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Using hidden cameras, host John QuiƱones 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 student tells her friend she's providing companionship to men in return for money to pay for school; a shopper starts crying when she learns the dress she want's isn't available in her size; women belittle a stay-at-home dad.
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Thought-provoking scenarios on racial bias, aging out of the foster care system, and sobriety.
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When a woman brings an immigrant child to a restaurant, she is told she should be helping American children; a woman dismisses her friend's postpartum depression; sorority members tell a girl with Down syndrome she can't join because she's different.
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A coach discourages a young baseball player from coming out as gay; a waitress is rude to a veteran with a traumatic brain injury; a customer in a clothing store starts rearranging items; a young man confronts his father about his gambling.
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People react in Mississippi and New York to a man publicly displaying the Confederate flag; a coffee shop manager berates a cashier who offers free food to a homeless man; a man plots revenge against his ex; a mother becomes embarrassed by her son.

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