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On Switched at Birth Season 4 Episode 12, Bay decides to enroll in a Spanish class at UMKC. On her first day in class, she's reminded of the sexual assault she experienced when students realize who she is and start talking about her. Bay comes up with a plan to get out of school and be taught by Regina, but Regina isn't able to teach her because she's busy. Bay tries to make things worse, but she can't shake the feeling everyone is talking about her. Bay confides in Kathryn about what has been going on and Kathryn urges Bay to continue to go to school and hold her head up high and ignore those around her. Meanwhile, Travis reveals to Bay that he knows what she is going through because he was sexually assaulted at the age of twelve by a family friend and never told anyone about what happened to him. Bay eventually realizes she needs to go on with her life and decides to continue her education.

Lily finally tells Toby about her pregnancy and he doesn't take things well. After Toby has a talk with Daphne, who accidentally reveals the baby has down syndrome, Toby goes to talk to Lily and they have an adult conversation about what they need to do. In the end, they still don't come to a final decision about what they want to do regarding the pregnancy. 

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Switched at Birth Season 4 Episode 12 Quotes

Lily: [at Toby's apartment] We need to talk.
Toby: I don't have anything to say. [Lily walks past Toby into his apartment] Made it pretty clear you think you're too good for me.
Lily: I'm pregnant.
Toby: Are you sure?
Lily: Of course I'm sure. Do you think I'm making this up?
Toby: Well, is it mine?
Lily: Yes it's yours.
Toby: How is that such a terrible thing to ask? You said you were into somebody else!
Lily: I said I was confused. I also said that nothing happened with him. I was faithful to you, I was honest with you all along. I didn't do anything wrong.

Mingo: [after hearing about what's going on with Toby] Wow that's so heavy.
Daphne: Yeah, it's a lot.
Mingo: Happened to my aunt and uncle too, but um, you know.
Daphne: Well that's what most people do these days.
Mingo: Yeah. It makes sense.
Daphne: I don't think that's the obvious thing to do. Is that what you're saying?
Mingo: I am saying, that kid would have a really hard life. I think we can agree on that.
Daphne: No.
Mingo: You're not willing to admit that a family with a down syndrome kid would have a tougher life than other families?
Daphne: I think it requires more adjustments. Maybe even sacrifice, but I am sure that they have as much love and affection and happiness as any other family.
Mingo: OK.
Daphne: Do you think that my life is harder than a hearing person?
Mingo: Well, yeah.
Daphne: But you're wrong, it isn't.
Mingo: You said yourself that's maybe why you got a D in chemistry.
Daphne: I was just having a moment of weakness.
Mingo: Daphne, of course it is harder. I mean you can't hear music.
Daphne: Of course I can, in my own way.
Mingo: You can't go places where it's dark because you have to read lips.
Daphne: So I go where it's light or go with people who can sign.
Mingo: But it's harder.
Daphne: No, it isn't!