Dec. 10, 2010 -- From bullying to abuse, racial attacks and public humiliation, "What Would You Do?" has captured people's split-second and often surprising decisions when they're thrust into real-life ethical scenarios.
Do you have a favorite scenario from season's past that you want to see again?
Vote for your favorite scenario from the list below, and it might be featured on a special "Viewers' Choice" episode of "What Would You Do?," Friday, Dec. 17 at 9 p.m. ET.
Cast your vote and read below for more on each scenario.
'What Would You Do?' Scenarios
Pharmacy Costs: An older woman goes to the pharmacy to get her diabetes prescription filled. She gives the pharmacist her prescription, but instead of a small co-pay the cost comes to $140.00. Unable to pay the bill, she dissolves into tears and other customers watch in dismay. What will other customers do and say? Will they come to her aide?
Day Laborers: Two Latino men who place a simple order at a deli are met by extreme prejudice from the cashier. We capture the reactions of the other customers as they wrestle with how to respond to the scenario.
Cell Phone:A loud obnoxious caller is disrupting everyone's meal. How much cell-phone chatter will people tolerate? What if the caller is a woman? Does that matter?