In anticipation of a visit by Full Steam Magazine's owner and Amy's dad P.J. Jordan, Neal resolves to win him over with a new strategy that will increase ad revenue by 30%. After things at the office get off to a rocky start, Neal nervously makes his pitch during their lunch meeting. While P.J. reveals that all he expects is that the magazine break even, he's intrigued when Neal proposes budget cuts that will help Full Steam turn a profit. Meanwhile, Tyler and Gibbs coach Milo on improving his first feature for the magazine, an investigative piece on drug trafficking. When Neal ends the magazine's policy of providing free coffee and bagels, Gibbs' caffeine craving sends him to a nearby office's well-stocked break room for relief. And after a woman named Nora complains about a guy she dated who is now refusing to call her, Gibbs pretends that he works there and gives her some relationship advice in order to continue helping himself to her office's free coffee. Meanwhile, encouraged by Gibbs to go deeper with his story, Milo attends a drug rehab meeting. But after he tries to replicate the experience of a drug courier by ingesting several flour-filled balloons, Milo must see a doctor for an ultrasound, and ends up landing in jail. Though Neal is proud of the budget cuts he's made, an inspired P.J. says that they are just the beginning, and announces that to save money on paper costs, he is reducing the magazine's size by cutting its investigative features -- starting with the one Milo is working on. As he worries about what all the cost cutting will mean for Full Steam, Tyler discovers that Gibbs has found a way to get around the coffee ban. But when he's pressured to disclose the location of the coffeemaker he's been using to feed his habit, Gibbs loses his privileges after Nora recognizes Tyler as the man she's been complaining about. As Gibbs and Tyler are forced to find another convenient break room, Neal stands his ground against P.J.'s draconian cuts. And though Milo's debut investigative article is published after all, his dismay over the small print size is compounded by the jailhouse mug shot that is used as his contributor picture. © 2012 Sony Pictures Television Inc. All Rights Reserved.