Wednesday, May 23, 2018

What Would You Do? 5/24 on ABC

New Episode of ABC News’ ‘What Would You Do?’ Features Discrimination, Scams and More, on May 24

May 23, 2018


 “What Would You Do?” Airs Thursday, May 24 (10:00 – 11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC


A new episode of “What Would You Do?” airs Thursday, May 24 (10:00–11:00 p.m. EDT), and the season continues Fridays, beginning Friday, June 15 (9:00–10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC.

What Would You Do?” with anchor John Quiñones reveals how people behave when they think no one is watching by using hidden cameras to record people’s real reactions to thought-provoking scenarios created by actors.

Thursday, May 24, scenarios include: 

  • Grandparents are out to lunch with their grandchildren. While waiting for their meals, the grandparents berate the children, complaining that they are spoiled, ill-mannered children who are being ruined by their lenient parents. How will other diners react?
  • One restaurant customer rants loudly at a waitress that the customer she is helping – a young man with Down Syndrome – is taking too long to order and he should be served before the young man is. The rude customer insults the young man’s ability to eat at a restaurant independently. What will others say? Will they step in to prevent the cruel comments? 
  • A woman starts to interfere with her boyfriend’s bartending job by insulting him as he talks to other customers and accusing him of flirting. Will customers come to the bartender’s defense?
  • Thinking that they will love him, a young woman is about to introduce her parents to her boyfriend. Instead, her parents react very differently when they find out her boyfriend is Jewish, making it clear that they want her to date someone of their faith. Will those who overhear comment on the situation?    
  • Two senior citizens are out to lunch when a businessman approaches them and uses his charm to strike up a conversation. He proceeds to explain an investment opportunity, which is really a scam, but they are sold and do not detect the lies. Will other diners come to their aid?

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