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What if Regina had told the hospital about the switch when she discovered it years ago? And what if both girls had been raised in the privileged Kennish household from age three? In "Ecce Mono," this alternate reality is revealed: Daphne has a cochlear implant, and doesn't know American Sign Language. Having been spoiled by her parents to make up for the switch, she's manipulative and not the best student. Bay, on the other hand, is a straight-A student, often trying to compensate for being the Kennishes' non-biological daughter. In addition, Kathryn is a successful author of bodice-ripping novels and, while still married to State Senator John Kennish, their marriage is far from perfect.
Source: ABC Family
John enters the kitchen, sweaty and thirsty. He throws his arm around his wife just before she calls a young Toby and young Bay to breakfast. Kathryn puts Bay into her chair and sets the food down as the phone rings. John picks it up and a stunned look crosses his face. He silences the kids to keep them quiet so he can hear and Kathryn asks what’s wrong. He puts the phone down...Read the full recap