All right, guys.
This is your last chance to earn your spot
in the finale. You have 90 minutes to tattoo
a fine-line script assigned by Tiffer, and your time starts… now. – Get it, Tim.
Do it.– Tim and Tony,
head-to-head.This last challenge,
this is a true test of versatility.
– It’s cool. – I’ve got a couple bells
and whistles I’m gonna add into it too. – You have three different
tattoos,three different styles.In and out, get it done.– Cute.♪ ♪– This is where I excel.
I work fast.I can do any style
you throw at me.And I guarantee you,no one in this place
can hang. – 45 minutes left, guys. – I am basically the underdog
in this entire situation.Tony does little bangers.
He’s from a street shop.90 minutes is what I take to
get most of my linework done.I’m gonna have
to pull out tricksthat I’ve never
even done before.– Five, four, three, two, one.
That’s it. Machines down,
time is up. Get ready for
your next tattoo. – That [bleep]
is crisp! – Up next,
you have 90 minutes to tattoo a new school
full color apple assigned by TeeJ. And your time starts now. – Let’s do this. – All right,
stand over here. – That’s cool. – Whatever you do,
don’t sculpt that line. Keep that with one pass.
– Okay. – I’m harnessing my new school
[bleep] roots into you.[exciting music]♪ ♪– 30 minutes left, guys.
30 minutes left.– I am loving this
damn apple right now.This thing looks like
you could, you know, grab it off the street
and bite it.I have this new school
tattoo in the bag,mainly because
I’m pulling off tricks that Tony over there
couldn’t even do. – Five…
– Keep going, keep going. – Four, three, two, one,
that’s it. Time is up. Get ready
for the next tattoo. – Tim showed the [bleep] up
to play today. – I’d eat that apple. – If I didn’t do some coaching
on that one, [bleep]. Dude. – For the last tattoo
of the marathon, you have 90 minutes
to tattoo a single needle sacred heart,
assigned by the judges. And your time starts… now.[dramatic music]♪ ♪– Give it a minute.
– [laughs] – If you do not know how
to use a single needle, it’s like a razor.
You can filet someone’s skin.You’re creating
a full imagewith just one little
needle head. – Don’t go over it a lot.
– It’ll get red?– I’ve never even used
a single needle before.My approach is
to cross my fingers and hope
that I [bleep] make it. – 30 minutes left.♪ ♪– I’m hoping to prove thatjust because you have
a specialty and a niche,that means jack.If you don’t know
how to takewhatever comes through
the door,if you don’t know
how to do walk-ins, you do not deserve
to go against me.♪ ♪– Five, four, three, two, one.
That’s it. Machines down.
Time’s up. – Boom! – The tattoo marathon
is officially over. – Yes. – Tim, you killed it,
bud. – Thank you.
– [bleep] good job. – Good job.
– That’s what I’m talking about, Tony.
– Good job. – I think we’re gonna see
some dreads on stage. – I don’t know about that,
bro. I think it’s best all day. – We’ll see about that.
– All day. – Picking two sabotages, and you’re gonna have
a bad [bleep] day.