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'Tattoo Nightmares' covers up a ‘Doggie Style’ tattoo on Spike

Lorenzo Lamas got a new cover up from Tommy on Tattoo Nightmares
Lorenzo Lamas got a new cover up from Tommy on Tattoo Nightmares"Photo courtesy of Spike, used with permission”

On last night's episode of "Tattoo Nightmares," Jasmine, Big Gus and Tommy, the tattoo doctors had their work cut out for them in this episode titled, “Doggie Style.” With the popularity of tattoos, and shops popping up all around the country many people are sporting some awful tattoos; some have nearly ruined peoples’ lives, but the re-enacted stories behind them are often more bizarre than the tattoos.

As the episode begins, Jasmine, Gus and Tommy are discussing the realm of clients they have met. From celebrities and lawyers, to everyday people; they all have terrible tattoos and the strange stories should be written into a warning book of what not to do.

Tommy’s first client is none other than, Lorenzo Lamas who has a 30-year-old tattoo he got to commemorate his father’s memory. To those too young to know who his father was, it is Fernando Lamas, who played the Latin lover in several movies from the 1950s. Lorenzo’s mother was beautiful actress Arlene Dahl. No slacker himself, Lorenzo has starred in several movies and television series, most famously for Falcon Crest and Renegade.

Lorenzo’s back shoulder tattoo is a winged horse with dark wings. Tommy will have a job covering this one, but he would like a Spanish conquistador on horseback to cover this ugly tattoo. After a lot of thinking, Tommy came up with an awesome design of the conquistador and using the horse to cover up the dark wings, nobody would ever know it was a cover up.

Jasmine’s client is a large police officer in full uniform. After her initial shock, he tells her he has the king of bad tattoos. When he takes off his shirt, it is a horrible depiction of Elvis with a resemblance of Dracula. He would like a man transforming into a werewolf, to symbolize his struggles in life. When the tattoo was completed, he was in total amazement. She did a phenomenal job covering up the tattoo and gave him the strength to face his fellow officers and no longer be the laughing stock of the precinct.

A woman whose tattoo is messing up her sex life, comes in to see Big Gus. Her name is Meagen, and she has had this tattoo for 14 years. It is two dogs doing it doggie style on her ass cheek. She would like a sugar skull to take the place of the tattoo in memory of her loved ones. When she was 17, she was in love with a guy who had a criminal record for drug trafficking. She had no idea until the day she got the tattoo. Now his memory is a thing of the past, and her new tattoo will bring her a new life.

Now thanks to these three phenomenal artists, there are three people who can be proud of their creations and are no longer victims of their "Tattoo Nightmares."