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Yn dilyn digwyddiadau dramatig y gyfres flaenorol, a fydd Steph yn goroesi'r ymosodiad? Following the dramatic events of the previous series, will Steph have survived the brutal...


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-Is this some kind of joke?

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-Is this some kind of joke?

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-Of course it isn't.

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-You're nuts!

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-Col?

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-Col?

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-It's 16,000, Don.

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-Why didn't you tell me?

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-I think you should leave.

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-I think you should leave.

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-I'm going to leave.

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-I'm leaving you.

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-I want a divorce.

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-He hasn't done anything wrong.

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-This is a huge misunderstanding.

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-Tell us since when have you been

-having a sexual relationship...

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-..with Nicola McLeod?

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-I want to help you with the baby.

-Proper hands on.

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-Nappies, night feeds, the lot!

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-It might be good to let people think

-that you're the baby's father.

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-It doesn't do the body any good

-to become too dependent on them.

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-You?

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-Everything that's been going on.

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-Why?

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-Why?

-

-I wanted to see you suffer.

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-I'm not listening to this.

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-I'm not listening to this.

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-You're going nowhere.

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-Stephanie?

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-An ambulance.

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-Please hurry.

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-She's my daughter.

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-She's come through the operation.

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-That's the first step.

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-She's stable

-and her vital signs are good.

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-You're just going

-to have to be patient.

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-Good news.

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-We arrested Paul Murphy

-near his home.

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-He's at the station

-being interviewed.

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-You hear that, Steph?

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-They've caught him.

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-Steph?

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-SHE MOANS

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-She's coming round.

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-Welcome back.

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-I'm going to find a doctor.

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-FIVE MONTHS LATER

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-So, Year 9, has Arthur Miller...

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-..portrayed the complex relationship

-between a father and son?

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-Happy and Biff's relationship with

-Willy is difficult and complicated.

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-It isn't complicated

-with your father.

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-Shut up!

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-Her father probably left.

-Her mother's a skank!

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-Come on, girls. Concentrate, please.

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-I want you to divide

-into groups of three.

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-There's a month

-until the start of the exams.

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-If you don't do any revision...

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-..you'll end up on the scrap heap!

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-What would your father do now?

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-Is that part of the drama course?

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-It looks pretty real to me!

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-What do you think you're doing?

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-Don't say that.

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-Oh, my flowers!

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-How do we know that

-this causes a soft mutation, Jake?

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-Because you've totally

-underlined it, sir!

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-Oh, a scrap.

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-Go on!

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-I'll be back now.

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-Scrap! Scrap! Scrap!

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-Scrap! Scrap!

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-Stop it this instant.

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-Heavens above!

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

-

-I'm fine.

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-That's enough, girls.

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-You're mother's a slapper

-and sleeping with my uncle!

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-What's going on out here?

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-Emma's mother

-is sleeping with Lara's uncle.

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-It's because I don't know my father.

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-Because your mother's...

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-Because your mother's...

-

-That's enough!

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-I don't want to hear that language

-from any of you.

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-Haven't you heard about sisterhood?

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-This stuff isn't important.

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-I don't know my father,

-or my mother, come to that!

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-It doesn't mean

-that I can be called names...

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-..or give me the right

-to hit other people...

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-..or ruin the work of Mrs Harding

-and the other pupils.

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-And look at what you've done

-to Miss Haf. You should be ashamed.

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-I want you to apologise.

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-I want you to apologise.

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-Sorry, miss.

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-I want you three back here

-at lunchtime to tidy up this mess.

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-You're on detention

-for the rest of the week.

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-Go and sit in the foyer

-where I can keep an eye on you.

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-Now!

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-Shall I fetch Math for you?

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-Shall I fetch Math for you?

-

-No, I'm fine.

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-SOUND DISTORTS

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Yes.

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-See you at the meeting for the

-senior management team at lunchtime.

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-You might as well

-put everything away.

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-Nobody is to remove their goggles

-until everything has been put away.

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-What did I say, Miss Gravelle?

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-Not until everything

-has been put away.

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-I'd better go

-and sort out that mess.

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-See you this afternoon.

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-See you this afternoon.

-

-I can't wait!

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-Thank you, 9C.

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-Make a note of the formula

-at the top of the page.

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-Up a bit.

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-Yes, right there.

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-Like that.

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-Like that.

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-Perfect!

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-And your Welsh wasn't bad either.

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-Can you put a date in the diary,

-Donna?

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-I won't be here

-on Thursday afternoon.

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-It's Paul's

-Fitness to Plead hearing.

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-Oh, finally.

-You've been waiting months for it.

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-You weren't thinking

-of going to that, were you?

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-Did you sort out a removal van?

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-I've got Steve's van 'til eight

-so we can move everything in one go.

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-Got the keys?

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-I'll be there as soon as I can.

-I owe you one.

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-Or two!

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-Col?

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-I've got a sandwich for you.

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-I've got a sandwich for you.

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-I'm on duty.

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-I'm free now if you want to discuss

-anything before later, Mr Isaacs.

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-I'm fine, thank you.

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-Move back.

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-Oh, God! Cough it up!

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-Help, she needs the kiss of life.

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-Help, she needs the kiss of life.

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-He'll do it and try to snog you.

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-Letch!

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-What did you say?

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-These are banned under

-the school's healthy eating policy.

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-Off you go.

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-You can't let them

-treat you like that.

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-Is it anything to do with you?

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-Why don't you go

-and fuss over Annest?

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-Col!

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-What's wrong with Annest?

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-She's in the staff room.

-She fell in her morning lesson.

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-Put these in the bin on your way.

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-People are just worried

-about you, Colin.

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-Are you sure ice

-is the best thing for her?

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-Right then, Annest.

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-RICE or rest, ice,

-compression, elevation.

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-If you're really in pain...

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-..take paracetamol but nothing else

-because of the baby.

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-What's happened, Anns?

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-Why didn't anyone tell me?

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-I fell over when trying to break up

-a fight between the Year 9 girls.

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-You're eight months pregnant.

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-She'll be fine

-as long as she rests her foot.

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-Oh!

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-No, no, no.

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-No, these first

-and the sweets can be your pudding.

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-Call yourself a friend!

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-After you, Miss Gravelle.

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-Is it self-defence when you

-kill someone for patronizing you?

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-If it's Eurig

-then get behind me in the queue!

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-It's only got four weeks

-and you'll be six months fit free...

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-..and he won't have

-to take your practical lessons.

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-How are you feeling?

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-How are you feeling?

-

-It's just a sprain, that's all.

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-Would you like to share the joke?

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-Would you like to share the joke?

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-Oh, sorry.

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-It's just a message from a friend.

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-It's just a message from a friend.

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-Oh, a friend.

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-Are you sure it isn't a hunky rugby

-player that's making you smile?

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-Don't be daft.

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-Sorry, Aled.

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-I didn't mean to...

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-I didn't mean to...

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-She's a free agent.

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-The highlight of my week.

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-The highlight of my week.

-

-You deserve it.

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-It's been a busy morning.

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-It's been a busy morning.

-

-Yes, it has.

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-And speaking of which...

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-..can you look after the school

-on Thursday afternoon?

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-There's a hearing to see

-if Paul is fit to stand trial.

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-He's never...

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-He's never...

-

-Yep, still pleading insanity.

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-What?

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-That's disgraceful.

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-I hope the judge agrees.

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-Ah, Mr Bell.

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-I need to go back to Miss Gravelle's

-class so hope this won't take long.

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-No, I want to talk about

-inviting the chief inspector back.

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-In September.

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-In September.

-

-No, now.

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-It's exam season.

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-Are you mad?

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-I like the idea.

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-It's high time she saw all our

-good work and how we're coping here.

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-It's our busiest time.

-The staff will go mad.

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-The pupils and their results

-should be our priority, Mr Bell.

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-You've already made the decision

-so there's nothing to discuss.

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-We're meeting now to discuss it...

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-..if you have the time.

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-What?

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-What?

-

-A custard slice.

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-I bought two.

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-Oh, Col.

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-You've got mayonnaise on yourself.

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-You're alright, aren't you?

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-You're alright, aren't you?

-

-Yes.

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-Shall I cancel my shift

-in the bar tonight?

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-No, you go. We need the money.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Today is for everyone

-to talk about their feelings...

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-..before Nicola

-officially returns to school.

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-So...

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-Who wants to start?

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-Can I say something?

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-Can I say something?

-

-Of course you can.

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-These last few months

-have been difficult...

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-..really difficult for our family.

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-But I think we should

-put the situation behind us...

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-..and put a stop to the gossip

-for once and for all.

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-Isn't that right, Col?

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-I won't cause any trouble,

-I promise.

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-I've sorted my issues

-and got my grades up.

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-I don't want to go back there.

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-I don't want to go back there.

-

-We don't want that either.

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-I'm not running a school

-that doesn't give second chances.

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-I know how it feels.

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-And I know that Mr Isaacs

-agrees with me.

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-Lucas?

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-What's wrong?

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-I did that extra paper, miss.

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-Are you revising

-for the whole class?

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-There's one thing

-I'm not sure about.

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-Let's see.

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-Is that a three or an eight?

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-Is that a three or an eight?

-

-Um...

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-Three?

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-Three?

-

-Really?

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-Um... eight?

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-Um... eight?

-

-I prefer eight.

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-Try it again with that.

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-Are you coming or not?

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-I've been waiting for you.

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-Alright, Carla?

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-See you for Double Biology

-- my favourite!

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-If you say so.

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-OK.

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-If there's nothing more...

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-Um... can I..?

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-Um... can I..?

-

-Yes?

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-I'm so sorry, Mr Isaacs.

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-I am truly sorry for everything.

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-I want you to know that.

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-You're sorry, are you?

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-And that's it, is it?

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-Col...

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-Col...

-

-No, Donna.

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-She has no idea

-how these last few months have been.

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-I've worked in this school

-for 15 years.

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-Lived in the area my whole life.

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-And now, people are talking about me

-behind my back.

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-Behind the backs of my children.

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-Don't worry,

-I'll play your little game.

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-But don't expect me to forgive her.

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-How did it go?

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-Later, OK?

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-That's it. The waterworks.

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-I hope you feel crap

-because you deserve it!

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-She shouldn't be allowed

-to come back.

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-I told the governors the same thing.

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-Come on.

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-Leave her.

-There's no saving that one.

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-Everyone deserves a second chance.

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-Everyone apart from me!

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-Oh, no.

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-You had your second chance

-and a lot more.

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-Will you be home tonight?

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-Why?

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-You're out all the time these days.

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-It's none of your business...

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-..but as it happens, I'll be out...

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-..because I've got a date!

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-The swelling has gone down a bit

-already.

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-You're quiet.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Do you think we're doing

-the right thing...

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-..by keeping the identity

-of the baby's father a secret?

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-What's brought this on?

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-The girls earlier.

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-They were bullying Emma

-because she doesn't know her father.

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-Our baby will know I'm his father.

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-Our baby will know I'm his father.

-

-Or she.

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-But...

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-Do you think it's right

-for us to lie?

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-We can always tell the baby later.

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-But the other children

-will bully him or her...

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-..for having two fathers.

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-Most children at school

-have two fathers.

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-It's normal these days.

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-But that isn't what I want.

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-I want the traditional.

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-The boring.

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-You and me.

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-One mother and one father.

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-We'll do our best, Anns.

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-We'll work it out.

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-You've had a tough day.

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-I want you to rest.

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-Stay there

-and I'll phone for a takeaway.

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-Chinese.

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-Chinese.

-

-Obvs!

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-FRONT DOOR OPENS

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-Sorry, I'm late.

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-Oh, you've done it all.

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-What's this?

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-What's this?

-

-A house warming present.

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-Look at these.

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-Where did you find them?

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-There were a few boxes saved

-after the fire.

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-Do you like it?

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-Ha, look at that one.

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-I remember that coat.

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-I thought I was

-the bee's knees in it.

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-Yeah, very fetching.

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-Listen, Steph.

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-I think we need to have a chat.

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-I think we need to have a chat.

-

-Mei, please. Not tonight.

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-You don't want me to go to the plea

-hearing but I've made my mind up.

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-Today's about moving on.

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-A new house.

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-A fresh start for us.

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-And I've actually got you

-a little house warming present too.

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-Your own set so you can come and go

-as you please.

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-This moving on thing

-and looking to the future.

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-I see you as a massive part of that.

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-SALSA MUSIC

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-Muy bien, Gwenno.

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-Right, class. Let's take five.

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-See you in a minute, Phil.

-Thank you.

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-There's a lack of men again tonight.

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-And there's one too many for me

-at home.

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-So things aren't any better.

0:19:330:19:35

-So things aren't any better.

-

-Oh.

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-The latest is that he refuses

-to sign the divorce papers...

0:19:360:19:41

-..because they aren't in Welsh!

0:19:410:19:43

-Have you thought about moving out?

0:19:430:19:45

-Have you thought about moving out?

-

-I'd love to.

0:19:450:19:47

-But if I do that,

-I could lose the house.

0:19:470:19:51

-I've got a spare room if you need

-to escape for a night or two.

0:19:510:19:55

-Here you go, ladies.

0:19:570:19:58

-Here you go, ladies.

-

-Thanks and have one for yourself.

0:19:580:20:01

-You've had a tough day.

0:20:010:20:02

-You've had a tough day.

-

-Aww, thanks.

0:20:020:20:04

-Manolo might have a spare room!

0:20:060:20:08

-DOORBELL

0:20:230:20:24

-There you go.

0:20:290:20:30

-There you go.

-

-Oh, thank you.

0:20:300:20:32

-Keep the change.

0:20:330:20:35

-Math?

0:20:390:20:41

-Food!

0:20:410:20:42

-I'm coming.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

0:21:070:21:08

-I would have come earlier

-but I had nothing to wear.

0:21:170:21:21

-It's getting more difficult

-to keep this secret.

0:21:250:21:28

-It's still fun though.

0:21:320:21:33

-Oh!

0:21:430:21:44

-This poor woman's having a baby.

0:21:520:21:54

-There's nobody with her and

-she doesn't speak a word of English.

0:21:550:21:59

-I've been thinking about ways

-to boost your spirits.

0:22:000:22:04

-I want traditional and boring too.

0:22:040:22:06

-And if you think about it,

-then it makes sense.

0:22:070:22:10

-We live in the same house.

0:22:100:22:12

-We get on well.

0:22:120:22:13

-We're going

-to raise this baby together.

0:22:130:22:16

-So the most practical thing to do

-is...

0:22:160:22:20

-Math, no.

0:22:260:22:27

-Annest Haf...

0:22:280:22:29

-..will you marry me?

0:22:300:22:32

-Annest?

0:22:370:22:38

-Math...

0:22:400:22:41

-It's a gorgeous ring.

0:22:420:22:44

-But...

0:22:440:22:45

-No.

0:22:460:22:47

-Not like this.

0:22:480:22:50

-We agreed to take things slowly.

0:22:510:22:54

-Look at me.

0:22:540:22:56

-Slippers.

0:22:560:22:58

-Black bean sauce.

0:22:580:22:59

-No.

0:23:010:23:02

-Not now.

0:23:020:23:03

-We're fine as we are now, aren't we?

0:23:050:23:08

-And don't do it to boost my spirits.

0:23:080:23:11

-Yes.

0:23:130:23:14

-Of course.

0:23:140:23:16

-You're probably right.

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Yn dilyn digwyddiadau dramatig y gyfres flaenorol, a fydd Steph yn goroesi'r ymosodiad? Following the dramatic events of the previous series, will Steph have survived the brutal attack?