Um And I'll Be'le
I listened to it again. (It's better looping, so I took the liberty to do that for you.)
In context, I'm pretty sure he was saying, "Umm... and I will be able to" but, in typical speaking fashion, truncated it.
Just thought it was so cool, I had to post it.
Oh, and a lesson? You want a lesson from me too?
Okay, fine. The lesson is this: If you're working in audio, you may come across something that is unintelligible. If you can cut around it--great. If not, however, chances are your audience will be able to figure it out. Language has a lot to do with context.
Which brings up the second lesson (yup, you're getting two): Having a visual that helps explain what your character is talking about can make something that was once too garbled suddenly make sense. Lips are often the best for this.
In a way, we have all become good lip readers over our years of talking with people.
Your Media Production Mentor