Knowing your A, Bee, C's took on a whole new meaning for schoolteacher twins Tammy Craig and Debbie Young when they ran head first into 100,000 bees. Tammy Craig, who was stung over 40 times, tells us about her Fear Factor nightmare.
FEAR FACTOR: Was it difficult to watch your sister getting covered with bees?
TAMMY: As I saw the beekeeper placing all the bees on my sister Debbie, I started panicking because I thought she was panicking. I saw that my sister was covered in bees and I knew that she had to be uncomfortable and my only thought was, "I need to get these bees off her and get them off of her fast."
FEAR FACTOR: Did you have any problems finding the keys to unlock you sister?
TAMMY: As I went for the first box, I had to move the bees around a little bit to get the keys. The second box gave me a really tough time. I saw the key but, when I went to swat the bees off, I swatted the key out of the box, with the bees. And then I couldn't find the key anywhere in the box so I ended up pulling the box out of the drawer and onto the ground and searching everywhere for that key and couldn't find it. And then, eventually, I found it off to the side. I don't know why it was to the side. After I found that second key, as I was running towards Debbie to unlock her lock, I took a big old spill and wiped out.
FEAR FACTOR: What were you doing when you got stung?
TAMMY: I was just scooping the bees and just throwing them off to the side in handfuls. The bees were definitely stinging me as I was scooping them. As soon as I stuck my hand in the first box, I was getting stung. And I thought, "Debbie must have it really tough right now."