Yeah and the pain levels seem a lot less than they should once it's all over, too. None of them act sore.
The two episodes from last weekend:
The story about the ex undercover cop and his bride was a sweet story. They seemed down to earth and happy to have found one another. It was about time he let his cop tattoo go, it looked nothing like him any more. And I can see why his fiancee didn't like looking at a hippie picking his nose when she embraced her husband. I was puzzled why they talked about an Elvis chapel though and then there was no Elvis impersonator in sight. It's cheezy! It's Vegas! It's a wedding! I want Elvii.
Ruckus strikes me as an underground comic book artist or something, artistic in some way. Can't he do something on the show besides quip?
I liked the old folks home segment too but the tattoo customer was definitely a plant. I mean, she was the only one that approached them that still had a spark in her eyes. She had the aura of fresh air around her. Hard to describe but, no way she lived in that nursing home.
Why are all Dirk's tattoos so freaking big? The body builder lady had two small eyes on her back - he covered the whole middle of her back and then some. The rosary tattoo for the elderly lady was huge and wrapped around her arm. She can't use that to count beads for prayer unless she is a contortionist. The cross on it was ginormous. The girl with the tramp stamp - that didn't need to be quite as big either in my opinion, and it looked like fungus.
Dirk seems so into the details of something that he seems to forget sometimes small and plain is just as good.