MY TATTOO IS HORRIBLE.

IT'S THE STUPIDEST THINGI'VE EVER DONE IN MY LIFE.

I HATE IT.

I HATE IT.

I HATE IT.

Narrator: THESE PEOPLENOT ONLY LIVE WITH REGRET.

THEY COME FACE-TO-FACE WITH ITEVERY SINGLE DAY.

WHEN PEOPLE COME IN, THEY JUSTWANT THIS TATTOO GONE SO BADLY.

LET'S SEE WHAT WE'RE WORKINGWITH, GIRL.

SHOW THEM OFF.

OKAY.

OH [BLEEP] OW.

I'M IN PAIN RIGHT NOW.

I WENT TO GO GETHIBISCUS FLOWERS.

UH-HUH.

AND I LOOK IN THE MIRRORAND.

OH, MY GOODNESS.

SO YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE GETTINGHIBISCUS FLOWERS THE WHOLE TIME? THE WHOLE TIME.

IT IS THE WORST TATTOOI'VE EVER SEEN.

Nelson: A BABY WITH HISCROSS-EYES HOLDING A CANDLE THAT EVERYBODY MISTAKES ITFOR A WIENER.

[ BOING! ] Jessica: YOU'RE GETTINGLIGHT-HEADED? Nelson: [ RETCHES ] Narrator: THIS IS"AMERICA'S WORST TATTOOS.

" OUR FIRST VICTIM LOOKS BACKON GETTING HER WORST TATTOO AS A MOMENTOF "SHEAR" STUPIDITY.

I WANT MY SHEARSTO BE COVERED SO BAD.

WHEN I GRADUATEDFROM COSMETOLOGY SCHOOL, I WANTED TO WORK SO BADIN THE INDUSTRY, DO EVERYTHING HAIR.

AND I SAID, "YOU KNOW WHAT,I WANT TO COMMEMORATE, LIKE, THE WHOLE'I GRADUATED' THING WITH TATTOOS.

" PRETTY MUCH, LIKE, A COUPLEMONTHS AFTER I GOT THEM, IT BASICALLY DAWNED ON METHAT I DIDN'T LIKE HAIR ANYMORE.

I REALLY — I HATE MY SHEARS.

THEY ARE JUST ALMOST A REMINDEROF, LIKE, FAILURE.

PEOPLE COME UP TO MEWHEN I GO OUT, AND THEY'RE JUST LIKE,"ARE YOU A HAIRDRESSER?" AND I SAY NO.

ACTUALLY, A GUY EVENNICKNAMED ME SCISSOR BITCH.

[ CHUCKLES ] IT'S NOT HANNAH.

IT'S "SCISSOR BITCH, WHAT'S UP?" AND I'M JUST"HI.

HOW YOU DOING?" IF I CAN COVER UP A SLIGHTFAILURE WITH A HAPPINESS, I WOULD BE SO GRATEFUL.

IT WOULD BE AWESOME.

Narrator: HOPING TO LEAVETHAT NICKNAME BEHIND FOREVER, HANNAH'S DECIDED TO GO SEE MEG TO GET THOSE SCISSORSOFF HER CHEST.

Meg: MY NAME IS MEG.

I AM A TATTOO ARTISTIN SWANSEA, MASSACHUSETTS.

I DO A LOT OF COVER-UPS.

PEOPLE MAKESTUPID DECISIONS SOMETIMES, AND YOU JUST NEEDTO KIND OF MAKE IT BETTER.

SO.

[ CHUCKLES ] I ALREADY KNOWWHAT BRINGS YOU HERE.

LET'S SEE WHAT WE'RE WORKINGWITH, GIRL.

SHOW THEM OFF.

OKAY.

WHAT DO YOU HATEABOUT THEM? I DON'T LIKE THE FACTTHAT IT REMINDS ME OF SOMETHING THAT I CAN'T REALLY DOTHAT I THOUGHT THAT I COULD AND I ENDED UP FAILINGMISERABLY AT IT.

THE SHEARS HAVE DEFINED ME BECAUSE EVERYBODY JUST WANTSTO ASK ME ALL ABOUT THEM, AND I DON'T WANTTO TALK TO THEM ABOUT THEM, SO IT'S KIND OFA CONVERSATION STARTER AND ENDER ALL AT THE SAME TIME.

WHAT WAS YOUR IDEASFOR COVERING IT? I'M KIND OF THINKING THAT I WANTSOMETHING AROUND FLOWERS, VERY SMALL, BLUE,NICE, GIRLY, LESS LIKE "RRR!"AND MORE JUST "AHH.

" [ LAUGHS ] OKAY.

COOL.

NO, THAT'S A FANTASTIC IDEA.

SO, LET'S GETRIGHT DOWN TO IT.

I'M THINKINGTO HIDE THOSE SHEARS, WE'LL TURN THEMINTO BRANCHES.

OKAY.

GOT SOME DRAWINGS FOR YOU.

BECAUSE THERE AREDARK BLACK LINES ON THERE, THERE'S ONLY SO MUCHI CAN DO WITH IT, AND I HAVE TO WORKWITH WHAT'S THERE.

OKAY.

SO, YOU GOTTHE BRANCHES HERE.

WE CAN DRAW A LOTOF THE ATTENTION OFF THOSE THICK,BLACK OUTLINES AROUND IT.

BUT A LOT OF COLORIS GONNA TAKE CARE OF THAT, LIKE, BROWNS AND STUFF.

I DEFINITELY LIKE THAT.

AS LONG AS YOU'RE DIGGINGTHE WAY IT LOOKS AND, YOU KNOW, THE STYLEAND ALL THAT FUN STUFF, I THINK WE CAN GO AHEADAND MOVE ALONG.

YES.

THE TREES ARE GONNA BE AWESOME.

I DIDN'T EVEN THINKOF PUTTING TWO AND TWO TOGETHER.

IT'S GONNA BEAN ACTUAL ART PIECE.

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY THAT ANYBODY WILL BE ABLETO CALL ME SCISSOR BITCH.

YES! [ LAUGHS ] ALL RIGHT.

LET'S GET STARTED.

OKIE-DOKIE.

Narrator: WHILE HANNAH'S OFFTO GET HER MISTAKE COVERED, HERE'S ANOTHER TATTOO THAT FAILED TO LIVE UPTO ITS MEANING.

DURING A PERIOD IN MY LIFE,I BECAME ABSTINENT AND WAS WAITINGFOR THE RIGHT PERSON TO COME UNLOCK MY HEART.

AND DURING THAT TIME, I WENT AND GOT A CHASTITY BELTTATTOOED ON ME.

[ CHEST CREAKS OPEN, CLOSES ] IT IS A PADLOCK GUARDEDBY FIRE-BREATHING DRAGONS AND SKULLS AND DEMONSPROTECTING MY CHASTITY.

HOWEVER, NOT LONG AFTER.

IT WAS UNLOCKED.

[ LAUGHS ] [ CROWD CHEERING ] IT WAS UNLOCKEDBY A TATTOO ARTIST WHILE HE WAS TATTOOING ME.

THIS TATTOO DID NOT LASTCONCEPTUALLY.

[ ZIPPER OPENS ] Narrator: SHE MAY NEED TO CHANGETHE LOCKS ON HER TREASURE CHEST.

BACK AT THE SHOP, HANNAH'SHAVING CHEST ISSUES OF HER OWN.

[ NEEDLE BUZZING ] OH, IT'S THAT BONE.

OH, GOD.

BALLS.

[ SIGHS ] [BLEEP] MY LIFE.

Hannah:I'M IN PAIN RIGHT NOW.

THE COLOR PART IS PAINFUL.

REALLY PAINFUL.

I DIDN'T REALIZE HOW MUCH.

BUT I'M WORKING THROUGH IT.

I'M USING MY LITTLE STRESS BALL,A LOT OF BREATHING.

[ NEEDLE BUZZING ] OH [BLEEP] OW.

CURSING.

OH [BLEEP] OW.

[BLEEP] [BLEEP] [BLEEP] SHE'S GOT THE MOUTHOF A SAILOR.

[BLEEP]OH [BLEEP] [BLEEP]COLLARBONES ARE SO STUPID.

WHY DO WE HAVE THEM? OH! Narrator: COMING UP,WILL HANNAH BE ABLE TO TOLERATE THE PAIN LONG ENOUGHTO FINISH HER TATTOO? [BLEEP] OH.

AND LATER.

I HATE EVERYTHINGABOUT THIS TATTOO.

WHY DID YOU GETTHAT TATTOO? I DIDN'T WANT IT.

YOU FEELINGLIGHT-HEADED? Nelson: [ RETCHES ] Narrator:WHEN WE LAST LEFT HANNAH, SHE WAS GIVING OUR CENSORSA WORKOUT.

OH [BLEEP] OW.

[BLEEP] [BLEEP] [BLEEP] BUT SHE SWEARSIT'S ALL GOING TO BE WORTH IT.

Hannah: I'M JUST ECSTATIC 'CAUSE I FINALLYGET TO HAVE THEM JUST COVERED UP WITH SOMETHINGSO MUCH BETTER.

IT'S GONNA BE AWESOME.

IT'S GONNA BE DEFINITELYA NEW FEELING FOR ME.

I LOVE IT.

YOU'RE DONE! WHOO!HOO-HOO-HOO! ALL RIGHT.

YOU READYTO SEE THIS THING? YES.

ALL RIGHT.

GET UP.

LET'S DO THIS.

OKAY.

GO.

OH, MY GOD.

OH, THAT'S AWESOME.

I LOVE MY NEW TATTOO.

I FEEL SO MUCH MORE FEMININE NOWTHAN I DID BEFORE WITH THE JAGGED SHEARSAND THE "RRR," AND NOW I'M SO HAPPY THAT IACTUALLY STUCK THAT THROUGH, AND I'M PROUD OF MYSELF, SO.

[ LAUGHS ] OH, MY GOD.

THAT WAS WORTH THE PAIN.

I THINK SO.

Meg:IT ALWAYS FEELS FANTASTIC FOR A CLIENTTO LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND SEE THAT FIRST INITIAL[GASPS] LOOK ON THEIR FACES.

IT'S REALLY REWARDING.

SUPER-HAPPY.

Narrator:HANNAH NO LONGER HAS TO DEAL WITH CUTTING REMARKSABOUT HER TATTOO.

BUT OUR NEXT VICTIMALSO SUFFERS FROM CHEAP SHOTS.

Nichole: MY NAME'S NICHOLE.

I WENT TO GO GETSOME BEAUTIFUL HIBISCUS FLOWERS ON THE BACK OF MY NECK.

I WENT TO GO LOOK IN THE MIRROR,AND WHAT DO I SEE? [ MARACAS RATTLE ] A SKULL IN A SOMBRERO.

OH, AND TWO SHOT GLASSESAND A LIME.

I WAS EXPECTINGBEAUTIFUL FLOWERS, AND HE TOOK THE LIBERTYTO DO WHAT HE WANTED TO DO WITHOUT MY CONSENTAND WITHOUT MY PERMISSION.

HE WAS LIKE, "WELL,I THOUGHT YOU'D LIKE IT.

"IT'S ONE OF MY ORIGINAL PIECES, AND I JUST WANTEDTO DO IT ON SOMEBODY.

" I'M JUST LIKE, "HOW COULD YOUDO THIS TO SOMEONE?" IT WAS HORRIBLE.

AND I WAS JUST,LIKE, MIND-BLOWN.

I WAS DATING THIS GUY.

I CAME HOME WITH THIS, AND HE ENDED UP BREAKING UPWITH ME BECAUSE OF IT.

AND I'M LIKE, "OH, MY GOSH.

ARE YOU KIDDING? LIKE, REALLY?" IT WAS ONE OF THE WORST DAYSOF MY LIFE.

SO I GO INTO BARS, AND PEOPLE ARE CONSTANTLYWANTING TO BUY ME SHOTS.

I HATE SHOTS! I DON'T WANT ANY SHOTSFROM ANYBODY! I HATE EVERYTHINGABOUT THIS TATTOO.

I HATE THE WAY IT LOOKS.

I HATE THE FACTTHAT IT WASN'T WHAT I WANTED.

I HATE THE COLOR.

IT'S JUST, ALL IN ALL,A REALLY BAD TATTOO.

I HATE EVERYTHING ABOUT IT.

[ DING!, HORN HONKS ] Narrator:SICK OF HER PARTY-GIRL PERSONA, NICHOLE TURNS TO JEREMY SWANTO CLEAN UP HER IMAGE.

Jeremy: I'M JEREMY SWAN.

I'M A TATTOO ARTISTIN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.

TO ME, WHEN I LOOK AT A TATTOO,I'M LOOKING AT NEGATIVE SPACE.

I'M LOOKING AT WHAT'S NOT THERE SO I CAN SEE AN IMAGEOVER THAT TATTOO TO GIVE IT THE BESTNEW TATTOO I CAN.

ALL RIGHT, SO LET'S GETRIGHT DOWN TO IT.

I WANT TO SEE THIS HORRIBLETATTOO THAT YOU HAVE.

OH, MY GOODNESS.

OKAY.

WHY DID YOU GETTHAT TATTOO? OKAY, LET ME EXPLAIN THISTO YOU.

PLEASE.

I WENT TO GO GETHIBISCUS FLOWERS.

AND HE WASFINISHED WITH IT.

I WAS SO EXCITED,AND THEN I LOOK IN THE MIRROR, AND I SEE THIS TATTOOOF A SKULL — WAIT A MINUTE.

SO YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE GETTINGHIBISCUS FLOWERS THE WHOLE TIME? THE WHOLE TIME.

AND HE NEVER NOT ONCE SHOWED MEWHAT IT LOOKED LIKE.

DID YOU JUST TRUST HIMAS THIS ARTIST THAT WAS — DID YOU KNOW HIM? I KNOW HIM.

SO, YOU THINK HE WAS GETTINGSOME SORT OF VENGEANCE ON YOU? I DON'T KNOW.

[ BOTH LAUGH ] OKAY, WELL,I'LL TELL YOU ONE THING.

THOSE ARE THE UGLIESTHIBISCUS FLOWERS I'VE EVER SEEN.

I AGREE.

THE TATTOO ITSELFIS COMPLETELY RIDICULOUS, SO I'M EXCITED TO BE ABLETO HELP HER COVER THAT THING UP.

SHE WON'T HAVE TOWORRY ABOUT IT ANYMORE.

I PUT TOGETHER A DRAWING, AND WHAT I WANT TO DOIS I HAVE TO KEEP THE SKULL BECAUSE IT'SSO PROMINENT.

BUT I'M GONNA TAKETHOSE CRAZY, FUNKY TEETH OUT, AND THEN THAT LIME,WE'RE GONNA PUT A BOW ON IT.

AWESOME.

OKAY? YOU'RE DIGGING IT? I'M SO DIGGING IT.

IT'S BEAUTIFUL TO ME.

BUT THE BEST THING ABOUT IT IS THAT THAT WILL BE GONE.

IT'S GONE.

IT IS GONE.

IT WILL BE IN A FEW HOURS.

THANK YOU.

YOU BET.

I'M SO READY TO GET RIDOF THE PARTY-GIRL IMAGE, THE NICKNAMES, THE BAD FEELINGS.

SO LONG.

ADIOS.

GOODBYE.

[ LAUGHS ] Narrator: WHILE JEREMY PREPARESTO WORK ON NICHOLE, LET'S MEET A GUY WHOSE TATTOOWAS A HALF-BAKED IDEA.

[ TRUMPET PLAYING FANFARE ] ONE OF THE WORST TATTOOSTHAT I REGRET IS THE PILLSBURY DOUGHBOY.

IT SAYS "I LUV DA DOUGH,"MEANING "I LOVE THE MONEY," AND THEN THE PILLSBURYDOUGHBOY'S BELLY BUTTON IS MY BELLY BUTTON.

AND THE PROBLEM WITH THAT IS EVERYBODY PUTS THEIR FINGERIN MY BELLY BUTTON.

[ BOING! ] IN THE BEACH OR THE POOL OR, YOU KNOW, I'M WALKING AROUNDWITH A SHIRT OFF.

EVEN THE NEIGHBOR DID IT.

I WAS LIKE, "THAT'S RIDICULOUS.

" I MEAN, SHE GOT HER HUSBANDNEXT TO HER, AND I'M SINGLE, AND SHE'S PUTTING HER FINGERIN MY BELLY BUTTON.

[ SQUEAKY LAUGH ] IT DOESN'T LOOK TOO GOOD.

WHOO-HOO, WHOO-HOO! IT'S KIND OF EMBARRASSING.

WHOO-HOO, WHOO-HOO!THAT'S NASTY.

IT'S NASTY TO PUT YOUR FINGERIN A BELLY BUTTON.

[ LAUGHS ] I MEAN, MAYBE THEY'LL GET LUCKYAND PULL OUT SOME COTTON, MAYBE THEY WOULDN'TDO IT AGAIN, YOU KNOW? THAT "WHOO-HOO" GOT TO STOP.

Narrator: LOOK WITH YOUR EYES,PEOPLE, NOT YOUR HANDS.

MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE SHOP, NICHOLE IS HAVING FLASHBACKSTO HER LAST TATTOO EXPERIENCE.

SO, I'M WORKING ONYOUR FLOWER RIGHT NOW.

YEAH,IT BETTER BE A FLOWER.

Jeremy: WHAT PUTS NICHOLEIN A PREDICAMENT IS SHE ALREADY GOT DUPED INTO GETTING THAT BAD TATTOOTHE FIRST TIME AND DIDN'T KNOWWHAT SHE WAS GETTING.

AND I'M GONNA KIND OF HAVE TO DOTHE SAME THING.

I'M GONNA HAVE TO DOWHAT I KNOW I NEED TO DO TO COVER THAT TATTOO,WHETHER SHE LIKES IT OR NOT.

I'M ACTUALLY PUTTINGA FRUIT BOWL ON THE BACK.

OH, MY GOODNESS.

ADDING SOME FRUITTO THE SOMBRERO.

THAT'S RIGHT.

OH, MY GOD.

[ LAUGHS ] Narrator: WHEN WE RETURN, WILL NICHOLE BE HAPPYWITH HER NEW TATTOO? I'M DONE.

YOU ARE DONE.

OR WILL IT BE DéJà VUALL OVER AGAIN? OH, MY GOD.

Narrator: NICHOLE WANTEDA TATTOO OF FLOWERS ON THE BACK OF HER NECK.

INSTEAD HER ARTIST SURPRISED HERWITH A TEQUILA-LOVING SKULL.

I WANT THIS THING OFF MY NECK.

Narrator:SO SHE MET WITH JEREMY IN HOPESOF A MORE SOBERING TATTOO.

[ NEEDLE BUZZING ] WE HAVE A DONE TATTOO.

STICK A FORK IN IT.

I'M DONE.

YOU ARE DONE.

ALL RIGHT.

ALL RIGHT, JUST GRAB THAT MIRRORAND TAKE A LOOK.

OH, MY GOSH.

IT'S BEAUTIFUL.

THE COLOR, THE SUNFLOWERS.

OH, MY GOSH.

LOOK AT THE SUNFLOWERS.

WOW.

Nichole:I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT.

I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT IT.

I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT THERE'SNO SIGN OF THE SHOT GLASSES, THE LEMON, THE SOMBRERO, THE CRAZY-LOOKING SKULLWITH THE GOOFY TEETH.

I'M REALLY, REALLY AMAZED.

[ CHUCKLES ] OH, GOSH.

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

THIS IS AWESOME.

YOU'RE WELCOME.

Jeremy: THIS TATTOODEFINITELY NEEDED A MAKEOVER.

AND SHE DESERVED IT.

AND I THINK WHAT SHE GOT WASEXACTLY WHAT SHE WANTED.

PROMISE ME THIS.

NEXT TIME YOU WILL NEVER LETSOMEBODY DO A TATTOO ON YOU THAT YOU AREN'T FULLY AWAREOF WHAT'S GOING ON, OKAY? NEVER AGAIN.

THAT A PROMISE? THAT'SA DEFINITE PROMISE.

[ LAUGHS ] WE'RE TWINS, AND WE GOTEACH OTHER'S FACES.

TATTOOED ON OUR.

LEG.

WHOO! [ SLOOP! ] [ SLUMP! ] TO ME, IT ENCOMPASSED, LIKE, EVERYTHING THAT WASHER PERSONALITY.

I THINK IT'S A FACETHAT I MAKE QUITE OFTEN.

[ WOMAN YODELING ] SHE'S NOT EXACTLY HAPPYABOUT THE ONE THAT I PICKED.

IT'S ALMOST SUGGESTIVE,IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN.

[ LAUGHS ] OH, GOD.

WE HAVE THIS WAR WHERE WETRY TO GET BACK AT EACH OTHER THROUGH OUR PORTRAITS, WHERE I'LL GROW OUTMY LEG HAIR REALLY LONG JUST WHAT WOULD BEHER BEARD AREA.

YEE-HAW! IT'S MY REVENGE FOR HER PICKINGTHE PICTURE THAT SHE PICKED.

[ LAUGHS ] Narrator: THESE TWO MAY HAVESOME ISSUES TO WORK OUT, BUT A LITTLE SIBLING RIVALRYCAN'T HOLD A CANDLE TO THIS NEXT WORSTVICTIM'S TATTOO.

I WAS YOUNG.

I WAS DUMB.

IT COST ME $55.

BUT I HAVEN'TLIVED IT DOWN SINCE THE MOMENTI PUT IT ON MY BODY.

IT IS THE WORST TATTOOI HAVE EVER SEEN.

A BABY WITH HIS CROSS EYESHOLDING A CANDLE THAT EVERYBODY MISTAKESIT FOR A WIENER.

[ BOING! ] THE IDEA WAS LIKE A WOLFIN SHEEP'S CLOTHING, LIKE.

SO WHY DIDN'T YOU JUST GETA WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING? THAT WAS THE IDEA.

HOW DID A WOLF IN SHEEP'SCLOTHING GO TO A LITTLE BABY? A BABY WITH THE HORNS.

AND A WIENER? THE IDEA WAS THERE.

THE IDEA WAS NOT THERE.

DECIDING IT WAS TIME TO REMOVETHAT DEMON FROM HER SIGHT, JESS IS TAKING NELSONTO MEET WITH MEGAN.

HEY, GUYS.

WHAT'S UP? MEGAN.

NELSON.

NICE TO MEET YOU.

VERY NICE TO MEET YOU,NELSON.

AND? JESSICA.

ALL RIGHT.

YOU READYTO TALK ABOUT THIS TATTOO? YEAH.

ALL RIGHT.

MY NAME IS MEGAN MASSACRE, AND I'VE BEEN TATTOOINGFOR ABOUT EIGHT YEARS NOW.

SOME TATTOOS AREDIFFICULT TO COVER UP.

OTHERS ARE EASY.

BUT WITH PUTTING IN A LOTOF WORK COMES GREAT REWARD.

SO, LET'S TALKTATTOOS, MAN.

WHAT ARE WECOVERING UP TODAY? IT'S A PINK BABY DEVILWITH ANGEL WINGS.

ALL RIGHT,WELL, PINK DEVIL.

I GOT TO SEE THIS.

ALL RIGHT.

[ LAUGHTER ] WHAT'S IT DOING? IT'S HOLDING A CANDLE.

OH! NELSON, THAT'S NOT A CANDLE.

DO YOU GUYS KNOWWHAT IT LOOKS LIKE? A.

A WIENER.

A WIENER.

[ LAUGHS ] ALL RIGHT,SO, WHAT WERE YOU THINKING TO COVERTHIS TATTOO UP WITH? I WANTED IT TO SYMBOLIZESOMETHING, LIKE AN EAGLE.

THE EAGLE ISFOR COURAGE AND STRENGTH.

EAGLES ACTUALLY WORKREALLY WELL FOR COVER-UPS, ESPECIALLY A BALD EAGLE HASREALLY DARK BROWN WINGS, BASICALLY, SO THAT'S GONNA WORKPERFECT FOR THIS COVER-UP.

WELL,I'M SURE YOU'LL BE HAPPY TO SEE THIS THINGGO AWAY TODAY, HUH? I HAVE BEEN LOOKINGAT THAT TATTOO PRETTY MUCH EVERY DAYFOR SEVEN YEARS.

YOU ARE OVER IT.

OVER IT.

ALL RIGHT, GUYS.

YOU READYTO GET THIS THING STARTED? ALL RIGHT.

FOLLOW ME.

BYE-BYE TO THAT LITTLE BABYDEVIL HOLDING ITS PENIS FOREVER.

I THINK THAT'S A WINNER.

I LIKE IT.

HERE WE GO.

[ GROANS ] [ LAUGHS ] YOU ALL RIGHT, MAN?YOU GONNA POOP? [ LAUGHTER ] YOU HAVEANY LAST WORDS? DON'T MAKE IT HURT,PLEASE.

[ NEEDLE BUZZING ] GOING IN.

OH, THAT'S NOT BA– FOR A SECOND?[ CHUCKLES ] OH [BLEEP] YOU OKAY? I WAS NOT MADEFOR PAIN AT ALL.

[ LAUGHTER ] [ NEEDLE BUZZING ] EVERY TIME HE CRINGES, YOU SEE A LITTLE BIT MORE SWEATSTART TO.

[ LAUGHTER ] Megan: I'M A LITTLE WORRIEDABOUT NELSON.

HE IS SWEATING UP A STORM.

I'M ACTUALLY NOT SUREI'VE EVER SEEN SOMEBODYSWEAT QUITE SO MUCH.

IT'S LIKE HE JUST JUMPEDINTO A POOL.

[ NEEDLE BUZZING ] NELSON'S NOT DOINGSO GOOD RIGHT NOW.

WE'VE GONE THROUGH ABOUTA WHOLE ROLL OF PAPER TOWELS.

YOU'RE GETTINGLIGHT-HEADED? YEAH.

ALL RIGHT.

YOU WANT TO TAKEA MINUTE AND STOP FOR A MINUTE? FEELING LIGHT-HEADEDISN'T GOOD.

Jessica: WELL, WE DID GO OUTLAST NIGHT IN THE CITY.

HE HAD A LITTLE TOO MUCH FUN.

WE ALSO HAD SUSHI FOR LUNCH, SO I'M SURE SUSHI ISNOT THE BEST THING TO BE EATING WHEN YOU'RE TRYING TO RECOVER.

[ RETCHES ] Narrator: COMING UP, CAN NELSON MAN UPAND FINISH HIS TATTOO? YOU THROW UP? YEAH, I DID.

A LITTLE BIT.

DID YOU? BLAME IT ON THE SUSHI.

Narrator: NELSON IS TRYING TOEXORCISE THE DEMON ON HIS CHEST.

Jessica: OUR RELATIONSHIPINVOLVES ME, HIM, AND THE LITTLE BABY DEVIL.

BUT HIS BABY DEVILJUST WON'T GO QUIETLY.

[ RETCHES ] BABE, ARE YOU OKAY? YEAH.

WHAT HAPPENED? I THREW UP.

Jessica:I THOUGHT NELSON WAS GONNA CRY.

I HAD NO IDEA THAT HE WASGOING TO GET SICK AND THROW UP.

[ BOTH LAUGH ] I STARTED CRYINGBECAUSE I WAS LAUGHING SO HARD.

DID YOU THROW UP? YEAH, I DID.

A LITTLE BIT.

DID YOU? YEAH.

OH, GOD.

BLAME IT ON THE SUSHI.

BASICALLY WHEN SOMEBODYIS GETTING A TATTOO AND THEY'RE HAVINGA REALLY HARD TIME, WHETHER THEY BE NERVOUSOR WHETHER IT HURTS REALLY BAD, YOU GOT A LOTOF ENDORPHINS FLOWING, A LOT OF HORMONES FLOWING, AND IF THERE'S SOMETHINGIN YOUR STOMACH, THERE'S A GOOD CHANCEIT'S GONNA COME OUT.

PUKING WAS THE BEST THINGTHAT HAPPENED TO ME TODAY.

NOW I'M SITTING HERELIKE A ROCK READY TO GETTHIS THING DONE.

Narrator:WHILE NELSON TRIES TO HOLD OFF REENACTING ANOTHER SCENE FROM"THE EXORCIST" WITH HIS WIFE, LET'S MEET A COUPLE WITH A DEVILOF A DIFFERENT COLOR COMING BETWEEN THEM.

MY NAMEIS CRAIG MARTINELLI.

I'M MARIA DOLA, AND I'MFROM SARASOTA, FLORIDA.

MY TATTOO ISA DEVIL ON AN 8 BALL HOLDING A POOL STICK.

IT'S ONE OF MY FIRST TATTOOS.

I LOVE IT.

WHEN I FIRST SAW HIS TATTOO,I LOOKED AT HIM, AND I SAID, "I HAVESOMETHING TO TELL YOU.

YOU HAVE THE SAME TATTOOMY EX-HUSBAND HAS.

" [ GLASS SHATTERS ] MY FIRST REACTION –UGH, UGH, UGH.

NO, IT CAN'T BE.

THERE WAS A MOMENTOF AWKWARD SILENCE.

[ CRICKETS CHIRPING ] MOMENT? [ BOTH LAUGH ] I HATE IT,I HATE IT, I HATE IT.

END OF STORY.

GIVE ME SOME SANDPAPER.

LET ME SEE IF I CANSCRUB THIS THING OFF.

WHEN YOU FIRSTGLIMPSE AT IT, I REALIZED THAT GOD DOESSERIOUSLY HAVE A SENSE OF HUMOR.

IS THERE A TATTOO GOD?IS HE [BLEEP] WITH US? [ AMBIENT MUSIC PLAYS ] FROM CURSING THE HEAVENS TO SENDING A BABY DEMONBACK TO HELL, BACK AT THE SHOP,MEGAN IS JUST ABOUT DONE WITH NELSON'STATTOO TRANSFORMATION.

ALL RIGHT.

I THINK IT'S TIME.

ALL RIGHT.

TURN AROUND.

DAMN! [ WHISTLES ] WHAT DO YOU THINK? THAT IS AWESOME.

SEEING THE TATTOOFOR THE FIRST TIME, I WAS IN AWE, HONESTLY,WITH THE WAY IT LOOKS, THE DETAILS OF IT.

I COULDN'T ASK FOR A BETTERPORTRAIT ON MY CHEST.

THE BABY DEVIL IS GONE.

REALLY PROUD OF YOUFOR STICKING THROUGH IT.

I WASN'T SURETHERE FOR A MINUTE.

I WASN'T SUREYOU WERE GONNA MAKE IT.

Nelson: THE FIRST HALF HOURWAS ROUGH.

I CAN'T LIE.

YOU STUCK IT OUTEVEN THOUGH YOU PUKED.

AND, YOU KNOW, I CAN'T SAY MANYPEOPLE WOULD HAVE DONE THAT.

[ CHUCKLES ]BUT YOU EARNED THIS.

YOU REALLYEARNED THIS TODAY.

Megan: I CAN'T IMAGINEHOW NELSON'S FEELING RIGHT NOW.

I MEAN, HE HADTHIS AWFUL TATTOO — I MEAN, AWFUL TATTOO –ON HIS CHEST FOR 15 YEARS.

AND TO NOW HAVE AN AMAZINGTATTOO ON YOUR CHEST THAT YOUACTUALLY WANT TO SHOW OFF, I MEAN, IT'S GONNA BEA WHOLE-NEW NELSON.

CAN YOU MAKE ME GO OOH, OOH, OOH, AHH ♪ STOP BEING CREEPY.

[ LAUGHS ] THE DETAIL IS AMAZING.

YOU CAN'T EVEN SEE THAT THERE WAS ONCEA CREEPY THING ON YOUR CHEST.

LIKE, IT LOOKS GREAT.

IT LOOKS REALLY GOOD.

THANKS, BABE.

OOH, GIRL, IT FEELS SO RIGHT ♪ THE ONLY THING TO DO NOWIS WASH YOUR JEANS.

I PUKEDALL OVER MY JEANS.

OOH, GIRL ♪ — Captions by VITAC — www.

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