Switched at Birth's Daphne is caught in a love triangle.
Despite how often Daphne (Katie LeClerc) is surrounded by boy drama, it seems that she may have found herself two pretty great guys. In last week's episode, Daphne's colleague at the clinic, Campbell (RJ Mitte), expressed his feelings for her and later broke up with his girlfriend. Meanwhile, Daphne and her boss Jorge (David Castaneda) shared a passionate kiss at the end of the episode, leaving her conflicted about who, if either, she should choose.
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"You have Campbell and you have Jorge, and they are so incredibly different," LeClerc tells TVGuide.com. "Campbell is a daredevil, a risk-taker, a confident man who happens to be in a wheelchair similar to how Daphne just happens to be deaf. And Jorge reminds her of her roots and her Hispanic nature and he's kind and gentle and loving and caring. It's a toss-up between the two. She could find something to love in both of them. So right now it's like, 'You two duke it out, find out who the winner is and come back to me.'"
Mitte adds that the fallout is somewhat of a mental battle between the guys. "There's a fight that ensues, but it's more of a look and marking your territory."
For the time being, Daphne will keep both men at bay with the triangle coming to a head in the March 3 dance episode that mostly takes place in Daphne's dream sequence.
"[My] dance is especially fun because of the love triangle," LeClerc says. "I have this spicy, sultry salsa dance with Jorge and Campbell. Emmett (Sean Berdy) and Bay (Vanessa Marano) have a dance together and Kathryn (Lea Thompson) and Renzo (Alec Mapa). I've been pitching from the pilot on that we should do a dance episode. I mean, we have [Lucas Grabeel] from High School Musical!"