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  • (electronic beeping)

  • (suspenseful music)

  • - Hey Daniel, could you pass me the blue?

  • - No, I'm using it right now.

  • - Darcy, Daniel won't share the blue crayon with me.

  • - Oh my god, you guys are driving me crazy.

  • Just sit here and don't get into trouble.

  • I need a grown up time out.

  • (blowing raspberry)

  • - Hey there, what can I get for you?

  • - Definitely need a shot of tequila...

  • or two.

  • - [John] It's a scenario ripped

  • from a shocking set of headlines.

  • - That babysitter is facing charges.

  • Accused of drinking on the job.

  • - Police say she was intoxicated.

  • - Long Island babysitter, who was accused of

  • driving drunk on the job with four children in the car.

  • - [John] With dangerous stories like

  • these popping up all over the news,

  • we just had to find out.

  • If you witnessed a babysitter bellying up to the bar.

  • - Come on guys, let's go.

  • I told your mom I'd have you home in time for dinner.

  • (Darcy burps)

  • - [John] What would you do?

  • (upbeat funky music)

  • Our hidden cameras are rolling at the Sunset Pub and Grill.

  • - Seriously?

  • Can you shut up?

  • I need a little adult time out.

  • - [John] And our babysitter is ready for a beverage.

  • - These kids are driving me crazy, sorry.

  • Can I have a shot of tequila please?

  • - Shot of tequila?

  • - Yes, thank you.

  • I'm praying this helps.

  • - That's the spirit. (laughing)

  • - [John] At first he appears to empathize with her.

  • - I hope that helps. (laughing)

  • - [Darcy] Thank you, me too.

  • - [John] But then we tell her to order another shot.

  • - [Darcy] All right, down the hatch.

  • (suspenseful music)

  • - [John] When the alcohol appears to set in.

  • - [Darcy] Sorry.

  • - [John] He makes a swift exit.

  • - Can somebody have eyes on him, where is he going?

  • - [Dispatcher] 911, what is your emergency?

  • - [Man] There's a woman that's leaving the Sunset Pub.

  • She's got two little kids with her,

  • and she's like stumblin' all over.

  • If you come right now, you can still catch her.

  • - [John] Time for us to catch up with him.

  • Sir, it's "What Would You Do?" the TV show.

  • - I gotta hang up with the police.

  • - They know about it. (chuckling)

  • What were you thinking?

  • - I didn't really want to step in too close,

  • but I'm a volunteer fireman.

  • - Let me see your back.

  • Let's see that.

  • Oh, there you go. (chuckling)

  • What might happen?

  • She's gonna hit somebody

  • or drive off the road and two little kids are dead.

  • I see it too much on the fire department.

  • I'm gonna stop this outside.

  • - He wouldn't let her drive away.

  • What do you think of that?

  • - I think it's pretty heroic.

  • - [John] Heroic.

  • - [Fireman] Thank you.

  • - [John] Our babysitter is back at the bar.

  • - I need another please.

  • Oh, they're driving me insane.

  • Thank you.

  • - Are they your children?

  • - I babysit them, but they're awful.

  • (woman laughing)

  • - Darcy, you're the worst babysitter ever.

  • I mean you're supposed to play with us!

  • - Oh my god.

  • It's not my job to play with you 24/7.

  • - [John] It's not?

  • This woman decides to tap her out.

  • - Good luck.

  • - Hi.

  • - Hi.

  • What's going on, honey?

  • Would you like to color?

  • - [John] While her husband sounds the alarm.

  • - She's got no business being

  • behind the wheel of a vehicle.

  • Never mind having kids in the car.

  • - What do you think we should do?

  • - Cut her off.

  • Don't let her drink anymore.

  • - Why did you go over there?

  • - Because I used to babysit and I like kids.

  • - She said the kids were driving her to drink.

  • - Then she's not no business taking care of kids.

  • - [John] Throughout the day,

  • Darcy continues to drown in her babysitting sorrows.

  • - Do you have kids?

  • - [Man In Red Shirt] I've got three.

  • - How do you do it?

  • - [Man In Red Shirt] Xanax.

  • - Xanax?

  • Cheers.

  • (glasses clinking)

  • - [Man In Red Shirt] I think you need a new job.

  • - [Darcy] Oh yeah.

  • (glasses clinking)

  • - [Darcy] Pick up those crayons.

  • Come on.

  • - [John] These two men watch closely

  • as she staggers out of the bar.

  • - Come on.

  • - [John] But they don't do anything to try and stop her.

  • - What do you think I should do?

  • - [Man In Blue Shirt] Nothing.

  • - [Man In Red Shirt] She's the one being irresponsible.

  • - [Man In Black Shirt] Babysitter from hell.

  • - [John] This woman has some advice for the kids.

  • - She's the worst babysitter.

  • She's always drinking.

  • - [Woman] Oh my god.

  • Have you told your mom?

  • - No.

  • - Daniel don't bother this girl.

  • Come on.

  • - [John] She watches closely as they leave the bar.

  • - You good to drive?

  • - Yeah.

  • - [John] And then voices her concern to our bartender.

  • - She's like stumbling out of here.

  • I don't wanna like get involved, but.

  • I feel bad for those kids.

  • - What do you think we should do?

  • Should we call someone?

  • - I don't know, I think so.

  • (dramatic music)

  • - Tell us what you were thinking.

  • - I was thinking that, that wasn't right.

  • - What were you trying to do?

  • - I guess stop her in some way?

  • I don't know.

  • I didn't want to make it a big scene,

  • but, when you see something like that,

  • it worries you.

  • - [John] It's last call for our babysitter.

  • - Darcy, are you getting drunk?

  • 'Cause I'm gonna tell mommy.

  • - [John] And this table of teachers is quickly tuned in.

  • - I'm a grownup.

  • I'm having a grownup drink.

  • (girl groans)

  • - [John] They tip off the bartender.

  • - If something happens to these kids

  • and we saw this happen, it's not right.

  • - [Bartender] Right.

  • - They don't want her to drive away.

  • - We're just trying to make you aware.

  • - [John] And then our babysitter makes it known

  • that she's about to get behind the wheel with those kids.

  • - Come on, I told mom it's time to go home.

  • Come on, get one of the books.

  • - [Girl] Whoa!

  • - Get the crayons off the floor.

  • Come on.

  • - [Girl] Okay, okay.

  • - [Darcy] Let's go.

  • - Are you driving those kids home?

  • - Yeah, I have to get them home.

  • - You can't walk.

  • - [John] That's when they slam on the brakes.