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Pennod 57

A fydd Michelle yn llwyddo i ddarganfod y dystiolaeth angenrheidiol i brofi pethau i Mr Lloyd? As the wedding approaches can Michelle find the evidence she needs to prove Megan ...


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-I'm worried about Mr Lloyd.

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-Seriously worried.

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-I can't do anything without

-a name, address and date of birth.

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-See you tonight.

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-Fancy some breakfast?

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-Fancy some breakfast?

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-I've had toast and I'm late.

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-I'll grab something in the cafe.

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-We'd better go too.

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-We'd better go too.

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-I'm not coming with you.

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-Michelle.

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-Michelle.

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-Two potential customers want quotes.

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-Or you can't face Megan.

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-Or you can't face Megan.

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-No.

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-We've lost Mr Lloyd,

-we need new customers.

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-First I've heard of them.

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-First I've heard of them.

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-Do you want a lift to Copa?

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-Yes, fine.

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-I thought you could do with a cuppa.

-I wasn't sure if you'd be awake.

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-I didn't sleep much.

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-I didn't sleep much.

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-Nor me.

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-I fancied a lie-in,

-the last I'll have for a while.

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-Hey, you'll be fine.

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-Thanks.

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-I don't know if we'll manage

-to do everything we need to do.

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-We'll be fine after we've bought

-a new shirt and picked up the rings.

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-And phone K Kabs

-to confirm the taxi booking.

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-That's one job ticked off -

-I phoned Kay this morning.

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-Everything's under control then.

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-What about supper?

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-We'll have something in the hotel,

-since I'm staying there.

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-Great idea. We can celebrate

-our last night as singles.

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-Precisely.

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

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-Hiya.

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-How's everyone?

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-How's everyone?

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-OK.

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-Sorry, silly question.

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-Are you coming with us?

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-I'm working. I'm just here

-to wish you good luck.

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-We'll need it.

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-How's Rhys?

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-How's Rhys?

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-Not great.

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-Hiya, lad.

-Sian's here to wish you well.

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-Thanks. Where's the iron?

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-In my room.

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-In my room.

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-Are you coming?

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-Of course.

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-Of course.

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-There's not much point ironing this.

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-There's no dress code in jail.

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-Nothing's certain

-until the final judgement.

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-Don't worry too much about it.

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-I might as well face it...

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-..I'm guilty,

-I got caught and I confessed.

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-I may as well go straight to prison.

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-I wouldn't have to

-iron my shirt then.

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-# Come with me

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-# Over the bridge

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-# Come with me over the bridge

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-# Where I can see the light

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-# In your eyes

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-# And forget about everything

-if you come with me #

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-Robbie, turn the noise down on that.

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-It's not the same without sound.

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-It's not the same without sound.

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-You have two choices.

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-A silent game or no game at all.

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-I've emptied the toilet box

-and filled the water bottles.

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-You're dripping everywhere.

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-It's chucking it down.

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-It's not funny.

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-We're on holiday.

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-We're on holiday.

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-All I've done is cook and clean.

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-I'm cold and everything is damp.

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-The rain should stop this afternoon.

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-Where are you going?

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-For a shower.

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-Kelvin, I'm bored.

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-Michelle. What are you doing here?

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-That was quick.

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-That was quick.

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-I forgot my shampoo.

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-What are you doing?

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-What are you doing?

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-We're off to town.

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-We're having a barbecue.

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-We're having a barbecue.

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-In this weather?

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-Can't we just go out?

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-It'll stop raining this afternoon

-and you won't have to lift a finger.

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-We'll do everything.

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-We'll do everything.

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-Yeah, OK. Good idea.

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-See you later.

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-Meical thought the feather duster

-was at home. It wasn't.

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-I remembered I'd used it here

-so I called over.

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-Oh, I see now.

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-Did you find it?

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-No! It must be somewhere

-in the back of the van.

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-How did you get in, Michelle?

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-Hm?

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-Hm?

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-To the house.

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-You returned the key last week.

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-Yes, yes.

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-I knocked and I tried the handle

-as I always do...

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-..and the door was unlocked.

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-No way.

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-I was about to phone you.

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-Well indeed.

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-Aren't we lucky that it was you

-who tried the door and no-one else?

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-Very lucky.

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-Yes, yes. I won't keep you.

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-I hope you find it.

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-What?

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-What?

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-The feather duster.

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-Yes, thank you. See you.

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-Cheerio, Michelle.

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-A rap on your knuckles

-for being naughty boys...

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-..and we'll be home for supper.

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-Where are these two?

-Wil, Erin, come on.

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-Coming.

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-KNOCK ON THE DOOR

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-What now?

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-Hi.

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-Hi.

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-David. We're on our way out.

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-That's why I'm here.

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-That's why I'm here.

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-Are you coming with us?

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-Of course.

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-Of course.

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-Thanks for coming.

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-I couldn't stay away.

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-I've never been in a court before.

-It'll be exciting.

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-That's the first time

-he's smiled today.

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-Hallelujah. Where's your sister?

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-No idea.

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-Erin?

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-Erin?

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-No need to shout.

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-Right.

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-Come on then, strength in unity.

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-Good luck.

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-Thanks.

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-Michelle, everything OK?

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-I found Megan's address

-and date of birth.

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-You can do some more digging now.

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-How did you get these?

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-How did you get these?

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-Does it matter?

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-I can't research someone's

-background without good reason.

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-Please, Sian.

-I know something's wrong.

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-The fact that Megan is driving a car

-with a false number plate is enough.

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-Says you. There's no evidence.

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-I witnessed it with my own eyes.

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-I promise that if you find

-no wrongdoing whatsoever...

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-..I'll forget all about it.

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-I'd feel terrible if Mr Lloyd

-was being tricked...

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-..and I hadn't done

-a thing about it.

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-You'd feel the same too.

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-Just check if she has a record,

-that's all I ask.

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-Erin, put that away.

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-I was switching the sound off

-in case it rang in court.

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-Good idea, everyone, do the same.

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-I've never been in a court before,

-let alone stood as a defendant.

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-It should count in your favour.

-None of you have a record.

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-We'll be in and out.

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-Let's go.

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-There's a piece of ham

-or I could open a tin of tuna.

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-Wasn't that funny this morning,

-with Michelle?

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-Yes, and rather strange.

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-I could have sworn I'd locked the

-door. Do you remember me doing it?

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-Yes, I think.

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-I must have made a mistake.

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-Don't worry about it, Edwin.

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-No, no.

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-But... Michelle was acting

-a little strangely.

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-Do you think something's wrong?

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-Do you think something's wrong?

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-Forget about it.

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-Yes, you're right.

-There's nothing to worry about.

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-Precisely. Now then, ham or tuna?

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-Well, there's half a tin

-of vegetable soup left.

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-Watch you don't get sunburn.

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-At least it's stopped raining.

-Did you have fun?

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-We bought sausages,

-burgers and drumsticks.

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-No vegetables?

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-Coleslaw!

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-What else is in the bag?

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-What else is in the bag?

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-Rolls...

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-..and something stronger

-than that cuppa.

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-Is that the one you like?

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-Is that the one you like?

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-Yes. Thanks.

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-Is it too early to open it?

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-Is it too early to open it?

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-No. We're on our holidays.

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-Thanks for taking the kids away.

-I've had a lovely morning.

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-You can have a lovely lunch too.

-I'll do everything.

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-You remember Sian, don't you?

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-You remember Sian, don't you?

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-Of course.

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-I hope there's nothing wrong.

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-Sorry to disturb you.

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-There's nothing wrong,

-well, nothing serious.

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-Oh, well,

-if we can be of any assistance.

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-I feel silly asking you.

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-Ask what?

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-We received a complaint that

-a white car had hit another vehicle.

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-According to the vehicle's owner,

-you were driving, Megan.

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-Lovely, even though I say so myself.

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-You didn't have to finish

-Robbie and Mia's food too.

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-Waste not want not.

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-I'll wash the dishes.

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-No leave it. Thanks for today, Kelv.

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-I finally feel like I'm on holiday.

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-I finally feel like I'm on holiday.

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-I told you you'd enjoy yourself.

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-Mam, I feel ill.

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-You've eaten too much. Is Mia OK?

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-Yes.

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-This wine doesn't taste right.

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-Tastes fine to me.

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-Take one of these cans if you like.

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-It's OK. I'll wash the dishes

-seeing as you did everything else.

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-Mam...

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-Mam...

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-What?

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-Robbie!

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-I told you I felt ill.

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-Go outside.

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-Oh, no, Arthur will kill me.

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-Megan's never driven.

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-I understand that. I'm sure

-it's all a misunderstanding.

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-Who made the complaint?

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-I can't reveal that.

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-So it's OK for this anonymous person

-to point a finger...

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-..and cause us such distress.

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-It must be someone I know

-if they identified me.

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-I'm sure we can sort it all out.

-Do you have any form of ID?

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-A passport or a driving licence.

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-Megan doesn't drive.

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-I haven't been abroad

-for almost 15 years.

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-You have your birth certificate

-in your bag...

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-..ready for the wedding tomorrow.

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-Will that do?

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-Will that do?

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-Yes. Perfect.

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-Thank you.

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-Sorry again for disturbing you.

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-Don't worry too much about it.

-Someone must have made a mistake.

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-That's quite obvious, I'd say.

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-Congratulations for tomorrow.

-I hope you have a wonderful day.

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-Thank you.

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-Hiya.

-You're not down to work tonight.

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-No. The court case was today.

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-Of course. How did it go?

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-They've both been locked up.

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-They've both been locked up.

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-What?

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-Three months each.

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-Three months each.

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-I don't believe it.

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-I'm sorry, John.

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-What for?

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-Erin!

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-She told me they'd been locked up.

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-What's wrong with you?

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-What's wrong with you?

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-Joke, Dad!

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-It's no joke.

-I've aged a decade today.

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-Good news, boys.

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-Better than expected.

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-Rhys got a six-month driving ban

-and 120 hours of community service.

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-And a 1,000 fine.

-Wil only got a 500 fine.

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-Only?

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-Guess who has to pay

-1,500 for their freedom.

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-No Christmas presents this year

-and only one round.

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-What'll you have?

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-I'll get these.

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-Champagne? We are celebrating.

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-Lovely.

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-Lovely.

-

-Orange juice for you. And you, Wil.

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-I'm so sorry

-for dragging you through all this.

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-It's over now.

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-Yes, but I wouldn't blame you

-if you never forgave me.

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-You're my brother, aren't you?

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-Are you sure you have everything?

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-I think so.

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-Tonight will be a long night

-without you.

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-Yes.

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-I hope you're not worried

-about that nonsense with Sian.

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-I can't believe that someone I know

-spouted such lies to the police.

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-Who on earth would do such a thing?

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-I have a good idea.

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-Who?

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-Who?

-

-No, I don't want to upset you.

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-Come on, Megan. By this time

-tomorrow, we'll be married.

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-We should be able

-to share everything.

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-You said yourself that Michelle

-was acting strangely earlier on.

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-Michelle! No.

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-Impossible.

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-I didn't want to say anything...

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-..but she's been rather short

-with me in the past.

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-That's why I didn't want them

-to continue cleaning.

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-Oh, OK.

-Why would Michelle do such a thing?

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-She might be angry

-because they lost a customer.

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-I feel terrible.

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-I feel terrible.

-

-Me too.

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-Me too.

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-Me too.

-

-Odd that it's hit us all.

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-No, Kelv, we have food poisoning.

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-Really?

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-Really?

-

-What else could it be?

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-The barbecue food

-must've been undercooked.

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-It tasted fine.

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-It tasted fine.

-

-The chicken wasn't cooked through.

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-Stop talking about food.

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-Mam.

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-I'm never going on holiday again.

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-We have a visitor.

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-Everything OK?

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-No, I'm afraid.

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-Nothing to do with the wedding,

-I hope.

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-Yes, to be honest.

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-I've just dropped Megan off

-in the hotel.

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-She's very upset.

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-Are her suspicions correct?

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-Am I meant to guess

-or are you going to tell me?

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-Have you reported Megan

-to the police?

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-What are you talking about?

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-What are you talking about?

-

-Someone contacted the police...

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-..claiming that Megan

-collided with their vehicle...

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-..whilst driving a white car.

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-That was you, wasn't it?

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-Chelle!

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-I'm worried about you, Mr Lloyd.

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-You hardly know the woman.

-What do you really know about her?

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-I know that she's a very dear lady

-and she looks after me.

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-I know that she, like me,

-has suffered bereavement.

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-I also know

-that I want to marry her, Michelle.

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-Open your eyes.

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-My eyes were opened wide

-this afternoon.

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-I'm very disappointed in you.

-I thought we were friends.

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-We are, Mr Lloyd.

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-I don't treat my friends like this.

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-I think it would be better

-if you didn't attend the wedding.

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-Mr Lloyd.

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-I'm sorry, Meical.

-That's how Megan and I feel.

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-Happy now?

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A fydd Michelle yn llwyddo i ddarganfod y dystiolaeth angenrheidiol i brofi pethau i Mr Lloyd? As the wedding approaches can Michelle find the evidence she needs to prove Megan is a fake?