Dirk and Ruckus meet up with a grandma named S.J. (which stands for "Sweet and Jewish") who loves her tattoo, but wants to replace it with something a little more grandchild-friendly.
Years ago, S.J. hit a big jackpot and got a tattoo in celebration with some friends. The guys have a good laugh about it, but understand why she wants to get it covered up. "It's a great tattoo," laughs Dirk. "Maybe not for a grandma, but it's a great tattoo."
Dirk has some reservations about working on S.J. "Tattooing a 65-year-old is a lot different than tattooing a 25-year-old," he explains. "The skin is not as resilient and there's no avoiding how painful this is going to be for S.J." S.J. tries singing through the pain...
...and when singing doesn't do the trick, gallant Ruckus is nearby to offer a comforting hand for S.J. to clutch.
S.J. toughs it out and is rewarded with an adorable cat tattoo that she knows her grandkids will love.
Dirk and Ruckus' next client is waiting to meet them at the Mermaid Lounge, where a mermaid blows kisses to onlooking children.
When Jeremy first went to college, he decided to get a tattoo on his lower back. At the time there was no such thing as a "tramp stamp." Unfortunately for Jeremy, times have changed. Now he finds himself sporting an embarrassing "man-stamp."
Besides being in an unfortunate location, Jeremy's tattoo of a zoot suit-wearing sea monkey named "Junky Punky" is plain old weird.
Dirk knows that Jeremy's tattoo is going to take some time to fix. He says, "Jeremy has a bad case of man-stamp-itis and the only cure is to surround it with ink. I hope Jeremy likes big tattoos."
Jeremy's tattoo is starting to come together. While it looks better than Jeremy's proposed concept of a cartoon squirrel, Dirk is worried that the size will freak Jeremy out.
Happily, Jeremy loves the new design. Dirk breathes a sigh of relief before explaining that Jeremy's old sea monkey pimp lives on in the form of his new tree's trunk and root.