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Using hidden cameras, host John Quiñones observes and comments on how ordinary people behave when they are confronted with dilemmas that require them either to take action or to walk by and mind their own business. Various scenarios are created that force people to make split-second -- and often surprising -- decisions, and variations of the situation (such as changing the genders, races or clothing of the people involved) are often featured to see if different reactions are elicited. Examples of situations on the show include a waitress being harassed by her boss, and a drunken valet trying to park cars.

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A cashier prevents customers from helping a woman with food stamps; a young boy tells strangers his parents left him to play alone; Chinese parents react poorly when their son tells them he's gay; fraternity brothers publicly haze recruits.
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A café manager takes issue with a customer's politically-themed attire; two parents reprimand their 30-year-old son for still living at home; teens push a homeless man to humiliate himself in exchange for cash.
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A woman reacts to news of her friend's pregnancy by telling her she's too old; a waitress insults diners who struggle with English; a waiter's chatting interferes with his job; a minor asks older customers to buy e-cigarettes for him.
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A muscular female trainer is insulted for being too fit; a man and woman tell their teen child that they are separating; a man asks fellow diners to watch his laptop while he steps away; children are being disruptive at a restaurant.
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Actor Chauncey Leopardi; a child tries to purchase an autographed baseball for his dad to replace the one he ruined; a server struggles to take a customer's order; a mom forces her daughter to try on clothing that is too small; a couple is harassed.

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