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Mae Philip yn ceisio dod i delerau a'r ffaith bod Alwena mewn perthynas newydd yn Sbaen. Philip tries to come to terms with the fact that Alwena has met someone else in Spain.


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-So...

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-So...

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-You're not going to jail.

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-But I might have to arrest you.

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-I can't let you go without knowing.

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-I can't let you go without knowing.

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-Know what?

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-Mam is seeing someone. It's serious.

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-Subtitles

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-What are you doing?

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-It's fairly obvious.

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-At half past six?

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-It's better to do something

-than lie awake in bed.

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-I'm not going to Spain,

-so I might as well spring-clean.

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-In February?

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-Does it matter?

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-No. Of course not.

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-We have to do something.

-Dad is losing it.

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-Did he wake you too?

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-Did he wake you too?

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-He's taking the shop apart.

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-Why?

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-Why?

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-To clean it.

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-I think he started here.

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-I know he likes tidiness.

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-It's good that he's doing something.

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-There's nothing good

-about this situation.

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-Have you talked to your mother?

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-Have you talked to your mother?

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-I don't want to.

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-She phoned, but I didn't answer.

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-Phone and tell her

-to answer Dad's calls.

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-Stop hassling me.

-I've only just woken up.

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-I hardly slept, and neither did Dad.

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-I hardly slept, and neither did Dad.

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-It's not my fault.

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-No.

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-It's your mother's fault.

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-Look at him! He's not bothered

-about all the mess.

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-Sometimes, I feel

-that we're living in a launderette.

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-Go for a walk and forget about it.

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-Come with us.

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-I've got to work.

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-Barry!

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-Kylie shouldn't be on her own.

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-When will you find someone else?

-I'm going crazy here all day.

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-Go out for a walk.

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-Go out for a walk.

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-There's too much to do.

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-Like what?

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-Clearing, washing dirty clothes.

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-He'll have nothing to wear.

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-He's growing out of a lot of these.

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-I'm not surprised, he feeds so much.

-Every time you get up, I wake up.

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-It must be tough for you, having

-to turn over and go back to sleep.

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-What can I do to help?

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-What can I do to help?

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-Put yesterday's clothes in the wash.

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-There's no milk left.

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-I'll get some first.

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-Mr Parry, what are you doing?

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-Clearing.

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-Is he alright?

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-It's best to leave him, I think.

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-I feel like asking him

-to come to our house.

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-A large coffee to go.

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-He's stupid, making work

-for himself on a Saturday!

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-It's you who's stupid...

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-..for not accepting

-you'll never get the shop.

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-Even Philip is trying

-to move on, unlike you.

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-Any chance of a driving lesson?

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-Any chance of a driving lesson?

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-I can't.

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-Why?

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-Why?

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-Work.

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-It's Saturday.

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-Ask Rhys.

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-Only for an hour.

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-Only for an hour.

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-Not today.

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-PHONE

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-Why have a car if I can't drive it?

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-Why have a car if I can't drive it?

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-Why have a drone and not use it?

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-Thanks.

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-I'll see you tonight.

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-Behave.

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-Did you see who was phoning?

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-Yes. I didn't know the number.

-Probably a client.

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-Maybe.

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-There you are.

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-Thanks. I don't remember the last

-time these were filed or polished.

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-Pretty. What's the occasion?

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-Pretty. What's the occasion?

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-I've got the weekend off.

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-Take a seat.

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-Is that for me? Thanks.

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-You're welcome.

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-Have you got plans for the weekend?

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-This and that.

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-This and that.

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-Interesting!

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-I don't know.

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-Oh?

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-John's taking me on a date.

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-Is he?

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-Officially?

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-I'd better try my best then!

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-What are you going to wear?

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-I don't know. That's the problem.

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-All I know is we're meeting

-by the bank at quarter past twelve.

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-He'll probably take you to lunch.

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-A surprise, he said.

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-Nice,

-and just before Valentine's Day.

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-Do you need help?

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-Do you need help?

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-Please.

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-I've got a few more questions.

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-Not again. I meant help to clean.

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-Have you spoken to your mother?

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-Have you spoken to your mother?

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-No.

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-I don't want to either,

-after what she's done.

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-I've never seen anyone

-as tidy as you.

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-Haven't you?

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-That doctor is probably tidy...

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-..if he's used to doing surgery.

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-I don't know.

-I've only seen him once.

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-How old is he?

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-How old is he?

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-I don't know.

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-About how old?

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-The same age as you.

-Maybe a bit younger.

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-Is he married too?

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-Children?

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-For the last time, all I know

-is he's a doctor in the same clinic.

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-They've been seeing each other

-for a few weeks.

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-How long is a few weeks?

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-Two, maybe three.

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-I don't know.

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-It's not my place to say.

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-Leave them.

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-You're no help at all.

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-You're looking nice.

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-For a change?

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-No! You always look nice.

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-Are we having lunch here?

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-Nice.

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-You're warm.

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-But not hot.

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-Oh.

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-You have to walk a bit more

-for your surprise.

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-They'll be with you by one o'clock.

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-Great. Thanks.

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-Ta-ra.

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-You can be polite when you try.

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-I always am, with customers.

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-What do you want? I'm busy.

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-What do you want? I'm busy.

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-I'm a customer today.

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-What would you like?

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-What do you think I'd like?

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-You've had plenty of time to decide

-when I was on the phone.

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-I'll have a nine-inch pepperoni.

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-You've got a delivery

-in 20 minutes to Llanfair.

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-Alright.

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-It's a waste of time and money,

-if you ask me.

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-What?

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-Your petrol costs for deliveries

-are more than you get in profit.

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-Especially in that new car.

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-I haven't found anyone

-to ride the moped yet.

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-Unless you fancy doing it?

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-Unless you fancy doing it?

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-No! She's too young.

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-A pizza delivery business that

-didn't deliver wouldn't do well.

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-Did you note the address?

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-Did you note the address?

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-Of course.

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-She's like her mother.

-What more can I say?

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-CARYS CALLS

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-CARYS CALLS

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-Barry, can you come up, please?

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-There are women everywhere

-telling me what to do.

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-There you are. We can go now.

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-What is it?

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-What's that smell?

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-What's that smell?

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-I've put the clothes to dry.

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-He's just been sick again.

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-Can you put the sheets in the wash

-so that we can go out?

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-Right.

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-Now?

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-I might take them

-to the launderette.

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-We've got a machine.

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-Joke. I've lived here on my own!

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-Are you sure you can't come with us?

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-Are you sure you can't come with us?

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-I'd love to, but I can't, sorry.

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-Remember to read the labels.

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-Remember to read the labels.

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-Alright!

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-We're here.

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-Oh!

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-Ready?

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-Ta-dah!

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-Oh!

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-Are we going on that?

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-Ten out of ten for the detective!

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-I thought you'd be used

-to exciting activities.

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-You are game, aren't you?

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-# Start with the truth,

-from summer to autumn

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-# No-one rules us

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-# Break your chain,

-from winter to spring

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-# No-one rules us

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-# Start with the truth,

-from summer to autumn

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-# No-one rules us #

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-A few onions on top, if you can.

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-Anything else?

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-Chillies. A man like me needs

-all the excitement he can get.

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-It'd be easier to make it yourself.

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-Yours is ready, Dad.

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-Is there washing powder in the back?

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-Is there washing powder in the back?

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-You have to deliver these, remember?

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-I'll just put the machine on first.

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-I'll just put the machine on first.

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-They'll be cold.

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-The sheets will smell.

-I'd better do them.

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-Barry Hardy, doing the laundry.

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-Barry Hardy, doing the laundry.

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-Just shut up.

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-I'm going that way.

-I could take them.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Why not? You're snowed under.

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-Why are you doing his work for him?

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-Why are you doing his work for him?

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-Thanks, Ken.

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-I never thought such a small baby

-would make such a mess.

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-He was sick over the sheets and cot.

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-He was sick over the sheets and cot.

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-Some of us want to eat!

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-Are you going or not?

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-# But you know

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-# You'll never be part of this

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-# And in the end

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-# Only we know

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-# Only we know

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-# Only we know

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-# How to live

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-# How to live

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-# Only we know

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-# Only we know

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-# How to live

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-# Only we know

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-# How to live #

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-You look younger than ever,

-Uncle Philip!

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-Hello, stranger.

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-I haven't seen you for years.

-Sorry for not calling by sooner.

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-I had a course in South Wales.

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-I had a course in South Wales.

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-I thought you'd been injured.

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-It's much better.

-I'm still having physio.

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-Llio told me what happened.

-How is Philip?

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-He either says nothing

-or pesters me about the new bloke.

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-It must have been a shock.

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-It must have been a shock.

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-Not just for him.

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-I lived with her and I had no idea.

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-Is the bloke she's seeing a doctor?

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-Has she been seeing him for a while?

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-Has she been seeing him for a while?

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-A week or two, she said.

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-But I think it's longer.

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-Poor Dad looks rather pathetic,

-when he does show his face.

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-Alright, Philip?

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-Alright, Dad?

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-You already know. Pathetic?

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-DRONES

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-Am I stupid or brave,

-offering to take you driving again?

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-Erin's the bad driver. I was OK.

-I want to pass as soon as I can.

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-Before Erin, you mean.

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-She's not very interested.

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-No.

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-Dad or I drive her everywhere.

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-We'll give you the chauffeuring job.

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-We'll give you the chauffeuring job.

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-Huh!

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-I thought you were going

-to throw me overboard at first.

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-I could hardly hear you.

-What a date!

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-Did you enjoy it?

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-Although I wasted money

-on a manicure and a blow-dry...

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-..I did.

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-I can do something right then.

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-I can do something right then.

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-Sometimes.

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-Very original.

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-Can we have some food now?

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-Yes. The date isn't over yet.

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-There's a table booked for us

-at the place you fancied earlier.

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-Oh! I'm glad to hear it.

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-Do you want a go

-or shall we get the car?

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-Don't land yet. Go back.

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-Why?

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-Look!

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-# No-one rules us #

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-Things fell into place for you,

-didn't they? Ta-ta, bedsit.

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-You don't have to move anywhere.

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-Sophie, I'd rather live

-in a crappy bedsit...

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-..than see Dad suffer like this.

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-That's not what I meant.

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-I've had a big let-down.

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-You're not the only one.

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-I know.

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-I'm sorry.

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-Me too.

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-I know how much

-you were looking forward to it.

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-This was my chance to get

-a better life for the children.

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-But I'm giving old women

-blue rinses again...

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-..and still living with Mam and Dad.

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-As I said, you're not the only one.

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-# Do you still see shadows

-in the night?

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-# Do you still cry in your dreams

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-# Do you still see shadows

-in the night?

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-# Still listen to my old songs

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-# My old songs? #

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-Barry!

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-Hiya.

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-Did you have a nice afternoon?

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-Yes. We bought new clothes.

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-Is everything OK here?

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-Yes. I see now why you complained

-about washing clothes.

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-Barry!

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-I think I should be

-in charge of the wash every day.

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-This will fit Tom in a year or two!

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-Is the rest OK?

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-Yes, it's just this.

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-It's much cheaper in Spain.

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-When are you going back?

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-When are you going back?

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-I'm not sure.

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-I was so angry with Mam,

-and I walked out without thinking.

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-She's got cheek, having an affair.

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-She was on her high horse

-when I did that to Sian.

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-We don't know if she had an affair.

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-She'd finished with Dad first.

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-Says she.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Hi, Sophie.

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-No, it's OK.

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-They're not great company anyway.

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-Yes. Tomorrow? Great.

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-You're in a difficult situation.

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-You're in a difficult situation.

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-Impossible.

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-She's your mother.

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-Yes.

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-But if I hadn't gone home early

-and found them being lovey-dovey...

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-..who knows when she'd have told me?

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-I'm so angry with her.

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-It's only natural.

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-But I don't like it

-when others are angry with her.

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-That's natural too.

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-He's here!

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-Hiya! Have you ordered a takeaway?

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-Hiya! Have you ordered a takeaway?

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-We were waiting for you.

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-We weren't sure when you'd finish

-what you were doing.

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-I'm here now. I fancy a madras.

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-I'm here now. I fancy a madras.

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-Is that what you fancy?

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-Did you finish your work, Dad?

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-Did you finish your work, Dad?

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-It's nice to get it done.

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-It's always nice to finish work.

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-Did you go driving, Wil?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Did it go well?

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-Did it go well for you?

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-Did it go well for you?

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-It was alright, thanks.

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-Only alright?

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-Don't lie. We saw you.

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-You saw me what?

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-You saw me what?

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-Having fun.

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-How...

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-The drone!

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-Don't look so angry.

-We're happy for you.

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-Is it official now?

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-Well, today went well.

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-Very well, I'd say.

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-Yes, very well.

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-So, fingers crossed.

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-It looks serious

-between you and Sophie.

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-Things were going well

-until Dad spoiled the plans.

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-What did we say?

-No criticizing.

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-Have you got someone in Spain?

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-Have you got someone in Spain?

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-No-one important.

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-Or he wouldn't have come to see Dad.

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-Dad?

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-What are you doing here?

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-What are you doing here?

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-I've decided to join you.

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-If that's alright?

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-If that's alright?

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-Yes, of course.

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-Great!

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-Why not?

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-Yes. Move on!

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-Yes. Move on!

-

-Yes. I agree with you 100%.

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-That's why I've decided

-to ask for a divorce.

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-I'll get this round. Three pints?

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Mae Philip yn ceisio dod i delerau a'r ffaith bod Alwena mewn perthynas newydd yn Sbaen. Philip tries to come to terms with the fact that Alwena has met someone else in Spain.