Pennod 14 Rownd a Rownd


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Pennod 14

Mae Mathew yn grediniol na fydd Philip yn ysgaru Alwena yn y diwedd ond mae Sion yn ofni ei fod o ddifri'. Mathew is convinced Philip won't divorce Alwena but Sion isn't so sure.


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-Yes! Move on.

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-Yes! Move on.

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-I agree with you 100%.

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-That's why I've decided

-to ask for a divorce.

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-Subtitles

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-# Good morning, good morning #

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-It's not my fault Mr Lloyd

-gave your scone to the birds.

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-It's not my fault we're late

-because you forgot that.

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-Don't be angry. What's wrong?

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-It's a Monday.

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-We're working.

-You should be thankful.

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-There's more to life than work.

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-What do you mean?

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-What do you mean?

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-Exactly what I said.

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-All we do is work.

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-All I did was forget the detergent!

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-Let's go. The sooner we go,

-the sooner we finish.

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-Arthur. I wasn't expecting a parcel.

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-Obviously. It's for Erin.

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-If I leave it with you,

-I won't have to fill in a form.

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-Is it because John's here

-that you didn't answer the door?

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-I've just had a shower.

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-I've just had a shower.

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-John could still be with you.

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-It'll all come out in the wash!

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-Isn't it late for a shower?

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-I had a lie-in after a night shift,

-if that's OK with you!

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-Are you sure you're alone?

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-Are you sure you're alone?

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-Arthur!

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-What about the signature?

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-No-one eats more bara brith

-than her.

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-They spoil each other.

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-It's what people do

-when the relationship's new.

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-I hope they won't be here all day.

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-We can assure you

-there isn't a crumb on the floor.

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-Indeed.

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-Good. We just hoovered in there.

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-Have you got any plans for today?

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-As it happens, yes.

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-Noson Lawen tickets.

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-Fair play!

-You're a lucky woman, Megan.

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-Tonight?

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-Tonight?

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-Yes.

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-I can't. I haven't done my hair.

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-You look lovely as you are.

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-I can't go out like this.

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-I'll ring the salon

-to see if they can fit me in.

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-They're hard to please.

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-From my experience,

-it's always worth trying.

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-Do you fancy coming for a jog

-instead of stuffing your face?

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-No, thanks.

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-What's wrong? Afraid to lose?

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-What's wrong? Afraid to lose?

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-No. I run a lot in Spain.

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-If you say so.

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-If you say so.

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-I just did.

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-You've got Dad's bluffing skills.

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-You've got Dad's bluffing skills.

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-I'm not bluffing.

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-That's what he said.

-He doesn't want a divorce.

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-He sounds serious.

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-I've been with him.

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-There's no way

-he meant what he says.

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-He needs our support

-whatever he decides to do.

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-That's the trouble.

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-He's in no state

-to make big decisions.

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-He's just going full steam ahead.

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-Here you are.

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-Here you are.

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-Why?

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-Can you work in the shop later?

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-Can you work in the shop later?

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-He's got nothing better to do.

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-He won't come running with me.

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-He won't come running with me.

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-Where are you going?

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-To see my solicitor.

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-You don't know him

-as well as you think.

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-How did it go with the counsellor?

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-How did it go with the counsellor?

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-OK.

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-She didn't teach you

-not to do that at the dinner table!

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-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

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-For a jog.

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-I have to train to make the team.

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-I have to train to make the team.

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-How times change!

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-I'd go out for chips

-and curry sauce, not a run.

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-Hence the belly and no muscles.

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-Hence the belly and no muscles.

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-My muscles are fine, thank you.

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-Some people like them.

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-Some people like them.

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-Sian needs glasses.

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-Bye, Wil.

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-Bye, Wil.

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-Bye.

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-What is it with him?!

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-Is he alright?

-He's been odd for days.

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-He's always been odd, if you ask me.

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-Philip.

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-Philip.

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-Wyn.

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-How are things?

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-How are things?

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-Same old, same old.

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-My sister delivered another blow.

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-My sister delivered another blow.

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-I bet you knew.

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-It came as a shock to me too.

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-I don't know what's come over her.

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-She usually clears up

-after my mistakes.

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-I've had enough.

-I've asked for a divorce.

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-Divorce? Are you sure?

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-Alwena's moving on with the doctor.

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-I might as well follow suit.

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-But...

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-But...

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-Get it over with quickly.

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-I've got an appointment

-at twenty past.

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-Another two minutes.

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-Have you been for a walk?

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-Have you been for a walk?

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-Yes. At least he's stopped crying.

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-Have you finished early?

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-I've got to go to Liverpool.

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-Tonight?

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-Now.

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-You won't be back

-until the early hours.

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-I'll have to stay the night.

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-Why don't you come with me?

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-I don't think so. I'm too tired.

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-I'll be back

-first thing in the morning.

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-These are ready, Barry.

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-These are ready, Barry.

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-Great. I'll deliver them on my way.

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-Sorry.

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-Don't look at me like that.

-I'll help out tomorrow.

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-Do you want a pizza?

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-Do you want a pizza?

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-No, thanks.

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-Thank heavens you could fit me in.

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-You have to look your best

-for Noson Lawen.

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-Will you be on the telly, Megan?

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-Will you be on the telly, Megan?

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-I don't think so.

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-The poster says it's being recorded.

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-Is it?

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-Is it?

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-The pressure's on, Lowri!

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-She always does a wonderful job.

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-She always does a wonderful job.

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-Sit in the front row.

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-I don't like

-to draw attention to myself.

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-Sit in the back

-if you don't like a fuss.

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-I'm looking forward to it.

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-Hiya. Can't you keep away?

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-Hiya. Can't you keep away?

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-Arthur delivered this for Erin.

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-You're prettier than him.

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-Alright?

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-OK?

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-Hi, Wil.

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-Come in for a cuppa.

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-I haven't seen the children since

-they caught us on New Year's Day.

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-The drone's caught us since then.

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-You'll be fine, especially

-if this is something to wear.

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-Come on.

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-Thanks, Lowri. Wonderful, as always.

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-Oh! Lovely.

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-Thanks to Lowri.

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-The camera is bound to find you.

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-That's 25, please, Megan.

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-Edwin.

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-Edwin.

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-Yes?

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-We're not sitting

-in the front row tonight, alright!

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-We'll sit wherever you want.

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-I'll have my glasses.

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-Is something wrong?

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-Is something wrong?

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-I can't find my purse.

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-Is it in this?

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-No.

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-I'm sorry, Lowri.

-Can I pay some other time?

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-Of course.

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-Of course.

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-I'll pay.

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-No, it's fine.

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-No, it's fine.

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-I insist.

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-I've got the cash.

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-I've got the cash.

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-Thank you.

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-I'd like to give Lowri a tip,

-if you don't mind.

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-Yes, of course.

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-Enjoy yourselves.

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-Enjoy yourselves.

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-Thank you. Bye.

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-Hiya. Have you got two minutes?

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-Yes.

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-I hope you're paying for that.

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-I hope you're paying for that.

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-Like father, like son. Is he around?

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-He isn't back from the solicitors.

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-He isn't back from the solicitors.

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-He went then.

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-Maybe you should accept

-you're wrong.

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-It's better than having him

-moping around the place.

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-He'll get cold feet, guaranteed.

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-He'll get cold feet, guaranteed.

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-That's 1.50, please.

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-Well? How did it go?

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-Well? How did it go?

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-I've taken the first step.

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-Divorce?

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-Yes.

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-You might as well know.

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-I've given adultery as a reason.

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-I'll fight for all the assets,

-including the house.

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-Iolo and Llio's house?

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-Yes. I'm sorry if this

-puts you in an awkward position.

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-I've had enough

-of being treated like a doormat.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-You do remember

-you've got a full-time job in Spain?

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-I'm helping Dad.

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-For how long? You're needed there.

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-For how long? You're needed there.

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-And here.

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-In the meantime,

-who's collecting rent there?

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-Maybe I don't want to go back...

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-..to collect rent

-or to live with Mam.

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-Look at it from her point of view.

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-How can I?

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-I don't understand

-why she did this to Dad, to us all.

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-Is your father upstairs?

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-Yes. Why?

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-Quite an honour, Tom,

-to be greeted by both of you.

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-We're going out.

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-We're going out.

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-I was going to pay for a takeaway.

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-We've booked a table

-at some posh place in Llandudno.

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-Sorry, Carys.

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-Never mind.

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-Never mind.

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-Come with us.

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-I don't think so.

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-I don't think so.

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-Where's Barry?

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-In Liverpool for the night.

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-In Liverpool for the night.

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-We'll cancel.

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-Don't be silly.

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-Don't be silly.

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-I don't want you to be on your own.

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-I'm not on my own.

-We'll be fine, won't we, Tom?

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-Eating well, I see.

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-It's easy and fast.

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-I've got news.

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-Oh?

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-Oh?

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-I phoned Alwena.

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-Oh. She answers certain people.

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-I mentioned the divorce.

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-Did you?!

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-Yes, but your solicitor

-got there first.

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-The good news is,

-she's agreed to all the conditions.

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-Every one?

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-Has she read it all?

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-She wants to go ahead straight away.

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-As simple as that?

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-After 25 years of marriage?

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-I thought it's what you wanted!

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-You'll never believe

-what was in the bread bin.

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-Thank goodness!

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-How did it get there?

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-I've done something similar myself.

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-I thought I'd left it on the bus.

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-I was just about to cancel my cards.

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-Should we be on our way?

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-Yes, after I've settled my debts.

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-What was it, Edwin? 25?

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-Keep it.

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-Keep it.

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-No, take it.

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-I won't hear another word.

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-Thank you.

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-You're so good to me.

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-Very pretty.

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-Very pretty.

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-You always say that.

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-I don't want to say the wrong thing.

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-Sian?

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-Perhaps the shoes are a bit clumpy.

-A lighter colour might look better.

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-Yes.

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-You've just cost me

-a new pair of shoes!

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-You can't have too many shoes.

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-What's she doing here?

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-What's she doing here?

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-Wil.

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-Are you ashamed of your skinny legs?

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-Are you ashamed of your skinny legs?

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-Why didn't you say?

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-Apologize, will you?

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-# Missing your sunshine

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-# Missing your sunshine

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-# Missing your sunshine

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-# Missing your sunshine #

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-You'll have to move

-in a quarter of an hour.

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-Thank goodness.

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-Michelle.

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-Go and get ready.

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-For what?

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-I'm taking you out.

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-Get changed

-and I'll watch the chips.

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-Where are we going?

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-Mr Lloyd gave me a number.

-There are two tickets on the door.

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-To what?

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-To what?

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-Noson Lawen.

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-Is this a joke?

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-No.

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-No.

-

-Where are we going?

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-Noson Lawen!

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-I don't want to go.

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-Why not?

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-Why not?

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-Why?!

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-It's a treat.

-You said Megan was lucky.

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-It's great for Megan and Mr Lloyd,

-but it's not my cup of tea.

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-You've been complaining all day.

-You're so ungrateful.

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-Sensible, I call it.

-What do you think?

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-Hey.

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-Hush.

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-Yoo-hoo! Are you in, Carys?

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-Barry said you were on your own.

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-Thanks for the cuppa.

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-Are you sure

-you won't stay for supper?

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-I'd better go.

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-I'd better go.

-

-Because of Wil?

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-Yes and no.

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-We were just beginning

-to get to know each other.

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-Give him time. As you said,

-this is just the beginning.

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-It'll take time for him.

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-I'm sorry

-if he makes things difficult.

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-It isn't easy

-when your father meets someone new.

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-He got used to his mother doing it.

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-You've been through a lot together,

-and you were there for the children.

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-It's natural that Wil

-doesn't want things to change.

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-I'll see you.

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-Why ask for a divorce

-if you didn't want one?

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-I never imagined

-she'd agree so quickly.

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-What I'm asking for

-is totally unreasonable.

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-She agreed?

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-She agreed?

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-Yes, and to adultery as a reason.

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-Does that mean she's been seeing

-this man for a while?

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-Not according to her.

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-We don't know.

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-I just can't believe...

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-..that she'd throw everything away

-just like that...

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-..as if the marriage doesn't

-and never has meant anything to her.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-How dare you behave

-like that in front of my friend?

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-Friend?

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-Friend?

-

-Embarrassing me.

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-You embarrass me, acting like

-you've never had a girlfriend.

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-Mam will never come back

-if she finds out.

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-Your mother lives with someone

-half her age. She isn't coming back.

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-Are you missing your mother?

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-No.

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-I know it's another change...

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-..but you, Rhys and Erin

-are out almost every night.

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-I'm here on my own.

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-We're all coming to terms

-with what your mother did.

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-Why are you blaming her again?

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-Why are you blaming her again?

-

-I'm not blaming her.

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-I'm lucky to have found someone

-like Sian, who accepts my situation.

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-Do you want me

-to spend my life on my own?

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-That's what'll happen

-unless you start acting your age.

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-Understand?

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Mae Mathew yn grediniol na fydd Philip yn ysgaru Alwena yn y diwedd ond mae Sion yn ofni ei fod o ddifri'. Mathew is convinced Philip won't divorce Alwena but Sion isn't so sure.