Pennod 41 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 41

Mae'r gyfrinach am David a Rhys yn pwyso'n drwm ar feddyliau criw'r Salon, ac mae amheuon Lowri'n codi. David and Rhys' secret weighs heavily on the minds of Jac and Lowri.


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-I know Rhys will be OK, but not Wil.

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-He might be stronger than you think.

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

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-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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-You'll make a hole in that mug

-if you're not careful.

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-Yes. It's probably cold too,

-like the last one.

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-Worried about this morning?

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-What if it's bad news?

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-What if it's bad news?

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-It's only a routine check-up.

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-Yes, I know, but...

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-Hey, hey, stop it.

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-Why are you like this today?

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-I don't know. I'm just fed up.

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-I'm sure you are...

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-..but the end is in sight,

-you'll see.

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-I hope so.

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-You've come so far.

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-That's what they'll tell you today.

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-You make me feel better

-all the time.

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-Do I?

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-Yes.

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-One for Wil and one for me.

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-July.

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-July.

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-The 11th.

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-The court case?

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-The court case?

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-Yes.

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-Can't wait.

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-It's a long way away.

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-There's no point

-worrying about it now.

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-Don't book any holidays in July.

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-Don't book any holidays in July.

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-Easier said than done, Dad.

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-Yes, but... The harm's been done.

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-There's nothing you can do now.

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-Just search for prison recipes

-and start getting used to them.

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-It's no worse than Dad's cooking.

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-It's no worse than Dad's cooking.

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-True enough.

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-Are you taking the car today?

-Wait for me.

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-Good luck.

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-I don't have an exam today.

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-Yes, luck. We'll need a lot of it.

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-I don't know

-how I've managed to be late today.

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-You can't blame the children.

-They're with Vince and Cathryn.

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-Can you give me a lift?

-Are you working in the salon?

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-Not until 9.30am. I'm in no hurry.

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-Terry?

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-Terry?

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-Come on, I'm going now.

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-To Sophie.

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-Lots of love, J. x

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-Love him.

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-Jason's head over heels.

-He's a brave man.

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-What's wrong with him?

-You're happy with Matthew.

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-And you're too old for him.

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-Excuse me. Who are you calling old?

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-You, for him.

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-You, for him.

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-He likes the older woman.

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-No, thanks.

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-It's not that long ago he was

-on the sofa canoodling with Hari.

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-Have a word with him, Sophie.

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-Have a word with him, Sophie.

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-I'll do no such thing.

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-You might be next, Glenda.

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-Don't be so stupid. Come on!

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-I've been ready for ages.

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-Have you thought more about it?

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-I can't think about anything else.

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-Are you going to tell Dani?

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-No. I can't destroy her life because

-of something you think you saw.

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-I know what I saw.

-I saw David and Rhys kissing.

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-It's impossible.

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-Dani and David were completely happy

-when I called over.

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-David's a good actor.

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-Here you go. Sophie here?

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-Not until 9.30am.

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-I wanted to know who's picking up

-the children tonight.

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-As I said, not until 9.30am.

-You must have her number.

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-Oh. Yeah.

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-Sorry.

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-Right, you have half an hour

-to do some last-minute revision...

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-..if you need it.

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-Who's not here?

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-Who's not here?

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-Wil. I don't know where he is.

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-Has anyone seen him?

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-Has anyone seen him?

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-Yes.

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-This is a very important

-AS Level exam.

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-Where is he then?

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-Where is he then?

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-I don't know, sir.

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-Even though we're early, the

-orthopaedic wants to see you first.

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-I thought we were seeing

-the doctor today.

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-That's what they said.

-The doctor will see you later.

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-Have you seen Wil Richards?

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-# It will come

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-# Things will get better, you'll see

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-# But it might take a while #

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-Any luck?

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-Any luck?

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-No.

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-I'll have to tell your father.

-This isn't like Wil.

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-# Things will get better, you'll see

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-# But it might take a while

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-# Wait until tomorrow #

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-Wil?

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-Here she is.

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-If you'd answered your phone

-I'd have found you sooner.

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-Why are you hiding?

-Matthew's worried about you.

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-You should call him Mr Parry.

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-You should call him Mr Parry.

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-He phoned Dad.

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-I know.

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-I know.

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-Worried about the exam?

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-No. What's the point?

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-No. What's the point?

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-What do you mean?

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-Why worry about an exam

-when you're on your way to prison?

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-I've done the books, Dani.

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-You won't have to do them again,

-Sophie. Or you two.

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-Why not?

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-I've come to share some good news.

-I can take the brace off.

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-That's a lot better than good.

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-I told her not to worry.

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-Yes, yes, David,

-you're always right.

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-I want a party to say goodbye to it

-and burn it like Guy Fawkes.

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-It'll be so nice to have you back,

-Dani.

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-Is there good news?

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-Yes. This is going.

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-Great.

-It's been very quiet without you.

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-Thank you.

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-Sophie? This is your week's notice.

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-Isn't that right, Philip?

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-Um, yes, yes.

-This is your week's notice.

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-I'm sorry, Sophie.

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-No problem. It's been hard work

-keeping this place going.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-I won't have to do this

-for much longer.

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-Oh?

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-Dani's brace is coming off

-and I've had my week's notice.

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-I don't know how she'll cope.

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-She's done it before.

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-She's done it before.

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-It's hard work with a good back.

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-She'll want me back in a day or two,

-you'll see...

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-..but I'll be too busy.

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-Sophie, I heard you have

-a toy boy chasing you.

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-Dad!

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-Dad!

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-Kylie told him.

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-Can you look after Helen

-when the dryer finishes?

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-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

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-To the garage.

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-Can you?

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-Can you?

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-Yes, but...

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-Lowri.

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-How's my handsome man today?

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-Fine, but starving.

-Ham sandwich please, Glenda.

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-No problem, Matthew.

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-No problem, Matthew.

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-She's feeling guilty.

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-Shut it, Kelvin.

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-About what?

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-I want an estimate.

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-Here you go, love.

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-300? You're having a laugh.

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-What's Barry done?

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-Not Barry. His little brother.

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-Not Barry. His little brother.

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-I think he has a crush on me.

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-Jason?

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-Jason?

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-Should I have word with him?

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-Or he might listen to you.

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-Or he might listen to you.

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-He never listened in school.

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-There's no need to worry about him.

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-No, no...

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-..but I don't want him

-getting his hopes up.

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-Do as you wish.

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-I'd better get back to work.

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-Thanks, Glenda.

-I'll see you later. Terry.

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-Well, well. I'm glad to see

-both of you together.

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-Oh?

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-It'll save lots of bad excuses.

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-It'll save lots of bad excuses.

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-Sorry, I don't understand.

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-What's this about you

-and your partner?

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-What? Is Dani OK?

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-Stop pretending.

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-Not Dani. Him.

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-Sophie. What size, what toppings?

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-No pizzas, thanks. Just a word.

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-A word?

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-Yes. About the flowers.

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-What flowers?

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-I'm in a relationship, with Matthew.

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-I'm very happy. You'd be better off

-looking for someone your own age.

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-And don't discuss your feelings

-towards me to other people.

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-Three questions.

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-What flowers?

-Discuss with who? What feelings?

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-Oh.

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-Someone must have played a joke

-on you. Or me.

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-I didn't buy you any flowers.

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-I certainly don't fancy you.

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-And I have no feelings for you.

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-I thought the whole thing

-sounded silly.

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-You're telling me.

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-You're telling me.

-

-OK. Well, that's that sorted.

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-Cheerio, Jason.

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-It doesn't matter

-who saw you snogging.

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-What I want to know is

-when are you going to tell Dani?

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-I can't believe

-you're deceiving her.

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-If you don't tell her, I will.

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-Say something.

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-Lowri, it's all my fault.

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-It's not been a good time for me

-with the speeding points.

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-David's helped me out a lot.

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-I needed a ear...

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-I needed a ear...

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-I'm all ears.

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-Whoever saw us has misunderstood.

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-Really?

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-When that person saw us...

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-..I was quite emotional and I went

-too far and tried to kiss David.

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-So you did kiss?

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-He pushed me away.

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-He's been enough of a gentleman

-not to mention it again.

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-That's what we were discussing.

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-Isn't that right, David?

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-Yes. That's what the person saw.

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-I'm sorry, Rhys, I really wanted

-to forget about it...

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-..before other people

-stuck their noses in.

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-Um... sorry.

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-That makes sense, I'm sure.

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-Yes, it does.

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-Really, David, sorry.

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-A bit late for that.

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-Isn't it?

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-What have I just heard from Glenda?

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-What have I just heard from Glenda?

-

-Does everyone know?

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-Are you out of your mind?

-Sophie's twice your age.

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-She's not twice my age.

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-She's not twice my age.

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-Jason!

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-She's going out with Matthew

-and he used to be your teacher.

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-Thanks, girls.

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-Mam, it was just a joke.

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-Mam, it was just a joke.

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-A joke? It's not very funny.

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-I know. I don't know who started it.

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-It's not true?

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-Of course not. I hate the snob.

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-I told her to her face earlier.

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-You didn't.

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-I did. She came here to tell me

-I had no chance with her.

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-The cheek of it.

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-You said that and called her a snob?

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-Not in so many words,

-but wow, she loves herself.

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-She knows it's not true?

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-She knows it's not true?

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-Yes.

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-You can tell that

-to anyone else who knows about it.

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-I will.

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-This place is worse than Holyhead

-for gossip.

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-Here she is. Welcome back.

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-Sorry, Helen.

-Do you want another cuppa?

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-I sorted that while you were out.

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-I wasn't long.

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-I wasn't long.

-

-You left for 15 minutes yourself.

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-Well? What happened?

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-You misunderstood the situation.

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-What? No. I know what...

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-You saw? No, you don't.

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-There's a simple explanation

-to what you saw.

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-I don't want to hear about it again.

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-I made a fool of myself

-in the garage.

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-Sorry.

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-I've been worried about you.

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-Sorry. I don't want any fuss.

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-If your sister

-hadn't told us you were OK...

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-..there'd be a helicopter

-searching for you.

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-There's no need to worry.

-Matthew said you can resit the exam.

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-I won't be able to do that

-in prison.

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-Wil, you're worrying

-far too much about it.

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-Your father's right.

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-You're young

-and this is your first offence.

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-I don't think the judge

-will treat you harshly.

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-You won't go to jail.

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-Don't worry too much about it...

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-..or you'll make yourself ill.

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-..or you'll make yourself ill.

-

-Easier said than done.

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-Do you think the judge will be fair?

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-Do you think the judge will be fair?

-

-Yes...

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-..but reducing Wil's punishment

-could increase Rhys' punishment.

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-How?

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-You could argue that Wil gave in

-to pressure from his big brother.

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-It could make things

-very difficult for Rhys.

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-Smile! You'll put customers

-off their food.

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-I hope you all want a pizza.

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-I've come to make them.

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-We're returning these.

-The house keys.

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-Sorry we took longer than we hoped.

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-No problem, as long as you're

-ready to do me a favour tomorrow.

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-What?

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-A trip or two, or three,

-to move furniture?

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-In the pick-up?

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-In the pick-up?

-

-What if it rains?

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-Have you got any tarpaulin?

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-We're meant to be in Llangefni.

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-Well,

-you were late finishing the job.

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-What if I'm late paying?

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-OK, but first thing.

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-Hey, his daughter

-might be too old for you...

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-..but my little sister's

-too young for you, OK?

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-Ha, ha!

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-Leave him alone.

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-First thing, Barry.

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-What was that all about?

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-What was that all about?

-

-Leave it.

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-The story's wound you up.

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-Don't start.

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-Are you behind all this?

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-Don't treat me like a maid and

-I won't buy flowers on your behalf.

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-Deal?

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-Deal?

-

-Deal.

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-David, we've just had a near-miss.

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-At least one of us

-can think on his feet.

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-I wanted to say thanks.

-You didn't have to.

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-What would you have done? Admit it?

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-What would you have done? Admit it?

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-I don't know.

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-Lowri didn't say who saw us

-but someone else knows about us.

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-Cool down.

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-If we carry on quietly, Dani

-will be out of her brace soon...

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-..and I'll tell her then.

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-A few more days

-and we can do as we wish.

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-Without secrets.

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-Promise?

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-Promise.

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-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.

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Mae'r gyfrinach am David a Rhys yn pwyso'n drwm ar feddyliau criw'r Salon, ac mae amheuon Lowri'n codi. David and Rhys' secret weighs heavily on the minds of Jac and Lowri.