Pennod 7 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 7

Tra bod Sophie yn benderfynol o gael ei dwylo ar y busnesau lleol, mae Wil yn awyddus i ddod o hyd i'r gwir am Iolo ac Erin. Sophie is determined to get her hands on the busines...


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-Oops-a-daisy!

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-Owain, come on!

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-It's a bit cold here.

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-The heating goes off at eight.

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-There's no point having it on

-if the house is empty.

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-It'll be cold tonight too.

-Someone hasn't chopped wood.

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-Here we go! I'm going to work,

-to get some peace.

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-Any sign of Wyn on the site?

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-He's still in Spain, I suppose.

-That's why I get some peace.

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-David is no trouble.

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-I still haven't heard

-from his solicitor.

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-I thought

-I'd have to sign some documents.

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-I'll have to chase him,

-as if I didn't have enough to do.

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-If you're home before me,

-how about chopping wood?

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-I'm serious

-about buying the business.

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-It'll be much easier

-going from the flat to the shop.

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-We're all serious.

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-I can't get any sense from Philip.

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-It's as if his hands are tied.

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-It's only natural.

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-It must be tough, leaving a business

-you've built up for years.

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-I'd better go to fetch Kelvin. Bye.

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-I'd better go to fetch Kelvin. Bye.

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-Bye.

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-Good morning.

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-What do you think you're doing?

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-Stop it, now!

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-Understand?

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-Oi, what have I told you?

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-If I see you near her again,

-watch out!

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-Why does everyone believe her?

-She's lying!

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-Get lost, or I might accidentally

-knock you down again.

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-I'll do a better job this time!

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-Where is Terry?

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-His heart

-isn't in this job any more.

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-He's not getting any younger.

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-He's not getting any younger.

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-Me?

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-No, Terry.

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-And you.

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-What a sight!

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-Me again?

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-No, Arthur.

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-The auction night,

-before Christmas.

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-CHUCKLES

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-That's why he had to assemble

-drawers for Barry on Saturday.

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-It's lucky we weren't there.

-Who knows what I'd have to do?

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-Being a slave

-is like any other day for me.

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-Terry's here.

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-I'm off, before he hears you

-talking about slaves.

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-He's forgotten

-I have to be his slave.

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-Bye.

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-Make me a cuppa, dear.

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-Make me a cuppa, dear.

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-Make your own!

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-Will you be OK here

-while I do the surgery windows?

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-Yes. I'll see you later.

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-Ooh!

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-Mr Lloyd!

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-Your best shirt, and aftershave too.

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-I've arranged to meet Megan

-on the midday bus.

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-What's the matter with your car?

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-Nothing. I did offer.

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-If one can travel by bus for free...

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-..Megan sees no sense

-in not making the most of it.

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-It's one of the advantages

-of being, um, mature.

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-Very sensible.

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-I hope the weather holds,

-so we can go for a walk.

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-I'm sure she'll like

-seeing Cynan's grave.

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-Oh, yes.

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-Are you going to the cafe,

-so that people can see her?

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-She isn't a cow in a show.

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-I don't know!

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-I'd better go, or I'll be late.

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-That wouldn't do.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Hello.

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-I've hardly seen you

-since you've been back.

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-Haven't you?

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-Nice one.

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-I had to say something.

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-I had to say something.

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-I know that, but...

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-Is he still having a tough time?

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-He is alright, isn't he?

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-Alwena must be worried about him.

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-Actually, I know she is.

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-Have you spoken to her?

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-Hi, Sian.

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-Hi, Sian.

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-Dani. How are you?

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-Busy.

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-Sian.

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-Sian.

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-Sophie.

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-Ordering more rubbish?

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-Is that a good idea,

-with you leaving?

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-It's for the new salon.

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-Sophie!

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-That company from Cheadle is coming,

-once you've cleared your mess.

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-Do you know what? I can't wait.

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-When I'm gone,

-you can do as you like here...

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-..because you'll have no customers.

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-Silly cow.

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-Are you alright?

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-Never better.

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-Where are you going?

-I just got you that.

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-To ask Cathryn when I'm working.

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-You can't go now.

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-Here you are.

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-Here you are.

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-Thanks.

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-I'll go afterwards.

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-Here's a gentleman!

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-Isn't he?

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-Respect where respect is due.

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-This is Megan.

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-How are you?

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-Is he taking you for a day out?

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-He's extremely kind, fair play.

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-I'd like to show her

-the glories of Church Island.

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-Nice!

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-If the weather holds.

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-Enjoy yourselves.

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-At least the company will be fine.

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-At least the company will be fine.

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-I'll be back when you've decided.

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-Look.

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-Did they have to make me

-look so stupid?

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-Did they have to try hard?

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-Did they have to try hard?

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-Hey! Kelvin looks as silly as me.

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-Is that supposed to be a comfort?

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-Can I have a serviette, please?

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-That's a good photo!

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-At least I didn't pay to have

-a policewoman with me for two hours.

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-Here you are.

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-Thanks.

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-Megan?

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-Lowri! How are you?

-It's been a long time.

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-Fine! And you?

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-Fine, thanks.

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-Fine, thanks.

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-Do you know each other?

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-This is the nicest customer

-I've ever had, in my first salon.

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-Isn't it a small world?

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-I hope the cow is allergic

-to the stuff from Cheadle!

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-Ignore her.

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-It's hard, with her

-forever swanning in to see Mathew.

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-I don't know how he can...

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-I don't know how he can...

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-Um...

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-Hiya, Mathew.

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-I'm being sent

-to the cash and carry.

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-By Sophie?

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-By Sophie?

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-No, by Dad.

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-Do you need anything?

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-No, we're fine, thanks.

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-The correct answer.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya. No school?

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-We're on our way back.

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-When do you want me to work next?

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-When do you want me to work next?

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-Thank goodness.

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-I thought you couldn't work.

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-It's a bit difficult now,

-especially after Iolo's mishap.

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-Right. What are you doing

-after school today?

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-Nothing. Why?

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-There's a delivery

-at the end of the afternoon.

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-I'll be here, but it might be busy.

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-Yes, great.

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-Yes, great.

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-Thanks.

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-Let me show you a few things.

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-I'll see you later.

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-I'll see you later.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Let's go, Wil.

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-Let's go, Wil.

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-Right.

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-Thanks. Ta-ra.

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-It looks rather overcast, Megan.

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-It's odd

-how often the weather changes...

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-..after Meical cleans the windows.

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-Church Island

-will be there next time.

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-Of course.

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-It's always pleasant,

-whatever the weather.

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-"Beneath those rugged elms

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-"That yew tree's shade

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-"Where heaves the turf

-in many a mould'ring heap"

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-You have a good memory.

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-Isn't it strange?

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-I forget to put the bin out.

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-But Gray's Elegy

-Written In A Country Churchyard...

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-..is still there!

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-Before you sit down,

-milk, no sugar.

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-Please?

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-Please?

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-Please.

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-No, but while you're making one,

-make one for me too.

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-# It's taken a tight hold of you #

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-FIRE ALARM

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-# And now you're turning

-into a maniac #

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-It's a fire drill.

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-# Your rosy cheeks

-have turned white #

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-You know what to do and where to go.

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-19 December

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-You're late having lunch.

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-You're late having lunch.

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-Yes.

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-I had to listen to Meryl Lewis talk

-about taking her cat to the vet.

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-What was wrong with it?

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-What was wrong with it?

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-I don't know. A stye or something.

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-Look who's here!

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-How are you all?

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-Fine, in this cold weather.

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-You do realize that I was working!

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-And arguing, from what I hear.

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-What?

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-What?

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-Yes. Poor Philip.

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-That's not my fault.

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-Whatever he thinks of you,

-I'm glad you're back at last.

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-Maybe we can move on with things.

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-Maybe we can move on with things.

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-Move on with what?

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-The lease for the businesses.

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-That won't be proceeding now!

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-What?

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-Philip isn't going to Spain.

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-Why should he, now that

-he and Alwena have separated?

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-Separated?!

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-When was I going to be told?

-I've made arrangements!

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-We didn't sign anything.

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-We didn't sign anything.

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-You shook hands!

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-Oh!

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-Oh!

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-What's going on?

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-Your father must have told you!

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-Your father must have told you!

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-Told me what?

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-Philip has been lying since Mathew

-picked him up at the airport.

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-Mathew hasn't been honest either.

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-I was coming to see you.

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-Don't phones work in Spain now?

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-Don't phones work in Spain now?

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-I thought...

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-That he and his son

-would tell the truth.

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-Maybe Philip needed time to think.

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-Maybe Philip needed time to think.

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-It's a bit late for that.

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-Maybe you should get hold of Mathew.

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-Don't worry, I'll get hold of him.

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-Hello?

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-Having a half day?

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-I've finished everything I could.

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-Didn't you have any paperwork?

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-Didn't you have any paperwork?

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-Dad!

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-Sorry.

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-Are you alright?

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-I was,

-before you started finding fault.

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-Oh!

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-OK?

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-OK?

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-OK.

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-How did it go at the academy?

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-Alright.

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-Alright.

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-As well as that?

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-It was alright.

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-It was alright.

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-Is Erin doing her homework?

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-No, she's working in Copa.

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-No, she's working in Copa.

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-You're joking!

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-You asked.

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-I told her not to go near Iolo!

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-Don't be angry with me.

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-Whoa!

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-What is it now?

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-# Solve the pattern

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-# The answer will be clear

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-# Solve the pattern

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-# The answer will be clear #

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-Here you are.

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-It's not too strong, I hope.

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-It's not too strong, I hope.

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-Is that how you say thanks?

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-I got you this too.

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-Oh.

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-Don't tell Glenda.

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-Mm!

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

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-Nothing.

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-I know it's not quite payday.

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-Here we go.

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-No.

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-Any chance of a sub?

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-You can take it out of my pay.

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-You can take it out of my pay.

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-Can I?

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-Why?

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-It's nothing exciting.

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-Mam said I have to pay half

-the cost of the window Robbie broke.

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-That's what this is!

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-No problem.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

-

-Pop over after work.

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-I've got cash at home.

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-Thanks.

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-Here you are.

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-Thanks.

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-Where is she?

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-Where is she?

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-Sorry?

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-Come on. We're going home.

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-I'm not.

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-Sorry, but I'm taking her with me.

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-Don't take any notice of him.

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-Don't take any notice of him.

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-Oh.

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-Right.

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-Cathryn, either you sack Iolo...

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-..or Erin finishes here today.

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-It's up to you.

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-Hiya, troops.

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-Hiya, troops.

-

-Hello.

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-Has Philip appeared?

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-Has Philip appeared?

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-No, poor thing.

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-We've been going over to the shop

-all afternoon, as best we could.

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-Did you get any sense from Mathew?

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-Did you get any sense from Mathew?

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-He isn't answering his phone.

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-Dani said

-he'd gone to the cash and carry.

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-Maybe there's no signal.

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-Or he knows why I'm phoning.

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-Isn't Philip here?

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-Isn't Philip here?

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-No.

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-Oh.

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-I know it's late, but is there

-anything left for my supper?

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-There's some lobscouse.

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-Really?

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-I don't feel like cooking,

-after the day I've had.

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-I bet you had a better day than us.

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-Wyn has put a stop to selling

-the lease, thanks to Philip.

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-Apparently, Alwena has left him.

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-It might be easier,

-now that everyone knows.

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-Did you know?

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-Yes.

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-How?

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-Mathew wanted to talk about it

-last week.

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-The poor bloke

-didn't know where to turn.

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-Didn't he now?

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-Thanks.

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-What's she doing here?

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-Hiya. Are you OK?

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-Doctor's paper.

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-I should be OK in a fortnight,

-if you want to change the rotas.

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-It's funny you should mention that.

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-Considering the situation...

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-Situation? Nothing happened.

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-The bitch is lying!

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-The bitch is lying!

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-Iolo!

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-Don't think I'm taking sides, but...

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-Wow! You believe her, don't you?

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-The best way of managing this

-is to put you on different shifts.

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-You can stuff your pathetic job.

-I didn't want it in the first place.

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-Iolo!

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-Where's Taid Terry?

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-Terry, we're home!

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-Hello!

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-Supper in 20 minutes.

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-Fine.

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-Fine.

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-Let's go in.

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-How much longer do I have?

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-Wasn't the slave thing two hours?

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-You've got an hour and a half left.

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-Will you lock up after me?

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-Will you lock up after me?

-

-Of course.

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-I'll see you tomorrow.

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-I'll see you tomorrow.

-

-Bye.

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-Good luck.

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-Good luck.

-

-With what?

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-How could you?

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-How could you?

-

-Eh?

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-You've been lying to me...

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-..about why your father is back

-for over a fortnight...

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-..even though it'll change my life.

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-Even worse, you told Sian before me!

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-Even worse, you told Sian before me!

-

-Um...

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-Yes, um!

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-What next? Where have you been?

0:17:230:17:26

-Fetching these.

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-For four hours?

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-Sophie, I'm very sorry.

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-The only reason I didn't tell you

-was because Dad asked me not to.

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-But he didn't mind you telling Sian?

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-Have you been there

-for a cuppa on your way home?

0:17:420:17:47

-Maybe you don't remember,

-but I'm in a difficult situation.

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-I had a meeting

-with the union representative.

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-That's why my phone was off

-and why I'm later than expected.

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-And that's OK, is it?

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-No! Everything is a total mess.

0:18:030:18:05

-Not that it'll worry someone

-who only worries about herself.

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-Fine, if that's how you feel.

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-Fine, if that's how you feel.

-

-Sophie.

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-I hope you get

-what you deserve from that panel.

0:18:140:18:17

-I'll tell you this.

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-You don't deserve

-having me worry about you.

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-Sophie!

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-Hiya.

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-Sit down.

0:18:270:18:28

-What now?

0:18:300:18:31

-It's not too late to tell the truth.

0:18:340:18:36

-It's not too late to tell the truth.

-

-What?

0:18:360:18:37

-Tell the panel the truth,

-then we can go back to how we were.

0:18:370:18:41

-I've no idea what you mean.

-I've told the truth.

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-This might help.

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-I've shown you this before.

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-It's eight o'clock,

-on the night of the auction.

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-Iolo was working in Copa all night.

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-He wasn't anywhere near his bed.

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-Maybe...

0:19:000:19:01

-Maybe...

-

-Erin, no maybes.

0:19:010:19:02

-Tell the truth

-and no-one will get hurt.

0:19:020:19:05

-I thought we were on the same side!

0:19:050:19:08

-I thought we were on the same side!

-

-We are.

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-I don't want you

-making a fool of yourself.

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-It's up to you.

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-If you want to betray your sister,

-no, your twin, do it.

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Tra bod Sophie yn benderfynol o gael ei dwylo ar y busnesau lleol, mae Wil yn awyddus i ddod o hyd i'r gwir am Iolo ac Erin. Sophie is determined to get her hands on the businesses.


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