"What Would You Do?" then changed the variables and, with hired actors, staged a sister harassing her slim bikini wearing sibling. This time, our actress solicited the opinion of a male passerby, James.
"Let's see," said James, looking our actress up and down. "You could lose a little weight but you're not fat. I mean, you're not skinny and you're not fat."
He then looked the sister up and down and said, "She is skinnier than you."
When the sister protested that our actress should not be wearing a bikini top, James advised, "Anything goes at the beach these days."
Despite his carefree attitude, James had some surprising advice for the bikini wearer.
"Winter will be here soon, where clothes will cover up everything anyways," James said.
Our actress, laughing, said, "So, I'm fat. You're saying I'm fat."
"You could lose like 10 pounds," he advised. "Here's what you do: Eat only salads at dinner. Only salads."
Passersby were willing to step in when the person being criticized about weight was a woman. But what happened when it was a man being berated about his physique?