Here is a hidden camera investigation focused on suburban New Jersey adults purchasing alcohol for actors posing as thirsty teenagers. It is hard-hitting exposes like this one that Edward R. Murrow had in mind when he invented broadcast journalism in 1948.
CHOIRE: A new Hidden Cameras video!
BALK: I was just looking at that. I need to listen all the way through to see if pee-drinking is mentioned
CHOIRE: So far I give it two wtfs out of three.
CHOIRE: Okay, it's Bronski Beat for the Arcade Fire generation, I can get down with that.
BALK: Ugh I no like when it switches at a minute and a half in.
CHOIRE: Well, at least they kind of made a song.
BALK: I guess I should give up on hoping for another "Music Is My Boyfriend."
CHOIRE: sigh yeah[...]