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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.
White teens bully a Muslim peer; a couple insult their son's overweight girlfriend; an older man invites two teens to his studio to model for him; a man monitors his bartender girlfriend, calling her out for being flirty; a parent is overcritical.
A mother preferentially treats her biological child; a father criticizes his daughter; Mormon parents react negatively to their son's revelation that he is gay; parents react negatively to news of their children's engagements to a different culture.
Mothers shame gendered toy choices made by their children; a daughter disapproves of her dad's much younger girlfriend; a waiter's OCD upsets a pair of diners; a motorist struggles to change a flat tire.
A misbehaving child lies about her nanny; parents disapprove of their daughter's boyfriend; teen boys attempt selling fake concert tickets to a girl; bar patrons encourage a recovering alcoholic to have a drink; a diner asks to taste strangers' food.
Scenarios include a man pushing his pregnant wife to lose weight; friends pressuring a birthday girl to take 21 shots; a child being disruptive at her mother's place of work; a mom telling her son she can't afford to buy him a toy; and a waitress ignoring customers.
An employee refuses to take a Muslim man's passport photo; a bartender faces sexual harassment from her boss; a woman expresses disgust over two male soldiers kissing; a baseball coach refuses to buy ice cream for a player due to his performance.
A woman is harassed for having a child of another race; a man is discriminated against for his religious garb; a veteran doesn't have enough money to pay for his groceries; two women scheme to rob a man; a bartender acts unprofessionally.
New fraternity and sorority recruits are publicly hazed and humiliated; a clerk refuses service to a transgender woman; a mother and daughter argue in public about religious garb; a child with Tourette's syndrome is bullied.
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