, you know that Kathryn Kennish’s (Lea Thompson) home is covered in squirrels — and that’s just what stars Vanessa Marano and Katie Leclerc swiped from the set after wrapping the series. Vanessa also admitted that she really wanted to take something else: “There’s a dresser that I want. “I definitely have one of Kathryn’s squirrels at home,” Katie was quick to admit in a recent interview. It's funny." Since Ross says they fight like an old married couple but probably won't date while they're still working together, Raura doesn't seem likely in the near future. Do you think there's still a chance they'll get together in the future?
Vanessa advises forgiving, but not necessarily forgetting.
It's the beginning of senior year, Bay thinks Ty cheated on her because she couldn't open up to him—and she's majorly stressing. But Vanessa thinks this rough patch with Ty might be nice time for Bay to have a break from boys.
If and how Bay finds out the truth is still yet to be determined, but through While we count down to tonight's winter premiere to see what's next for Bay's love life, Vanessa's sharing the top dating advice she wishes she could give her character. "It can be hard, but [taking a break from relationships to just be single] usually helps keep you level-headed," Vanessa explains. Rule #2: Forgive, But Don't Forget When Emmett cheated on Bay, she was crushed (rightfully so) and pretty damaged, but it's hard for her to let go.
Marano played Eden on The Young and the Restless and Hope on Scoundrels.
Since June 2011, she has starred as Bay Kennish on the ABC Family TV show Switched at Birth.
It's nice to have someone to lean on when you're having a tough time, but it's also important to know that you get through things on your own and to stand up for yourself and the way you want to be treated in a relationship.