Classic Sitcom Tattoos You Need To See, Thoughts?


Tattoos are the best way to express yourself, especially if you’re easily pleased visually. Many people will get things tattooed on themselves that are meaningful to them, and yes, this includes classic sitcom characters. You’ll love these tattoos so much, you’ll want to get one yourself!

From Curb Your Enthusiasm to Family Matters, you’ll recognize a ton of this body art. We also cannot believe how accurate everything is, all the way down to the nitty-gritty details.


1. Fonzie

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Look at that smile though! We can’t get enough of the detail to the teeth.

2. Golden Girls

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Right on the front of the thighs. If you ever want to let people know how much of a Golden Girls fan you are, just get this tattoo. You can’t miss it.


3. Curb Your Enthusiasm

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If you love both Curb Your Enthusiasm and Larry David’s face, you can bet your ass you’re the biggest Larry David fan ever.

4. Urkel


There’s literally nothing and no one better than Steve Urkel. “It’s time to do the Urkel!”

5. I Love Lucy

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I Love Lucy in color!? Truly a masterpiece I’m sure we’d all love to see more of.

6. George Costanza

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This person probably uses the tattoo to explain things in Seinfeld form and “yadda yadda yadda…”

7. Aunt Esther

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An absolutely stunning piece of body art of Aunt Esther from Sanford and Son. Those eyes will just stare into your soul if you look long enough.

8. Al Bundy

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Another pair of eyes that will stare into your soul. If you stare at it long enough, it turns into a Modern Family tattoo.


9. Peggy Hill

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Peggy Hill might be the wife of Hank Hill on King of the Hill, but she’s definitely Queen of the religious implications on tattoos.

Are you feeling inspired to run out and go get an impromptu tattoo of your favorite sitcom character? If you’re thinking of using one of the above photos for reference, be sure to print it out and bring it with you. You could have the next popular sitcom tattoo!

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