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Pennod 75

Pan fo Rhys yn darganfod pwy yn union wnaeth ddychryn Erin pan oedd hi allan yn rhedeg, mae'n rhaid iddo wneud penderfyniad anodd. Rhys has a difficult decision to make.


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-Arrested?

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-For what?

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-For trying to smuggle drugs

-into the country.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Come on, Robbie.

-You haven't touched it.

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-Here you are, Mia. Down it goes.

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-Try to eat, Robbie.

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-Try to eat, Robbie.

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-I don't want it.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Hello.

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-Yes, K-Kabs.

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-I see.

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-At eleven? No, no sorry.

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-I can't do anything

-until after lunch.

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-Yes, I know...

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-Yes, go to them.

-They're a good company.

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-Yes, sorry for that.

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-Bye.

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-Smile, Robbie.

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-You're going climbing today.

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-Is Kelvin going to prison, Taid?

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-I don't know, son.

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-You're up early this morning.

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-You're up early this morning.

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-Some of us have to work.

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-Don't tire yourself out too much.

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-Don't tire yourself out too much.

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-Is this how it is?

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-What?

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-I'm in a rush, Vince, I've got

-hundreds of things to do in Copa!

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-I've already finished half of them.

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-I bet.

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-I bet.

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-Bye.

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-Are you on the way

-to the climbing centre?

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-Yes, I'm running late.

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-Yes, I'm running late.

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-Maybe I'll see you later.

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-I'm bringing Owain and Robbie over

-to the centre for a taster session.

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-Owain's very excited.

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-Owain's very excited.

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-I'm sure they'll enjoy it.

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-Are you running the session?

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-Are you running the session?

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-I guess so. Maybe.

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-I hope so. I'll see you later.

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-Yes, bye.

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-Yes, bye.

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-Bye.

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-Are you coming in with me today?

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-Are you coming in with me today?

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-No breakfast?

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-If he got up at a reasonable hour,

-he could eat what he'd want.

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-You've only just got up.

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-You've only just got up.

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-I'm ready. Are we running tonight?

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-Are you sure you want to come?

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-Are you sure you want to come?

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-I don't want to run.

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-I'd rather someone was with you.

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-I'd rather someone was with you.

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-Great, thanks.

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-Do you have shorts and a kit?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-You do?

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-I will by the time I come home.

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-This will be worth seeing.

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-Go with them. You haven't done

-anything for months.

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-I don't plan on it, either.

-I've got a bone in my leg!

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-Alright, sonny.

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-What will you do all day, Erin?

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-I don't know. Stay at home.

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-You'll be fine in the middle

-of the day.

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-I know. I might go to Copa.

-I don't know.

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-Don't let it ruin your holidays.

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-Whoever did it is long gone.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Who was that?

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-Who was that?

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-Jason.

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-Have you argued?

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-Have you argued?

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-No.

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-What a pity.

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-Good afternoon.

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-Sorry, the bus was stuck in traffic

-for ages.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes, just...

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-I think I've pulled a back muscle.

-I didn't sleep well last night.

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-It's probably not much but it's best

-not to do anything heavy.

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-You've got a session this morning.

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-You've got a session this morning.

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-Can't Arfon do it?

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-Sorry, no.

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-Listen, do you have two minutes?

-There's something I want to discuss.

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-Alright.

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-How are we doing for time?

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-Um, we're alright.

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-I want to see him

-and make sure he's alright.

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-He will be, I'm sure.

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-At least he has a solicitor.

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-The idiot didn't ask for one

-when he was arrested.

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-Guilty people need solicitors.

-Kelvin didn't do anything.

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-So he says.

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-There's something wrong

-or he wouldn't be in court.

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-Kay.

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-Kelvin's a lot of things,

-master criminal isn't one of them.

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-He was ten

-before he could tie his laces.

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-If he's been wrongly accused,

-he'll plead not guilty.

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-The solicitor will say

-what happened.

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-Kelvin will come home

-with us today.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Certain.

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-Right, get your harnesses

-and helmets on.

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-Tighten them up if they're slack.

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-Alright, Iolo?

-Sorry that we're late.

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-You're not.

-We're still sorting out the gear.

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-Go and join the others.

-They'll show you what to do.

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-I'll have a cuppa, I think.

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-Are you alright?

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-Why?

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-Nothing.

-You seem a bit quieter than usual.

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-I've had some bad news

-from the boss.

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-They're cutting my hours.

-It's a bit quiet here.

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-It's better for us all to work less

-than for someone to lose their job.

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-What will you do?

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-I don't know.

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-Do you want me to talk to Cathryn?

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-Do you want me to talk to Cathryn?

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-For what?

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-To see if she can offer you

-more shifts?

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-I'm sure she'd help you if she can.

-She speaks highly of you.

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-It's fine.

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-It's fine.

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-Iolo.

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-I'll get out of your way.

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-I don't need to cause trouble.

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-Behave yourselves, lads.

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-Whoa.

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-Phone the cops, we've got a thief!

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-Phone the cops, we've got a thief!

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-I've seen you on Crimewatch!

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-If you've see me on anything,

-it'll be Casualty.

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-I'll be flat out in a corner,

-suffering from fatigue and overwork.

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-I've been measuring. Dani said I

-could get the keys from your mother.

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-Where's Kelv?

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-A good question.

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-According to Ken,

-he's still in Spain.

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-Don't ask. I know one thing,

-he's not at work.

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-It's alright for some.

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-It is until he gets back! Bye.

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-Bye, Terry.

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-Ready to rappel.

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-Well done, lads. Slowly does it.

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-You can leave them up there

-if you like.

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-They're less trouble.

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-They're less trouble.

-

-Well done, lads.

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-Well done.

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-Right, unhook yourselves.

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-Put them away tidily.

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-Put them away tidily.

-

-They look to be alright.

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-Yes, they're fine.

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-How was it, lads?

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-Brilliant, when can we come next?

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-We'll see.

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-Ready, girls?

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-Listen, I was thinking earlier,

-has Cathryn been alright at work?

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-Sorry?

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-You seemed worried earlier

-about asking her for more shifts.

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-She was weird with you before.

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-She's probably seeing more of you

-than me! Something's up.

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-She's not herself at home.

-She seems far away.

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-I haven't noticed.

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-I think she's working too hard.

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-If you could help out more

-it could do her a world of good.

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-It would be good for both of us.

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-It's up to you.

-I don't want to interfere.

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-Right, shall we get a burger

-on the way home, lads?

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-Thanks, Iolo.

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-Thanks, girls.

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-Thanks, girls.

-

-Thanks.

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-They'll be two minutes.

-We've been quite busy.

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-I've given you some free pineapple.

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-Great, thanks.

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-I don't know if I should have pizza.

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-Why?

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-Why?

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-I'm running with Erin tonight.

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-Didn't she mention it?

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-She hasn't spoken to me

-since I owned up.

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-Owned up to what?

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-The night before with the mask!

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-Oh, she hadn't told you.

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-Clearly not.

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-You're going to tell me.

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-Aren't you?

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-The court will rise.

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-OK?

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-He could have worn a shirt.

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-All I'm saying is

-this has to end somehow.

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-It's up to you.

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-What do you want?

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-I'm only trying to help.

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-I know about your help.

-Take this in.

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-No, my back hurts too much.

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-I've come to see the rota.

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-I've come to see the rota.

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-No problem, Erin.

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-No problem at all.

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-Bring a box in, will you?

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-Bring a box in, will you?

-

-Alright.

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-Kelvin Walsh,

-you've been charged...

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-..with the illegal importation

-of a Class B Drug.

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-How do you plead?

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-How do you plead?

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-Guilty.

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-Could you speak up, please,

-Mr Walsh?

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-Guilty.

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-Let the record show the defendant

-has entered a guilty plea.

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-He will be remanded in custody until

-formal arrangements can be made...

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-..to set a date for your appearance

-at the Crown Court for sentencing.

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-Take him down.

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-Take him down.

-

-Guilty? He's confessed.

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-No, Kelv!

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-What has he done, Kay?

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-He hasn't done anything, Kay.

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-Someone must have forced him.

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-Will he go to prison?

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-Will he go to prison?

-

-I don't know, Lowri.

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-There's must be a reason.

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-Excuse me. Could I have a word,

-I'm Kelvin's mother.

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-How can I help, Mrs Walsh?

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-Is Cathryn here?

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-In the office.

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-Alright?

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-Hello.

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-Are you in a better mood?

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-Yes. I wanted to apologize.

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-It's alright.

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-Could it not have waited

-until tonight?

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-No.

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-Why not?

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-There's no easy way of saying this.

-I think it's gone too far.

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-In what way?

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-In what way?

-

-This.

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-Too many people know.

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-It's only a matter of time.

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-Nobody who matters

-is going to find out, Iolo.

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-We're always going to deny it.

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-Aren't we?

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-Aren't we?

-

-Yes.

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-People are going to get hurt.

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-I was with Vince earlier.

-I can't do this any more.

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-I think we should stop

-while everything is alright.

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-I see.

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-I want to stop

-while it's still fun.

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-If that's how you feel,

-I can't do anything about it.

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-Sorry.

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-Bye, Iolo.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

-

-Hiya.

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-Alright?

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-Has Terry been here?

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-Has Terry been here?

-

-You know that he has been.

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-You arranged for him

-to get a key from Mam.

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-Did he leave anything?

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-Did he leave anything?

-

-There are two prices.

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-That's what I asked for.

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-One to put things

-back the way they were.

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-You can throw that one away.

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-Another one for doing a proper job

-and turning it into one room...

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-..and to get it ready

-for a new kitchen.

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-Shall I throw that away too?

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-Shall I throw that away too?

-

-Ask Meical.

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-I've told you.

-It's nothing to do with me.

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-It's not my money.

-It's David's money.

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-I'm not spending it.

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-So we'll live in this mess

-forever, shall we? Great.

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-Right. You might be enjoying this

-but I can't live in this dump.

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-I'll pay to fix it, alright?

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-Is everyone happy?

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-Alright?

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-What are you doing?

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-I hear you two have got some news.

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-What?

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-It's not lovey-dovey any more.

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-It's not lovey-dovey any more.

-

-How do you know?

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-You'd be surprised what I know.

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-You'd be surprised what I know.

-

-It's nothing to do with you.

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-But if you have to know, Cathryn

-and I have decided to end it.

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-Alright?

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-Has Lady Muck got fed up of you?

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-Has Lady Muck got fed up of you?

-

-It's over.

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-Like your underhanded blackmail.

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-Like your underhanded blackmail.

-

-I'm surprised you lasted so long.

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-It's not like either of you

-is a catch.

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-They're here.

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-Right.

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-Where's Kelvin?

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-Where's Kelvin?

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-He isn't, um...

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-He's...

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-Lowri?

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-Leave her be, Kylie.

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-Leave her be, Kylie.

-

-Where is he?

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-What happened?

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-What happened?

-

-He pleaded guilty.

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-They've kept him in.

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-They've kept him in.

-

-Guilty?

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-He hasn't done anything.

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-He hasn't done anything.

-

-I had a word with his solicitor.

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-He was caught with drugs.

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-He was caught with drugs.

-

-Oh, no.

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-A bloke running a bar asked him

-to take a gift home to his wife.

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-Did Kelvin know?

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-Did Kelvin know?

-

-Of course not.

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-Idiot.

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-How much did he have?

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-Not much, but he was caught

-smuggling drugs.

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-Unless he pleaded guilty, he could

-get a five or six-year sentence.

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-What?

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-How much for confessing?

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-I don't know.

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-It depends if he tells the police

-everything he knows.

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-It helps that he's never done

-anything like this before.

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-It could be two years.

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-Where's he now?

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-Where's he now?

-

-Is he on remand?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

-

-What?

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-They keep him until the trial.

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-That's when he'll find out

-how long he'll be in prison.

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-It's next month.

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-Just before Christmas.

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-Robbie.

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-Robbie.

-

-Leave him alone, Ken.

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-I thought you'd be back late.

-You don't want to run.

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-Not at all. I was wondering about

-what Jason told me at lunchtime.

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-What did he say?

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-What did he say?

-

-Nothing much.

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-Only that he was the bloke

-in the mask who scared you...

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-..and that you've known

-since the day after...

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-..but didn't tell us.

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-Hi. I've bought chips for us.

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-Don't you like spending!

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-I'm going for a shower.

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-I'm going for a shower.

-

-It's your own fault if they're cold.

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-Do you want a cuppa with these?

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-Do you want a cuppa with these?

-

-No thanks, love.

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-Listen.

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-I'm sorry if your mother

-is taking this out on you.

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-It's my fault.

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-Meical, I've heard enough

-from the pair of you.

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-I'm paying for it. That's it.

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-You know why I feel this way,

-don't you?

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-I know you and David were friends

-for much longer than you'd argued.

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-What do you mean?

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-Look, Meical. I know you reacted

-that way because he hurt me.

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-It felt right for you at the time.

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-Is it still right now?

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-Is it still right now?

-

-What?

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-Is it right to quarrel with Mam

-about something nobody can change?

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-The argument was with your brother.

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-The argument was with your brother.

-

-Half brother.

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-Brother, Meical.

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-Someone you thought the world of.

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-It's not like you to bear grudges.

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-If David was still here...

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-..I bet you'd have found a way

-to sort this out.

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-I don't know.

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-People get let down all the time.

0:16:510:16:54

-I should know.

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-You can't forgive David.

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-That's OK...

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-..but it's high time

-that you forgave yourself.

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-Yes, you're right.

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-I know.

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-I'll pay for the work.

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-I'll pay for the work.

-

-That's not the point, Meical.

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-No, I know.

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-If I got the money,

-I should do what I want with it.

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-Yes, it is.

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-Come here.

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-Please, Rhys.

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-I had a fright.

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-When Jason told me, I thought

-telling you would ruin everything.

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-Rhys!

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-Rhys!

-

-What?

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-You haven't been the same with me

-since the accident.

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-When you said you were coming

-running, I was so happy.

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-It was like getting you back.

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-I want you to be honest with me.

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-I want you to be honest with me.

-

-Alright.

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-Does this tracksuit

-look stupid or what?

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-# The only thing holding me back

-is fear

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-# The fear turns into a drug

-in your head

0:18:170:18:22

-# The fear turns into a drug

-in your head

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-# The fear turns into a drug

-in your head #

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-You haven't been waiting long,

-I hope.

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-Thinking of you kept me warm.

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-Thinking of you kept me warm.

-

-Oh, please.

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-Congratulations on your performance.

-You broke my heart.

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-Erin looked delighted.

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-I told you it would work.

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-Come here.

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Pan fo Rhys yn darganfod pwy yn union wnaeth ddychryn Erin pan oedd hi allan yn rhedeg, mae'n rhaid iddo wneud penderfyniad anodd. Rhys has a difficult decision to make.