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Yn dilyn datganiad meddw Jac, mae Lowri yn benderfynol bod rhaid i Dani gael gwybod am dwyll David. Following Jac's drunken confession, Lowri is determined Dani learns the truth...


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-David's car was parked up

-and someone was with him.

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-Kissing.

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-Kissing.

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-Dani?

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-No, Lowri.

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-It was Rhys.

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-Don't lie.

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-PHONE RINGS

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-Ow!

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-Alright, alright, I'm coming.

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-We need to talk.

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-Hello, Hywel.

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-Yes, that's right. It's Edwin Lloyd.

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-I wanted to catch you

-straight from chapel.

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-Yes, unfortunately.

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-I'm so sorry, but I'll have to

-turn down your invitation...

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-..to play in the cymanfa.

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-Sure you don't want one?

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-Sure you don't want one?

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-Yes.

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-I can't stomach anything

-after what you said.

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-I haven't slept a wink.

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-Sorry.

-I hadn't planned to say anything.

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-But...

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-..I'd had a drink or two.

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-Are you sure

-you saw David with Rhys?

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-Yes.

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-But...

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-But...

-

-Absolutely sure.

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-What are we going to do?

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-What are we going to do?

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-Nothing.

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-We have to tell her.

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-Do you think she'll thank us?

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-Do you think she'll thank us?

-

-Of course not...

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-..but we can't keep it a secret.

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-Look, if we tell Dani...

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-..it's my word against David's.

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-She adores him.

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-Do you think she'll believe me

-over him?

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-I don't know.

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-I don't know.

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-Of course she won't.

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-Then, she'll fall out with us.

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-Sorry, Jac, I can't keep it quiet.

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-Lowri...

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-Have you eaten?

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-Have you eaten?

-

-I had a sandwich...

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-..once I'd fought my way

-past the dirty dishes.

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-Jason hasn't washed up again.

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-He's young.

-I didn't do it when I was his age.

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-Iris might put up with it

-but I don't.

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-I'll have a word.

-Why are you here anyway?

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-I'm off to paint Tom's room

-in the new house.

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-I'd forgotten.

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-I'd forgotten.

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-You said you'd help.

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-I'm meeting Karl.

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-Barry!

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-Barry!

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-It's not the end of the world.

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-You can look after Tom.

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-You can look after Tom.

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-I don't know how long...

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-Tom won't be any trouble.

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-Won't you, mate?

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-OK.

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-OK.

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-Not really, no.

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-What's wrong with her?

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-What's wrong with her?

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-You and your dirty dishes.

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-Sorry.

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-Don't worry. She'll get over it.

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-Here you go.

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-What am I meant to do with him?

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-What am I meant to do with him?

-

-Look after him.

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-Bottles in the fridge.

-Nappies in the bedroom.

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-I'm off to the cinema.

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-I'm off to the cinema.

-

-No, you're not. Ta-ra.

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-Barry!

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-I'll make you a bottle...

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-..but if you want to change

-your nappy, do it yourself.

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-OK?

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-Hiya.

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-What are you doing here? I thought

-you were shopping in Bangor.

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-I'm back now.

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-I'm back now.

-

-Why are you here?

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-I wanted to see Dani.

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-She's not in.

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-She's not in.

-

-I can see that.

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-Come for a walk with us. Nain Kay

-sent us out because we're too noisy.

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-Isn't that right?

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-I really need to see Dani.

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-I really need to see Dani.

-

-Are you going to sit there waiting?

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-Come on.

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-Go away.

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-Are you getting up today or what?

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-You can't hide here forever.

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

-

-Is there no peace in this world?

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-What are you doing

-with a key to this house?

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-Mam gave it to me. Where is she?

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-Food shopping,

-like any other Sunday.

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-Barry wants her to look after Tom.

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-Why didn't he ask her?

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-Why didn't he ask her?

-

-I don't know. Did he text her?

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-She's not here.

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-Can't you keep him quiet?

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-Your mother's bought him some toys.

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-Stay right there, I'll get them!

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-I'd cry too

-if I had to stay here with him.

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-Sorry, mate. I'll give you an

-extra fiver in your Christmas card.

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-I don't know how much it'll help.

-They're better than nothing.

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-Jason?

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-Well, the little rascal.

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-Don't you start!

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-I'm not disturbing you, I hope.

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-No, I'm just watching a film.

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-Really?

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-Really?

-

-A rare chance to put my feet up.

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-Some rest after a hard week's work.

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-Of course. I won't keep you.

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-I'm going to Bournemouth

-with Megan tomorrow.

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-Oh, a holiday?

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-No. I'm afraid.

-Her sister-in-law had a nasty fall.

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-I want to cancel the papers.

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-Ring me when you're back.

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-I will.

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-She fell and broke her hip.

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-Painful.

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-You'll be wanting to pack.

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-I can spare half an hour

-to keep you company.

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-Oh.

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-Sorry to disappoint you.

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-I didn't think you were here.

-Your car's not here.

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-We've just been for Sunday lunch.

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-I had a couple of pints

-so I left the car.

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-I won't disturb you then.

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-Who's there?

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-Lowri.

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-Lowri.

-

-Come up.

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-Thanks.

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-Hiya. Everything OK?

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-I just called to see how you were.

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-Great, thanks.

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-Go and sit down.

-I'll make us a cuppa.

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-Sit down.

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-You'll feel better

-if you eat something.

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-I'm fine.

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-Of course you are. Do you remember

-anything about what happened?

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-Not really.

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-Wil had been drinking.

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-He was sensible enough

-to ask me to help you.

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-I didn't need help.

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-I didn't need help.

-

-Of course not.

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-I think you should sit down.

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-I think you should sit down.

-

-Why?

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-Just sit down.

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-We need to talk.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-You've probably told Dad.

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-No. It's up to you

-if you want him to know.

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-I won't say a thing.

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-Why not? That's your style.

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-Getting innocent people

-into trouble.

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-Apart from the fact that Rhys and

-Wil are far from being innocent...

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-..I had nothing to do

-with their arrest.

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-Says you.

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-I didn't even know what they'd done

-until Gwyn turned up here.

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-Is there anything else wrong?

-Why did you get so drunk last night?

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-What's it to you?

-You're not my mother.

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-No, thank goodness,

-but I can be your friend.

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-I have enough friends, thanks.

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-Yet I was there to help you

-last night.

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-Will Rhys and Wil go to prison?

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-Will Rhys and Wil go to prison?

-

-I can't answer that.

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-Is that bothering you?

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-Is that bothering you?

-

-I know Rhys will be OK...

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-..but not Wil.

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-He might be stronger than you think.

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-He might be stronger than you think.

-

-He's not. Wil's so innocent.

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-What about the garage

-and Rhys' work?

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-What if he loses all his customers?

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-And then there's Dad. I know he's

-worried but he tries to hide it.

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-Look, no-one can say

-what will happen.

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-We'll just deal with it

-when we get there.

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-Yes. You're right.

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-Just remember, all your family

-are going through the same thing.

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-Talk to them next time instead

-of going out and getting drunk.

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-There's a spa on the beach.

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-There are black sand beaches in Bali

-but ours is white sand.

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-Wow, it looks amazing.

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-It should be for that price.

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-And we have to have injections

-before going.

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-He's scared of needles!

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-How was your night out last night,

-David?

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-Work. Not the greatest fun

-you can have on a Saturday night.

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-Were you around here?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

-

-See anyone we know?

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-Yes, Erin.

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-Rhys' sister.

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-Rhys' sister.

-

-She'd had a couple when we saw her.

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-That was early on.

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-That was early on.

-

-She's nuts.

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-Lucky Dad dragged you home.

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-Was Wyn with you?

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-Was Wyn with you?

-

-Yes.

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-He's seeing more of him than I am.

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-Are you sure you won't have a cuppa?

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-Yes, thanks,

-I've just had one with Philip.

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-I didn't want to refuse

-since he was on his own.

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-Wasn't Matthew there?

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-Wasn't Matthew there?

-

-No, he was out with Sophie.

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-He must feel very lonely these days

-without Alwena.

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-Yes, you're right.

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-So will you keep an eye

-on the house for me?

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-No problems. I'll pop in to move

-the mail when I'm cleaning windows.

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-You won't need to clean them -

-I won't be there to make a mess.

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-Thank you, Meical, you're very kind.

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-You're the kind one, Mr Lloyd.

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-Going all that way to look after

-someone you don't know.

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-Megan will do most of that work.

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-Take care

-and get in touch when you're back.

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-Thank you. Goodbye.

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-I'm going for a run

-after eating so much.

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-Do you want me

-to do anything before I go?

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-No, thanks. Don't do too much.

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-Cheerio, Lowri.

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-I'd better be off too. The kids have

-probably driven Kay up the wall.

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-What did you really want?

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-What did you really want?

-

-Nothing. Just calling.

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-You looked as if you wanted a chat.

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-It's nothing. I just wanted time

-away from the kids.

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-Pity. I thought

-you had some gossip for me.

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-Is Sophie OK in the salon?

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-She thinks she runs the place.

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-The sooner I get rid of this brace

-the better.

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-Is Jac OK?

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-Yes, he's fine.

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-He was acting strangely yesterday.

-Anything bothering him?

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-No. Just Sophie.

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-She has that effect on us all.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

-

-Thanks for calling.

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-Cheerio.

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-Better?

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-Better?

-

-Yes.

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-Sorry for going to get Sian

-but I had no choice.

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-I'd had a few drinks.

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-Hello!

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-Well,

-the house is still in one piece.

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-Everyone OK?

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-Everyone OK?

-

-Hiya. Did you have a good night?

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-Too much to eat

-and too much talking...

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-..but I won't have to

-do that again for a while.

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-How was your night?

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-How was your night?

-

-OK.

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-I'm going to have a bath.

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-Oh, that good?

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-Hey.

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-How did it go?

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-I never want to see

-Canterbury Grey again.

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-By the way,

-the baby's in Mam's house.

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-Where's Barry?

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-Where's Barry?

-

-Gone somewhere.

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-He asked me to babysit

-but I'm busy.

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-Barry was meant to babysit.

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-What time tomorrow morning, Megan?

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-I thought we could leave early

-and stop for lunch on the way.

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-Are you OK, Megan?

-You sound out of breath.

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-That's why I'm phoning.

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-I'm already in Bournemouth.

-I've just put Elsie in her chair.

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-I don't understand.

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-I knew if I'd said something,

-you'd have wanted to come.

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-Elsie's not well...

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-..and I didn't think having

-a stranger in the house would help.

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-Oh. Oh, I see.

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-There was no point both of us

-suffering her bad temper.

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-More than anything, Edwin...

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-..I couldn't have lived

-with the guilt...

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-..if you'd missed the cymanfa

-on my behalf.

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-Don't worry about the cymanfa.

-You're my priority now.

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-You're my priority too.

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-That's why I don't want you

-to refuse this honour.

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-I'm so sorry I won't be there

-to support you next week...

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-..but, of course,

-I can't wait to hear all about it.

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-Yes, yes, of course.

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-I'd better go, Edwin.

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-Elsie's calling for me.

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-She wants a cup of tea.

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-I'll be in touch soon. Goodbye.

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-Megan?

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-I don't understand.

-Where are Barry and Iris?

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-That's what I'd like to know.

-And where's Jason?

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-He sneaked out when I was out

-of the room and left the baby here.

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-I don't understand.

-Barry was meant to look after him.

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-He's been here all day

-making a nuisance of himself.

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-Right, I'll take the nuisance home.

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-And leave me in peace

-to watch the box.

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-Cheerio, Tomi boy.

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-Goodness me.

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-Why do I always order too much?

-We didn't need those spare ribs.

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-I thought you were going to lick

-the pattern off the plate.

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-I've made you a cuppa.

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-Oh. Thanks, love.

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-What happened to your hand?

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-I cut myself on the bread knife

-last night.

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-Big night?

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

-

-Yes, it's nothing.

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-Uh, yeah, coffee.

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-I'll come with you.

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-There you go.

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-There you go.

-

-I'll never understand that girl.

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-What do you mean?

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-What do you mean?

-

-Her mood swings.

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-She couldn't stand you yesterday.

-She's making you tea today.

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-Did she speak to you?

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-No. She's young.

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-She'll have fallen out

-with me again by next week.

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-You're right.

-Let's enjoy the peace while we can.

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-I needed to know. What did you say?

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-Nothing.

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-Lowri. I've been worried all day.

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-Sorry.

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-I was half expecting Dani or David

-to turn up on my doorstep.

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-Why didn't you say?

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-I was going to say

-but David was there...

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-You didn't want to break her heart.

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-You didn't want to break her heart.

-

-They're so happy together.

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-I can't believe

-you saw what you saw.

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-I'm not lying.

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-I'm not saying you are.

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-Could there be another explanation?

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-Could there be another explanation?

-

-Such as?

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-I don't know. Why would

-he be with Dani if he's gay?

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-He would have finished with her.

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-He would have finished with her.

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-I know what I saw.

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-What are we going to do?

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-What are we going to do?

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-I don't know, Jac.

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-I don't know what to do.

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Yn dilyn datganiad meddw Jac, mae Lowri yn benderfynol bod rhaid i Dani gael gwybod am dwyll David. Following Jac's drunken confession, Lowri is determined Dani learns the truth about David.