Eventually the tattoo is remastered to read "Phyllis and Ken, Eternally".
Ken: You don't understand Mr. Da Vinci, I already have a tattoo on my chest.
Da Vinci: So, a man only has one painting on his walls?
Ken: I want to have it removed.
Da Vinci: You want to have this removed?
Ken: Yeah and I only got a few hours can you do it?
Da Vinci: You're in luck because you have just hit one of the three artists that can remove a tattoo in one afternoon.
Homer: Those are awfully long needles.
Da Vinci: A tattoo design goes all the way thru just like inlaid linoleum. May I see your design please.
Da Vinci: That's fine ... hey excuse me by any chance did you have this done in Hong Kong?
Da Vinci: You did. (all excited) I knew it, I knew it! That's an El Greco! Why didn't you tell me this was an El Greco!?! Look I want to show you something, look how he signs his signature over here all curled up, that's the touch of the Master! The depth, the color, the feeling!
Ken: Well you better get started.
Da Vinci: Get what started.
Ken: You gotta take this off.
Da Vinci: Me I wouldn't touch it.
Ken: What do you mean you wouldn't touch it.
Da Vinci: Would Picasso go around tearing Rembrandt. Can you imagine how much this is worth in a few years from now!
Ken: I don't care I just want it off.
Da Vinci: Young man you should be hanging in a museum!
Ken: (Making excuses to Phyllis so she won't see his tattoo that he got in Hong Kong during wartime) I made a promise that I was saving myself for the right girl.
Phyllis: (kissing Ken) And think of the music just drawing us closer and closer. (record drops with Adolf Hitler's speech playing) oh that Hitler!
Ken: Where'd you get the Hitler record? Phyllis: Oh ah it's a World War II album I bought a long time ago.
A World War II Hitler allusion.