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Finished Ink Master Season 1 on Netflix

During this pandemic, I've made it a point to watch my kids' shows with them on Netflix. My eldest started watching Ink Master Season 1 on Netflix a week or so ago. I reset the Netflix password and didn't give it to my kids so they'd have to watch on the family room TV.  Otherwise, they'd all be in their own rooms watching their own shows.  I'd never see them.  This way, I can 'see them' even if I don't watch their show.  But I ended up watching Ink Master with Nica and got into it.

As we were watching the finale, my daughter teasingly asked that we get the same tattoo -- our last name in Baybayin with a 'Filipino sun' at the top.  I laughed.  Then she pulled up the design on her iPhone.  She was serious!

Hmm.  Now I'm actually playing with the idea in my head.  We shall see.

Ink Master is an American reality competition television series that aired on Paramount Network. The show, which premiered on January 17, 2012 (when the channel was called Spike), features tattoo artists who compete in various challenges assessing their tattoo and other related artistic skills. They are judged by renowned tattoo artists and enthusiasts, with one or more contestants being eliminated each episode. The last contestant standing each season receives a $100,000 prize, the title of Ink Master and a feature in Inked Magazine. The series is produced by Original Media, which also produced the reality show Miami Ink.

Three spin-off shows, titled Ink Master: Redemption, Ink Master: Angels and Ink Master: Grudge Match, have also been released.[3] The series has also released a number of special standalone episodes generally themed around an upcoming event or holiday such as Halloween.

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