Jon Taffer arrives in the nick of time to save this family run bar on the brink of ruin with an aggressive father at its helm.
This canvas got both ass cheeks tattooed. The problem? The cheek Robbie tattooed isn't up to par.
Not only did Nick jack up this guy's tattoo, but he won $10,000 for doing it. Ouch.
This canvas wanted everything in her tattoo: chicken nuggets, pencils, lady bugs, and even unicorns. Luckily, King Ruck delivered – and got redemption while at it.
Even though it wasn't a style of tattooing he does often, John Collins knocked it out of the park with a redeeming patriotic tattoo.
The final hour of the pin up elimination tattoo winds down at last. The newer artists struggle with their designs while the veterans (seemingly) cruise down easy street.
Ulyss and Eva bicker over design details as time ticks away while a confident Cleen is unimpressed by his fellow artists’ drill designs.
The day of reckoning has come as the tattoo shops must face the much-dreaded pin up challenge. Tested on proportion, the artists must switch every 30 minutes during this elimination tattoo.
With Tommy Montoya as a guest judge this week and a renowned veteran artist stepping into the competition, things heat up quickly.
Instead of using tattoo machines to puncture skin, the artists are given drills to puncture wood in order to create elaborate designs. Precision is absolutely crucial this week.