Who knew a child's peanut allergy would start a parental smackdown, or that a cell phone could deflect a bullet? In today's Gotta Watch videos, find out why a school's allergy guidelines have caused a parental uproar; how a cell phone can save a life and get a sneak peek at the next big thing in social networking.
Parental peanut controversy – A 6-year-old girl’s peanut allergy has ignited a parental firestorm at one school. When a public school took steps to save a student from potentially fatal contact with peanuts, parents picketed to remove the rules. How far should a school go to protect a child from a deadly allergen?[cnn-video url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2011/03/24/exp.am.intv.peanut.carroll.cnn"%5D
Cell phone deflects bullet – Cell phones can save lives. When a robber shoots a man, it's a cell phone that prevents a bullet from hitting his heart.[cnn-video url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2011/03/24/oh.cell.phone.stops.bullet.wjw"%5D
Adding "Color" to social networking – A new photo app allows smart phone devices users to share their photos with pretty much everyone around them. Color could be what's next in social media.[cnn-video url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/tech/2011/03/24/simon.color.social.app.cnn"%5D