Carey announces at a morning meeting that business is booming and H&H is busting at the seams. So two new employees are coming aboard to help offset the workload. Enter Jenn Dabbs, a sexy tattooed receptionist who immediately stirs the hormones, especially Dizzle. Smitten by her beauty Dizzle tries to muster the courage to ask her out. Meanwhile Joey Hamilton pulls into town with needles in hand and hopes that he's going to land a job at H&H. But there are a few hurdles he will need to clear before Carey inks the deal with Joey.
New hire Jenn Dabbs is off to a rocky start and Carey & company are quick to wonder if they made a mistake with their 26th hire in the past 2 years. Will the revolving door of receptionists spin Jenn out of H&H or will she survive another turn? Meanwhile, H&H alum Thomas and Monica start their new life with twins. It's a new beginning for some old friends.
Carey's GM Mark "Murph" Murphy, has a lot on his plate--getting the online order system going, running the warehouse, and dealing with a very ill-conceived large order of hats. So when things start spinning out of control, Carey lays down the law--Murph has to get it done or else. Meanwhile, when Jesse reads in the local paper that Sylvester Stallone is in town shooting Rocky 6, he puts Dizzle up to a heavyweight challenge.
Tattoo artist Clark thinks Dizzle, H&H's struggling apprentice, needs to get scared straight if he's ever going to become a tattoo artist. No more fooling around, no more games and definitely no more dresses. So Clark takes Dizzle to LA for a firsthand lesson in the old school ways of tattooing. But can Dizzle cut it working with the same hardcore artists that taught Clark? Meanwhile, back in Vegas Jerome gets the opportunity to make an even more permanent inscription than a tattoo when a regular client asks him to engrave a memorial tattoo on his mother's gravestone.
When the 45-year old head of the local Habitat for Humanity comes into H&H looking for his first tat, Clark steps up with needle in hand. But before the ink dries, Clark is drawn into an idea that he hopes will help him build a better relationship with his kids--something he never had with his father. Meanwhile, Carey gets roped into a celebrity poker tournament where he rubs elbows with Jenny McCarthy, Jose Canseco and host of other Page 6 peers. But how long can he stay in the game?