- So far that hasn't been brought up but the $5000 fine does seem more than a little bit high for one tagging of an empty billboard. They must at least suspect he's the source of it.
- But remember how in the first episode, Ty says that the penalty for graffiti is a ten thousand dollar fine and thirty days in jail? Presumably, Emmett got of light. Which brings up certain Unfortunate Implications...
- They do have a case that the police escalated to excessive force that would've been unnecessary had they not failed to identify themselves in a way a deaf person could comprehend (which would've been a simple matter of switching on the red/blue roof lights).
- There's also the matter that the city straddles a state line with possibly very different penalties depending on whether they were able to connect him with graffiti in Missouri, Kansas or both.
But seriously, Regina and Bay both went to great lengths to learn sign language to comminicate with a deaf loved one, and if the last episode of Season 1 is of any indication (not to mention that this is an ABC Family show), there does seem to be a bit of a Love Triangle brewing between Travis, Daphne and Wilke. Daphne certainly seems to have taken some interest in Travis. Only time will tell though...
- Yes there is - that's the timeline we've been watching all along.
- No, I meant a timeline where Regina tells them about the switch when the girls are 3, and has Daphne taken away and given to the Kennishes, but John decides to still allow her access, rather than banning her from seeing the girls.