, she finds he is dating Bay.
Daphne tells Bay that she will not give up pursuing Emmett.
After kissing Daphne at the Kennish car wash, Emmett realizes that he no longer wants Daphne.
The cast is great (I love Vanessa Marano and Lea Thompson, so right there I was sold).
The premise is fascinating, and the acting is GOOD.