Pennod 74 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 74

Mae'n brofiad poenus i Erin orfod ail-fyw digwyddiadau Noson Calan Gaeaf wrth iddi ddisgrifio'r hyn ddigwyddodd i John a Siân. Erin has to relive her painful Halloween experience.


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-I'm not enjoying myself at all.

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-I'm not enjoying myself at all.

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-Good!

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-Mam!

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-What have you done?

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-# I'm only here to have fun

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-# I'm only here to have fun

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-# I'm only here to have fun

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-# Some fun #

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-Try to describe

-exactly what happened.

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-I was running.

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-Yes. Tell us exactly where you were.

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-I was on the path near the library.

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-Alright.

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-As I was running,

-I heard a sound in the trees.

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-When I turned around,

-that's where he was.

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-He grabbed me.

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-Him. Are you sure?

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-I don't know.

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-Did he say anything?

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-No.

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-He didn't get a chance.

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-Did you see his face?

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-No.

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-He was wearing a mask.

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-He had black clothes too.

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-He had black clothes too.

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-What kind of mask?

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-A Halloween mask, of course.

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-It was horrible.

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-Was he a big man,

-a short man, a tall man?

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-He wasn't very tall.

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-I don't know.

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-What did you do after that?

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-I kicked him with my knee,

-then ran away.

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-You were lucky.

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-I can't bear to think

-what could have happened.

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-There we are.

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-Is that your room?

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-Yes, I've started packing.

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-We're about to have breakfast.

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-Alright, Dad?

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-Alright, Dad?

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-Alright. Are you behaving yourself?

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-When will you be home?

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-We land at Manchester at 3.15,

-I think. I should be back by five.

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-You're meeting us, don't forget.

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-You're meeting us, don't forget.

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-Yes, I'll be there.

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-Where's Lowri?

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-Where's Lowri?

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-Upstairs.

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-Could you go and get her?

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-Could you go and get her?

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-Mam! Kelvin!

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-Any good stories?

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-No, nothing much.

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-Everyone's been sensible?

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-Everyone's been sensible?

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-Not everyone...

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-What does he want?

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-Hello!

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-I'm looking forward to seeing you.

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-I'm looking forward to seeing you.

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-Are you?

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-Of course!

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-I've got you a gift.

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-I've got you a gift.

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-And me?

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-Yes, there's a gift for everyone.

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-A big one for Mam.

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-It's too late to suck up, Kelvin.

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-I've got to go to work.

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-Yes, OK. I'll see you later.

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-Bye.

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-What do you think he's bought me?

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-Whatever it is, you're not having it

-after last night's mischief.

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-It was Owain!

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-It was Owain!

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-Don't tell lies.

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-This is utterly, utterly stupid.

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-Who's going to clear this mess?

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-I hear the lads got into

-the Halloween spirit last night.

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-Sophie mentioned it, did she?

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-Sophie mentioned it, did she?

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-Yes.

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-The little rascals.

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-I guess Robbie was the instigator.

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-They're both as bad as each other.

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-Where did they get the fireworks?

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-I didn't find out.

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-They're not toys, are they?

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-No.

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-Where is he now?

-At the house? Grounded?

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-Yes,

-but that isn't the solution either.

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-It's a job to find

-something to do with him.

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-You could make more of an effort.

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-You could make more of an effort.

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-Me?

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-Yes, include the children

-sometimes...

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-..instead of dragging their mother

-away all the time.

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-You've got some responsibility too.

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-You've got some responsibility too.

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-Yes, I suppose so.

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-Wait a second, Vince.

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-What?

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-I might have an idea

-for something Owain can do.

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-I've told her not to run that way

-again, particularly in dark ness.

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-What's happened?

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-What's happened?

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-Someone attacked John's daughter.

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-Oh, no!

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-Is she alright?

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-Yes, thank goodness.

-She's had a fright.

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-I bet she has.

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-Nowhere is safe these days.

-Has she spoken to the cops?

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-She told Sian everything.

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-Hopefully,

-they'll catch whoever did.

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-There's not much chance of that,

-he was wearing a mask.

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-That's terrible. Scoundrels!

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-Wearing a mask and using Halloween

-as an excuse is cunning.

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-I wouldn't call it cunning.

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-I wouldn't call it cunning.

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-If I get my hands on him!

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-There's something wrong with us.

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-We're cleaning other people's houses

-with a mess in our home.

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-This is your fault.

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-Did I put a sledgehammer through a

-wall and filled the house with dust?

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-I wouldn't have had to

-if you'd paid someone to do it.

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-You're so childish.

-You have to get your own way.

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-I'm not cleaning up after you.

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-I'm not cleaning up after you.

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-I'm not cleaning it either.

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-Fine then, we'll live in the mess.

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-Who's childish now?

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-The earlier you realize that we're

-having a new kitchen, the better.

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-You'll have a long wait.

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-Was she hurt at all?

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-Was she hurt at all?

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-No.

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-She can't go out on her own again.

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-Certainly not after dark.

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-Unless someone goes with her.

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-Wil or I could go, I guess.

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-Have you moved to live back home?

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-Yes. I tried to stay

-at David's house.

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-I only lasted a few days.

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-It wasn't nice for you

-to be alone there, I guess.

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-No.

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-No.

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-It was a place to be with David.

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-Sorry, Dani.

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-You feel the loss too, I guess.

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-Time is a healer.

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-Is it?

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-Is it?

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-Yes, it is.

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-You'll see.

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-It was Halloween.

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-Yes, well.

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-There were a lot of young people out

-in masks up to mischief.

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-Mischief isn't what happened

-to Erin. It was an attack.

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-Other than give her a fright,

-nothing happened.

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-It could have been worse.

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-You and I both know

-that Erin can be dramatic.

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-Yes, maybe.

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-But fair play.

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-She misled people with Iolo.

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-This is different.

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-Without a description or evidence,

-there's not much we can do.

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-So there we are.

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-# You watch the street

-as if it's true

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-# You can't turn your back

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-# You can't keep track

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-# Of every beat, you play the game

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-# Your friends don't know

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-# The noose is pulled tight #

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-There you are, Cara.

-Dani will take care of you.

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-If you're going to the cafe,

-soup for me, please.

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-OK.

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-You'd better hurry up

-or he'll go without you!

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-I hadn't thought of going with him.

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-I hadn't thought of going with him.

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-Yes, but you want to go.

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-Thank you.

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-Bye.

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-Thank you.

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-Ken!

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-We're in trouble.

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-What?

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-Erin. She's told Vince.

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-Erin. She's told Vince.

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-What?

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-I saw them talking.

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-I saw them talking.

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-Where?

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-She was talking about us.

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-She was talking about us.

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-Where?

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-Outside her house. She's told him.

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-Thanks.

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-They didn't have any ham.

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-Is cheese alright?

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-I've got headache tablets

-in case they've got hangovers.

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-No doubt.

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-I don't get why you want

-to come with me to fetch them.

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-I want to hear the stories

-of what Kelvin's been doing.

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-I hope you haven't come

-to argue with him.

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-No.

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-If you're going to argue,

-best wait until you're home.

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-I'm not going to argue, Ken.

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-I'm not going to argue, Ken.

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-Are you sure?

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-As much of an idiot as he can be,

-believe it or not, I missed him.

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-Really?

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-Really?

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-Yes.

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-I'm lucky to have him.

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-I was speaking to Rhys earlier.

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-Losing someone you love is awful.

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-Life's too short to be angry.

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-# We're still going strong

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-# Time goes on #

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-Don't you want to speak to anyone?

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-Don't you want to speak to anyone?

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-Particularly Jason.

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-I'm going back to work.

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-Alright.

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-Will you be alright on your own?

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-Will you be alright on your own?

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-Yes, of course.

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-Try not to worry.

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-Try not to worry.

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-I'll be fine. I was a bit scared.

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-I bet it was scary.

-Anyone would have been afraid.

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-I regret mentioning it.

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-I regret mentioning it.

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-Why?

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-Dad won't let me go running.

-He's said so.

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-You can understand why.

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-But I like running.

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-But I like running.

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-Yes, I'm quite surprised.

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-I'm doing it in memory of David.

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-I'll run with you, if you want.

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-What?

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-If Dad's willing.

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-Are you sure?

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-Yes, I am.

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-I'm glad you want to raise

-money in his name.

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-Chips from the chippy for dinner.

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-Chips from the chippy for dinner.

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-Not again.

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-I can't cook in this mess.

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-I can't cook in this mess.

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-So clean it up! You made the mess.

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-COUGH

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-What on earth have you done

-to this place?

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-How do you know?

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-Dani and Britney

-came over to see me.

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-What on earth were you thinking?

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-We decided to have a new kitchen.

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-I've started and we're going to

-carry on with the work ourselves.

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-You can't do it.

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-You can't do it.

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-I tried to tell her that.

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-You don't have a clue, Michelle.

-This isn't how you go about it.

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-We've started

-so we'll have to finish.

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-I'm making improvements.

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-Don't talk nonsense.

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-Well, um...

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-..Meical is taking over, aren't you?

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-Are you?

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-Are you?

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-No, I'm not.

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-It's nothing to do with me.

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-Michelle started it,

-she can finish it too.

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-You have to do something.

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-You have to do something.

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-I've told you more than once.

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-Give it a rest!

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-You've got two choices.

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-Put everything back as it was.

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-We don't want that.

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-What's the other choice?

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-Let me organize a builder

-to do the work properly.

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-It's up to you.

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-How are you? Alright?

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-How are you? Alright?

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-Fine, thanks.

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-Have you had any lunch?

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-Have you had any lunch?

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-No, I don't want lunch.

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-What did Sian tell you earlier?

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-There's not much the police can do

-without evidence or a witness.

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-I'm a witness.

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-Yes, but you can't give

-a detailed description, can you?

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-Have they bothered searching

-for evidence?

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-I don't know.

-Are you sure it wasn't children?

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-Children up to mischief?

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-Children up to mischief?

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-Absolutely sure.

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-Why don't you believe her, Dad?

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-Why don't you believe her, Dad?

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-I do believe her, but...

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-I want to ensure

-I've got accurate information...

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-..particularly

-after business with Iolo.

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-Dad!

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-Dad!

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-No, look.

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-Sian doesn't believe me.

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-You'd rather believe her

-than your own daughter.

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-Listen, Erin.

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-Well done.

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-It's hard to take

-the girl seriously.

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-I can see no reason

-why she'd tell lies again.

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-Goodness knows.

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-Thank you.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

-

-Bye, now.

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-Did Vince find you?

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-No.

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-He's been here looking for you.

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-He's been here looking for you.

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-When?

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-Earlier.

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-Earlier.

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-What time?

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-Around lunchtime. About 2 o'clock.

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-Around lunchtime. About 2 o'clock.

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-What did he want?

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-I didn't ask.

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-He said he was bound

-to find you eventually.

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-Smile.

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-Hiya, how are you?

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-Hiya, how are you?

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-I'm alright.

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-I'm glad to hear it.

-I'm sorry to hear what happened.

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-Thanks.

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-There are some scoundrels around.

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-Yes, there are.

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-I've been trying to phone you.

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-I've been trying to phone you.

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-I know.

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-I'd have come over to see you

-but I'm stuck here.

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-Why wouldn't you answer?

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-Why wouldn't you answer?

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-I didn't want to talk to anyone.

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-Dad's annoyed me.

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-Why?

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-He doesn't believe me.

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-Eh? Why?

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-Eh? Why?

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-It's Sian.

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-You believe me, don't you?

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-I know you're telling the truth.

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-What do you mean?

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-It was me.

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-What?

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-It was meant to be a joke.

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-What?

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-You told me I stink.

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-It was a bit of Halloween mischief.

-I was going to own up straight away.

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-Why didn't you?

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-Why didn't you?

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-I didn't get a chance.

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-You kicked me. I couldn't breathe.

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-Idiot.

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-I know and I'm sorry.

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-I was worried.

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-I tried to phone you.

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-Why didn't you leave a message?

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-I wanted to talk to you properly.

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-I've reported it to the cops

-and everything.

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-I know.

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-You're thick, Jason.

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-Sorry!

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-If Meical paid,

-we could afford a builder.

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-He doesn't want to keep the money.

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-He doesn't want to keep the money.

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-No, he doesn't. He isn't sane.

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-Don't start.

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-Tell him, Mam.

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-Tell him, Mam.

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-I'm saying nothing.

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-Thanks.

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-The dust is worse now.

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-They're trying to clean up.

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-They're trying to clean up.

-

-Hi, Nain.

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-These two are both

-as daft as each other.

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-You're telling me. Is the hole

-going to be here forever?

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-Is it, Meical? Answer her.

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-I'm phoning Terry.

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-Meical should be arranging this.

0:16:540:16:57

-I've finished what I'm going to do.

0:16:570:16:59

-It's your mess.

0:16:590:17:01

-You don't know that she told him.

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-Why else would they be chatting?

0:17:130:17:15

-You know what she's like.

0:17:150:17:17

-He would have been in touch by now.

-He'd have come here or phoned.

0:17:190:17:24

-I've found you at last.

-Just the man I wanted to see.

0:17:240:17:28

-What have I done?

0:17:290:17:30

-Nothing, yet.

0:17:300:17:31

-Sorry?

0:17:320:17:33

-I spoke to Mathew earlier.

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-He thought climbing lessons

-might teach Owain some discipline.

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-What do you think?

0:17:400:17:41

-Yes, it's a good idea.

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-Could you give him a few lessons?

0:17:440:17:46

-Could you give him a few lessons?

-

-Yes, of course.

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-Great. He'll be over the moon.

-Hopefully.

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-Thanks, Iolo.

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-See you later, Cathryn.

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-See you later, Cathryn.

-

-Bye.

0:17:530:17:54

-See you later.

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-This has to end, Cathryn.

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-I can't.

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-I can't.

-

-Relax.

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-We're alright.

0:18:040:18:07

-Hello.

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-# Croeso, welcome

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-# Hola, bienvenue

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-# Bienvenue #

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-Where's Kelv?

0:18:270:18:28

-Don't tell me he's ill.

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-What's wrong?

0:18:330:18:34

-Is he alright?

0:18:340:18:35

-No.

0:18:360:18:37

-What's happened Ken?

0:18:380:18:39

-He's been arrested.

0:18:400:18:42

-He's been arrested.

-

-Arrested?

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-For what?

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-For trying to smuggle drugs

-into the country.

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Mae'n brofiad poenus i Erin orfod ail-fyw digwyddiadau Noson Calan Gaeaf wrth iddi ddisgrifio'r hyn ddigwyddodd i John a Siân. Erin has to relive her painful Halloween experience.