ABC-TV’s ‘What Would You Do’ Comes to Court Street To Find One Good Samaritan

ABC-TV’s What Would You Do hits Brooklyn Heights in this week’s encore episode. Okay, purists will note that the scene of the episode “Zap Wine and Liquors” at 105 Court Street is technically on the Downtown Brooklyn side of things… but we digress.

The show’s premise every week is quite simple: “Actors” do “wacky” or “outrageous” things in front of “regular folks” and we (and host John Quinones) wait to see if they “do the right thing.”

In the Heights episode, a rogue liquor store clerk fails to tell a patron that her lottery ticket is a winner while pocketing the dough himself. YOU WON’T BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENS. Actually, you probably will. Watch the video after the jump.

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  • v

    That show is despicable. Remember the Key Foods episode?

  • Quinn Raymond

    Seriously, there is something wrong with the premise of the show. It’s predatory.

  • David on Middagh

    It’s the prank phone call revamped for the reality-TV crowd.

  • Heightsman

    It’s a repeat episode….come on BHB. Was aired originally at least a year ago. Next.

  • Knight

    Heightsman: that’s why it’s called an “encore episode.” They should have filmed it on Montague. There are enough busibodies there that the show certainly would have recorded more “good samaritans.”

  • Bette

    I agree with V that the whole premise of the show is horrible. Setting people up to see if they do the “right” thing and then humiliating them if they don’t: what is the point of this? It’s just depressing either way. It is completely grim.

  • Master Of Middagh

    What happens when the guy at the counter argues with me about being a thief and then I leap over the counter and start throttling him? Would they show that part on t.v.? I know I’d watch…

  • Heightsman

    Knight: Let’s start posting more “encore” news….great idea. Fail.

  • Knight

    If you think you can do a better job of reporting, put your money where your mouth is & give Homer a call. Otherwise…