Dan, meanwhile, just wants to go get tattoos like they said they would. He finally gets up from his bed, and we are treated to an extreme close-up of his man boobs. It's like the kind of amateur porn that really makes you wish the internet had never been invented. They guys head to a tattoo studio, and Roger explains to the receptionist all about the "Pride" tattoo concept. While he tells the tattoo artist that he wants a four-leaf clover involved in the design (???), Jay tells another artist that he wants to cover up his old tattoo with a family crest. Can I take this moment to point out that his old tattoo is of the comedy and tragedy masks? That must have been a wild night at musical theater camp! Dan finally realizes that having a tattoo that says "Pride" is going to make him look like a big gaylord, and so starts flipping through books and looking for something that will be more meaningful for him. His super-heterosexual choice? An angel holding a guitar. At least it's not "BRET" on the back of his neck. Roger is still excited to get a "Pride" tattoo, and notes that it says a lot about this group as a whole. If you were Bob, would you not be dying right now? Roger's tattoo is a big motherfucker, as is Dan's. Dan thinks/hopes that Jackie will freak out, but then like it and be glad he did it.
Back at the ranch, there are more beatings. The Black Team is a determined bunch. We head back to Vegas for a final look at the body art. Jay incorporated "Pride" into his big-ass family crest. Mark got a cursive "Pride" with a banner underneath it. Roger has a proud bicep. And then, the whole ethos of the Blue Team is encapsulated by this exchange as Roger sees Dan's angel tattoo: