‘What Would You Do?’ Segment Filmed in El Paso to Air Friday
The segment of the ABC show What Would You Do that was filmed in El Paso several months ago is scheduled to air this Friday, Aug. 9 at 8 p.m.
As 93.1 KISS-FM first reported, show host John Quinones and his crew set up inside Mac’s Place on Mills this past April and put unsuspecting El Pasoans to the test over “today’s immigration issues.”
The ABC show secretly films people's reactions when faced with a dilemma, typically a morally challenging situation where the unsuspecting bystander has to decide if he or she will restore the viewer’s faith in humanity or mind his or her own business.
The moral situation visitors to the restaurant were confronted with and that will be part of the show's summer premiere is that of "a woman [facing] criticism for sponsoring a young immigrant child," per the ABC website. A behind-the-scenes clip of what will presumably air Friday night posted by Quinones in April can be viewed below.
"WWYD?" in El Paso
Mac's plans to celebrate its WWYD feature appearance with a public "Watch Party" on Friday beginning at 7 p.m. Mac's is located at 315 East Mills on the corner of Kansas and Mills.
A post on its Facebook says you can park for free after 6 p.m. at the city hall parking lot between Kansas and Campbell.