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Tattoo artists compete for a $100,000 cash prize and exposure in Ink magazine.
Professional football players call the shots in the elimination tattoo; superfans get inked with permanent autographs; Tyler is warned about Chris' dirty strategy.
With a spot in the top-4 on the line, loyalties are put to the test. Artists feel the pressure when they must tattoo portraits on active military and their loved ones before separating for deployment.
The last four artists battle for a spot in the live finale, but first they must endure a tattoo marathon. Also: A massive twist is announced that lets viewers call the shots in the finale.
The final three artists face off for the $100,000 prize. Also: Eliminated artists come back to confront one another; and some former artists return for an announcement.
The opener of the reality competition's fifth season, which features tattoo artists battling their rivals to claim the title and $100,000.
Picky canvases get their first ink, and Jason's anxiety threatens to derail his chances. When the artists battle head-to-head, Josh puts his opponent on the chopping block.
The artists use a different kind of ink to simulate blood. Then, they go head-to-head against guest judge Tommy Montoya.
Josh causes a controversy that could get him kicked out of the competition. The artists tattoo amputees, and the last rivals standing battle head-to-head.
Head tattoos cause a medical emergency and leave a canvas with unfinished ink. The artists fight for the chance to tattoo NFL running back DeAngelo Williams as he honors his mother, who died of breast cancer.
Artists go head-to-head tattooing the same portrait on two different family members. Jason fights to survive as the last six artists close in on the prize.
Three tattoo heavyweights evaluate the artists as they battle to survive and claim a Top 4 spot.
The last four artists battle for a spot in the live finale amidst fights and emotional outbursts.
The final three artists reveal their 35-hour back pieces, and the Season 5 winner is announced. Also: Sparks fly when all 18 artists return to discuss the season's rivalries.
Gruesome images are inked on Halloween-obsessed canvases. Featured in the battle for $10,000 are Bili Vegas, Clint Cummings, Cleen Rock One and St. Marq.
Season 4 opens with a new crop of artists tattooing hundreds of canvases convention-style.
Canvases seek cover-ups of tattoos they got for exes. Then, the judges announce a "massacre," and two artists are sent home.
Gunpowder is used in the Flash Challenge, and Rob Zombie is a guest judge as the artists ink demons.
The artists make mouth grills for pro boxer Brandon Rios; a canvas is involved in a dispute; and Jay's plan to take out Scott results in a harsh critique.
A twist in the competition has artists assisting each other in order to survive. One artist wages an attack, and two artists are forced to go head-to-head.
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