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Mae Garry yn croesholi Gwyneth ynglyn a'i gwir deimladau tuag at Sion. Garry cross-examines Gwyneth about her true feelings for Sion. Bryntirion's starting to fall apart without...


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-TEXT ALERT

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-"I want to talk.

-Can you come over to our place?"

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-It's almost 9 o'clock.

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-I'd better get a move on.

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-I'd better get a move on.

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-I'll tidy up later.

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-There's no point.

-Nobody's here to nag us about it.

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-Don't talk about Diane like that.

-I know you miss her.

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-No. I don't care at all.

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-Why don't you try phoning her?

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-No chance! I'm not chasing after

-anyone. I'm better off without her.

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-There we go, you know best.

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-I'm glad you could come.

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-I'm glad you could come.

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-I can't stay long.

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-I've brought stuff to make a cuppa.

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-You do realize that this isn't

-"our place", don't you?

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-This isn't your place either...

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-..because you have a life out there

-with your friends and family.

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-No, I don't want cup of tea, Jim.

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-Have you talked to Eileen?

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-Have you talked to Eileen?

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-No, not really.

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-I have to go.

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-I've brought the coat back.

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-No, I want you to keep it.

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-You said I have to start

-letting things go.

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-That's what I'm trying to do...

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-..with your help.

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-The only thing I've got to do now

-is face the inquest.

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-Yes.

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-Good.

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-After the inquest

-you can look to the future.

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-I wanted to ask if you'd be willing

-to be there with me.

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-Me?

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-That's why I asked you

-to come here today.

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-What about Eileen?

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-Eileen will be there, out of duty.

-I'd be happier if you were there.

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-I'm not sure it's my place

-to go with you.

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-But it's going to be so hard.

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-Answering questions,

-going over it all again.

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-What if they say it was my fault?

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-What if they say it was my fault?

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-They won't do that.

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-They could.

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-I was there,

-I was beside her in the car.

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-I'm her father,

-I should have protected her.

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-Jim, I'm not sure I can.

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-Think about it.

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-I'd feel much stronger

-if you were there.

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-OK.

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-It's quiet here.

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-It was quiet until you walked in.

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-Put the kettle on.

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-Doesn't Awyr Iach have any tea bags?

-Leave those. They're for Kath.

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-She's coming over to help me

-put price tags on stock and tidy up.

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-Why didn't you say you needed help?

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-To be honest with you,

-I don't need help.

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-I've asked her to come over

-because she's at a low ebb.

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-A bit lonely.

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-The day can seem long

-when you're on your own.

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-Fair play to you. But it's midday,

-I can't see her coming.

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-You might be right. What a shame.

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-I was intending to take her

-to the cafe for a bite to eat.

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-OK, help yourself,

-but don't eat them all at once.

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-While you're eating, I'll go

-and check if Kath is alright.

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-Why don't you phone her?

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-Why don't you phone her?

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-She's not answering her phone.

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-So you can look after this place

-while I check up on her.

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-I'm supposed to be at Awyr Iach.

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-I'm supposed to be at Awyr Iach.

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-You said you wanted to help me.

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-I won't be long,

-no more than fifteen minutes.

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-Don't eat them all at once

-or you'll get indigestion.

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-Where have you been?

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-Where have you been?

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-The salon.

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-No, you haven't.

-I've just been there.

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-Sheryl said you haven't

-been near the place.

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-What have you bought now?

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-Nothing.

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-What's in the bag?

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-Just leave it... Please!

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-Jim gave it to me.

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-Why?

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-To say thank you.

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-He's upset about Courtney

-and he wanted to talk to somebody.

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-That's Eileen's job.

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-That's Eileen's job.

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-He can't talk to her.

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-Give it back to him.

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-No.

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-You can't wear

-a dead person's coat.

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-I know

-but I don't want to upset him.

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-I'm dealing with it in my own way.

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-I'm dealing with it in my own way.

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-I feel sorry for him as well.

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-But giving you this...

-It's weird.

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-It's not weird.

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-It's not weird.

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-Yes, it is, Dan.

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-You can't take Courtney's place

-for him.

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-That isn't what this is.

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-That isn't what this is.

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-So what is it?

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-I don't expect you to understand.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Alright!

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Yes, of course I am.

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-You said you were coming

-to APD this morning.

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-I know what I said.

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-I know what I said.

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-You said it in front of Mark.

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-I said it in front of Mark

-to get him off my back.

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-He said he was taking time off work

-to "look after me."

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-I was concerned about you as well.

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-Are you here

-to check up on me too?

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-No, but you could have phoned me

-to let me know you weren't coming.

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-You're worse than Mark.

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-How many times do I have to say?

-I don't need babysitters.

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-Look, Kath,

-it's better to keep busy.

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-You could be tempted

-if you just sit here doing nothing.

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-Do you know what, Dai?

-I'm not surprised Diane's gone.

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-Not if you nagged her like this

-all the time.

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-I'm returning this.

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-It's Courtney's coat.

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-Dani can't take it, Jim.

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-It wouldn't be right.

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-She didn't like to tell you

-in case she hurt your feelings.

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-I hadn't realized.

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-Dani's a bit soft like that.

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-I wanted to thank her.

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-Dani's a very special person.

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-But she can't take Courtney's place.

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-No-one can do that.

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-I know how you feel, Jim.

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-No, you don't.

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-Dani was the only one

-who came close.

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-But I don't want

-to make it awkward for her.

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-Thanks.

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-Oh, hi!

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-Has Gwern left

-his reading book here?

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-I haven't seen it.

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-I've looked all over the house.

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-I promised to find it before

-he gets back from after-school club.

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-I'll have a look for it now.

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-Can Gwern come to me on Saturday...

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-..to take him for a fitting

-for his wedding outfit?

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-The wedding's still on, is it?

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-The wedding's still on, is it?

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-Of course it is.

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-You've still got time

-to change your mind.

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-Why would I do that?

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-Why would I do that?

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-Sion White.

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-He's not your type, is he?

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-He's not your type, is he?

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-He drove Britt up the wall.

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-I can deal with Sion.

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-But Iolo is another matter.

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-What's that supposed to mean?

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-He's making life difficult,

-telling Sion not to marry me.

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-But in a few weeks

-I'll be Mrs Sion White...

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-..and there'll be nothing

-he can do about it.

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-A cuppa?

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-Or a glass of wine...

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-..while I search for this book.

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-Hey, Kath.

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-Have you been to APD?

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-No, why?

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-Nothing. Dad was saying earlier

-he hoped you'd call in.

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-What else did he say?

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-What else did he say?

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-Not much.

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-He said you helped out. It's nice

-for you both to have company.

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-I don't need any company.

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-I don't need any company.

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-He's only trying to help.

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-I don't need help.

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-I don't need help.

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-Maybe he needs your help.

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-You've seen how down in the dumps

-he is since Diane left.

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-I haven't.

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-I haven't.

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-Well, he is.

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-He looked forward

-to having your company...

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-..not a telling-off and backchat

-for being concerned for you.

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-You've landed on your feet

-for once.

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-Mind you, you're paying

-a high price for the honour.

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-Having to live with Sion

-for the rest of your life.

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-Are you sure you're doing

-the right thing?

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-It's nice that you're so concerned.

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-It's nice that you're so concerned.

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-I'm more concerned for Gwern.

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-There's no need,

-I know exactly what I'm doing.

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-I won't have to live with him

-for the rest of my life.

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-What do you mean?

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-I've got him to put my name

-on the house deeds.

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-How did you manage that?

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-How did you manage that?

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-It wasn't difficult.

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-He loves me. And who can blame him?

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-But do you love him?

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-Of course I do.

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-But...

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-..I'll have half of Y Felin

-whatever happens.

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-Whatever happens?

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-So we're not talking in terms

-of everlasting love, are we?

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-Sion's a good man

-and he's got money.

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-And he's desperate for love.

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-I'm a single mother

-who's always had to skimp...

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-..and I don't want that for Gwern.

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-My priority is

-to make sure he's alright.

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-Marrying Sion for his money

-won't be good for Gwern.

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-I've seen how marriage break-ups...

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-..can affect children.

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-Look at Chester.

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-Look at Chester.

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-I disagree.

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-On a break? It's nice for some.

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-Gwyneth wants us to look

-for Gwern's reading book.

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-"Us"?

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-"Us"?

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-Yes. Have you seen it?

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-Great.

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-I'll go now.

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-I'll go now.

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-You don't have to go.

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-I have to pick Gwern up anyway.

-Ta-ra.

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-Dani.

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-Dani.

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-I'm busy.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Blimey, Greta Garbo!

-I thought you wanted to be alone.

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-I've got a meal for two here

-from Cwm Delhi.

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-Shall I tell you

-what you can do with the food?

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-Come on now, Dai.

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-I got extra poppadoms and chips.

-I can't eat it all myself.

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-You made it clear earlier

-you wanted to be left alone.

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-Yes, well, I'm sorry for earlier.

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-I was still angry with Mark

-and I took it out on you.

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-What are you looking for?

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-What are you looking for?

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-This, to open the soup.

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-While you're sulking

-this food is getting cold.

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-But if you want soup, eat soup...

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-But if you want soup, eat soup...

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-What have you got?

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-Chicken balti, chicken masala.

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-Bhajis, samosas.

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-Keema naan?

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-Keema naan?

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-Peshwari, a large one.

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-Lovely. I accept your apology.

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-Take them through, put the TV on

-and I'll wash two plates.

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-Are you looking forward

-to the wedding?

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-I can't wait.

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-I hope your father

-will have more luck this time.

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-It's his third marriage.

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-It's his third marriage.

-

-Well, third time lucky.

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-I'd say he's head over heels.

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-I was hoping

-it was a midlife crisis but...

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-..it seems more serious now.

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-Yes, especially if he's given

-Gwyneth half the house.

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-But there we are...

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-..she's a lot more cunning

-than my sister.

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-Dad wouldn't be that stupid.

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-Ask him.

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-Have you booked the PA for the gig?

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-Not yet.

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-Not yet.

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-Come on.

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-I'll do it now.

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-I'll do it now.

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-Then you can sort out the darts.

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-I've had enough.

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-Where's the coat?

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-What coat?

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-What coat?

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-Courtney's coat.

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-Where have you put it?

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-I gave it to Jim.

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-What?

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-I explained you couldn't take it

-and he understood.

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-You had no right.

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-You're too soft

-to tell him yourself.

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-I said I'd deal with it

-in my own way.

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-You don't have time

-to be Jim's agony aunt.

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-Agony aunt?

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-You're the one complaining

-that you're far too busy.

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-He's coming to terms with the death

-of his daughter...

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-..not being dumped by a girlfriend.

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-Where are you going?

-You can't...

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-I need you here!

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-I need you here!

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-Tough!

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-That takeaway was just the job.

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-You'd have had salmonella

-if you'd cooked in this kitchen.

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-It's not that bad.

-I'm too busy to clean.

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-But I can look after myself.

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-That's exactly

-what I tell people too...

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-..but instead

-I'm treated like a nuisance.

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-Coming back here was a mistake.

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-Cwmderi's changed

-since you were here last.

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-Gwyneth Jones marrying Sion White?

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-Sheryl and Hywel,

-the Monks running the Deri? Please!

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-Julie, Diane and you

-propping up the bar.

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-Those were the days!

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-Those were the days!

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-Weren't they just?

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-You still haven't heard anything.

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-You still haven't heard anything.

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-No, not a word.

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-She's with Emma, I guess,

-but she didn't bother telling me.

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-I thought of phoning her.

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-Do I actually want to hear her...

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-..arguing with me, checking up,

-nagging me, telling me what to do?

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-The answer is, yes. Yes, I do.

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-I don't want to hear her telling me

-she doesn't want to come back.

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-She won't say that.

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-I still don't know why she left.

-She didn't say a word.

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-We all go through some bad patches

-sometimes. Look at me.

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-She'll come to her senses.

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-No. I'm beginning to wonder

-if I'll ever see her again.

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-Just give her time, Dai.

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-You're a special man,

-do you know that?

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-Whatever anyone else says.

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-Whatever anyone else says.

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-Thanks!

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-No problem.

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-She'll be home before you know it.

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-Garry said he'd called in.

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-He found the coat

-and he really didn't understand.

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-Garry's right.

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-I shouldn't have hassled you.

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-You're not hassling me, Jim.

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-I don't want to be a burden.

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-I made it difficult for you

-asking you to come to the inquest.

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-You're not a burden.

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-Garry should have been

-more sensitive.

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-Thank you for not telling him

-about Courtney's room.

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-I don't think he'd have been

-so sympathetic if he knew.

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-It's none of his business.

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-I don't want to come between you.

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-You won't.

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-Garry has no right

-making decisions for me.

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-Listen...

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-..I'll be at the inquest next week.

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-You can rely on me.

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-I wasn't expecting to see you.

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-Is it true you've signed

-half this place over to Gwyneth?

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-Who told you?

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-Who told you?

-

-It doesn't matter who. Is it true?

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-I've put her name on the deeds.

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-After everything I've told you.

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-Dad, she's going to fleece you.

0:17:450:17:47

-She's put my name

-on the deeds of her house.

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-It's only right I do the same.

0:17:500:17:53

-It isn't very long ago...

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-..you said you'd give

-this place to Tyler and me.

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-Is that what's bothering you?

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-I thought you were concerned

-for my happiness.

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-This goes to show how she's twisted

-your mind to get what she wants.

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-You can't think much of me if you

-don't think Gwyneth can love me.

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-The only reason I agreed to be your

-best man was to keep an eye on her.

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-But you're past any help from me...

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-..so I don't want anything to do

-with this wedding.

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-Dad, I won't come anywhere near it.

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Mae Garry yn croesholi Gwyneth ynglyn a'i gwir deimladau tuag at Sion. Garry cross-examines Gwyneth about her true feelings for Sion. Bryntirion's starting to fall apart without Diane.