‘I Survived … Beyond And Back’: Allergic To Bees, Stung 90 Times

I Survived … Beyond And Back” (Sun., 9 p.m. ET on Biography) expands on the network’s popular “I Survived” series by adding the element of the near-death experience. In this series, the survivors all recall moments when they feel they died, or nearly died. This week’s survivor is Christi-Ann, who has a severe allergy to bees.

It’s hard to fathom the level of terror she must have been in when she fell on a beehive knowing how sensitive she is to their stings.

“One bee sting will kill me,” she said. “90 bee stings and then some will kill anybody.”

And apparently, the incident did just that, or as close to it as someone can get and come back. Christi-Ann recalled hovering over her own body on a gurney, watching as the paramedics worked on her. It was a spiritual experience that moved both Christi-Ann, and the show’s fans.

“I Survived … Beyond And Back” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on Biography.

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Coco Austin Finally Gets To Touch A Waterfall

Coco Austin has posed in front of many waterfalls in her time, but on “Ice Loves Coco” (Sun., 10:30 p.m. ET on E!) Sunday night she revealed that they were all Photoshopped.

On an anniversary trip to Hawaii with husband Ice-T she wanted to visit one for real this time. “It’s my life’s mission to touch a waterfall,” she said.

As she paddled her way out to the waterfall Ice stood on the bank — “One of us has to hold the camera,” he said — and filmed her fulfilling her life’s mission.

The romance continues on “Ice Loves Coco,” Sundays at 10:30 p.m. ET on E!.

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Robin Gibb Wakes from Coma, Responds to Family

Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb has come out of his week-long coma and is showing signs of recovery from pneumonia.

Spokesman Doug Wright told BBC News Gibb was able to nod and communicate with his family who has been by his bedside since the 62-year-old fell ill. Gibb contracted pneumonia in his battle against colon and liver cancer.

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Game of Thrones Power Shift: Joffrey Brings the Pain

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“The King can do as he likes,” King Joffrey declared on Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones. The sovereign teen exercised that right both in public and behind closed doors in a sadistic way that made that message painfully clear to his subjects and his uncle Tyrion.

Who else showed their might? Who failed to advance? TVGuide.com breaks down the power shifts in “Garden of Bones”:


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Dancing’s Melissa Gilbert: It’s Hard Not to Find the Judges’ Scores Disheartening

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When Melissa Gilbert and Maksim Chmerkovskiy were declared safe on Dancing with the Stars last week, the Little House on the Prairie alum let out a scream and then got bleeped. “I cussed at Maks,” Gilbert tells TVGuide.com. “I got mad at Maks because he had whispered in my ear, ‘Get ready to [do the Dance] Duel.’ I think I said, ‘Goddammit! You scared me!’ That’s when they bleeped me.” Bleep or no bleep, Gilbert is thrilled to not only still be in the competition after suffering a mild concussion and whiplash two weeks ago, but also to have avoided the bottom two Dance Duel despite having the second lowest-score. “That’s all thanks to our fans,” Gilbert says. See what else she has to say about her stagnant scores, the “mixed message” from the judges and why she cries so much.


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Dancing’s Melissa Gilbert: It’s Hard Not to Find the Judges’ Scores Disheartening

Melissa Gilbert | Photo Credits: Adam Taylor/ABC

When Melissa Gilbert and Maksim Chmerkovskiy were declared safe on Dancing with the Stars last week, the Little House on the Prairie alum let out a scream and then got bleeped. “I cussed at Maks,” Gilbert tells TVGuide.com. “I got mad at Maks because he had whispered in my ear, ‘Get ready to [do the Dance] Duel.’ I think I said, ‘Goddammit! You scared me!’ That’s when they bleeped me.” Bleep or no bleep, Gilbert is thrilled to not only still be in the competition after suffering a mild concussion and whiplash two weeks ago, but also to have avoided the bottom two Dance Duel despite having the second lowest-score. “That’s all thanks to our fans,” Gilbert says. See what else she has to say about her stagnant scores, the “mixed message” from the judges and why she cries so much.


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Chaz Bono, Josh Hutcherson Honored at GLAAD Media Awards

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Chaz Bono took home two honors at the 2012 GLAAD Media Awards.

Glee, The Voice snag GLAAD Media Award nominations

Bono, 43, received the outstanding documentary prize for Becoming Chaz, an OWN special that chronicled his gender transition. He was also given the Stephen F. Kolziak award, which honors a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered member of the entertainment community. Past recipients have included Melissa Etheridge, Ellen DeGeneres and Rufus Wainright. Bono was the first transgender contestant to appear on Dancing with the Stars, which was recognized as Outstanding Reality Program by GLAAD last month.


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