She has never bought a condo before. She has no clue. She is hiring lawyers and signing her name on the dotted line a lot. She has complete faith in her financial guru husband. She's ok with not knowing every little detail, she has the basic idea.
She knows about the deadlines required, so she is trying to hound her attorney who seems to be invisible, but has a nice chunk of their combined change. She is hoping the attorney-guy is doing his job, but she just isn't sure.
She returns home from some new condo shopping, hoping that the attorney-guy has something to say, something for her to sign, some something that will show that he is doing some work. The red light is blinking. A message! It's the attorney-guy!
He is talking fast and she only gets bits and pieces. The tone sounds promising, but who is Christina? The sponsor is Jen Lee, the finance-lady is Carmela Dragonetti (no joke), and the bank dude has a name too, but now there is a Christina involved? She decides this is a good thing and calls her husband:
"Honey. The attorney-guy called and mentioned someone named Christina who is involved with something...I am not sure what he said exactly...do you know a Christina?"
Her husband says, "That's you honey, you're Kristina." Oh yeah.