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Thu, 05 Jan 2017

Mae Kelly'n rhybuddio Tyler i beidio a chlosio gormod at Ed. Kelly warns Tyler not to become too friendly with Ed. Hywel asks awkward questions about Kevin's departure.


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-Good morning.

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-Is it?

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-Oh, yes, I heard about the email.

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-Everyone has heard about the email.

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-A cuppa?

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-Hiya, Gaynor.

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-Do you fancy a pint after work?

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-Yes, why not?

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-Great. The Deri at 8 o'clock.

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-Hey, you're home.

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-Hey, you're home.

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-Since when are you two besties?

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-We run together.

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-I'd choose my company

-more carefully if I were you.

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-Here you are.

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-It's the end of my career.

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-It's the end of my career.

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-It was one petty email.

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-At the worst possible time.

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-Britt has lodged a complaint

-with the education authority.

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-They're compiling a shortlist

-for the post of new head teacher.

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-Listen, you've got years

-of experience and a good reputation.

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-And lots of black marks against me.

-This will remind everyone of that.

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-You're talking nonsense now.

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-This is my life, Hywel.

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-If I can't get the job, what else

-is there for me in Cwmderi?

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-Lots of friends.

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-Disgrace and an empty house,

-that's what lies ahead for me..

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-Hi.

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-Welcome home.

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-How was Bali?

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-Paradise.

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-And how was Amanda?

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-Hell.

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-Here you are.

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-Thank you.

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-What's that?

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-What's that?

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-Nothing.

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-Auntie Anita.

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-I had an accident last week,

-that's all.

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-Hammered New Year's Eve, was it?

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-No, I tripped on my dressing gown

-and hit my head on the cupboard.

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-Why didn't you phone me?

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-Were you still angry

-because we'd argued?

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-No.

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-It's only a bruise.

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-Give me a couple of days

-and I'll be as good as new.

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-Let's hope

-Kevin is looking after you.

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-Kevin isn't here any more.

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-You what?

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-He went to stay with Nansi over the

-New Year and decided to stay there.

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-Hang on, now.

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-The reason he came here was

-because Nansi didn't want to know.

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-Yes, but once she saw him,

-she forgave him.

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-Just like that?

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-Just like that?

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-Yes.

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-Right, so,

-did you have your accident...

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-..before or after Kevin went

-to North Wales?

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-You don't think Kevin did this?

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-You don't think Kevin did this?

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-You're being cagey.

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-What do you expect me to think?

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-Exactly what I've told you.

-It was an accident.

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-Are you sure about that?

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-Are you sure about that?

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-Yes. Definitely.

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-Now, take that case upstairs.

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-Thank you.

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-You need a shower. You stink.

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-Let me finish breakfast.

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-It wasn't a suggestion,

-I was stating a fact.

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-Listen, I'd like to go out

-for a couple of hours tonight.

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-I don't fancy going out tonight.

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-No, on my own, I meant.

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-Just to the Deri.

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-You'll look like a real saddo,

-won't you?

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-I've half organized to meet Tyler.

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-Oh. He's been like a shadow

-to you recently.

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-We're only running friends.

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-We're only running friends.

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-Are you sure?

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-I didn't know him well before

-the panto but he's a nice bloke.

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-Sorry, I want your help

-to take the decorations down.

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-No, that's tomorrow night.

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-So what do you say, can I go out?

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-If you want.

-I'm sure I'll be fine on my own.

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-Thanks.

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-Now go and have a shower

-before I pass out.

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-I want Nansi's phone number.

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-What for?

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-To have a chat with Kevin

-and see how he's settling.

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-We need to leave him alone.

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-A couple of weeks ago you were

-begging me to make more effort.

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-Now you don't want me to talk to

-him. I'd say there's a story here.

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-Just come to the table.

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-Did Kevin hit you?

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-I told you, I fell.

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-I don't believe you. Did he slap

-you and run away to North Wales?

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-For the last time,

-Kevin didn't touch me.

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-OK.

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-It was Nansi.

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-When I came back after changing

-my mind about the holiday...

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-..she was here with Kevin...

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-..helping herself to my things.

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-They'd obviously planned it.

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-Stealing from you while you were

-away and he was part of the plan.

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-No, Kevin phoned for an ambulance

-to make sure I was alright.

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-And to make sure she was alright

-because he didn't call the cops.

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-No, because he was out on bail.

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-Exactly!

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-You deserve justice.

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-Don't. I want to forget

-about that incident.

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-They could come back

-and do the same thing again.

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-You're not phoning anyone

-or saying a word to anyone.

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-But...

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-But...

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-No. There are no "buts".

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-Please.

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-We need to decorate

-from top to bottom.

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-Now the adoption is going ahead,

-I want Esther to have a proper room.

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-She's got a proper room

-and we have decorated it.

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-I know that, but I want her room

-to be even more special.

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-BUZZER

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-Hello? Yes, come up.

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-Anita.

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-What does she want?

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-What does she want?

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-Darren's probably been moaning.

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-Hiya. Come in.

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-I'm not intruding, am I?

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-No. A cuppa?

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-No. A cuppa?

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-I'm not staying.

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-I should have called before now.

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-Why? Is there a problem?

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-I wanted you to know

-that Kevin's left.

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-He's gone to stay with Nansi

-in Anglesey.

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-That's great news, isn't it, Sher?

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-Yes. Great.

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-What time are you going out?

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-What time are you going out?

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-Um, around eight.

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-So back around nine, is it?

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-Hello!

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-I'm off to work.

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-I'm off to work.

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-Happy New Year.

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-Someone's happy.

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-Ignore him.

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-Christmas is over.

-Everything's back to normal.

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-And how was Christmas?

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-As bad as I expected.

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-It was just me and him

-stuck in here for days.

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-He didn't, you know...?

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-It was hard work.

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-He's gained confidence

-since doing the panto.

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-Yes, he got loads of attention,

-didn't he?

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-I've had to watch everything I say,

-everything I do.

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-I'm so happy to see you, Kel.

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-Here you are.

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-A little something from Bali

-to cheer you up.

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-Thanks.

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-There was no need.

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-Do you know what would cheer me up?

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-A night out. Nothing much,

-just a couple of quiet drinks.

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-Yes, sounds good to me.

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-Tonight?

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-I should stay in.

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-Please. Just a couple of hours.

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-A chance for me to get out of here.

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-Please.

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-Yes, of course.

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-A couple of hours, alright.

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-Thanks.

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-See you later.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Someone's happier.

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-Well, I've had some good news.

-There won't be an investigation.

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-The education authority accepted...

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-..that Chester's email

-was an honest mistake.

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-There's more. I've got an interview

-for the head teacher's post.

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-My reputation counts for something,

-it seems.

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-Excuse me. I've got a lot

-of preparation to do.

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-It's nice to see her smiling.

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-She's got an interview next week.

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-She's got an interview next week.

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-There's a surprise.

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-Mind you, I don't think

-she'll be smiling for long.

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-I've got an interview too.

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-You haven't told her.

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-There's no rush.

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-No, because next week...

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-..you'll both be sitting outside

-the same interview room.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Someone looks like she enjoyed

-her holiday.

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-The hotel on the beach was lush.

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-Shame I can't say the same

-about Mam.

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-Out all night, sleeping all day,

-she was like a teenager.

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-The good news waiting for you

-when you got home...

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-..probably cheered you up.

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-That Kevin has packed his bags

-and left.

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-Gone forever.

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-Do you know what,

-although she won't admit it...

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-..having him around upset Sheryl.

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-It upset a lot of people.

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-But why has he moved in

-with Nansi on Anglesey?

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-I thought they hated each other.

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-She's his mother.

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-Excuse me, Hywel. Jet lag.

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-Hiya.

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-I'm starting to think you're ill,

-or in love.

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-I just want to look decent.

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-You never make this effort

-when you're going out with me.

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-People will start to talk

-about you and Tyler.

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-He's a friend.

-A friend who happens to be gay.

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-Every relationship

-stems from friendship.

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-You're a bit obsessed, Ed.

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-You talk about him all the time,

-you go running together...

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-..and now you're meeting

-for drinks.

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-He's a good friend.

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-He's a good friend.

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-You've know him for five minutes.

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-Iolo must be worried too.

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-Iolo understands.

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-Iolo understands.

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-Good.

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-I hope so, because the last thing

-I want is for my husband...

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-..to be named in a divorce,

-especially a gay divorce.

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-I've just had the third degree

-from Hywel Llywelyn about Kevin.

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-I hope you didn't say a word.

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-Your dirty secret's safe with me...

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-..but not being honest with people

-is not easy.

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-I'm not asking you to lie.

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-No, asking me not tell the truth.

-Same diff.

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-Can you at least report Nansi,

-please.

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-No.

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-Do you think

-she'll keep quiet about Kevin?

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-That's his problem.

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-Meic would never forgive me.

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-Stop using Meic as an excuse,

-please.

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-Kevin's gone

-and that's the end of it.

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-I hope you're telling the truth...

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-..because if I see his ugly mug...

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-..I'll make sure he's in prison

-until he's a pensioner.

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-Promise.

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-Hello, you three.

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-Can I buy you a drink

-to thank you for this morning?

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-There's no need. I only listened.

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-And spoke a lot of sense.

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-And you were right.

-I didn't need to worry.

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-There won't be a hearing.

-And I've got an interview.

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-Congratulations.

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-Congratulations.

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-Thank you.

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-You didn't say you'd seen her

-this morning.

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-Yes, we just bumped

-into each other.

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-I went to APD afterwards

-to fetch some samples.

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-Hywel, their stuff

-is as old as the Ark.

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-They've got plenty of pink.

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-I thought you'd be happy.

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-Here's your chance.

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-I'm not telling her in a pub.

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-May I join you?

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-May I join you?

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-I'm on my way home. Sorry.

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-I'm meeting Ed but you can join us.

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-If you're sure.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Sorry I'm late.

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-Sorry I'm late.

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-I've found better company!

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-A pint?

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-A pint?

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-Yes.

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-Gaynor?

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-Gaynor?

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-No, I'm fine, thanks.

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-Sheryl, you're not sulking because

-I had a cuppa with Gaynor, are you?

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-I don't care about Gaynor.

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-There's definitely something.

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-I can't believe

-you don't understand what.

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-The adoption? Have you heard

-something but haven't told me?

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-Hywel, all I can think of is Kevin.

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-Look, he's gone.

-You should be celebrating.

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-That he's free to do

-the same thing again?

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-He's left Cwmderi.

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-He's left Cwmderi.

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-At least we knew where he was.

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-Sheryl, he's in Anglesey

-with Nansi. Anita told us.

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-But for how long, Hywel?

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-You're worrying for no reason.

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-You're worrying for no reason.

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-I don't think I am.

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-And I'm not just worried

-for myself...

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-..but anyone else

-unlucky enough to meet him.

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-Right, if you want a day off

-from the running, just say.

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-Why would I want a day off?

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-Keeping up with me

-is difficult for an old man.

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-I might be older but I'm faster.

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-In your dreams, Ed.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Oh, hiya.

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-What are you doing here?

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-What are you doing here?

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-A lager for both of you?

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-We're alright, thanks.

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-We're alright, thanks.

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-It's not often I offer to buy.

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-Yes. Thanks.

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-I don't believe this.

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-I don't mind if they join us.

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-I don't mind if they join us.

-

-I do.

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-Sioned's such hard work.

-She always wants attention.

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-Iolo's exactly the same.

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-We can have a bottle of wine

-at mine.

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-I have the right to go out,

-don't I?

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-If Ed's going to be angry with you,

-there's no point.

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-He'll be angry whatever I do.

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-Didn't you notice that

-when we walked in?

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Hello.

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-Thanks for phoning me back.

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-Yes, I'm fine.

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-I want to arrange to meet up.

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-Tomorrow if possible.

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-It's your round next.

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-It's your round next.

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-I don't want another one.

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-I'm enjoying myself.

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-I'm enjoying myself.

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-I'm going home.

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-Don't be so stingy. Go to the bar.

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-Same again?

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-Same again?

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-Yes.

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-I'll go and help him.

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-Are you going to tell me?

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-Something's wrong. You've only

-said two words since you sat down.

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-I'm worried about Auntie Anita,

-that's all.

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-You would have stayed at home.

-Come on, Kel. Tell me.

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-It's nothing, OK?

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-You've obviously got a problem

-with Ed.

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-Why else would you have said

-what you did this morning?

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-I was exhausted.

-I didn't know what I was saying.

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-You've said too much

-to not tell me everything now.

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-Right.

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-OK, I'll tell you, because

-I'm fed up of keeping secrets...

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-..but promise

-you won't tell anyone.

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-Promise.

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-Ed's mistreating Sioned.

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-Ed's mistreating Sioned.

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-What?!

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-How?

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-How?

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-I think you can work that out.

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-You saw how he was

-when we walked in.

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-Are you trying to say he hits her?

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-Are you trying to say he hits her?

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-I'm not trying to say anything.

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-I've seen the bruises

-with my own eyes.

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