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Bay Kennish is a teenager who grew up in a wealthy family with two parents and a brother. Fellow teen Daphne Vasquez, who lost her hearing at an early age, was raised by a single mother in a working-class neighborhood. One day in her high-school chemistry class, Bay discovers that her blood type doesn't match either of her parents'. Official tests confirm that Bay is not her parents' birth child. When the Kennish family meets Daphne and her mom, Regina, they realize that the girls were switched at birth. The news prompts the Kennishes to allow Regina -- who is experiencing financial difficulties -- Daphne and Daphne's grandmother to live in their guest house. The two polar-opposite families struggle to learn how to live together for the sake of the girls, who try to keep their footing in both the world they know and the new one into which they are thrown.

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Kathryn discovers a long-buried family secret; Daphne and Mingo compete for a paid internship; Bay struggles to prove herself as an artist to John; Toby meets a woman who changes his perception about his son's future; Regina takes a chance on love.
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Travis' dinner with his birth mother dredges up painful memories of his childhood assault; Daphne considers helping Chris cheat on a test; Regina receives an unexpected visit.
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A party at Bay and Daphne's apartment quickly grows out of control; Simone's appearance sparks insecurities and competitive behavior; Daphne suspects Chris is hiding a big secret; Kathryn and Regina notice a questionable text on Luca's phone.
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Bay and Daphne's introduction to a mysterious young woman causes them to remember their deceased father, Angelo; Toby is caught in the middle of his mother's wishes and his wife's feelings about religion; Melody asks her sons to make amends.
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Daphne becomes concerned when she notices her old mentor, Dr. Jackson, making mistakes with his patients; Bay learns that Noelle plagiarizes her work; Kathryn and John try to rekindle their romance.
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The Black Student Union takes a stand against the university administration; Sharee, Iris and Chris react to the racial tensions in different ways.
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After Daphne and Sharee witness a threat to the Black Student Union, Daphne attempts to make sense of the escalating racial tensions on campus.
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Toby and Lily return from London and announce their plans to get married; Regina considers whether she should tell the family about her relationship with Luca; Bay runs into Tank.
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Daphne and Mingo dress up as their favorite singers for a college party, but backlash over their costume choice escalates into a discussion of race relations and free speech; Regina and Luca team up for a class project.
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Bay and Daphne rush home from China after they receive an emergency call; Bay has conflicting feelings toward a troubled Emmett; Kathryn's job creates problems with John; a secret tryst leaves Regina with feelings of guilt.
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Bay showcases her work in her first art show; Daphne applies for an international internship that would bring her closer to Quinn; Kathryn becomes upset with John when he storms out of a deal negotiation; Regina is confronted over Eric's secret.
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Bay hosts Lily's baby shower when Regina is called away by an emergency; Kathryn gets into an argument with Professor Marillo, leaving Daphne caught in the middle.
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Bay believes she is ready for a new relationship while others have their doubts; Daphne's correspondence with Quinn leads to problems with Mingo; John and Kathryn investigate financial opportunities; Lily and Toby prepare to be parents.
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Daphne and Mingo raise funds for a sign-language school in Mexico; Bay becomes angered when her art is appropriated by a student; Regina pays the price for prying into Eric's past; Toby and Lily face hard decisions.
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Daphne and Mingo learn that bad blood exists between their parents; Bay has an awkward encounter with Tank at a restaurant.
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Daphne, Bay and Travis head to rural Mexico with Melody to distribute hearing aids to the underprivileged.
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Bay learns about Regina's plans to move out of the guest house; Kathryn and John consider the financial benefits of product endorsements; Daphne rides with an ambulance crew.
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Regina decides to go to Atlanta to learn more about the mother of Eric's son; John lashes out at Toby when he asks for financial support; Travis visits Emmett in Los Angeles and is disappointed to find out how much he has changed.
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Bay finds herself under scrutiny following her return to school; Daphne's poor chemistry grade impacts her scholarship; John struggles with financial difficulties; Daphne reconsiders her compatibility with Mingo.
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Bay struggles with a broken heart; Daphne is excited about her new relationship with Mingo, although her friends feel differently; Regina investigates Eric's ex-wife; news of a pregnancy creates a shock.
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Bay pays a surprise visit to Emmett in Los Angeles; Daphne is afraid her family will be disappointed with her performance in school; Kathryn and Toby receive an opportunity to have their musical produced.

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