ABC's hidden camera, ethical dilemma series What Would You Do? puts ordinary people on the spot. From bullying to abuse, racial attacks and more.
A makeup counter employee pushes concealer on a woman who has a birthmark; two men try to scam a free meal by putting a bug in the soup; a drunken father asks his young son to drive him; a man kisses another man when his wife goes to the lavatory.
Scenarios include observing the theft of a laptop; a man telling two teen girls that he's a photographer and could make them famous models; a man expressing disgust after overhearing a gay-marriage proposal; and a prospective dog adopter confiding that he wants the dog for fighting.
Scenarios include a homeless person being robbed by passersby; hard-to-please brides-to-be and surly salespeople in a bridal shop; and children of various ages who threaten their mothers with violence.
Hidden cameras capture people's reactions to everyday dilemmas that test their character and values; a bakery owner refuses a Muslim woman service; girls bully another girl in a park; a woman
Cameras capture people's reactions to an attack on the homeless, a nonhandicapped person parking in a space for the handicapped, a waiter or waitress flirting with a diner's spouse, and strangers' embarrassing moments.
Hidden cameras capture people's reactions to a couple's nearly violent domestic dispute, a person in need, and a waiter flirting with one's partner.
Teens verbally abuse an overweight woman; witnesses try to identify a purse-snatcher; a bride's choice of wedding gown dismays friends and family; whether to tell a friend a spouse is cheating.
Latino actors acting as day laborers are refused food in a short-order restaurant. Then two Mexican women are refused their order as well. Next, John Quinones and the team travel to Paris where two actors really smother locals with obnoxious American stereotypes. What if someone wanted the table you were eating at in a restaurant? What would you do if that pricey bottle of wine was left off the bill by mistake?
Watch how people react when a stranger puts powder in someone's drink. An actor plays a man stealing gas. Another actor brings an overloaded grocery cart to the express check-out line!
It's another explosive episode featuring actors stealing from an open house while others are present. What happens when people crash wedding nights for real? And stealing from the blind at a bakery gets especially heated.
Things get heated when a life-like baby doll is left in a car with an actress playing her mother. What would you do if you saw a nanny being mistreated by the child's parent? Finally, would you intervene a man who can't take the hint that a girl is not interested in him? The team set up a situation where a woman gets over-the-top flirtation.
Similar to the last episode, an open house real estate agent played by an actor behaves prejudiced towards certain races. Would you let a senior drive if he seemed unable too? You might be surprised at the results. Finally, you are at a park and see a stranger approach an unattended child. What if the stranger has different characteristics?
An experiment involving teens vandalizing a car. Obnoxious cell phone users in your radius. Also, would you get someone gas if they asked for it. What would you do in these situations? WWYD captures the reactions of those who passed by.
What would you do if someone collapses on the street? How would you react to a mother of the bride saying increasingly nasty things with the bride to be. College hazing in the middle of the parking lot. Finally, a birth control prescription refused by a pharmacist.
What would you do if you saw a young teen being forced into a polygamous marriage. How about a Latino hate crime? What would you do if you saw a thief stealing from someone on the beach? How far would you go in telling lies about a faulty infomercial product?
A black women tries to shop in a department store but is racially profiled by the manager. Do you do as told by a stranger with authority tells you to do? What would you do if the person you met online inaccurately portrays themselves and you meet up with them in a bar? Finally, A gay couple gets affectionate in a sports bar.
Hidden cameras capture how bystanders react to seeing doctors drinking at a bar before their shifts begin, a husband berating his wife for wearing a bikini too soon after giving birth, and a mother walking her young children around on leashes.
Hidden cameras catch patrons' reactions when a new mother brings her infant to a bar and then has a few too many drinks, and when a store clerk is rude to a young jewish couple.
Hidden cameras catch people's reactions to a teenager emotionally abusing his girlfriend, a customer attempting to pull off a slip-and-fall scam, and an overweight woman and her daughter receiving criticism for their choices at a grocery store.
Hidden cameras capture people's reactions to a tipsy teenager stumbling toward his car, a father reacting poorly to his son claiming to be gay, and a woman insulting her daughter's ice skating.
Hidden cameras capture people's reactions to a waiter's treatment of two men dressed as women, a pregnant woman drinking alcohol, and a person stealing a bike.
Hidden cameras capture people's reactions to a group of girls verbally attacking another in a park, a waiter asking a lesbian couple with children to leave a restaurant, a baby left in a car, racial profiling and an obnoxious cell phone user.
Emergency medical technicians ignore a woman who collapsed, teenagers leave a restaurant without paying, and a group of teens taunts an elderly man.
Teens pretend to get drunk in public; men on the street harass an attractive woman; an elderly person shoplifts; a woman confesses she is marrying her older fiance for his money.
Hidden cameras catch people's reactions to a waiter suggesting low-calorie alternatives to an overweight customer, an interracial couple being harassed in a bar, and a woman without enough food stamps to cover her groceries.