When Al refused to pick up the phone again I brought the Redneck Roofer into the mix and had him talk to the cops instead. Despite not being called in months, he also assumed it was a prank call, aided perhaps by Frank Garrett saying “Duncan Construction” in the background. He explains the situation to the officer in an attempt to get help, but she informs him that there’s nothing they can do to trace the call.
The first of my calls to the Redneck Roofer, and the first time i’d dialed his number, so I was kinda surprised it even rang in the first place. He trades insults with the Jackass Plumber about his mother, cocksucking and getting fucked in the county jail for a while before announcing that his TV show is coming on and he has to go.
We call up the Redneck Roofer and his wife answers the phone and tells us we don’t have lives, so we call back and tease her with the recording of herself until she hangs up. The Roofer becomes engraged at this and argues furiously with his own soundboard and Frank Garrett. When we call back again and play some soothing music to him he seem to mellow out, but continues to argue with Frank Garrett, once again bringing up his two favorite conversation topics; getting fucked in prison by big bucks and black men, and beastiality.
Conference prank calls to Mr. Frank Garrett connecting him with Police and then with the Redneck Roofer as our roofing friend furrows his brow and tries to understand what the hell is going on from Frank himself.
This was the last real call made to the Redneck Roofer, we caught him in a festive mood with the Butch Driveshaft Soundboard sometime before Christmas.
“WHAT THAA FUCKKKKK!!!”