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Pennod 10

Mae Sophie wedi cael llond bol ac yn mynnu cael atebion gan Wyn ynglyn a gwerthiant les y siop. Sophie has had enough and insists on getting some answers from Wyn.


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-I want time to think.

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-I want time to think.

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-Think about what?

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-How to punish me and make me feel

-worse about something I didn't do?

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-I don't know why I bother.

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-Iolo!

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-Alright?

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-I'm better now that the truth's out.

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-Yes. We can all move on.

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-You didn't think of telling me

-Erin had come clean?

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-Sorry, but...

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-Things are back to normal for you.

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-Things are back to normal for you.

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-No.

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-Things are rocky

-between me and Sophie.

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-How are things between you and Llio?

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-How are things between you and Llio?

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-Don't ask.

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-Did you want to see me?

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-No, your maid.

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-I want answers.

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-I'm busy. I'll phone you later.

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-I'm busy. I'll phone you later.

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-No. Now, Wyn.

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-OK then.

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-Thanks.

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-Where have you been?

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-Llio tidied the kitchen

-and I couldn't find anything.

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-Fair play to her.

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-I know, just...

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-Don't you think

-it's time she went home?

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-She hasn't decided

-what to do about Iolo.

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-She can't stay on the sofa forever.

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-Can you talk to her?

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-It's complicated.

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-It's complicated.

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-Is it? Erin admitted she lied.

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-What's the problem?

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-What's the problem?

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-Llio has had a difficult few weeks.

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-It'll only take me five minutes

-to pack her bags.

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-Barry.

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-Barry.

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-What?

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-"I'll pack after work,

-thanks. Ta-ra."

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-It isn't funny!

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-I've got a right to know

-where I stand.

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-It has cost me time and money

-to plan what to do with the place.

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-Email me the amount I owe you.

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-That's not the point.

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-We shook hands.

-You're going back on your word.

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-Circumstances have changed.

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-Philip and Alwena splitting up

-doesn't mean you can't sell to me.

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-His marriage is over.

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-Do you expect me

-to sack him and evict him?!

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-He doesn't want to be there.

-He can barely get out of bed.

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-He's suffering.

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-I've promised Alwena

-I'd look after him.

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-Is she still worried about him?

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-Is she still worried about him?

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-Of course she is.

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-Now, I've got a lot to do.

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-So, that's it?

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-If you can wave your magic wand...

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-..and get Philip and Alwena

-back together...

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-..I'd sell to you, no problem.

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-Other than that, no deal.

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-Did he say where he was going?

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-Did he say where he was going?

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-No.

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-A lot has changed

-since this Megan came on the scene.

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-Leave him alone.

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-I prefer the smell of flowers

-to his old slippers.

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-He has coped well,

-to think he's on his own.

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-Look at this.

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-The cheap soup cans

-have disappeared.

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-He has cream of asparagus now.

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-DOOR CLOSES

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

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-Good morning.

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-How are you, Mr Lloyd? Megan?

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-Hello.

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-We're both very well, thanks.

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-What are your plans for the day?

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-We're going to Barclodiad y Gawres.

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-Megan has never been there.

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-I went there on a school trip.

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-Wouldn't you rather go shopping?

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-Edwin told me about it

-as we walked from the bus.

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-It sounds fascinating.

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-I'll start on the bedrooms.

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-There's no need to do the bathroom.

-I did it yesterday.

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-I told her not to.

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-It was no trouble!

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-I enjoyed doing it.

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-Someone's in a good mood.

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-Is that a bad thing?

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-Have you got the day off?

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-No.

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-No.

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-Have you had a bonus?

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-Close. I got positive feedback

-from your father yesterday.

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-He said I'd done an excellent job

-while he was in Spain.

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-I'm glad you realize the importance

-of keeping the old man happy.

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-Yes, Dani.

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-It's not as important

-as keeping you happy.

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-Oh.

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-I'm late for work.

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-I'll come home early to make supper.

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-I'll come home early to make supper.

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-Great. I'll see you later.

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-Is he sleeping?

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-Is he sleeping?

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-Soundly.

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-Coffee?

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-Please.

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-I never thought

-these could be so dangerous.

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-Don't worry about Llio.

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-I don't want her to think

-she's not welcome here.

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-I stayed with them over Christmas.

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-She's been a big help with Tom.

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-I've got things to do downstairs.

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-I've got things to do downstairs.

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-How can I make it up to her?

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-I'll put 'sorry' on a pizza

-in sweetcorn.

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-I'm being serious, Barry.

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-Hoovering is thirsty work.

-Would you like a cuppa?

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-Coffee, please.

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-Coffee, please.

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-We make our own cuppas.

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-I've brought home-made shortbread...

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-..just for you, Meical.

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-..just for you, Meical.

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-Lovely.

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-Come through when you're ready.

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-She's after our job.

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-What do you mean?

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-Cleaning the bathroom,

-making cuppas.

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-She'll ask for a ladder

-to clean the windows next.

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-Do you think so?

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-Do you think so?

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-Yes.

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-We'll be out in a month,

-just you wait and see.

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-It's break time. Out you go!

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-Aren't you coming to the staffroom

-for a cuppa?

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-To hear them whispering about me?

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-No, thanks.

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-Listen.

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-I'm sorry for what I said yesterday.

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-It's been awful for you.

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-It's a bit late to say that now.

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-It's a bit late to say that now.

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-Yes, I know.

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-No-one came out of it well.

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-Your job is safe.

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-Yes.

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-But I learnt the hard way,

-just as Iolo has.

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-You're standing up for him again.

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-It was one drunken mistake

-when you'd fallen out.

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-It meant nothing, Llio.

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-You're meant to be together.

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-You're both lost when you're apart.

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-Don't let one silly schoolgirl

-ruin the rest of your life.

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-I've got a lot of marking to do.

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-Take care.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-"Mam and Dad are sorry xxx"

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-We owe him a quarter of an hour.

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-We owe him a quarter of an hour.

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-What do you mean?

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-We finished early.

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-It's not our fault someone else

-cleaned before we arrived.

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-Before you go,

-can I have a quick word?

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-Megan and I have been talking.

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-After Megan mentioned it...

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-..I'm ashamed that I haven't

-given you a pay rise...

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-..in two years.

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-There's no need.

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-Yes, Meical,

-there most certainly is a need.

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-And so...

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-..here you are.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

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-It's Megan you need to thank.

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-Thanks, Megan.

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-Thanks, Megan.

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-Thank you.

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-There's no need.

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-Bye.

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-Sophie.

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-Hiya, Philip.

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-I want to apologize

-and explain a few things.

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-I see.

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-I must have appeared selfish,

-and I'm sorry about that.

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-This place was to be

-an investment for the future.

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-That's why I was so disappointed.

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-This isn't how things

-were meant to be.

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-I understand that.

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-I've had a chat with Wyn,

-and the situation is much clearer.

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-I can see why no-one would discuss

-selling the businesses with me.

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-What did Wyn say?

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-Wyn and Alwena want to make sure

-that you're treated fairly.

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-You need time to get over the shock

-before deciding what to do.

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-He said that?

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-They both clearly think

-you've suffered enough already.

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-They want to make things

-as easy as possible for you.

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-Is that how they talk about me?

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-Is that how they talk about me?

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-Sorry. I've said too much.

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-I don't want anyone

-to feel sorry for me.

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-They're worried about you.

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-They're worried about you.

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-I can look after myself, thank you.

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-I know,

-and you're doing really well.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Thanks.

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-Better?

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-Better?

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-I'm fine.

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-I shouldn't have mentioned

-what Wyn said.

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-I'm sorry.

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-I'm the one who should apologize.

-You need to know where you stand.

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-Forget about that.

-Concentrate on getting better.

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-I can't decide

-what I want for lunch...

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-..let alone

-if I want to carry on here.

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-I understand.

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-It's affecting everyone.

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-I feel responsible for the row

-between you and Mathew.

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-Don't be. It wasn't much of a row.

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-It's nothing we can't sort,

-if only we weren't both so stubborn.

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-Will you be OK? I have to go.

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-I'll be fine.

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-Sophie? Thank you.

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-What can I do for you today,

-Mr Richards?

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-Just a trim, please.

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-Is there a reason for the trim?

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-Not really.

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-You're blushing.

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-You're blushing.

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-I'm not.

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-Come on, Rhys! What's his name?

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-Josh.

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-Josh.

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-Oh!

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-Is he cute?

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-Is he cute?

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-I've only seen a photo.

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-Is it your first date?

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-Is it your first date?

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-Yes. Only a drink.

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-Did you meet him on Q-pid?

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-Did you meet him on Q-pid?

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-Yes.

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-Let's see him then.

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-No!

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-No!

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-Don't be a spoilsport.

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-Come on, Rhys!

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-They won't give up.

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-Can we see him?

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-SOPHIE TOOTS HORN

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-# Tell me why not #

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-Do you want a lift?

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-Why not?

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-# Come in #

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-Will it do?

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-Will it do?

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-Great, thanks.

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-Hang on.

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-Hiya.

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-You'll have to wait a minute,

-sorry. Rhys has got a date tonight.

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-This has to be perfect.

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-Josh is a lucky man.

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-Do you know him, Dani?

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-No, but I've seen his photo.

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-He works in that climbing shop

-in Bangor.

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-There we are.

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-Marks out of ten?

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-Marks out of ten?

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-Ten, as always.

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-Right, I'll see you later.

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-Did you want anything?

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-Did you want anything?

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-I was just passing, that's all.

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-What are we doing here?

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-I wanted a chat.

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-No children, no pupils.

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-No shop.

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-Just you and me.

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-I've missed you.

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-I've missed you.

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-I've missed you too.

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-It's silly to fall out.

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-We've been under a lot of strain.

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-We should just acknowledge that

-and help each other.

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-Easier said than done,

-but you're right.

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-There is one good thing

-about arguing.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Hi.

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-Can I come in?

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-Sorry about the mess.

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-It's hard with your foot as it is.

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-It's hard with your foot as it is.

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-Yes.

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-PHONE

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-Answer it.

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-It's Carys. I'll phone her back.

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-I'm sorry, Iolo,

-for what I said yesterday.

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-I'm the one who should be sorry.

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-I'm the one who should be sorry.

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-I don't want things to be like this.

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-Neither do I.

-If I could only turn back the clock.

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-What happened, happened.

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-I want to forget it all

-and start again.

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-What do you say?

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-What do you say?

-

-Does that mean you'll hoover?

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-What did I do to deserve flowers?

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-They're for Llio,

-to apologize for this morning.

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-Have you heard from her?

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-No. I sent a text,

-and she isn't answering her phone.

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-She'll be OK.

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-Takeaway tonight,

-for the three of us?

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-Great. When? I'm starving.

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-When Llio comes back.

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-When Llio comes back.

-

-She's usually home by now.

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-I know. I'll phone her again.

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-Hello.

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-Hiya.

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-I can't smell anything cooking.

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-I can't smell anything cooking.

-

-I was about to start.

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-My feet hurt.

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-Are you all alright? You're quiet!

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-I'm doing my homework.

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-With no help from Taid.

-Did you have a good day?

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-Yes, great, thanks.

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-What happened?

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-You had a face like thunder

-this morning.

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-I don't want to raise your hopes...

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-..but we might be able to buy

-the business leases after all.

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-I saw you leaving the shop

-in a hurry earlier.

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-I can't be definite,

-but it's looking promising.

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-Wyn says he isn't selling.

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-I had a word with him too.

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-Things aren't as black and white

-as we thought.

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-It's just you being stubborn.

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-No.

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-Honestly.

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-I've got a feeling

-that Philip is giving up the shop.

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-Then we can step in.

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-Isn't that good?

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-# Living badly today,

-as I will be tomorrow

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-# Still wasting precious time

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-# Still worrying about everything

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-# Everything that threatens

-the chaos of my life

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-# Does it still surprise you

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-# That there's no easy way

-to break free? #

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-It is nearly ready?

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-What?

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-What?

-

-Supper.

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-Five minutes, right!

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-Did you buy wine?

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-David?

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-David?

-

-What?

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-Did you buy wine?

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-Did you buy wine?

-

-In the fridge. I'll get you one now.

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-I said I'd get you one.

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-It's OK. I'll do it myself.

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-It's OK. I'll do it myself.

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-Listen, will you?!

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Mae Sophie wedi cael llond bol ac yn mynnu cael atebion gan Wyn ynglyn a gwerthiant les y siop. Sophie has had enough and insists on getting some answers from Wyn.