Domino's Pizza fell more than 9 percent after reporting earnings on Thursday, its first earnings miss in over four quarters.
After posting excellent numbers last quarter, Jim Cramer spoke with Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle to find out if it is now a victim of its own success after delivering such a strong quarter last time.
"I think that certainly has a lot to do with it," Doyle said.
Domino's delivered 89-cents per share instead of Wall Street estimates for 98-cents, with revenue that came in lighter than expected. Domestic same-store sales increased by 6.4 percent, down from last year, and international same-store sales were up 7.9 percent.