Katie Leclerc, Vanessa Marano, and Lea Thompson attempt to explain their characters' journeys from the past five seasons in 30 seconds.

By Dalene Rovenstine
March 20, 2017 at 08:30 AM EDT
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Switched at Birth is celebrating the big one: 100.

After six years and in its final season, the once ABC Family, now Freeform show is about to air its 100th episode.

Throughout those 100 episodes, the characters — and the actors — have had quite the journey. To commemorate this milestone, three of the stars attempted to describe their characters’ journeys in 30 seconds or less. They don’t quite get to all the past story lines, but the attempts are entertaining for long-term fans of the show nonetheless.

Above, Vanessa Marano hits on Bay Kennish’s highlights: lots of boyfriends and “then she had like a kind of lesbian relationship with a street artist girl but we don’t talk about her anymore.” Marano finished off with two seconds to spare with the simple exclamation of “China!”

Katie Leclerc reminds viewers that Daphne Vasquez once did cocaine, secretly dated Angry Chef Jeff, and is currently protesting alongside members of the Black Student Union.

And Lea Thompson keeps up with her “daughters” in explaining Kathryn Kennish’s major plotlines of the past five seasons.

But the real MVP of these videos is the interpreter, who is able to sign what the three actors are saying under the 30-second marks as well.

Be sure to watch Switched at Birth’s 100 episode Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on Freeform.

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