And, lastly, am I the only one that thinks it's strange that the guy that didn't win Season 1 is the one that got a show on Spike and was referenced on the show last night? Shouldn't the guy that won be the one that gets TV appearances and mentions?
Tommy seemed to be the fan favorite, and that's what you base future offers on. Tommy was going to get people to tune in; Shane was not.
Sara tried to talk all of her canvases into changing their tattoo into what she wanted.
Sarah talked people out of things that were too big or complex for the time frame. She didn't completely ignore them as human beings. She talked them into black/gray over color and the like; she didn't essentially say, "Fuck you, I don't care that I'm ruining your entire body with this shit."
And that is why Sebastian is a complete and utter piece of shit. I don't care that the canvas signed up for the show. To me, saying that someone signed up so it's okay that they get mutilated by some no-talent hack is really off-base. Sebastian has proven he has no respect for the people he works on. He did that more than once over the course of the season. People sign up knowing that they will get something done in a too-short time frame. They know it will have to meet some competition guidelines. But I don't blame anyone for not knowing the show would put them in the hands of a sadistic hack like Sebastian. And that is what Sebastian is--a sadistic piece of shit. From his earlier comments about intentionally trying to hurt someone to his refusal to take any input at all or consider this human being in the slightest. He's walking garbage, and there's no excuse for that. I'm not going to excuse that kind of behavior in an effort to provide cover for some lowbrow reality TV show.
He is hot, I grant you, but I'm sure he's teeming with sexually transmitted diseases, or whatever the kids call them nowadays.
I'm not even sure I think the PPoD is all that hot anymore. He's a stereotype of bad boy, and it's grown thin.
As for the kids, I think the P.C. term is sexually transmitted infection these days. Can't call it a "disease", because it might be traumatizing, I guess. Heh.