Year in Tattoos

2004 in Tattoos

2004 was a year where many of the iconic and nostalgic Nickelodeon shows came to an end, along with a number of sitcoms; while films featuring zombies and bitchy high school cliques hit the cinemas and instantly created passionate fandoms.

Gordon Ramsay hosted two television shows in 2004 – the first of many to come.

Colour realism Gordon Ramsay portrait tattoo by @jennifersterrytattoo

After 11 seasons, the Cheers spin-off sitcom, Frasier ended on May 13, 2004.

Eddie taking a nap. Frasier themed tattoo by @rhihusty

The often-forgotten Nickelodeon animated series, Rocket Power aired its final episode on July 30, 2004.

Tito from Rocket Power. Tattoo by

Mean Girls hit cinemas on April 30, 2004 and we collectively thought it was most definitely Fetch!

Burn book tattoo by @nicolereidtattoo

‘Mean Girls’ x Halloween Tattoos

Neo trad Regina George in her Halloween costume. Tattoo by

‘Mean Girls’ x Christmas Tattoos

Neo trad Mean Girls themed candy cane tattoo by @aatattooer

On Valentine’s Day 2014, Disney Channel broke all of our tween hearts with the final episode of Lizzie McGuire airing.

Lizzie McGuire love heart tattoo by @alexstrangler

Just shy of 100 episodes, the fifth season finale on
June 11, 2004 was The Wild Thornberrys last.

Donnie Thornberry tattoo by @carlybaggins

After thirteen years on the air, and a number of theatrical films released, August 1, 2004 saw the final episode of Rugrats was shown on Nickelodeon; All Grown Up had begun airing a year prior.

Neo trad Rugrats tattoo by @alexrowntreetattoo

After 100 episodes, Hey Arnold! concluded on June 8, 2004.

Floral Helga Pataki tattoo by @jawtattoos

The first movie in the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy,Shaun of the Dead was released in the UK on April 9, 2004.

Stylised Simon Pegg (Shaun Of The Dead) tattoo by @ell_torres_tattoos

After ten seasons, the 236th and final episode of Friends aired May 6, 2004.

Friends themed Gladys artwork tattoo by @rachelbaldwintattoo