(phone ringing) – Hey (beep), how you doin’ today? – I’m great, and you? – I am fabulous. (upbeat music) Now, I can tell from the
tone in your voice, (beep), that you know who I am. And I am that Landalious Truefeld, retired semi-pro football player from Northeastern, Downriver, Michigan. – Okay, first of all, sir,
this is a business office. – Yes, ma’am, yes, ma’am. – You have something I
can do for you in regard to one of the stores from
the mall’s management office? – Absolutely, I would like to
set up a in-mall performance, if that’s possible. (clears throat) – Okay, what you need to do, I’m going to give you the email address. – All right, I’m ready when you are. – Okay, her name is Kristina, K-R-I–
– Deena? Deena K–
– Kristina. – Got it, Deena. – K-R, no. I’m gonna spell it for you. – Yes, ma’am. – I’m going to say it and
then I’m going to spell it. – All right.
– Kristina. – Regina. – No, here, let me spell it for you and maybe you can pronounce it correctly. – Okay then. Okie dokie. – K-R-I-S – Got it. – T-I-N-A, Kristina. – Let me spell that back. Regina. – No, sir. – Wait a second.
– No, sir. – I’m sorry.
– K as, K as in– – Cat? – Cat, yeah, well. – Christian? – K as in king. – Oh, I like that. – K as in king, R as in Romeo,
I as in I, S as in sing, T as in Thomas, I as in I, N
as in November, A as in apple. Kristina. – All right, let me read this back to you. – Okay. – Regina dot (mumbles) dot E at your mama comma okie dokie fine dot com. Is that? – No, it’s Kristina
(mumbles) at gmail.com. I believe I spelled it all out. – Thank you so much, thank you so much, you’ve been so helpful. Now before I let you go, I
just wanted to let you know what I’m tryin’ to do as
a retired football player. – Sir, sir, will you tell me this. – Guess what, I changed my career. (vacuum whirring)
– It makes no difference what you tell me about
what you’re going to do. You have to talk to Katrina about it. – You said Katrina. (laughs) – Yeah, you got me doin’ it now. – You’re funny. (laughs) – She’s the lady that would
make the determination, but I appreciate that. – Well, thank you, thank you so much. – [Female Puppet] Thank
you, have a good day. – And from here on out,
I call you Miss Sunshine. Bye (beep). (upbeat music)
(laughing) That was insane. (laughing) – [Woman] She just wanted
to get you off the phone. – Does she work in a prison? (laughing) She was not to be dissuaded. (laughing) She was like former military. No, sir.