Skip to comments.Guy Brings His White Girlfriend To Barbershop And Gets Hated On ["What Would You Do" episode]
Posted on 12/15/2013 9:55:15 AM PST by rickmichaels
Video - In an episode of "What Would You Do", three actors play out a racist scene in a barbershop to gauge people's reactions.
This is a real show?
I’ve only seen clips of that program and it bothers me a lot. One day someone is going to get the snot beat out of them for nothing.......
I hate this ridiculous show. Everyone is an actor except the “targets”. They have already written their narrative before they started filming.
Did that black female hair dresser say to the guy ‘Isn’t a black woman good enough for you?’. Couldn’t hear it to well.
The black lady was great. Good for her.
This is a real show?
It is a real show and it actually is a great show. Sometimes people are just jerks. It is amazing what people will do without knowing a camera is on them.
The guy and girl were ACTORS!
My guess is that the black woman was also in on it.
I believe it’s just a liberal put-up fake situation.
I saw one episode back in 2008.
They were in France, and had a couple of actors portraying the "ugly Americans" in a patio restaurant; complete with "Bush 2008" T-shirts (never mind that he wasn't running in 2008). They were loud and obnoxious and were trying to get a rise out of people.
After the act was over, the host questioned some of the patrons in the restaurant. One French woman said something to the effect, after seeing the "Bush 2008" T-shirts, "It was like someone coming to a restaurant wearing a Hitler T-shirt".
The host let this pass, likely in full agreement with the woman that Bush (at the time, the current U.S. President) and Hitler were comparable.
It's not a great show.
It's a tool to enforce political correctness.
Well many on here think that Bush was awful. You can see it on many threads. Perhaps the show was just being conservative like on here. I am neutral on Bush but many here can’t stand the guy or anybody with Bush as a last name. The show is great.
I wouldn’t hang out with douchebags.
I can reciprocate, but I won’t initiate.
Excellent show, as an older white man, I was not born a racist, but, it has been thrust upon me. I have been, for the past 6 years endured an onslaught of attacks both physically, and emotionally by a young black population that never lived what they are hating for, none of them are African, they are all Americans, they may have ancestors that were African, or from some other Nation with blacks. Everything is our (my) fault, why is that. I know many fine black people. Being called racist, for anything at all, is losing its sting. Now, I refuse to respond to this ignorance. PEOPLE beget what they beget. They are responsible for their behavior, regardless of their experience. They can learn/understand/Change and leave bad situations, or they can repeat/ignore/embrace bad lessons, and blame them on others. The current President of the USA has never accepted blame or expressed regret, or led a presidency that he promised would be the most transparent since he took office. He is gutting American and blaming us for it.
The show highlighted that we have to elevate each other, and let the stereotypes of the past go, or they will repeat themselves. If you look at it, the general population is not responsible for what holds people down, just a very few at the top, and their agenda does not mirror the majority, whether your talking race discrimination, age discrimination, sex or gender discrimination. The people that are yelling the loudest, are those with a political or racial ax to grind.
I had a white friend who was dating a black guy she was regularly harassed and threatened by black women.
“Stick with your own kind whitey”.
A friend of mine is white and was dating a beautiful black man. They went to an urban theater to see the movie “Obsessed”. In it Beyonce is married to a good looking black man who gets hit on by his temp assistant, played by Ali Larter. My friend and her guy had to leave because the mood of the theater crowd was making both of them nervous about her safety.