Pennod 16 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 16

Mae David yn ymddwyn braidd yn amheus. Ar ol addo treulio'r noson gyda Dani mae hi'n cael siom pan mae o'n dweud bod ganddo gyfarfod busnes pwysig. Dani is disappointed by David...


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-You kissed her.

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-You kissed her.

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-Please, Llio, not this again.

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-I thought we were

-going to forget about it.

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-I'm sorry, but I'm obviously having

-more trouble doing that than you.

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-I wanted to tell you something.

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-I was going to say it in the lift.

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-Tell me what?

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-Subtitles

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-# One step forward, two back

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-# Feeling under pressure

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-# Trying to succeed

-and still carrying on

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-# Carrying on #

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-Thanks, Iris.

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-A takeaway and a film tonight?

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-You can choose, but nothing violent.

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-OK.

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-OK.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-A nice film with a happy ending.

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-Who messaged you?

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-You're not listening to me!

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-You're not listening to me!

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-Sorry?

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-Who sent the text?

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-A new client,

-or a prospective client rather.

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-What did he say?

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-Nothing much.

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-Why have you got a silly smile?

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-Have I?

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-Have I?

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-What's the joke?

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-Never mind.

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-Hello.

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-Strangers!

-You never come to see us.

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-You know where I live.

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-And you don't phone.

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-And you don't phone.

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-You know my number.

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-Dani, Ann's here.

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-Thank goodness it's a Saturday.

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-I'll see you tonight.

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-PHONE

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-Hi, Cathryn. I'm fine, thanks.

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-No, nothing planned.

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-Tonight?

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-I don't see why not.

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-I'll see you at six.

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-OK, thanks.

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-Ta-ra.

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-I'm going out on the bike.

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-I'm going out on the bike.

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-OK.

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-Ta-ra.

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-That's 30, please. Thank you.

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-He's not leaving you alone.

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-He can't keep away.

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-What is it?

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-Sorry, but you'll have to eat

-the takeaway on your own.

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-Why?

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-I phoned the man who texted me.

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-He wants to meet tonight.

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-On a Saturday night?

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-On a Saturday night?

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-Yes.

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-He's going away for a fortnight.

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-I want him to sign before he goes.

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-How long will it take to sign?

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-How long will it take to sign?

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-It's not as simple as that.

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-I have to persuade him

-to sign first.

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-He's taking me out to supper.

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-It's a chance to soft-soap him.

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-It's a chance to soft-soap him.

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-It's alright for some.

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-I'd rather be at home.

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-I'd rather be at home.

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-Oh, well.

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-I'll take you out for Sunday lunch.

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-OK, lovely.

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-Try not to be too late.

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-I'll try my best.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks, Iris.

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-Hello. How are you both?

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-OK, thanks.

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-He's grown.

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-Everyone says that.

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-You see him every day.

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-You see him every day.

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-Yes.

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-What are you doing today?

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-We're going to Pushy Mothers.

-Anything to get out of the flat.

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-Is that something new?

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-I can meet new parents

-and have a massage.

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-Nice.

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-And sing.

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-Ugh.

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-Ugh.

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-I know. We can go swimming too.

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-Is Barry coming?

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-Barry's working.

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-Of course he is.

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-They're all the same. Have fun.

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-We'll see.

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-Ta-ra.

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-DOOR OPENS

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-Hiya. Are you OK?

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-Hiya. Are you OK?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-Where did you go?

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-Where did you go?

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-Along the Penmynydd road, 15k.

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-Sorry, Iolo.

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-What for?

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-I haven't been easy to live with.

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-I won't disagree.

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-I don't want to be irritable.

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-I don't want to be irritable.

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-I don't like it when you are.

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-I know.

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-I'm taking you out tonight

-to make up for it.

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-Tonight? I can't.

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-Why not?

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-I'm working.

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-Aren't you off tonight?

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-Didn't you hear Cathryn

-on the phone asking me to work?

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-And you agreed?

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-And you agreed?

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-Yes! We had nothing planned.

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-And you weren't in a great mood.

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-OK then.

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-OK then.

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-OK what?!

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-If you prefer

-being with Cathryn and her!

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-I'm going there to work.

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-I'm going there to work.

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-We never spend time together.

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-And when we do, all we do is argue.

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-I'll phone to cancel.

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-No, don't do that.

-I'll have a word with Cathryn.

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-I'll say something came up.

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-Thanks.

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-I don't like it when we fall out.

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-I don't like it when we fall out.

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-Nor me.

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-DOOR OPENS

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-Hello! I'm home!

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-Where is everyone?

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-Alright?

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-I don't suppose

-you've got anything for supper.

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-No, sorry.

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-It's a good job I did then.

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-For a change.

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-For a change.

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-Oi!

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-I've invited Sian for supper...

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-..and I want you all to behave.

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-That was for you, Wil.

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-That was for you, Wil.

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-I have apologized.

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-I'm glad to hear it.

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-Don't include me.

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-Why not?

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-Why not?

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-I'm going out.

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-You didn't mention it this morning.

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-You didn't mention it this morning.

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-I only arranged it at lunchtime.

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-I'll ask Sian to come another night.

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-I'll ask Sian to come another night.

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-Don't be silly.

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-She isn't coming to see me.

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-It'd be nice if we were all here.

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-I'll rearrange it.

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-Nice one.

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-Nice one.

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-I thought you'd be pleased.

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-Ha ha!

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-Don't misunderstand me.

-I like keen staff.

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-But you're over an hour early.

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-But you're over an hour early.

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-I've got a problem.

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-Don't say you can't come in.

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-Sorry, Cathryn.

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-Sorry, Cathryn.

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-I was relying on you.

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-I can't.

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-You said you would.

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-Work phoned. Someone's ill

-and they've asked me to cover.

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-I couldn't refuse.

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-I couldn't refuse.

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-What am I supposed to do?

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-Isn't Erin available?

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-No. I told her not to come in

-because I'd offered it to you.

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-I'll phone her back.

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-I'll phone her back.

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-Sorry.

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-I regret asking you back

-if I can't depend on you.

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-It won't happen again.

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-It won't happen again.

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-I'll make sure of that, don't worry.

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-Can you give me a hand?

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-Can you give me a hand?

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-One moment.

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-How did it go?

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-How did it go?

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-Not too bad. You should have come.

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-Shame.

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-Everyone asked after you.

-I said you'd come next week.

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-I'll come with you when they change

-the name to Pushy Fathers.

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-PHONE

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-Sorry, I have to take this.

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-I've been trying to contact

-the idiot all day. Two minutes.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya. Where have you been all day?

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-In the pub,

-meeting old school friends.

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-Did you have a good time?

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-Yes. We watched football

-and played pool. How was your day?

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-OK.

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-I'm going back out after tea.

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-I'll cook you something now.

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-I'm fine.

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-Have you decided what to do,

-now you're not going back to Spain?

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-No. It's early days.

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-I thought that's what you'd say.

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-I thought that's what you'd say.

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-The shop's doing alright.

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-Yes. Why?

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-Nothing. It's a good job

-the sale fell through.

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-Very lucky.

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-Don't you think so?

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-I don't seem to have the patience

-for it right now.

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-I'm sure.

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-It's hard to pretend

-everything is alright.

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-Facing people all day long.

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-Some ask too many questions,

-others avoid asking at all.

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-Everyone is on your side,

-and that includes me.

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-There's no need to take sides.

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-You're too soft with her, Dad.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Where's Tom?!

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-Where's Tom?!

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-What's all this noise?

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-# We're all out

-for our Saturday night kicks

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-# We're all going on the bus

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-# We're all out

-for our Saturday night kicks

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-# And we're all going

-to lose sleep #

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-Was Cathryn OK

-about you not working?

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-Not really.

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-I'm sure she'll find someone else.

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-I'm working all day tomorrow

-and every night next week.

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-Every night?

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-I was afraid

-she wouldn't offer me more work.

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-Would it matter?

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-Would it matter?

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-I need the money.

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-Do what you want.

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-Why didn't you wait for me

-to finish my phone call?

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-I didn't know how long you'd be.

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-I said I'd only be two minutes.

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-Your calls can last half an hour.

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-She's exaggerating!

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-I'm not. I've had enough.

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-The flat's too small and it's

-a hassle going up and down stairs.

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-I'm trying to do my bit.

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-I know, but you're not always here.

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-It's not easy

-doing everything on my own.

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-Sorry. Where shall I put that?

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-Wherever there's room.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-I was starting to think

-you weren't coming.

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-I had to hide. Meical and Michelle

-were going in and out of the van.

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-It's a dangerous place.

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-It's a dangerous place.

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-At least it's dark.

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-You're here now.

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-You look very smart.

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-Thanks. I had to lie.

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-I'm supposed to be meeting a client,

-so I had to make the effort.

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-And instead of that,

-you're having chips with me.

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-Perfect.

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-White wine, please.

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-I thought you'd bring that.

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-We don't want you

-to get oil on your coat.

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-This is really nice.

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-What's wrong? Don't you like it?

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-What's wrong? Don't you like it?

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-It's a bit salty.

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-The potatoes?

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-The potatoes?

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-Everything.

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-Strange. Mine is fine.

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-Strange. Mine is fine.

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-I'm not too keen on leeks either.

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-Leave them on the side.

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-The broccoli is overdone too.

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-Yes, a touch.

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-It tastes fine.

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-I'm going to complain.

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-I'm going to complain.

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-Don't make a fuss. It's fine.

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-Fine might be good enough for you,

-but it isn't for me.

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-Which one of you stinks of scent?

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-Which one of you stinks of scent?

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-Him.

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-Where are you going?

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-I'm dropping him off

-on my way to get Sophie.

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-Behave.

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-What about him?

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-What about him?

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-I know he won't.

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-I've been thinking

-about what we discussed earlier.

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-I'm happy to work in the shop.

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-I'm happy to work in the shop.

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-No, thanks.

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-Why not? It would help you.

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-I can manage.

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-Don't waste your life

-behind a shop counter.

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-If you're staying,

-find a proper job.

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-Working in the shop is a proper job.

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-Let's go, or we'll be late.

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-You can discuss this another time.

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-Make yourself at home.

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-Where are the mints?

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-I've ordered them.

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-The waiter will bring them over.

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-I hope

-he doesn't have to take the lift.

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-This feels right, somehow.

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-Yes, it does.

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-What are we going to do then?

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-Are we going to give it a go?

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-I feel I shouldn't,

-but I can't help myself.

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-Nor me.

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-Pudding?

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-Pudding?

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-No, thanks.

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-One menu?

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-One menu?

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-Great, thanks.

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-I thought you'd have pudding.

-You hardly touched your food.

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-I don't fancy it.

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-I don't fancy it.

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-You don't know what they've got.

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-The same as usual, probably.

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-The same as usual, probably.

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-Then have cheese.

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-I don't want pudding

-and I don't want cheese.

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-What's wrong?

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-You wanted to come out

-but you've been moody all night.

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-Don't you know why I'm moody?

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-Don't you know why I'm moody?

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-If I knew, I wouldn't ask.

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-If you don't know, don't bother.

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-Is this about Erin?

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-Can't we spend one night

-without you mentioning her name?

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-She's your demon.

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-You can spend tomorrow with her,

-and every night next week.

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-Are you jealous of her?

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-Are you jealous of her?

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-No.

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-Then what is it?

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-Then what is it?

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-I don't want to discuss this.

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-Nor me.

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-What's wrong?

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-This film.

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-It's so sad.

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-Did you have a nice night?

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-It was worth going.

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-It was worth going.

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-Good.

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-I'm glad you had a good night.

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-But I'm glad you're home.

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-I hate seeing you like this.

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-I hate being like this.

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-There's no need to be jealous.

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-I'm not jealous.

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-I don't know what's wrong with me.

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-I've become bitchy,

-spiteful and scared.

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-I don't know myself.

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-It's obvious you're not happy.

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-Are you?

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-No.

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-No, I don't think I am.

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-What are we going to do?

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-I don't know.

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-If we're not sure...

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-..maybe we should have a break.

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-Break?

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-We might as well finish.

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Mae David yn ymddwyn braidd yn amheus. Ar ol addo treulio'r noson gyda Dani mae hi'n cael siom pan mae o'n dweud bod ganddo gyfarfod busnes pwysig. Dani is disappointed by David's behaviour.