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'Switched at Birth' Returns January 13 (Spoiler Alert)

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SWITCHED AT BIRTH returns with all new episodes on Monday, January 13th at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family. Guest stars in upcoming episodes include Sandra Bernhard, RJ Mitte, Alec Mapa and Max Adler.

Below are previews for the next four episodes:

[SPOILER ALERT]

January 13, 2014
Senior year means big changes for Bay and Daphne, as the Carlton School for the Deaf receives an influx of hearing students who are not happy to be there. Daphne begins working at a free clinic as part of her probation from the Senator Coto blackmail scandal, and bonds with a pre-med student (guest star RJ Mitte, BREAKING BAD) with a spinal injury. Bay is inspired by her art teacher (guest star Sandra Bernhard, ROSEANNE) and surprised by her jock classmate (guest star Max Adler, GLEE), when she takes an art class at a local college. Toby tries to unite a divided Carlton by coaching girls' field hockey, and Kathryn dips her toes into new territory when she makes friends with a gregarious tap dancer (guest star Alec Mapa, UGLY BETTY).

"Drowning Girl" was written by Lizzy Weiss and directed by Jim Hayman.

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January 20, 2014
Bay is challenged by the demands of her new art teacher and pushed around on the field hockey yard.

When her art teacher (guest star Sandra Bernhard) proves to not be easily impressed, Bay is pushed to re-examine her talents. And adding to her discomfort is her forced commitment to the new Carlton field hockey team. Daphne makes a mistake at the clinic, and Campbell (guest star RJ Mitte) helps her correct it. Kathryn introduces her new friend Renzo (guest star Alec Mapa) to John.

Meanwhile, Emmett thinks he may have discovered who has been vandalizing cars at Carlton.

"Your Body is a Battleground" was written by James Stoteraux & Chad Fiveash, and directed by Lea Thompson.

January 27, 2014
Daphne's attempt at building a friendship with her field hockey teammate, Sharee, has been met with lukewarm reception at best, and it takes a turn for the worse when Sharee gets in trouble at school. Bay agrees to help her art teacher Teresa set up a showing at a Minneapolis gallery, in an effort to get a letter of recommendation for her art school application. Meanwhile, a business opportunity puts Regina in a conflicted position.

"Fountain" was written by Joy Gregory & Terrence Coli, and directed by Allan Arkush.

February 3, 2014
Bay is surprised by her feelings when she learns that Emmett has started dating again. Jorge asks Daphne to join him at a family function. Regina and Angelo have a heart-to-heart over their business ventures. Meanwhile, John surprises the family when he makes an unusual purchase.

"It Hurts to Wait With Love If Love Is Somewhere Else" was written by Linda Gase & Henry Robles, and directed by Melanie Mayron.

SWITCHED AT BIRTH is executive-produced by Lizzy Weiss, Paul Stupin and John Ziffren. The series stars Katie Leclerc as Daphne Vasquez, Vanessa Marano as Bay Kennish, Constance Marie as Regina Vasquez, D.W. Moffett ("Friday Night Lights") as John Kennish, Lea Thompson as Kathryn Kennish, Lucas Grabeel as Toby Kennish, Sean Berdy as Emmett Bledsoe, with guest star Marlee Matlin.

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