The competition between buyers gets tense as a turf war ignites in Brooklyn over some of New York's best and biggest rooms.
Dirk and Ruckus are called in to convince a Dad that the horrible tattoo portrait of his wife has got to go. The whole family hates it, even mom! The problem is he isn't ready to cover it up. Dirk and Ruckus also meet Sharon. Her tattoo tribute to a beloved pet turned into a monster of a mistake. Can Dirk help her cover up this beast from the past?
Jeremy had an obsession with Sea Monkeys that led to his decision to get a life altering tramp stamp he now regrets. Dirk and Ruckus have seen their fair share of tramp stamps, but a "man stamp"? This is new territory for them. They get a call to help a Grandmother who turns out to have a wild streak and a wild past. SJ is not your typical Grandma and her tattoo is just as wild.
The gang heads uptown for unexpected treasures in a revitalized Harlem with historic brownstones and new money.
Way out in the 'burbs, the New Yorkers hope to uncover blueblood cash value in the greener pastures of Connecticut.
Tiny and Chubby are sent to Brooklyn on a wild goose chase for a piece of paper in Brooklyn. Meanwhile, Billy is called away from work to help his mother fix a light bulb. But before Billy knows it he's spent the entire day entertaining his mother. With Billy and Joan busy bonding, their respective spouses Danielle and Sarge spend the day picking up the slack, which includes teaching Sarge how to walk the family dog.
Due to dangerously cold temperatures, Billy begrudgingly gives everyone the day off. Chubby takes the opportunity to relive the good old days with Billy. This leaves Danielle to call the 80 field workers and let them all know to go home, but luckily Tiny offers to help her make those calls--and offers up some gossip on the company's employees. Sarge and Joan pick up the company's secretary, Carina, and treat her to lunch during which Joan's crush on the production crew is revealed.
Billy is not happy after he finds out Chubby has been neglecting the clean up of a job site. But Chubby can't worry about work when he has a novel to write! Sarge is also not worried about work, as he is having some problems keeping track of his TV remotes at home. Meanwhile, Tiny tries to celebrate his one-year anniversary at the company by buttering up Billy and asking for a raise.
Two men who live next to each other in a housing project get into a deadly argument. One is shot and killed. Detectives Crewell and Williams take the two men's girlfriends back to headquarters to find out what happened. One story tells of murder, the other self-defense. Detectives try to unravel the different accounts given by the girlfriends.
On the morning of July 5th, the body of the victim is found lying face up in an abandoned lot that had been used to shoot off guns the night before in celebration of Independence Day. More than 60+ shell casings are collected from the crime scene, which detectives hope will include an essential clue. A tip leads detectives to a possible suspect, who denies any involvement in the killing.
Decectives are called out to a crime scene where a body lays hidden between some hedges and the porch of the victim's grandmother's house. The victim, a male, is face down. As detectives investigate the immediate area, they discover clues of the victim's alternate lifestyle -- and they wonder if that may be a clue to the motive behind his murder.
There aren't many things that the Duckmen like as much as hunting, but eating is a very close second. Check out the family's favorite food feasts from Duck Commander.
Paul must navigate a jam-packed day including a visit to an oyster farm, an interview with a reporter and a skateboarding event for his son. Right when he thinks he has things under control, Mark adds fuel to the fire by insisting he meet a high powered city developer to discuss the Wahlburgers location near Fenway. When the visiting reporter becomes enthralled by Alma's Wahlberg childhood stories, Paul becomes terrified about just how candid this profile may become.
Chris 51 and his band of needle nerds are headed to tattoo at one of the largest pop culture conventions in the country--Chicago's C2E2! Before heading out, Chris 51 has a client looking to tattoo a massive octopus wrapped around her upper body. And Heather and Caroline stay behind to work with a client who wants a unicorn in a very "hairy" spot. Meanwhile the rest of the crew plays hard, but works even harder in Chicago, when they take on a hyper-realistic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, a heavy metal inspired R2D2 and C3PO tattoo and a RoboCop portrait.
Billy and Jeanne have dated online for six months but they've never met face to face... until now. The wild-at-heart bachelor and single mom in search of "The One" are isolated on a remote island for one whole week in the "Love Prison." After a wild roller coaster of a week, can their relationship survive or will they leave alone and broken hearted?
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