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The artists meet with the judges and watch a guy shoot a clay with a shotgun but I’m more interested in Oliver in sunglasses. So cute. Busta couldn’t compete because he can’t be around guns and the challenge is to draw a design on the butt of the rifle using a Dremel which will test the artist’s ability to add detail. Jamie says the clients are scary looking motherfuckers and I’m like look in the mirror creepy eyes. Clint starts talking smack about the girls not even knowing what a Dremel is and Tacky Baby starts freaking out because she’s never used one before. Jesse’s client tells him he specifically does not want anything cartoony which is hilarious because he has the cartoon artist. Tacky Baby’s client wants his dog but he ends up with a Littlest Pet Shop looking toy dog…Clint starts laughing in his interview about Tacky giving a grown ass man who kills things for fun a cartoony dog and how she’s going to get her ass kicked.
The judges look over all the designs and they really enjoy Steve’s fine lines and Jamie’s work that looks like it was branded. Mark and Tacky are on the bottom with Tacky doing the worst job possible. Steve wins! Of course he says that he is coming after Busta who has been targeting him since the beginning. They all arrive back and tell Busta that Steve won which scares Busta who knows that he is fucked. Who’s the Predator now bitch?
The Elimination Challenge is to tattoo a pin-up girl which requires a lot of details that could make or break a tattoo. They can do any style they want but they all have to use the same reference material which is Dave Navarro’s ex/present/whatever side piece fetish model Darenzia. I really didn’t understand why she was sitting so close to Oliver making sex faces on the couch until I saw her website. It explains everything. Dave tells Steve to be ruthless and to stack the deck as he goes to select canvas’ for everyone. Busta interviews that you should always be ready to blaze your guns and to not waste your bullets. Isn’t wasting bullets what sent you to jail in the first place? Steve wants Kay to go home and Kay says he will gladly go…with an extra suitcase full of money. He also makes a great observation that he can’t be scared of Steve when his wardrobe doesn’t leave him with that option.