Best Ink 3 Seasons 2013

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Season 2
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5. A Good Laugh TV-14 CC

Halfway to $100,000 dollars and the title of Best Ink, the artists must tickle their creative funny bone and create a humorous tattoo for their clients. Justin Bua returns to judge the artists in a hilarious Flash Challenge.

Starring:
Hannah Aitchison, Joe Capobianco
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
May 1, 2013

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A Good Laugh

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Hannah Aitchison, Joe Capobianco
Supporting actors Sabina Kelley, Peter Wentz
Season year 2013
Network Oxygen
Producers Rick de Oliveira, Patti Duce, Traci Carter Holsey, Christopher Kramer, David Rock, Lasheia Zeigler
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kate on July 27, 2013
I do enjoy the show mostly because I'm a fan of tattoo artistry. I was excited to see Pete Wentz as Season 2 new host but as the season progressed he did not. His introductions to the challenges are robotic and lacking any conviction or appreciation of the work being performed. I'm not sure if he's trying or if this is just another gig to generate income, but he's not good. I hope the show continues, but not with him as host. Bring back Kimberly. Somebody with energy and passion.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 24, 2013
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This show is more about art than it is tattooing. Absolutely fascinating to see these guys and gals create art in different mediums on the fly (some of the things they're asked to do they've never done before). Another aspect that makes this show so appealing is the artists are not the typical insufferable human beings that are the standard fare in most reality shows. Each has a story (as do the individuals they tattoo) that most people can sympathize with.
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I enjoyed this series very much, part of me wishes all of the artists were a little closer in competition with one another instead of just a few, but there were some really beautiful pieces done this season. If you are an art enthusiast, or just love tattoo shows this one is good, but it has a little bit if that reality tv drama just to warn you. The show is similar to Ink Master if you watch that. Cannot wait for the next season already
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By Sandy on May 20, 2013
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There are some very talented artists on this show, and I usually agree with the judges.

Watching this makes me wants more ink, for sure.

Oh, that dude Derek is so full of himself it's disgusting. Makes for entertaining tv, I suppose.
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By Kelly G. Patterson on September 23, 2014
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I'll be the one to say it, I actually prefer this show to Ink Master. While the flash challenges can be a little out there I enjoy this show more because there is so much less drama. They focus more on the art and the pool of talent transcends that of Ink Masters. The show is worth the buy and watch.
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