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Based upon the success of the pilot episode INKED on A&E, the network
has ordered the first 13 episodes and are an hour each. The series
should debut in late March 2005.
Since the shop has a high turnover in it's employee's I believe there will be many new faces in the Hart and Huntington tattoo company.
The pilot episode was a very cool, fun show and I enjoyed watching. It was very entertaining from a real life soap opera style, but at the same time it stayed true to the art of tattooing.
I have 2 tattoo's, I don't consider myself a hardcore tat freak, but I enjoyed all the elements to the show. A friend of min worked on the show and told me that you will not believe what happens during the first season!
I cant wait. Bring it on!
I loved watching the show it has made me really want to get a tattoo. I have wanted one for as long as I can remember , but I never really started planing one all out until now . Watching the show helped me to see that the artists are there to help you out more if you don't have the total tattoo done but you have most of the idea of what you want. I just with there were more episodes . I would have loved to have seen a little more of Dizzle's apprenticeships, and more work from him. I loved how the artists would crack jokes and talk with the people to help them relax . I did not like how between seasons they didn't really say what happened to some people that might not have been there the next season. All of people seemed really caring and good to there customers and you could tell that there customers loved to come back for more.
i have a question, i watched today for the first time an enjoyed 4 or 6 episode's of it. i was wondering about the one lady who got her foot tattooed, she mentioned something about the reason she was getting it was for a woman who was in the works of a book. she had the word "runs" put on her foot. i was wondering if you could give me the name of the book or author. i am a person with tattoos and saw it., but didn't pay much attention to it until today. sorry it took so long. i'm glad to have stumbled on A&E TV. i am really curious about this book in the making. can you help? i have tattoos but they were badly done and didn't think i would be interested again, now i see that people are doing what seems to be better works. thanks and i'll be watching. Reymarie
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i love watching inked.Thomas is hot but Carey hart is hotter.i loved all the tattoos that they did.wouldn't mind getting one myself.i think Quinn is a airhead she never took her job seriously.i wish i had a job like that i wouldn't mess it up either.Dizzle is cool i liked it when he dressed up in drag.he was pretty cute all dressed up in drag.i so want a tattoo done by Thomas.i hope that Monica and Thomas are happy. I've watched every episode.they should open a tattoo shop where i live they would get a lot of bis.or even do a TV show at one of the tattoo shops would be really great.i cant wait to see a episode that i haven't seen.i wouldn't miss it for the world. i love all the great designs.
I see all these reality shows coming on the air, left and right. This
is a documentary type where they go into a new business venture. There
are shows like "Blow Out" and "The Casino". I don't like hair saloons,
but it was interesting to see how people dealt with a new business. I
only saw a couple of episodes. I guess I lost interest because I have
no interest in that business. Then with the casino show, I thought I
might have more of an interest. I did, although the show itself wasn't
very good. I just feel it lacks the realness a reality/documentary show
should have. Tonight I accidentally stumbled on A&E's new series
"Ink'd" and I was totally excited.
I am an artist and I love tattoos. I have a bunch of tattoos myself and frequently incorporate tattoos in my illustrations. I am actually debating getting into the business. I was thinking, finally they got something I will like. I can get the type of show I like with a topic I love.
Tonight was the first episode and it was really cool. The concept of the show is it's the first tattoo parlor in a casino in Vegas. We get to follow John Huntington and his staff in this new venture. We already had two of the employees fired. One was a tattoo artist and the other was a receptionist. We got to see tons of celebrities at the grand opening and John's wife gave birth to a baby girl. The show seems cool so far and because I have an interest in the content of the show, I feel it will be a good ride. I hope the show stays interesting and maybe it will make me really consider a career in tattoos. If anything, I hope I am able to go get ink very soon. It has been a whole 8 months since my last tattoo, which is way too long. lol.
Check out the show. It is too early to see if it will be a good one, but I will continue to check it out.
I just wanted to add, I haven't see this on since I wrote this comment. I had no indications that it was meant to be a special rather than a series. It was enjoyable and I hope they can bring it back as a series.
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