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    #1

    Hi! I can't understand a sentence.

    I'm watching this movie on YouTube, but I can't understand what the guy's saying at 34:18

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezb2zxO31UA&t=2058s

    Could someone please help me with that?

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    Re: Hi! I can't understand a sentence.

    That's a mystery to me, I'm afraid. It sounds like "Is there a come?" or "Is there a count?" but neither makes sense. I notice that the subtitles read "Missouri come?" That also makes no sense!
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #3

    Re: Hi! I can't understand a sentence.

    I think it's some very poor editing, and a chunk of the dialog was cut to save time. These kinds of movies don't bother much with 'details'. My guess is: "Is there (someone waiting for you) at home?" What we hear is the "(a) t home?" What that might have to do with her being on "just a business trip" I can't say, but again, this is a Lifetime movie, so the story won't make much sense. Very possibly there was some more dialog cut to get from the discovery of the ring to the 'business trip'.

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