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This is a part of a dialogue:

"I was standing on a corner when this ordinary looking guy stands next to me and smiles and...and I'm so busy scoping for someone hotter that...I'don't even give him a second look"

I listened to this dialogue and wrote it down so it may have some errors, but my question is if scoping for it's the same as looking for...¿?

I clearly hear scoping, but could it be another similar word?

Here's the link to the audio (I couldn't attach it here )

http://cid-97b2f779255e2735.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/scoping.wav

I'm hoping you can help me ! Thanks!
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Gabishmy question is if scoping for it's the same as looking for
Yes.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=scoping
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So, help me understand this...

the girl means that at the moment she was looking at someone hotter or that she's always or in general looking for someone hotter??

What do you think?
Here is a more complete context:

Meredith: Amanda, you can't be out here
Amanda: Would you wanna be all alone at a time like this? We had 30 seconds of interaction before he saved my life, and I wasn't even nice. I was standing on a corner when this ordinary looking guy stands next to me and smiles, and I'm so busy scoping for someone hotter that I don't even give him a second look. The next thing I know, he throws me out of the way of a bus I'm about to walk in front of, and almost gets himself killed. He literally, he swept me off my feet. That is my prince in that bed.
Meredith: Ok, you can stay until they take him to surgery.


Amanda was, at that moment, looking for (not at) someone hotter than the guy standing beside her. She was obviously so distracted by her search that she almost got herself run over by a bus. As far as Amanda's general behavior vis-a-vis looking for hot men, I can't say. That's a question for regular viewers of the TV show.