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Pennod 23

Mae Wyn yn ymweld a Dani yn yr ysbyty ac mae hithau'n mynegi ei hofnau am y dyfodol. When Wyn visits Dani at the hospital she expresses her fears for the future.


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-Get out of my sight

-before I do something I regret.

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-And keep clear of the site.

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-It was my fault, Dad.

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-Have you seen my red file?

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-Hiya.

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-Is it that time already? I'm off.

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-Robbie? You'll be late.

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-Why are you going so early?

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-To sort things out

-before Jac arrives.

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-Make sure he has breakfast.

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-And don't let him wear

-that grubby coat.

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-OK!

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-OK!

-

-You've nothing else to do.

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-OK, I said, not no.

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-OK, I said, not no.

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-Strip the bed if you're home, too.

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-I'm not home today.

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-You're back on site?

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-You're back on site?

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-Terry phoned earlier.

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-He's picking me up later.

-He might have a job on.

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-OK, I'm off.

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-Don't work too hard.

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-Don't work too hard.

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-Like you, you mean?

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-Hiya.

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-Hey. You OK?

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-Been better.

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-Things difficult at home?

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-I preferred it

-when he shouted and screamed.

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-He's just sulking now.

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-He's just sulking now.

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-He won't have much to say to you...

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-..if you're more interested

-in his cousin.

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-Says the other cousin,

-if I remember rightly.

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-It's not funny.

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-It's serious enough

-to send Sion back to Spain.

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-What Sion does

-is none of my business.

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-I've had enough of this.

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-Dad, I'm off.

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-See you in school.

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-Ta-ra.

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-He should know

-when to keep his mouth shut.

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-Hey, what are you doing tonight?

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-Apart from looking for more men!

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-Carys!

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-Carys!

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-No, seriously. Busy?

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-Why?

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-If you want to avoid someone

-who doesn't want to talk to you...

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-..come over to ours for supper.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Of course. About six?

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-OK. Thanks.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Hiya, Lowri.

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-Where have you been?

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-Blame your mother.

-Do you want this coffee or not?

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

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-Thank your mother. She paid.

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-Fair play to her.

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-Sorry, I'd better go. I'm late.

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-See you later.

-I shouldn't be too long.

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-By the way, I asked Llio over

-for supper tonight.

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-Yeah, OK. Cheerio.

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-Come on then,

-let's get something for supper.

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-OK, Kay?

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-OK, Kay?

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-Great. How's the baby?

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-Having a tantrum

-because he's late for a meeting.

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-Men!

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-What are we doing here, Terry?

-Going around the castle.

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-I'd prefer to know

-I had a job to return to.

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-Have you phoned Wyn?

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-No.

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-Did you know that the stones

-used for both Menai Bridges...

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-..came from Penmon quarry?

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-And Birmingham Town Hall.

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-And Birmingham Town Hall.

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-What? No.

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-What are we doing here, Terry?

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-Wait there, I won't be long.

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-Uh-uh.

-You know you're not meant to move.

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-If someone tells me that

-once more...

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-What are you doing here anyway?

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-What are you doing here anyway?

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-Thanks for the welcome.

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-How are you?

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-How are you?

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-Better, thanks.

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-I'll miss the next Olympics though.

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-I'll miss the next Olympics though.

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-I hear Jac and Lowri called in.

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-Yesterday. It was great to see them.

-They're busy in the salon.

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-Anyone else call in?

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-The doctor. I'll have the brace

-by the end of the week.

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-Then some physio, walking exercises

-with the crutches...

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-It'll get you out of bed.

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-How long will you need the brace?

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-How long will you need the brace?

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-Everyone's different, he said.

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-Could be three months.

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-Could be three months.

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-Only three?

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-Only three?

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-Only three?

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-Three months is nothing.

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-No?

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-No?

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-Have you heard from David?

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-Have you seen Terry?

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-Have you seen Terry?

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-There's no rush.

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-Says you.

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-You're both as stubborn

-as the other.

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-Listen out for the phone.

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-I want to put a load of washing on.

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-Unless you do it.

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-I don't know

-how the washing machine works.

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-I know that, Ken!

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-What are you doing for lunch?

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-What are you doing for lunch?

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-I had a pie earlier.

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-Pizzas are better than pies.

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-You would say that.

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-Do you want to deliver

-some pizzas to Bangor later?

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-Same place, same arrangement.

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-Same terms?

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-Same terms?

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-Everything the same.

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-OK. Why not?

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-I'll see you at five.

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-A 99 for you.

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-I don't know why it's called a 99.

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-They're almost two pounds each.

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-They're almost two pounds each.

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-Thanks.

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-Nice. Very nice in March.

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-Did Wyn phone?

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-No.

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-If he sends me off site

-like a naughty schoolboy...

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-..there we go.

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-Yes, Dani's injured but Wyn knows

-it was just an accident.

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-The Health and Safety

-put us in the all clear.

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-Officially.

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-When are we going back to work?

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-Sorry costs nothing, Kelvin.

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-Until I hear it,

-it'll cost Wyn Humphreys a packet.

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-What's in the bag?

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-Look.

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-Seriously?

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-I'm having supper

-with Carys and Barry.

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-Nice.

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-What are you doing?

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-Staying in.

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-Damn it.

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-Two nil to me.

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-I can't believe

-you've never been crabbing before.

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-I'd spend hours

-doing this as a child.

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-And when the girls were younger.

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-And you're still no good at it.

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-It's all about patience.

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-Who knows what'll bite

-before the end of the afternoon.

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-Glenda would bite you if she knew

-you were feeding her ham to crabs.

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-Yes, but she'll never find out.

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-Strange that Wyn hasn't phoned.

-He's losing so much money.

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-Maybe he has.

-I switched my phone off.

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-Fancy a bottle?

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-No. Iolo!

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-Sorry.

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-No, you're not.

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-Look, you chose to work there.

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-If you want peace, go to your room.

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-Give them my best.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Well, Kelvin, a good day or what?

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-It'd been better if you hadn't

-caught those last two crabs.

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-I told you, patience is a virtue.

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-Right. Thanks, Ter.

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-Let me know what happens tomorrow.

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-Are we off to Alton Towers

-or Butlins?

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-Hey, I think we deserve a pint

-after such a hard day.

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-A pint of cider, please,

-Mr Phillips.

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-That's my boy!

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-I don't suppose Barry called.

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-I haven't seen them

-since they saw the house.

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-They seemed to be so keen.

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-We couldn't have done anymore.

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-Carys looked really excited.

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-Hard as it may seem, we'll have

-to go with an estate agent.

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-That's going to cost so much.

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-I know.

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-We'll hold on for a little longer,

-in case Barry or Carys contact us.

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-Up to you. We need somewhere

-to live soon, whatever we do.

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-Something will turn up. You'll see.

-See you later.

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-Ta-ra.

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-OK, Vince.

-A small one before you go?

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-I'd love to

-but I'm on the taxis tonight.

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-What are you, naughty boys?

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-What are you, naughty boys?

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-One more and we'll head home too.

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-Yeah, yeah. Have fun.

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-Cheerio, Vince.

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-There's only one thing worse

-than drinking alone.

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-What's that?

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-What's that?

-

-Drinking orange juice alone.

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-Fancy a real drink and some company?

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-Fancy a real drink and some company?

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-I'm OK, thanks, Terry.

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-I didn't ask if you were OK.

-I asked if you wanted a drink.

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-Alright,

-I'll have a gin and tonic, please.

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-Cider, lager and a large

-gin and tonic, please, Cathryn.

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-Where's Barry? Is he upstairs?

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-He said he'd be back at six. Why?

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-No, no, it's OK.

-Look, I have to go.

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-I'll speak to you tomorrow. Ta-ra.

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-Dani said you were on your way.

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-I called at the site on the way

-to the office. It was empty.

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-I could have told you that.

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-I could have told you that.

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-Why?

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-You still haven't spoken to Terry.

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-You still haven't spoken to Terry.

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-Not today, no.

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-It costs us a fortune

-to turn workers away...

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-..because there's no site manager.

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-That didn't cross my mind

-for a moment.

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-I do know that the man responsible

-for putting my daughter in there...

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-..hasn't contacted me once.

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-This wasn't Terry's fault.

-The Health and Safety said as much.

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-Maybe so...

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-The problem we have now

-is you told him to stay away.

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-That's insane. Dani holds no grudges

-with Terry and neither should you.

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-Phone him, Wyn, for all our sakes.

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-Someone's having fun.

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-She's been doing

-a lot of that recently.

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-Tell me more.

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-You're the police officer.

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-I finished my shift an hour ago.

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-Come on, what's she been up to?

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-She's been having a lot of fun.

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-Really? Who with?

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-Iolo's cousin.

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-Mathew?

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-Mathew?

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-No. Sion, his brother.

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-Oh.

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-I'm not surprised.

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-I feel sorry for Iolo.

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-Yes. Poor guy.

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

-

-I thought you were driving home.

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-I've just phoned Glenda.

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-Sophie's bringing her here

-to fetch the van and me at ten.

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

-

-To see Glenda driving the van.

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-I'm sure it's my round.

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-I'm sure it's my round.

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-I insist.

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-Leave her.

-These teachers have loads of money.

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-Fair play.

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

-

-Well... there we go then.

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-Same again, Kelvin?

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-Same again, Kelvin?

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-Please. And cheese and onion crisps.

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-Caws a winwn!

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-Hey, I thought she was one

-of the boring ones.

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-She's OK, isn't she?

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-The girl's champion.

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-Where are you taking those?

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-To the charity shop tomorrow.

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-Open the boot, it's not hard.

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-Today.

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-What's that doing there?

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-Beep-beep.

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-Lucky you're not driving.

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-I'll get my licence back soon.

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-I'll get my licence back soon.

-

-Not for long if you carry on.

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-Each to his own...

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-..but I never understood why anyone

-would want to spend their time...

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-..hanging from a rope.

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-Unless he was a monkey.

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-Precisely.

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-And canoeing and cycling and...

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-..and just being boring.

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-Hey, shots.

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-Well done, Kelvin.

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-What are they?

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-Three for eight pounds.

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-What should I do with this?

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-What should I do with this?

-

-Down in one.

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-OK?

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-Hey, Barry.

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-You were meant to be in our house

-three-quarters of an hour ago.

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-Oops. Finish these quickly.

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-We'd better go.

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-Hurry up.

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-Right, supper and coffee, I think.

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-One more.

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-Carys is waiting for us. Come on.

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-Cheerio, Llio.

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-Thank you, Ta-ra.

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-Careful.

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-Cheers, lads.

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-Cheers, lads.

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-Cheerio, Barry.

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-Cheerio, Llio.

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-Ta-ra, Llio.

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-What's this?

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-I don't know. A phone?

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-Who'd put a phone...?

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-What's this, Ken? Don't you dare

-tell me you have no idea.

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-OK? Hungry?

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-His eyes are bigger than his belly.

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-Can you get me some AAA batteries

-before you start your shift?

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-Ken can't wait to eat his supper.

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-I'll pay you later.

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-Yeah, OK.

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-AAA, yes?

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-See you soon.

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-Batteries?

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-Batteries?

-

-Shut it.

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-What's this?

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-Barry's paying me...

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-I knew it.

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-It's no problem. It's not illegal.

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-Ken?

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-Ken?

-

-Barry pays me to deliver pizzas...

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-..and there's a phone in the box.

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-Why?

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-Why?

-

-He doesn't say, I don't ask.

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-Barry doesn't know

-why he pays you to deliver phones?

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-No. Well, yes, I'm sure.

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-It's not illegal, is it?

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-Delivering a phone.

-Why doesn't he deliver them himself?

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-Of course it's dodgy.

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-He used to but I offered to do it.

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-Offered to go to jail?

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-Offered to go to jail?

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-No-one's going to jail.

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-What's wrong with you?

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-Men are meant to wise up

-as they get older.

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-When are you supposed

-to deliver this?

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-Today, but the cops were there.

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-What? Did they question you?

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-No, I legged it straight away.

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-And?

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-They might have seen me leave.

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-You're not serious.

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-Look at you. You're late

-and you're in a hell of a state.

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-It doesn't matter.

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-Of course it matters.

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-She's a mess.

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-She's a mess.

-

-I'm not a mess, thank you, missus.

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-The food I cooked for you because

-I felt sorry for you is ruined.

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-You didn't tell me where you were.

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-Or answer your phone.

-It's not on, Llio.

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-No.

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-I'm messy

-and I'm sorry that I'm messy.

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-We've all done stupid things, Carys,

-and she's here now.

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-Yes, I'm here.

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-No, Llio, don't.

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-Llio.

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-Barry!

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-Sorry.

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Mae Wyn yn ymweld a Dani yn yr ysbyty ac mae hithau'n mynegi ei hofnau am y dyfodol. When Wyn visits Dani at the hospital she expresses her fears for the future.