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I don't have the numbers in front of me right now, but I guaran-damn-tee that the entire world is streaming more television than we ever have before. Netflix and chill has been a thing for quite some time, but now we have nothing to do but chill and watch TV. (Somebody is telling me that I don't full understand the phrase "Netflix and Chill," that it may have something to do with coitus, but I'm pressing on regardless.)

We're spending a lot of time catching up on shows we've never seen, or possibly, going back and watching old favorites. Here are some tattoos from highly bingeable shows. Enjoy!

"The Sopranos" is the show that launched this golden age of television that we are living through. And, mild spoiler alert and possible hot take, the ending is a lot better after all of these years.

You can find 68 more "Breaking Bad" tattoos here!

If you do decided to binge watch "Dexter," maybe just forget that the last season existed. You've been warned.

"Vikings" is one of the most underrated binge watches out there. 

Why not cook up an ice cream and liverwurst pizza and watch all of the original "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" cartoon? 

You have one season to work with, but "The Mandalorian" is top-notch. You can bang it all out in one day. This is the way.

"The Walking Dead" is the show that seemingly won't ever die, so you're going to have to be really committed to binge all those hours of zombie drama. 

This "Curb Your Enthusiasm" tattoo is pretty, pretty good. 

You come at the king, you best not miss. "The Wire" is this humble writer's choice for best TV show of all time. Give it a watch! 

"Tiger King" is the one show that everybody has binged in the last month. Learn more about this tattoo here. 

A whole generation is discovering "Friends" through streaming. 

Newman! "Seinfeld" is still hilarious all these years later.

If you have yet to see "Fleabag,' drop everything that you're doing and watch it immediately. 

I've been binging "No Reservations." I miss traveling and experiencing new cultures almost as much as I miss Anthony Bourdain. 

"The Simpsons" on Disney + is one of the most hilarious ironies of all time. They shit on Disney roughly every other episode, often going really hard. Seasons 3-8 are absolute perfection, but there are good episodes in every season of the longest running sitcom of all time. 

"Big Mouth" absolutely nails the pain of adolescence and puberty, in the most hilarious way. 

"Game of Thrones" may have had a lackluster finish, but re-watching it all is still an amazing journey.