Dirk and Ruckus meet Anita and her son, Chris. While Chris' mom was perfectly fine with him getting a tattoo, neither of them are happy with the result.
What was meant to be the notation for Chris' favorite song is nothing more than musical mumbo-jumbo. Dirk knows the size of this tattoo is going to make this cover up a real challenge. "In this case, that treble clef is huge, and then right through the middle of this tattoo are lines," he says.
Fortunately for Chris, his brother was able to come up with a design that will hide his old tattoo completely. Unfortunately for Chris, the new design is huge, and that means it's going to hurt. Dirk tells Chris to prepare for pain, and then starts working...
...and working. Chris holds up as best he can, and after a long, painful session in the chair, it's finally time for him to see his new ink.
Both Chris and his mom love the new design. "You made a mistake," Dirk says, "and your brother helped you fix it."
Dirk straps into a Ferrari as he and Ruckus hit the racetrack for a few laps while they wait for their next client, Rachel, who's a bit of an adrenaline junkie.
The guys see a car tearing up the track, and realize that Rachel will be right with them. Rachel is a vocal chord cancer survivor. To celebrate, she decided to get a tattoo. Unfortunately, her artist decided to hide a body part in the design.
Dirk and Ruckus are shocked when Rachel reveals her tattoo, and they see that the "hidden" body part is significantly more visible than they were expecting.
Dirk is nervous about the cover up, but ultimately, Rachel loves the new design. "I was able to use the butterfly wings that were already there and just give them a cooler shape and a different color" he explains. "But I gotta say, that penis was pretty prominent. I hid it in the corset on the sexy fairy, so it's gone now."
Ruckus' dog, Creepy Le Beef II, uses his finely honed senses to track down Peyton's terrible tat on the Vegas strip. What was meant to be a tribute to her grandmother ended up being downright creepy itself.
With her old tattoo gone, Peyton can feel confident that her tribute to her grandmother will now be embraced by her family, rather than avoided at all costs.