[light music][line trilling]– Thanks for calling [bleep].This is Cheryl,
how can I help you?– Hello, my name is
Landalious Truefeld. Who, may I ask,
am I speaking with today?– This is Cheryl.
– Hi, Cheryl. Uh, I don’t know
if you heard about me. Uh, I am a retired
semi-pro football player. Award winning, world-renowned. I’m calling y’all today
because what I do is I sponsor and set up senior citizen
football leagues. And I’ll tell you that
the old folks love it. The get uniforms–
– Okay, so hold on, so you–– Yes, ma’am.
– Before you go any further,our activity lady is not here.She will be here on Monday.Actually, everybody is gonefor the weekend.
– Say what?– Yes, sir,
they won’t be back–Well, some of them
will be back Monday.I won’t. [laughs] I’m off.
– Well, where you goin’?– I’m gonna go to the house.– Say what now?
– Yeah. – Well, let me
ask you something. You like football?– Yes, sir.
I’m a Pittsburgh Steeler fan.Been for–
– I’m about to hang up on you, girl! You did not say Steelers!– Yes, I did.
– You did not say Steelers. What?
– Yes, sir.– Let me ask you something.
Let me ask you something.– Yes, sir. I was in love
with the Steelerswhen Terry Bradshaw
and Lynn Swann was the guys.– Oh, I can’t stand
Terry Bradshaw.– Why?
– He pushed my buttons.– I need to go, then.
I don’t needto talk to you no more.
– Please, stop.– Good-bye.
– Stop it, stop it. [both laugh] I’ll tell you what
my favorite team is.– You say the Cowboys,
and I’m finna hang up on you!– Ay, did I say that yet? Can you give me a chance, girl?
[laughs]– Ooh, I’m about
to drop it, boy.– Anyway, I like
the Inkster Ink Spots. They are not currently a team,
but you know, back in the late ’50s,
early ’60s, all black– Let me tell you something,
they knocked heads. Knocked people straight on out. The hardest hitting
football team I ever, ever seen in my life.
You ever hear of ’em?– Listen, I’m trying
to get out of here.– Okay, go ahead.
– I love you, sir, I do.– Yes, ma’am.
– But she will be here Monday.Her name is Red.
– Red. Okay.– Yeah.
– All right. But now–and she’s the one
in charge of booking people? ‘Cause I’d like to come in–
– How much you cost?How much-
what’s the timeframe?– I don’t cost nothing.
– Oh, you free?– All y’all pay for
is the cleats and the uniforms, which I designed.
– A majority–and we’ve got a handful of
them can barely walk.– Yeah, but–
yeah but, look here. That’s okay, ’cause
I’ma tell you right now, these old folks–
you put the bright colors, the little spangles
and the cleats on them, they have a ball. And the best part of it,
the football pants, easy access,
you understand? If they gotta
do their business, you just pull the flap down
in the back– [screams] And they right back out there
on the field.– Uh-huh.
– Okay?– Okay.
– So I’ma talk to Reddy Red. And while I go–
– Call her Monday.– Monday.
Well, does she like music?– She loves music.– ‘Cause I like it too, girl.
You know, I sing, too. – If the football
don’t come out, I sing–– What you sing?
– I do! I will call Red,
I’ma be like,♪ Hey, Red ♪♪ You fire hot ♪♪ Hey, Red ♪♪ I know you ain’t there ♪♪ Hey, Red ♪♪ I’m comin’ on over
to put these cleats on you ♪♪ Ohh ♪You know, something like that.
– [laughs]Man, have a good weekend.
I’ll hit you later. Bye.– Okie, dokie. Fine, girl.– [laughs]
-[receiver clicks]♪ ♪[whistle blows]