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Mae Garry yn dychwelyd adref ond a fydd pawb yn hapus i'w weld? Mae Sioned yn poeni am ei pherthynas gydag Ed. Garry returns home but will everyone be happy to see him?


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-I didn't know Chester

-was so talented.

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-There's a lot we don't know

-about Chester...

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-..but I think he's making an effort.

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-He'll be off to Silicon Valley

-and be worth millions.

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-It would be nice to have

-a whizz-kid in the family.

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-Garry!

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-Oh, why didn't you phone

-to say you were coming home?

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-Because I wanted a cwtch like this.

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-Do I get one from you too?

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-Are you opening a book club

-or something?

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-No.

-We're going to read these together.

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-There's no point paying

-to see someone...

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-..when these can do the same job.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Hang on.

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-Hi, Sher.

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-Don't tell me, someone's cancelled.

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-Great. I'll be there now. Ta-ra.

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-Well, you might as well

-start reading. I'll see you later.

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-How did he take the news?

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-I see. You haven't told him yet.

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-I've tried. Every time I mention

-Cwmderi he changes the subject.

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-Well, there's a sticking point...

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-..because Cadno and Eifion

-have started dating.

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-Something was going on, was there?

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-I don't think so. Well, I don't

-know. Love is blind, as they say.

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-But it doesn't help DJ, does it?

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-No.

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-Look, does he have to leave now?

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-Can't you let him stay for another

-week? Two weeks? A month at most?

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-Let him get used to the situation.

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-I'll have to, I suppose.

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-Good. Where is he?

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-Buying organic ingredients

-for some super-duper stew.

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-His optimism

-is taking its toll on me.

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-Hey, is that Dad's car?

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-Yes, the one and only.

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-Well, this is a nice surprise.

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-Luckily, I've got Pembrokeshire's

-best veg in here.

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-Organic, I hope!

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-Organic, I hope!

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-Of course.

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-Leeks full of sulphamic acid to kick

-out free radicals from the system.

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-We've never eaten so healthily.

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-What is that?

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-A symbol of stability

-for Hywel and me, apparently.

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-A gift from Gaynor.

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-Oh. I'd say it belonged

-in the Maenan Appeal shop.

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-No, this is a one-off.

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-I hope so!

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-You got a better gift from Ed

-I hope.

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-He spoiled me, fair play.

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-I got a new handbag

-and money for the sales.

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-I felt a bit guilty,

-I only bought him stuff for the gym.

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-How about you?

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-We agreed to club our savings

-to go away over the New Year.

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-Lovely.

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-I can't wait. We're going

-after lunch until Monday.

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-A five-star hotel, a meal and a spa.

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-Very lucky.

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-The memories will last longer

-than a bag.

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-I've got a really good feeling

-about today.

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-The Mathew charm's up to the max.

-"Who is Max?", I hear you ask.

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-Who are you?

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-That's what I'm asking.

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-Mathew Rowlands, the new barman.

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-Are you the new rep?

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-No.

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-Garry Monk. I own this place.

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-Nice to meet you.

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-I've heard you have

-a really good sense of humour.

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-If I wanted a comedian,

-I'd have employed one.

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-Well, you haven't been around

-to employ anyone, have you?

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-Mathew's staying, comprendes?

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-Or whatever they say in Greece.

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-I won't be long.

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-It looks like the boss

-is in trouble.

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-Listen, I expect more respect, OK?

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-Garry's been working

-with refugees for months, so...

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-Sorry.

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-Harsh, wasn't it?

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-Not as harsh as leaving an answer

-phone message on Christmas Day.

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-And you didn't even bother

-calling again!

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-There was hardly any signal, Dani.

-You must understand that.

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-No. I understand that I'm low

-on your list of priorities.

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-That's not true.

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-That's not true.

-

-It is, or you'd have been here.

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-Garry, I needed you.

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-Why?

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-What's happened in the metropolis

-of Cwmderi while I've been away?

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-Do you know what?

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-Forget it.

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-You weren't here, were you?

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-Eat up in order

-to bust those free radicals.

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-I think I'll go for a lie-down,

-to give you a chance to catch up.

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-A good idea.

-We can go for a walk later.

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-We're on Day 4 of the training

-schedule already, Dad.

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-What training schedule?

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-You have to walk a mile further

-every day to strengthen the mind.

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-But your mother's ill.

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-Even more reason to strengthen

-the body for her to get better.

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-Have you thought

-how you can really help her?

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-She wants someone

-to clean and hoover the house...

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-..so that she can rest...

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-..not someone wittering on

-about cancer-busting poppycock.

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-Talking about stuff like that

-can drive people crazy...

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-..especially your mother,

-who's in such a fragile condition.

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-Has she said anything?

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-Has she said anything?

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-No!

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-Well, she said

-you tend to go over the top...

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-..and that she needs peace and quiet

-and more space.

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-You're making it sound like

-she doesn't want me here.

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-That's not what I mean at all.

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-Oh, so that's why you're here.

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-That's the thanks I get

-for trying to help.

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-DJ, come back. DJ!

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-Stealing cars, selling

-dodgy handbags, handling guns.

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-Garry would sell Dani

-if the price was right.

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-Hasn't he been helping refugees

-in Greece?

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-You two look very cosy.

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-We were discussing

-who'll win the derby tomorrow.

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-Llanarthur will thrash Cwrtmynach.

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-Llanarthur will thrash Cwrtmynach.

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-Eh? Are you mad?

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-I bet you a pint every day

-for the next month they do.

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-Bet on something worth winning, Ed.

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-You're driving cars

-most of the time.

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-He hasn't got a chance of winning

-anyway.

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-The boss is right again.

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-The boss is right again.

-

-You can bet if you like.

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-A pint?

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-A pint?

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-I'm not thirsty.

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-I'm on duty, but thanks.

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-Go and fetch a box of ready salted,

-please, love.

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-Hello.

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-A pint and nuts, please.

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-Don't do this, DJ.

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-She wants me to leave

-so I'm leaving.

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-So you'll all be happy.

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-So you'll all be happy.

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-Cock-a-hoop.

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-I don't think

-it's what your mother wants.

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-Wants what, exactly?

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-Wants to see the home-help leaving.

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-I'm not staying

-where I'm not welcome.

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-What did you say to him?

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-What did you say to him?

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-Only for him to make less fuss.

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-You're ill and you'd rather

-rot away without any help.

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-Fine, I'll leave you

-to your free radicals.

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-DJ...

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-..this isn't about me, is it?

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-What, then? The Queen's birthday?

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-It's about you...

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-..because by staying here caring

-for me, you're hiding from reality.

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-Cwmderi is your home.

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-It's where

-your friends and family are.

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-It's where your heart is.

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-And if it's not with Cadno...

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-..you'll find someone else

-when the time's right.

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-This isn't the way I pictured it...

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-..but do you know what?

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-Your mother's right.

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-You'll come to understand

-that this is for the best.

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-Come on, let's go home...

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-..so we can be back

-before it gets dark.

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-Phone when you get there.

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-I'll see you soon.

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-So long, then.

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-So long, love.

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-You're going out for a run.

-Anything to avoid me.

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-That's not true.

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-We could have had a drink

-in the Deri...

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-..but once I arrived

-you went all weird.

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-I was just...

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-I was just...

-

-Just what?

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-I thought I'd get a telling-off.

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-I thought I'd get a telling-off.

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-A telling-off for what?

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-Going to the Deri

-instead of reading.

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-Don't be so stupid.

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-I thought we agreed

-that you'd go to therapy sessions.

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-I just don't see the point

-wasting money...

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-..when those books can do the same.

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-They won't get

-to the root of the problem.

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-Look at the titles, for starters.

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-They suggest the relationship's

-the problem, not...

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-Not what?

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-That it's my fault.

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-You must really hate me.

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-You know that's not true.

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-Why do you make out that I'm

-a bad person in need of therapy?

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-You make me sound like a monster.

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-I had my hair styled earlier.

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-You haven't even noticed

-or said it looks nice.

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-It's always nice.

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-Is this because I forgot

-to say your hair's nice?

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-No.

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-It's about the fact

-you and I make each other unhappy.

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-All the time.

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-Where can we go from here, Ed?

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-I don't know.

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-I wasn't expecting

-to see the two of you today.

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-We've got a lot to do. Tomorrow's

-going to be a party to remember.

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-I hear

-you're on the Queen's Honours List.

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-MIMICS TRUMPET

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-Where exactly were you?

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-A small town...

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-..on one of the Greek islands.

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-Do they use euros?

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-Do they use euros?

-

-Are you going?

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-I was just wondering.

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-You're not paid to wonder,

-just to serve.

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-To be honest...

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-..I'm not sure we even need you

-now that I'm back.

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-You can forget that because I

-wouldn't have coped without Mathew.

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-And the punters like him.

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-Do they?

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-Yes, because he's sparky,

-full of energy...

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-..and his smile

-attracts the women from Llanarthur.

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-I'll go and check

-if the accounts agree on that.

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-I thought you'd be glad

-he's home safe and sound.

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-I am...

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-..but he can't waltz in after

-months away as if nothing's changed.

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-No-one knows what he saw there.

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-Garry'd never admit

-if the going was tough.

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-Don't be too hard on him.

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-Don't be too hard on him.

-

-Alright.

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-Look at this.

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-I'm going to hold a raffle

-for Garry's charity.

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-Where did you get that?

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-Where did you get that?

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-From Sheryl. Why?

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-I gave it to Sion and Gwyneth

-for Christmas.

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-It's a one-off.

-Some people are so ungrateful.

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-Your ears must have been burning

-when I saw that on Christmas Day.

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-There's plenty of Diane's

-Christmas cake left over...

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-..but there wasn't as much brandy

-in it this year.

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-Have you seen her?

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-Cadno.

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-There's no easy way to say this...

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-Her and Eifion.

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-Yes.

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-Right, water.

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-Crikey!

-What do you think you're doing?!

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-You didn't want it.

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-I'll have to move back in

-with Mam and Jim.

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-It's the only sensible option.

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-I don't want you to do that.

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-I don't want you to do that.

-

-Are you offering to move out?

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-I wouldn't know where to start.

-I've never lived on my own.

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-No.

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-When I was 18, I raised Gemma

-and then I was with Angela.

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-And then you.

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-I want to make you happy.

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-You're so angry with me

-all the time.

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-A habit, maybe.

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-Will you help me find

-the answer in these?

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-And if these don't work...

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-..I'll pay to see a therapist.

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-A good idea.

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-I do love you, Ed.

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-I love you too.

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-Hey, where did you get this?

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-I thought I'd lost it.

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-Ooh, what is it?

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-A gift I got from an old boss

-for helping him out of a hole.

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-It must have been a big hole!

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-Hey, it means a lot to me

-that you've found it.

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-You must have missed me after all.

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-A bit.

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-I'd say this is worth something.

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-Put it down.

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-Whoa. I got you there!

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-Very funny.

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-Garry, you can relax.

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-We don't need fools like him

-behind the bar.

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-This is a family business.

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-Now that I'm back, we don't need him

-any more. Here you are.

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-Can we talk about this, Gar?

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-Wouldn't you rather pay me

-in euros?

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-Or some other currency?

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-Right, that's it. Get out.

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-Out!

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-It's not funny now, is it?

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-I don't know what your problem is,

-pal.

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-Are you going to tell them

-what you were doing in Poland?

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-Come on. Everyone wants to live.

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-If you want to live...

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-..keep your nose out of my business.

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Mae Garry yn dychwelyd adref ond a fydd pawb yn hapus i'w weld? Mae Sioned yn poeni am ei pherthynas gydag Ed. Garry returns home but will everyone be happy to see him?