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A fydd Meical a Michelle yn llwyddo i berswadio Mr Lloyd ei fod ar fin gwneud camgymeriad mwyaf ei oes? Will Meical and Michelle persuade Mr Lloyd he is about to make a big mist...


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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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-Odd that we're all ill.

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-No, Kelv. It's food poisoning.

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-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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-# Good morning,

-good morning, good morning

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-# Good morning,

-good morning, good morning

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-# Good morning,

-good morning, good morning

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-# Good morning,

-good morning, good morning #

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-It's not fair.

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-Stop moaning.

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-I don't want to go home.

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-I don't want to spend

-another minute in this skip.

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-Everyone's ill

-and I've been up all night.

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-I feel better.

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-Let's see how he is later.

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-This isn't open to debate.

-We're going home and that's that.

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-Where do you want these?

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-Where do you want these?

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-On the table, please, Glenda.

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-There we go. The sandwiches are

-done, the pastries are in the oven.

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-Looks good.

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-What are you doing with those?

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-What are you doing with those?

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-Uh... helping.

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-The sandwiches stay in the fridge

-until the guests arrive.

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-Give them here.

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-Dad told me to help.

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-The way she's fussing,

-you'd think it was a Royal wedding.

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-Hey, better spirits today

-than yesterday?

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-Yesterday made me realise

-what a wonderful job I have.

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-I could be sewing mail bags

-in an English prison today.

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-Working on a crankshaft is better.

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-Working on a crankshaft is better.

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-Glad to hear it. Busy tonight?

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-I might see David.

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-I'm organising a celebration supper.

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-I'm organising a celebration supper.

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-We celebrated last night.

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-We'll celebrate again tonight.

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-We'll celebrate again tonight.

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-Yes, OK.

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-Wil fancies a pizza.

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-I fancy a Chinese.

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-I'll choose the menu.

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-Bring David with you.

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-Bring David with you.

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-OK.

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-Have you finished with that?

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-Have you finished with that?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-Move.

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-Move, Meical.

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-You're still not talking?

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-You're still not talking?

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-No.

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-Glad to see you're in agreement.

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-Glad to see you're in agreement.

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-Why are you taking it out on me?

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-I saw Megan in that car but you've

-more-or-less accused me of lying.

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-You don't believe me

-so what's the point?

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-Yes.

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-I do.

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-Why won't you help me?

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-You might have gone about it

-the wrong way.

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-Yes. Lying to Sian

-that someone had scratched the van.

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-OK, genius,

-what should I have done?

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-Tried to speak to Mr Lloyd.

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-Explained to him what you'd seen

-and left him to make up his mind.

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-Come with me. We can do that now.

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-You're more of a friend to him.

-He might listen to you.

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-It's too late now.

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-It's too late now.

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-No, Meical, not yet.

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-Can I have that, Mia?

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-Stop being moody.

-You're worse than the children.

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-Everyone else wants to stay.

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-Everyone else wants to stay.

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-It's not my idea of a holiday.

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-I've paid for this until Sunday.

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-It'll take you

-until Sunday to clean it.

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-Mam!

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-OK?

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-OK?

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-I think so.

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-Robbie!

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-Here's George Clooney.

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-Here's George Clooney.

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-More like George Bush.

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-Just remember I'm paying your wages.

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-Ha, ha.

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-Will you be alright here?

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-Will you be alright here?

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-Of course.

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-Is Glenda ready?

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-Is Glenda ready?

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-She's just putting her coat on.

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-And checking the buffet food again.

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-Where should we start, Iris?

-On the Prosecco or the cakes.

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-Don't you dare.

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-Glenda.

-You've gone to so much trouble.

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-I like doing things properly.

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-Come on then. Mr Lloyd has already

-phoned twice this morning.

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-We don't want to be late.

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-Dewi, can you take this

-through to Cathryn?

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-Make sure you hold it flat.

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-Careful.

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-Ta-ra. Give my best to Mr Lloyd.

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-David. Come in.

-Rhys is still in the shower.

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-No, don't worry. Call over later.

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-I can keep the food warm.

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-OK, don't work too hard. Ta-ra.

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-Sian's not coming?

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-Sian's not coming?

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-She might call later.

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-I'm a little early.

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-No, it's fine.

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-I brought red and white -

-I wasn't sure which one you drank.

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-Oh, well, we'll start with white.

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-You can finish laying the table

-and I'll grab some glasses.

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-I hope you've remembered the rings.

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-Don't you worry. I've checked

-three times this morning.

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-We're ready then.

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-The next time I walk

-into this house...

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-..I'll be married

-to the finest lady in the world.

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-Are you getting married

-today or tomorrow?

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-What on earth...?

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-Thank you very much.

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-Mr Lloyd, you look smart.

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-Thank you very much, but I have

-someone else to thank for that.

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-Megan chose the shirt

-and Glenda chose the accessories.

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-Are you OK, girls?

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-Are you OK, girls?

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-Just about.

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-We're going back to school.

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-Choir practice for the Eisteddfod.

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-Choir practice for the Eisteddfod.

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-Well done. Good luck.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

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-Good luck to you, Mr Lloyd.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Congratulations.

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-Seeing as we've delivered

-your papers for years.

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-Wonderful. Yes indeed.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Dyfan, Harri and Tomos

-sent me a card this morning.

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-Cheerio, girls.

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-Thank you.

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-Aren't you ready, Mr Lloyd?

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-Are we late?

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-Are we late?

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-No, I'm early.

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-Mr Lloyd.

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-Someone's even later than you.

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-I hope you're not here

-to cause a scene.

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-I want a word with you this time.

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-Meical?

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-Meical?

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-Look, how long have we been friends?

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-Nothing would be better

-than seeing you happy, Mr Lloyd.

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-Please don't marry her.

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-I don't want to hear more of this.

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-Listen to us, please.

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-I won't let you spoil

-our special day.

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-What have you done?

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-What have you done?

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-Lost a game of cricket.

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-Do you think this is funny?

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-Do you think this is funny?

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-No. Sorry, Arthur.

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-It was Robbie's fault.

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-He removed the bricks. Say sorry.

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-Sorry.

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-If the handbrake worked...

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-If the handbrake worked...

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-You're lucky no-one was injured.

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-Hey, don't start blaming me.

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-I warned you

-that you had to use bricks.

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-I went through everything in detail.

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-I hope you understand that your

-insurance company will pay for this.

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-K-Kabs' insurance. Lowri's insured

-herself on that policy.

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-What? How were you so stupid?

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-Can you all shut up? Look,

-I've been throwing up all night.

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-I have a headache. I had to take Mia

-all the way home to Mam's house.

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-I've just had the worst

-holiday ever.

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-I'm going to have a bath

-and I'm going to bed.

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-Come on, boy.

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-You haven't heard the end of this.

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-Do you know what's happened?

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-Do you know what's happened?

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-No idea.

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-Meical must have had

-good reason to come over.

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-Did they discover something about

-Megan? They do clean the house.

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-Do we know when the bride will turn

-up? We have another wedding soon.

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-Two minutes. I'll enquire.

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-Mr Lloyd, do you think

-you should phone Megan...

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-..to find out how long she'll be?

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-She's almost half an hour late.

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-Here you go.

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-What's for supper?

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-What's for supper?

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-Dad's masterplan.

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-Wil wants a pizza,

-that's our starter.

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-The main course is Rhys' Chinese.

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-Genius, Dad.

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-Genius, Dad.

-

-An interesting combination.

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-I need to be creative to keep

-everyone happy in this family.

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-If I'd known that, I'd have asked

-for Tarte au Citron for pudding.

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-KNOCK ON THE DOOR

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-Right on cue. Pizzas, I hope.

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-OK, mate?

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-OK, mate?

-

-Perfect timing. Keep the change.

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-Thanks. I'm not just here

-to deliver the pizzas.

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-What?

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-Erin invited me over

-for the family celebration.

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-Hiya.

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-Come in.

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-I brought cans. Are you a lager man?

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-I don't understand.

-Number not recognised.

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-Ken?

-Can you take us to Megan's hotel?

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-She's not arrived?

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-I'm worried something's happened.

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-In you get.

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-Let us know what's happening.

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-Let us know what's happening.

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-OK.

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-What should we do now?

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-There won't be a wedding,

-they've lost their slot.

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-Let's head back to Copa.

-It'd be a pity to waste the food.

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-She might have had an accident

-and all you can think of is food.

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-Are you and him an item?

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-An item?

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-You know what I mean.

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-He has a name, it's Jason.

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-He has a name, it's Jason.

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-Oops, sorry.

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-There's a cloth under the sink.

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-Wil, can you help him?

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-You don't like him, do you?

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-Where is it?

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-Where is it?

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-In the box behind the bleach.

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-I didn't say that.

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-What then?

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-This is a family celebration.

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-Rhys invited David,

-you invited Sian.

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-That's different.

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-That's different.

-

-Are the starters ready?

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-Yes, take a seat, everyone.

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-OK then.

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-The pepperoni pizza's the best.

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-What do you think?

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-What do you think?

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-Oh, Cathryn.

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-What's wrong?

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-What's wrong?

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-Where are Mr and Mrs Lloyd?

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-I have a card for them.

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-I have a card for them.

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-You'd best hold on to it.

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-Why?

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-Why?

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-Mrs Lloyd is still Miss Saunders.

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-She didn't turn up.

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-What?

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-What?

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-No way.

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-We don't know what's happened.

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-Philip and Mr Lloyd

-have gone to look for her.

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-Poor man.

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-Here we go. What do you two want?

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-Look, we're not stopping.

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-We feel bad for what happened.

-We just wanted to apologise.

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-He's been through enough

-without you making things worse.

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-What happened?

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-I don't understand what's happened.

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-They said in the hotel

-that she left as we'd arranged.

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-All I can think of is that

-she felt ill and came back here.

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-Thanks, Ken.

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-I knew something had happened.

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-Isn't Megan with you?

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-Isn't Megan with you?

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-Do you know where she is?

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-Come in.

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-Megan...

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-What's happened?

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

-

-What for?

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-For putting up

-with my bonkers family.

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-More than that, thanks for

-being there for me yesterday.

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-Not just yesterday, I hope.

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-You didn't expect these dramatics...

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-..when you ruined your life

-to be with me.

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-What's life without some drama?

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-Anyway,

-I think you owe me an apology.

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-Oh?

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-I said I was right to book Bali.

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-After everything we've been through,

-we deserve some luck.

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-You're right.

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-To Bali. And the future.

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-To the future.

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-What are you doing with the wine?

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-If Jason calls me mate once more,

-I'll castrate him.

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-Come and rescue me, please.

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-Is anything missing?

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-Is anything missing?

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-Everything of value.

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-Lena's jewellery box has gone.

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-Her wedding ring, everything.

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-Oh, no.

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-Someone must have broken in.

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-Maybe Megan called at the house...

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-..and disturbed the burglars.

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-They might have

-seriously injured her.

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-Mr Lloyd, don't you think

-that Megan's the one that...

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-Don't talk nonsense, man.

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-I've been looking into

-Megan's background.

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-Following the complaint we received.

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-Following the complaint we received.

-

-An unfounded complaint.

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-Mr Lloyd...

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-..there's no such person as Megan.

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-Well, not now.

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-Megan Saunders was a child.

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-She died in 1944.

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-It seems likely

-that whoever Megan was...

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-..stole this girl's

-personal details...

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-..and created false documents.

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-That's impossible.

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-I'll see you again, Mr Lloyd.

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-Poor soul.

-I don't know what to say to him.

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-Just don't leave him

-on his own tonight.

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-I've phoned Glenda.

-She's on her way over.

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-I'll go and change out of this suit

-and come back later.

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-OK.

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-OK.

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-Cheerio.

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-Glenda's on her way over.

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-I'll make us a cuppa.

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A fydd Meical a Michelle yn llwyddo i berswadio Mr Lloyd ei fod ar fin gwneud camgymeriad mwyaf ei oes? Will Meical and Michelle persuade Mr Lloyd he is about to make a big mistake?