Mr. Purutu: Oh, Malina, there you are. I was just looking for you.
Malina: Well, here I am.
Mr. Purutu: I talked to Coach Sweaty. Turns out she won't budge on grades. Who knew. I mean, its gym, but I checked out your file, and must say, I'm impressed.
Malina: You are?
Mr. Purutu: Student of the Year, Golden Eraser Winner, Peppiest Penmanship Award, you've got quite a record.
Malina: Yeah, I guess I do.
Mr. Purutu: You've got nothing to worry about, your one of Kuzco Academy's top students. And according to a recent poll, you have a school approval rating of 93%, that's a school record. I mean, I'm only at 22%, that can't be right.
Malina: You know what? Your right. I don't need a new identity.
Mr. Purutu: No you don't, but I might.
Malina: I can't beat being Malina.
Mr. Purutu: Not according to these numbers. Are you holding my wind chimes? I knew it, you're a fellow chimer. Their just mesmerizing aren't they? You know, those chimes once belonged to someone famous. What's his name, or her name? I always forget. Anyway here's a very long story behind them.