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...  Herself 69 episodes, 2007-2011
...  Adrienne 57 episodes, 2008-2011
...  Himself 36 episodes, 2007-2010
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Kat Von D has come home to Los Angeles to fulfill her dream of opening up her own tattoo shop. The news has spread and celebrities, rising starlets, punk rockers, musicians and tattoo collectors alike are lining up for some of Kat's famous black and grey ink. In a city known for its tattoo culture, LA Ink is sure to stand out - drawing clients from all over the world and from all walks of life. But with popularity comes headaches, drama and a lot of hard work. Playing by her own rules, Kat lives a fast-paced, rebel lifestyle. Hers is a life of freedom: she sets her own schedule, picks her clients, sleeps late,and parties all night. For her shop to be a success, Kat will need to learn how to balance her lifestyle and her business while managing a colorful staff of renowned artists. LA Ink will offer a rare glimpse into an LA that is seldom seen, through the eyes of a true insider. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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Show is SO FAKE...KVD is a joke

So I know reality show's aren't real, but this one was so obvious! They clearly hired Aubrey and Liz (Liz Friedman's own website states she's an actress and was booked to star on LA INK....) they used cut scenes, face gestures, and almost every but of "drama" dialogue is copied and pasted together. Just watch some of it when there's drama you almost never see the person that's talking... It's because they're actually not having the conversation you think they are. The scene in which Liz get's fired is proof positive. That scene is the same exact one where they sit down with her supposedly days or weeks earlier on a previous episode and give her a warning, they're wearing the same clothes, and the same people in the background, and if you watch the scene if which she "get's fired" you'll see basically everything Kat says you don't actually see her say it, including the "you're fired" part. It's because they just cut and pasted her saying things from who knows when and put in into the scene, even though it's the same scene that they had her just getting a warning episodes earlier. The audio isn't even put together well - you can hear different background noises and her pitch and everything change's almost word to word...Blech. Kat is spore on the tattoo community and should deserves to go broke a live in a cave for allowing this to happen and pass it off as reality. Should have been a show about tattoo's, I cannot believe Cory Miller took any part of this.


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