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What Would You Do? - Series Four Part 4: 2/10/12 [DVD] [NTSC]
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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.
Baby Monitor Mother: A new mother sits in a bakery looking annoyed. Beside her is a fairly odd accessory - a baby monitor - monitoring a baby from her upstairs apartment. The mom asks other customers to listen because she needs a break from the baby and heads out down the street. Will the customers watch the baby, go after the mother, or call the police?
Vegetarian/Vegan Discrimination: In a restaurant, a mother orders a vegan meal for her child. A couple sitting at the next table tries to convince the mother and child that they need meat/protein. At one point when the mother steps away, the couple tries to get the child to eat bacon. Will anyone step in?
Cover it Up: A person with a very obvious port wine stain birthmark visits a busy make-up counter and asks for help selecting a new lipstick. The make-up artist instead insists on offering products to cover-up the port wine stain. Will other customers say anything?
"Pray Away the Gay": What would you do if you were at a restaurant and overheard a "therapist" telling a gay teenager that it is possible to change someone's sexuality simply by "praying it away"?
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