History Series / WhatWouldYouDo

14th Jul '17 5:47:50 AM littlebeeper
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* ArmouredClosetGay: A variation was done combined with YourCheatingHeart. The segment in question had and actor and actress, portraying a husband and his pregnant wife, going into a crowded restaurant when the wife excuses herself to go to the restroom. Soon, a third actor, portraying the husband's lover comes in and convinces him to tell his wife that he's "going back to the office," when she comes out of the bathroom.

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* ArmouredClosetGay: A variation was done combined with YourCheatingHeart. The segment in question had and an actor and actress, portraying a husband and his pregnant wife, going into a crowded restaurant when the wife excuses herself to go to the restroom. Soon, a third actor, portraying the husband's lover comes in and convinces him to tell his wife that he's "going back to the office," when she comes out of the bathroom.
11th Jul '17 9:47:00 PM Lanes17B
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* CreatorCameo: A variation. Jimenez has stated numerous times that his parents were illegal immigrants, and he helped them work in the fields picking food, so in the segment where a (real life) day laborer was denied service at a restaurant by a racist cashier (an actor), he joined in to catch people's reactions.

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* CreatorCameo: A variation. Jimenez John Quiñones has stated numerous times that his parents were illegal immigrants, and he helped them work in the fields picking food, so in the segment where a (real life) day laborer was denied service at a restaurant by a racist cashier (an actor), he joined in to catch people's reactions.



* TheIllegal: In one segment, Jimenez brought in a day laborer to see [[ArcWords what would happen]] if people saw him being denied service by a racist restaurant employee, portrayed by an actor of course. Most people defended the laborer and since the cashier would not serve the laborer, [[LoopholeAbuse they bought an item for themselves, and gave it to the laborer.]] There were several instances where another customer agreed, with some white people who agreed that the laborer should "go back to where he came from," and an African-American man who stated that things were bad enough for the African-American community without having to compete for jobs against an ethnic group that was willing to work for lower wages. The latter changed his mind when he saw how badly the laborer was treated, and how some people failed to sympathize with a man who, despite only wanting to pay for something to eat, was discriminated against because of his background.

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* TheIllegal: In one One segment, Jimenez Quiñones brought in a number of Latino actors and actresses, portraying illegal day laborer to see [[ArcWords what would happen]] if people saw him being laborers that were berated and denied service by a racist restaurant employee, portrayed by an actor because of course. Most their backgrounds. A number of people defended the laborer stood up for them, and since the cashier would not serve the laborer, laborers, [[LoopholeAbuse they bought an item for themselves, and gave it to the laborer.them.]] There were several instances where another customer agreed, with some white A number of people who agreed with the "cashier" that not only should he not serve them, but that the laborer workers should "go go back to where he they came from," and from, including an African-American African American man who stated that things were bad enough for the African-American community without having to compete for jobs against an ethnic group that was willing to work for lower wages. The latter changed his mind when he saw how badly the laborer was laborers were treated, and how some people failed to sympathize with a man who, despite only wanting to pay for something to eat, was people who were discriminated against simply because of his their background.
11th Jul '17 9:29:05 PM Lanes17B
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* CreatorCameo: A variation. Jimenez has stated numerous times that his parents were illegal immigrants, and he helped them work in the fields picking food, so in the segment where a (real life) day laborer was denied service at a restaurant by a racist cashier (an actor), he joined in to catch people's reactions.


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* TheIllegal: In one segment, Jimenez brought in a day laborer to see [[ArcWords what would happen]] if people saw him being denied service by a racist restaurant employee, portrayed by an actor of course. Most people defended the laborer and since the cashier would not serve the laborer, [[LoopholeAbuse they bought an item for themselves, and gave it to the laborer.]] There were several instances where another customer agreed, with some white people who agreed that the laborer should "go back to where he came from," and an African-American man who stated that things were bad enough for the African-American community without having to compete for jobs against an ethnic group that was willing to work for lower wages. The latter changed his mind when he saw how badly the laborer was treated, and how some people failed to sympathize with a man who, despite only wanting to pay for something to eat, was discriminated against because of his background.
11th Jul '17 9:09:17 PM Lanes17B
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*ArmouredClosetGay: A variation was done combined with YourCheatingHeart. The segment in question had and actor and actress, portraying a husband and his pregnant wife, going into a crowded restaurant when the wife excuses herself to go to the restroom. Soon, a third actor, portraying the husband's lover comes in and convinces him to tell his wife that he's "going back to the office," when she comes out of the bathroom.



* HonorRelatedAbuse: One segment had a Muslim "family" go to a restaurant, with the father, mother, and one of the teenaged daughters dressed in traditional attire. The other "daughter" was berated by her "father" for wearing a denim mini skirt and a tank top, and he even said she was "dressed like a whore."



* Profiling: Has been done in numerous segments.

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* Profiling: {{Profiling}}: Has been done in numerous segments.
11th Jul '17 8:56:35 PM Lanes17B
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*** Soon after, they had the [[SpoiledBrat "daughter"]] berating and threatening the nanny with getting fired.
11th Jul '17 8:39:52 PM Lanes17B
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* Profiling: Has been done in numerous segments.
** Two memorable example include a saleswoman in a high-end store, played by a white actress, loudly and clearly telling potential costumer, played by an African-American actress, to go away because she (the costumer) was planning to steal the merchandise. Another showed a number of people calling the police because a group of (African-American) young men were acting suspiciously. What were they doing that was so suspicious? Napping inside a car.
3rd Jun '17 12:17:43 PM nombretomado
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** Barbara Corcoran has appeared as herself, and a scenario in which the actors play prospective ''WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' contestants who openly attempt to cheat on the entrance exam, host Meredith Vieira appeared as herself.

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** Barbara Corcoran has appeared as herself, and a scenario in which the actors play prospective ''WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' ''Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' contestants who openly attempt to cheat on the entrance exam, host Meredith Vieira appeared as herself.
23rd Mar '17 7:46:29 AM DynamiteXI
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** For some scenarios, it's the marks who has the rude/offensive actions.

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** For some scenarios, it's the marks who has have the rude/offensive actions.
20th Mar '17 8:09:09 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with the early-90s {{Nickelodeon}} game show ''[[Series/WhatWouldYouDoNickelodeon What Would You Do?]]'', although oddly, both series feature hidden cameras as an element.

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Not to be confused with the early-90s {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} game show ''[[Series/WhatWouldYouDoNickelodeon What Would You Do?]]'', although oddly, both series feature hidden cameras as an element.
14th Nov '16 6:50:23 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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Not to be confused with the early-90s {{Nickelodeon}} game show ''[[Series/WhatWouldYouDoNickelodeon What Would You Do?]]''.

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Not to be confused with the early-90s {{Nickelodeon}} game show ''[[Series/WhatWouldYouDoNickelodeon What Would You Do?]]''.
Do?]]'', although oddly, both series feature hidden cameras as an element.
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