The 3 remaining artists are caught off-guard by a frantic flash challenge in Venice Beach. The final 2 artists battle for a life changing grand prize.
The artists get reckless in an adrenaline fueled demolition derby. After creating amazing 3-D tattoos, a top artist is sent home in a shocking elimination.
The artists are caught off guard by an unreal shock-art performance. A heated conflict erupts between the remaining competitors.
The six remaining artists are surprised with an emotional visit from their significant others before creating sexy pin-up tattoos with a twist.
The artists create amazing nautical themed tattoos. Surf legend Laird Hamilton makes an appearance.
The artists get a crash course in the surreal style of bio-mechanical tattoos from tattoo legend Guy Aitchison. The competition gets personal as the artists face off against each other for the first time.
The artists head to San Diego for the biggest science fiction convention in the world. Darnell is in over his head when he is challenged to tattoo his client on an unusual part of the body.
The intense pressure of the competition pushes Danny over the edge. The artists create amazing Asian-inspired artwork.
The artists head to The Viper Room to meet Pete Wentz and witness a surprise performance. They are then challenged to do painful rib tattoos, but one competitor's future in the competition is put in jeopardy when her skin can't handle the pain.
After the artists face-off in the Best Ink fight club, an unexpected twist throws the competition into chaos. The artists work in pairs, in a way they've never experienced. Street Artist Justin Bua guest judges the dynamic flash challenge.
Enemies are created when one artist uses her advantage at the expense of another. The artists are challenged with covering-up comically bad tattoos with new designs.
Host Pete Wentz guides 14 of America's best tattoo artists through artistic ink challenges based upon the seven deadly sins. Face-Off's Glenn Hetrick is guest judge.
Oxygen's hit tattoo competition series 'Best Ink' returns for season three with more artists, bigger challenges, and extra attitude. Returning with Fall Out Boy bassist and tattoo enthusiast Pete Wentz as the host, this series lays bare the cutthroat and wildly unpredictable world of tattoo artistry as 14 of the best artists from around the country compete for $100,000 and a cover story in Tattoo magazine.
The three remaining artists tattoo familiar skins as old customers return to the chair. After a surprise elimination, the final two artists ink masterpieces on celebrity guests Travie McCoy and AJ McLean, but only one artist will be crowned Best Ink.
The final four artists are put through a rigorous Flash Challenge guest judged by Tattoo Magazine's Larry Law. The artists have to put strong emotions aside when it is revealed that their clients for the Ink Challenge are their family members.
The remaining five artists have to elevate their game as this week's Ink Challenge forces them to create a photorealistic tattoo. Award winning artist Jason Seiler guides the artists through a "fast and furious" Flash Challenge they'll never forget.
Watch Tylor take on another opponent for the chance to win $5,000 in this week's episode of Best Ink Redemption!
Extending Porcelain Black introduction
Charlie goes home
The contestants talk about how things will be now that Roman?s gone.
Extended sneak peak of Season 2, Episode 5, Part 1
Londons skin talks about her tattoo and how it was being tattooed by him.
As they await their first Ink Challenge, the Best Ink artists discuss how long they've been without tattooing.
Izzi explains how she came into tattooing.
Kyle talks about how excited he is to get back home and gives some advice to the remaining contestants.
Hannah, Joe and Sabina give their judgment on how the contestants are performing so far this season.
Chris, the skin who received London's winning Ink.
Extended sneak peak of Season 2, Episode 5, Part 3
The contestants create a funny little shrine to Jessica.
The final skin diary
One of the judges releases his frustration to the eliminated contestant.
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