“We come back and its 10 months later and it’s like all this stuff has happened but you don’t know what it is yet and it all gets revealed within the first 20 minutes,” she teases.
“You find these characters who have matured so much or think they have matured so much but then they get dragged right back to where they were and they’re fighting against it so that’s, I think, the fun of it.”
On how the series and her character, Bay Kennish, will bid farewell:
“There weren’t a lot of discussions about that, it was going to be what it was going to be. That’s how it’s always been with Switched at Birth. [Creator] Lizzy [Weiss] as a storyteller loves to reveal. She doesn’t want anyone to know until it’s written on the page so she can see your face – that is the most satisfying thing in the world for her.”
“I think [fans will find it satisfying], because what’s nice about it is it does tie everything up and all the characters come out on top if that makes sense, not necessarily in the way you’d expect though. They get what they want but they didn’t necessarily realize that’s they wanted.”