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Mae Philip wedi dod y rhan fwyaf o'r ffordd adref o Sbaen ond mae'r ychydig filltiroedd olaf cyn dod yn ol i Gilbedlam yn rhai anodd iawn. Philip is dreading facing everyone bac...


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-I'm so glad.

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-Well done, Carys.

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-What did I do wrong, Mathew?

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-How can over two decades of marriage

-mean nothing all of a sudden?

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-Subtitles

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-# Doo doo doo

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-# Ah ah ah

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-# Doo doo doo #

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-Happy New Year, mate.

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-DOOR OPENS

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-Hey.

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-What time is it?

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-Half past eight.

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-Where have you been?

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-Where have you been?

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-For a walk.

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-You got up very early.

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-I couldn't sleep.

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-Have you had breakfast?

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-Have you had breakfast?

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-No.

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-Do you fancy anything?

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-Do you fancy anything?

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-No.

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-You have something, if you like.

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-No, I don't feel like eating either.

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-Have you decided

-what you're going to do?

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-What can I do?

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-I'll have a quick shower.

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-Mathew, you haven't told anyone

-about all this, have you?

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-No.

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-And I won't.

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-We'll go afterwards, shall we?

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-# You're worth

-the whole wide world #

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-Is he still asleep?

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-Yes.

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-Can't we go in, even with a mask?

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-No, Mam.

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-They've told you, and I have.

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-But I want to hold him!

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-When he's stronger.

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-He'll be alright, won't he?

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-Babies are tough.

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-They'd bounce if you dropped them.

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-Will he be OK?

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-He's got a touch of jaundice

-and an infection.

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-That's why he's on antibiotics.

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-Otherwise, he's great.

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-He wouldn't be there

-if he was great.

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-And I can't go on calling him

-"baby". He must have a name.

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-Don't you like Cuthbert?

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-Cuthbert!

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-I'm going back in.

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-Let's go for a cuppa.

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-Are you paying?

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-Why didn't you come straight home

-instead of a place like this?

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-I couldn't face people's questions

-when I don't know the answers.

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-Tell them not to be nosy.

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-Glenda? Iris?

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-I've had time to think about lies.

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-I don't see why you've got to lie.

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-You haven't done anything wrong.

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-You haven't done anything wrong.

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-Do you think so?

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-You haven't.

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-You haven't.

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-I must have.

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-Wives don't leave without a reason.

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-I thought you were very happy.

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-I thought you were very happy.

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-Me too.

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-I only hope she'll change her mind.

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-Then I won't have to tell anyone

-about this.

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-She'll come to her senses,

-you'll see.

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-The only ones left

-are the ones no-one likes.

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-The ones you don't like.

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-I'm starving.

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-Cook something for yourself.

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-Cook something for yourself.

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-What is there?

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-Nothing much, sorry.

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-Let's go out to eat.

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-There are crisps.

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-I need a proper breakfast

-after last night.

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-Have some nuts.

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-Hi, Brit.

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-I hate getting up early

-in the holidays.

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-Go to bed earlier.

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-No. Give up the paper round.

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-You get paid for it.

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-I'm getting too old, Mam.

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-I'm getting too old, Mam.

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-Find another job.

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-Did you see Mr Lloyd on your round?

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-Did you see Mr Lloyd on your round?

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-No. Why?

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-I wondered how his Christmas went.

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-I wondered how his Christmas went.

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-Don't shout. I'm trying to sleep.

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-Are you OK?

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-The doctor is with him.

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-Where are they?

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-Buying you a toothbrush.

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-Sorry, Barry.

-I know they're worried about us.

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-But Iris is driving me crazy.

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-But Iris is driving me crazy.

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-I've tried telling her.

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-She doesn't listen.

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-I'm tired

-and I just want some peace.

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-I'll put her in casualty

-if she goes on like this.

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-I've bought two toothbrushes.

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-I wasn't sure if you wanted

-a soft one or a hard one.

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-I've got two toothpastes too.

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-You choose one

-and we'll take the other.

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-They were 6.10.

-That shop's expensive.

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-Mam, can you do me a favour?

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-Of course, anything.

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-Because the baby arrived early,

-we don't have anything for him.

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-Whose fault was that?

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-Can you come with me to buy things?

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-Can you come with me to buy things?

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-Of course.

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-Great. Let's go.

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-Now?

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-Now?

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-Great. I'll go home.

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-Will you be alright on your own?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Come on, Mam.

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-Iolo, can you come back to Copa

-now that Mathew's back?

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-Just until Meical

-and Michelle arrive.

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-Alright.

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-Hi, Philip.

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-Why are you home early?

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-Happy New Year to you too.

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-Happy New Year to you too.

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-Yes.

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-I'd stay in Spain

-if I had the choice.

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-Any news here?

-Did I miss any gossip last night?

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-No.

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-Why are you home so soon?

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-If you must know...

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-..and it looks that way...

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-..I've got to deal

-with some business matters.

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-Happy now?

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-Happy now?

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-Forget business. Have a bit of fun.

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-And smile!

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-How are Alwena and Sion?

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-How are Alwena and Sion?

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-Fine, thanks.

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-They send their best wishes.

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-I said sorry. Stop moaning.

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-You were meant to pick us up later.

-I was going to meet Chloe and Rosie.

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-I wasn't going to pass Colwyn Bay

-then go back for you and Wil.

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-That would be stupid.

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-Dad had a better time than us.

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-Dad had a better time than us.

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-He's had that for years.

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-He was keeping it

-for a special occasion.

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-An evening without Erin, maybe.

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-Shut up and make a cuppa.

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-Make one yourself.

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-Make one yourself.

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-And one for me and Dad.

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-He's probably suffering

-after drinking all this.

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-Thanks for sorting the papers.

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-It's OK.

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-Thanks.

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-No problems?

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-No.

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-Good.

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-I'm very sorry to hear the news.

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-About what?

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-I hope you and Alwena

-can sort things out.

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-You said you hadn't

-opened your big mouth.

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-Sorry.

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-I was with Iolo when Sion phoned.

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-It was such a shock, I told Iolo.

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-I hope you haven't told anyone.

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-I hope you haven't told anyone.

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-No, honestly.

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-Not even Llio?

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-Not a word.

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-Not a word.

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-No-one else.

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-Both of you.

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-Understand?

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-Yes.

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-KNOCKS ON DOOR

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-# Oh, the day still smiles #

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-WHISPERS

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-Hey, look who's here!

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-Come on.

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-# The night still shouts #

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-That's where the champagne went.

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-That's where the champagne went.

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-Embarrassing.

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-Fair play to them.

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-We're away for one night

-and look what happens!

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-Oh!

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-Aren't you cold

-without your pyjamas, Dad?

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-No, thanks.

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-Some food?

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-No.

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-Sophie.

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-Are you alright?

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-What do you think?

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-I didn't know you'd stayed here.

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-That was the arrangement.

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-We were going to Copa

-and I was staying here.

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-That's what I did, unlike some!

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-You let me down

-without any explanation!

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-What do you think you're doing,

-raising your voice in my house?

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-I've got a right to be angry.

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-Why did you stay here

-on your own anyway?

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-This is my home!

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-Who do you think you are?

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-Stay for breakfast!

-Dad's a great cook.

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-You're welcome.

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-You're welcome.

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-No, thanks.

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-You're welcome

-to have supper with us.

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-I'm working tonight.

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-Maybe just a sandwich?

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-Maybe just a sandwich?

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-That's enough, Erin.

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-Don't be a stranger.

-You know where we live!

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-Are you better, Chelle?

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-Are you better, Chelle?

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-After cleaning vomit in the toilet?

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-You'll be better

-after brunch in the Ship.

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-Who were you phoning?

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-Who were you phoning?

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-Mr Lloyd. No answer.

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-Why do you fuss about him so much?

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-I feel sorry for him.

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-He probably spent Christmas

-and last night all alone.

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-He's not coming to the Ship with us!

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-Every time someone asks, he says

-there's a problem with the business.

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-How's Alwena?

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-Keep on trying.

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-Bye, Sion.

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-Look, sorry about Dad.

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-I don't know what came over him.

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-Dad has come to take me home.

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-I'd have taken you.

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-I'm alright, thanks.

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-Wait a bit. Let me explain.

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-I'm not staying

-anywhere I'm not welcome.

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-Just for a moment, please!

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-# In your hand,

-there's a world without end #

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-TEXT ALERT

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-# The day will come

-when your phone's out of juice #

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-No!

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-# Screen, only light #

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-No.

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-No.

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-No.

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-# Screen, only light,

-you know everyone in your phone #

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-Yes.

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-Hello. How are you?

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-Oh. Hello.

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-Is Mr Lloyd in?

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-We're Meical and Michelle.

-We clean and we're his friends.

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-I've heard so much about you!

-Come in.

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-We're not staying.

-We're going for lunch now.

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-We just wanted to see how he is.

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-We just wanted to see how he is.

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-What a shame.

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-I've just taken a home-made ham

-out of the oven.

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-There's enough for a dozen people.

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-We don't want to impose.

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-Do we, Chelle?

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-Well, if Megan...

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-..is offering!

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-Excellent! Come in.

-I was about to pour the sherry.

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-What a nice smell.

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-We need more plates.

-We have company.

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-It's very nice to see you.

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-Happy New Year!

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-And to you too.

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-This is delicious.

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-It melts in the mouth.

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-You haven't met Megan, have you?

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-No.

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-How are you?

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-That's a nice spread.

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-Megan is a marvellous cook.

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-I'm sure I've put on weight

-over Christmas!

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-So we needn't

-have worried about you!

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-Not at all. Megan pops over

-every day, fair play to her.

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-Take a seat. I'll get the plates.

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-Hiya. Have I called at a bad time?

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-A bit. I'm on my way out.

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-Sorry about...

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-I'm late. I have to go to work.

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-They were only having a bit of fun.

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-I didn't see the joke.

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-Maybe they went a bit too far.

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-It was harmless. Forget about them.

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-They made me feel that big!

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-They made me feel that big!

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-I hope you don't regret last night.

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-Will you tell them not to talk

-about it in front of me again...

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-..or anyone else, please?

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-I can't bear people

-talking about me.

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-What I do is no-one else's business.

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-Where does this leave us?

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-Not now, John.

-I don't want to be late for work.

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-Come in, Mathew.

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-We'll leave you,

-so that you can talk in peace.

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-Thanks, Terry.

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-I'm sure my name is mud here.

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-Are you surprised?

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-Are you surprised?

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-Not really.

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-I'm sorry. I was telling the truth

-when I said Dad was in a state.

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-Is he ill?

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-No, it's nothing like that.

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-What's wrong then?

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-He hasn't told me much,

-but there's been a quarrel in Spain.

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-With who?

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-Wyn, apparently.

-He doesn't want to talk about it.

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-He came home because of that?

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-He came home because of that?

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-Yes.

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-He got angry. You know how he is.

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-What was it about?

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-What was it about?

-

-He won't tell me.

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-What about Alwena?

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-What about her?

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-Is she taking Wyn's side?

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-No. Why?

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-Why didn't she come back

-with Philip?

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-She's got to work.

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-I'm really sorry.

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-I wanted to be with you last night,

-but it was impossible.

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-Will you forgive me?

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-Did this row have anything to do

-with selling the lease to me?

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-No.

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-Thank goodness.

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-# A wind comes to floor you

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-# Voices still wound you #

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-SOBS

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-# You can't see what worries you,

-you can't see anything clearly #

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-I promise I'll try to stop Nain

-doing your head in.

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-# Still fighting #

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-I also promise

-you won't be called Cuthbert.

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-What about Hubert?

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-I like Tom.

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-It was Tad-cu's name.

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-Tom Hardy.

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-Like that handsome film star.

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-Our Tom will be a star too.

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-And he's already handsome.

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-Yes.

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-Did you have fun shopping?

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-I hope you appreciate

-how much I suffered this afternoon!

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-I'm so grateful.

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-Am I forgiven then?

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-Of course.

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-I've forgiven you since last night.

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-You're a hero.

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-You were the hero last night.

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-No-one else.

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-Oh, Barry!

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-It's for you...

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-..from me and Tom.

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Mae Philip wedi dod y rhan fwyaf o'r ffordd adref o Sbaen ond mae'r ychydig filltiroedd olaf cyn dod yn ol i Gilbedlam yn rhai anodd iawn. Philip is dreading facing everyone back at home.