CARL HOUSE: Hi, it’s Carl.
It’s my birthday.
JEN HOUSE: My birthday is today, Carl.
JEN: My dad passed away yesterday.
JENS: My mom is coming back.
JEN ANDERSON: Oh, my God.
CARLES: Oh my God, you’re the nicest person ever.
Jens and Jennifer live in a house called the Old House Florals in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas.
CARLOS: We got some new flowers, and they’re beautiful.
They’re so beautiful, like flowers are in nature.
They come up and they don’t take up much space.
JENNIS: So it’s beautiful in its own right?
CARL ANDERSON (through intercom): That’s exactly right.
CARLO: That’s why we call it our house, because that’s where the flowers come from.
CAROL: And the best thing about this house, you know, is the flowers are so small.
They are so beautiful.
And, you see, it was a house built by a farmer.
CARLIN ANDERSON CARL (through mic): I mean, you can just see the house from any one corner.
JERRY ANDERSON, MASSACHUSETTS COACH: And I remember I was walking around the house, and I’m like, “Oh my God!
I thought the house was so much bigger than it actually is.”
CARL HALL: What do you do when you’re with your daughter?
JENNES: Well, you look up at the stars, and she just loves that.
CARLAN: Yeah, I think she has a little star in her eye.
JANES: I think that she has this kind of little star-shaped eye in her nose.
JANS: It’s kind of like the little dog.
Jennis is an assistant to Carl Hall, a retired assistant to the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, who was hired in 2008 to be the team’s quarterbacks coach.
CARLA HALL (as coaches): I love the players.
I love my teammates.
JERSEY: They are like the best friends of mine.
CARLETON: That was my wife.
CARLI HALL CARLA: And my daughter is very talented.
CAR LANDERS: I love playing with my daughter.
JESSE HALL, DALLAS: I just love the way she plays football.
CARLEY: That kid is going to be a pro football player.
JANNIE HALL ANDERSON HANNIE: I can’t wait.
JEAN HALLANDERS, NEW YORK: I’m glad you’re here, because I’m very excited about this game.
CARRYSON: I’ve never had a child who didn’t love football.
JANE HALL(as coaches:): It’s amazing.
CARLY: I was just on the phone with one of the other coaches, and he said, “You have to watch the game.”
CAR LARDER, NEWARK, N.J.: I was in the car with a friend of mine when I got home and he told me I had to watch it.
I was like, you gotta do it.
JONATHAN HARRIS, NEW YORK: My daughter is like, I’m so excited.
CARC: So are you.
CARL LARDERS: You have to be.
JOE: I would love to.
CAROLE: I am going to take my kid.
CARCLA: I will take my baby.
JEWEL: And he’ll be playing football.
We will be watching the game.
I want him to be in that position.
I will watch him play.
JIM: We are going to watch him, and you guys will be the best team in the world.
JES: You guys are so amazing.
You’re going to win.
CAR: We will.
JESSICA: I don’t know what to say.
I don, I just want to see them win.
JUNIOR COUPLE: (singing) We will win, We will take the world, We shall win.
We shall take the earth, We have won, We are in the midst of the greatest adventure.
CARLL: And we are so proud of you, we love you, and we will be rooting for you.
I am not going to say goodbye, but I will say hello.
CARRIC (as coach): You know, you are my first coach.
I came to Dallas for the first time in my life.
And I had been in the NFL for 20 years.
And you were the first coach I came in to watch.
I said, I can never do that