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When you think no one is watching… "What Would You Do?" Using hidden cameras, What Would You Do? establishes everyday scenarios and then captures people's reactions. Whether people are compelled to act or mind their own business, John Quiñones reports on their split-second and often surprising decision-making process.
A crying baby is left unattended in a hot car; a mother brings her transgender daughter to a dress shop to buy a prom dress; a runaway bride seeks advice in a bar.
Two buffet customers are heckled because of their weight; a nanny verbally abuses a child; a thief removes coins from a fountain.
A nanny pours sleep medicine into toddlers' drinks; a woman insists that her daughter use a tanning booth; a lesbian couple are not allowed to purchase a wedding cake.
A Muslum woman struggles to change her tire on a suburban street; a 16-year-old boy doesn't know how to react when the teenage girl he thought he was meeting turns out to be in her 40s; a husband is annoyed to learn he's having another daughter.
A white woman is harassed for having an adopted black child; a drunken father brings his young son to a bar; a woman falls for a scam involving an alleged Nigerian man in need of cash.
Overweight teens are berated at the beach; dining teens skip out on the bill; a woman and her service dog are turned away at a restaurant.
A drunken woman pressures her 11-year-old to drive her home; a grocery store manager overworks a young employee; a man on his anniversary dinner cheats with a nearby patron.
A creepy photographer recruits hopeful models; a couple attempt to adopt a dog to enter into fights; cafe patrons witness the theft of a laptop.
A pregnant woman gets drunk at a bar; a well-dressed gentleman steals money from a homeless person in order to purchase a coffee; an angry child causes a disturbance in a store.
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