The Area 51 crew bust out some more hyper-realistic tattoos including a portrait of the legendary Chris Farley, a pair of ram horns you've never seen on a man's head before, and an eye-popping zombie pinup girl.
Sitting in the same blinds with the same guys for almost three months can get a bit monotonous; see some of the most memorable guests from Duck Commander who joined the Robertson men in the duck blind. Look back to when the Robertson wives first set food in a duck blind and Phil meets some New York Firemen.
The entire Wahlberg clan gears up for their favorite local holiday, Dorchester Day--an event that has become the backdrop for some of the family's most infamous pranks. While Paul insists that the family forgoes the hijinks this year, his nephew Brandon has other plans--and he has his sights set on Paul's assistant, Kari. Meanwhile, Donnie enlists Johnny "Drama" and Henry "Nacho" to paint a shed in his backyard while he's away on tour and the process becomes a joke all its own.
In this scene from the episode “Barbe-Commuting,” Jerry, the show's producer, takes a turn shooting at the gun range.
This special episode strolls through the archives of Storage Wars' very own master and apprentice; Darrell and Brandon Sheets. Whether the father and son team is winning big, or busting big, one thing's for sure...for "The Gambler", profit is just a flip of the coin away.
Billy and Sarge's work day goes awry when their competitive spirits get the best of them and they skip out to go to a shooting range. With Billy distracted, Chubby and Tiny sneak into his back yard and have a BBQ. Meanwhile, Joan is on a mission to get her son Billy to calm down a little by making sure he's spending enough quality time with his wife Danielle in the bedroom.
Jarrod forces the family to give up their stuff to make room for his lifelong dream: a bar in his house. But when the kids get upset, Brandi decides to fight back.
At the lot, John scrambles to find the impounded car of a woman whose taxi meter is ticking. Meanwhile, Tiffany, nicknamed "swoop" for her killer ticketing instincts, shows off her techniques. And, "ladies' man" Martin is called to tow a car that crashed into a gas pump.
Darrell and Brandon are excited to return to West Covina as it is a hidden honeypot for the tank-topped duo. While it's off the beaten path, Jarrod and Brandi decide to follow Darrel's lead deep into the Inland Empire. Ivy makes the trek in search of low level merchandise and Dave has a first class find.
A retired cop has committed a tattoo crime when he had his nickname immortalized on his body. Kristen thought she knew exactly what she wanted for her first tattoo. The only problem was she was 16 and had to go underground to get her underage tattoo disaster.
Vanessa got a tattoo out of spite and now it's getting in the way of her fitness model career. Dirk finds a way to turn her terrifying tattoo into a work of art. Ruckus plays a prank on Dirk by setting up an appointment with a client that has an unforgettable animal tattoo.
This special, two hour program features several well known First 48 detectives retelling the most haunting cases from their careers. Through interviews, dramatic recreations, and real case materials, these true crime stories from Memphis, Minneapolis, and Broward County will bring the viewer closer than ever to the personal and professional challenges faced by some of the most veteran First 48 investigators.
The Robertsons are a family of athletes, here's a look at some of their most competitive moments from Duck Commander.
Dirk and Ruckus meet up with best friends Heather and Korinna who celebrated their 21st birthdays by giving each other tattoos... and neither had ever used a tattoo gun before in their lives! These disastrous tattoo jobs landed one of the girls in the hospital. And to top that off, Dirk's not sure even he can save these amateurs. Later on, Dirk and Ruckus catch a performance by an Elvis impersonator who got a terrible tattoo of his ex-wife... and then covered it up with an even more terrible tattoo! It's up to Dirk to take this hunka burnin' eyesore and create something fit for a king.
Mark is in Hong Kong to promote his film--and Johnny "Drama" and Henry "Nacho" are along for the ride. During their stay Mark sends "Drama" to a casting agency to audition for a local commercial. Meanwhile, "Nacho" uses his stomach of steel to sample local delicacies and scouts out a new location for a future Wahlburgers restaurant.
In this scene from the episode "Comedians, Zombies, and Space Cats, Oh My!" Chris Jones puts his skills to the test when he's asked to do a tattoo of a great white shark.
Jarrod and Brandi discuss their feelings about Jarrod's plan to build a bar in their home.
The Wahlberg family celebrates their old neighborhood.
In this scene from the episode "Throw Out Court," Brandi and the kids are stunned when Jarrod shows them the finished home bar and it's nothing like they imagined.
In this scene from the episode "Honorary Duckmen," Jase learns Missy is a natural at duck hunting.
Everyone agrees that Josh is the right choice (the only choice!) to do a space cat tattoo.
In this scene from the episode "Throw Out Court," Jarrod sketches some blueprints for the bar that he plans to build in his house.
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Willie reminisces about a time he tried to save some money designing the Duck Commander office by taking on a little challenge.
In this scene from the episode "Honorary Duckmen," Willie and Alan take Korie, Jessica, and Lisa out with them for some early morning duck hunting.
In this scene from the episode "Pranks For The Memories," Drama and Nacho paint Donnie's shed.
In this scene from the episode "Pranks For The Memories," Paul can't believe Kari fell for Brandon's prank.
In this scene from the episode "Comedians, Zombies, and Space Cats, Oh My!" Heather's client is thrilled when he sees the results of Heather's hard work.
What makes Paul such a fun target for pranks? Listen in as Donnie, Alma, and Bob explain.
Get a peek of what’s to come on the next new episode of Cement Heads, airing Tuesday, September 2nd at 10:30/9:30c.
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