Pennod 8 Rownd a Rownd


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Pennod 8

Mae'n ddiwrnod y Panel Disgyblu a'r cwestiwn mawr yw a fydd Wil yn bradychu ei chwaer drwy gyfaddef yr hyn mae'n ei wybod? Will Wil betray his sister by confessing what he knows?


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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.

-He wasn't anywhere near his bed.

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-Subtitles

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-Hiya.

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-What time is the panel?

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-Midday. Morning off, ideal.

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-You're amazing.

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-You're amazing.

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-Thanks.

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-You will tell the truth, won't you?

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-You will tell the truth, won't you?

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-Will you open your big mouth?

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-If you don't admit

-that the photos are fake...

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-..you'll ruin innocent lives.

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-We've been through this, Wil.

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-Hiya, Dad.

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-OK?

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-I've been better. I'm a bit nervous.

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-I'm sure you are.

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-I just don't know what'll be said.

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-I just don't know what'll be said.

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-By who?

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-Iolo.

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-Iolo.

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-You'll be fine.

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-Dad?

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-What?

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-Can I have dinner money, please?

-I'm going to the shop.

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-Thanks.

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-I'm off then.

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-Bye.

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-Wish her good luck.

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-Good luck.

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-He's worried about you.

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-Yes, poor thing. Cuppa?

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-Alright? The newspapers are sorted.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

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-Are you going to the shop?

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-No. It's much worse

-now that everyone knows.

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-No-one should feel shame

-when a marriage ends...

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-..especially the one

-who did nothing wrong.

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-You know how people talk.

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-You know how people talk.

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-Oh, yes.

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-Don't take this the wrong way...

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-..but I've got an awful day

-ahead of me too.

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-Yes, I know.

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-As much as I'd like to help

-in the shop, I can't today.

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-I'm meeting

-the union representative at nine...

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-..then the disciplinary panel

-is at midday.

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-It's OK.

-Don't worry about this place.

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-I'm worried about you, Dad,

-not about the shop.

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-Show some backbone.

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-Shop!

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-I have to leave in 15 minutes, OK?

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry.

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-It's OK.

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-Do you need a signature?

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-I didn't like to leave them

-on the counter.

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-Thanks.

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-How is he? Is he OK?

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-Yes, he's fine.

-He's on his way down.

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-I know how hard it is

-when a marriage falls apart.

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-Snap.

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-Isn't it today

-that you hope to clear your name?

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-It's terrible, but it'll be over

-before you know it.

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-The next letter you deliver might be

-the one saying my career is over.

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-It won't come to that.

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-It won't come to that.

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-I hope not.

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-People don't always get fair play.

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-I'll be thinking about you.

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-I'll be thinking about you.

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-Thanks, mate.

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-Is the cuppa going to be long?

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-Do you want a cold one?

-The machine hasn't heated up yet.

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-How is it in the war zone?

-Did you find out more?

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-Not really.

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-Who has been naughty? Him or her?

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-Arthur!

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-Arthur!

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-One of them has misbehaved.

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-I haven't heard any rumours.

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-I haven't heard any rumours.

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-Exactly.

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-Philip wouldn't.

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-I wouldn't be surprised

-if Alwena had.

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-If you say so!

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-Mathew is a naughty boy too,

-guaranteed!

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-You're wrong there.

-He stood up for Iolo.

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-There's no smoke without fire.

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-You found a fire and smoke

-in the caravan.

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-I never started a fire,

-and definitely not in my own shed.

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-PHONE

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-Whoa!

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-I keep hoping it's Wyn

-to say the deal is back on.

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-Don't hold your breath.

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-The handshake meant nothing to him.

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-Technically, it isn't Wyn's fault

-it fell through.

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-Technically,

-we thought we had a business.

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-Technically, as Alwena's brother...

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-..he isn't completely innocent.

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-Exactly.

-He should remember that too.

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-Hurry!

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-Hurry!

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-Perhaps it's a sign.

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-What do you mean?

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-What do you mean?

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-That it wasn't meant to be.

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-I'm going.

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-And me.

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-Dad, hello?

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-Dad, hello?

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-Come through.

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-Why have you been avoiding me?

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-Have I?

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-Have I?

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-What's going on?

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-# Man Gwan #

-Yr Eira

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-I promise. I thought Philip

-would have told everyone.

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-Don't you think I'd have phoned

-if I'd heard that?

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-Jac and I have spent ages discussing

-colours and styles for the salon.

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-Sorry, Dani.

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-We've told customers we're moving.

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-That isn't the end of the world.

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-That isn't the end of the world.

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-I was looking forward to it.

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-I know.

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-That's not how I wanted to find out.

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-That's not how I wanted to find out.

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-I know that too.

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-I didn't want to interfere,

-especially as Alwena caused it all.

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-Why has she finished with Philip?

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-I don't know.

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-She didn't miss him in Spain.

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-It was more honest to admit that

-than pretend everything was OK.

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-It's sad.

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-Yes, Dani.

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-He's been left with nothing

-after 20 years of marriage.

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-Worrying about hairstyles...

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-..and hair colours

-are hardly important.

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-Maybe.

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-At least you have Dani's.

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-Sophie and her family

-are even more angry than you.

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-That's the only good thing

-to come out of it.

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-People can't shake hands,

-agree verbally and then pull out!

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-Is it all off now?

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-It looks like it.

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-I wish I hadn't asked.

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-She's been like this all morning.

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-She's been like this all morning.

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-I'll find out more from Dani.

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-Between you and me,

-I don't mind that it's all off.

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-Things are fine as they are.

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-Without wishing to sound selfish,

-it suits me too.

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-It's so close to home.

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-Status quo!

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-Something like that.

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-It's Philip I feel sorry for.

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-Yes.

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-Bless him.

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-I'll tell someone we're here.

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-I'll tell someone we're here.

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-The secretary is there.

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-Good morning.

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-Tell the truth.

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-No. I'll teach them a lesson.

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-No. I'll teach them a lesson.

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-It's your last chance.

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-Iolo snogged me and Mathew lied.

-They deserve what they get.

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-Alright?

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-Hi.

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-Free lesson?

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-Free lesson?

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-Yes.

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-He's come to wish me luck.

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-Fair play.

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-Fair play.

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-Thanks, Wil. I'll be fine.

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-We have to wait here.

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-Mathew isn't here.

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-Mathew isn't here.

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-I know.

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-He has a tough day.

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-He has a tough day.

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-Good.

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-Look, Sophie...

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-Look, Sophie...

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-Is the deal off, as Wyn said?

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-You'll have to ask him.

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-It's up to you, surely.

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-Are you going to Spain, or what?

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-Are you going to Spain, or what?

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-I'm taking one day at a time.

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-I've made plans. Mathew watched me

-measuring and said nothing.

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-Do you enjoy making me look a fool?

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-I wish I could say

-that I'm going to Spain tomorrow.

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-Leave him alone.

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-Leave him alone.

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-Shut up.

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-He's lost everything!

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-Now isn't the time

-to discuss measuring curtains!

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-What do you know?

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-What do you know?

-

-More than you, obviously.

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-You know all about

-a failed marriage.

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-Are you any the wiser, Sophie?

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-Are you any the wiser, Sophie?

-

-No.

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-Just so you know...

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-..I kept quiet when I came back

-to avoid all of this.

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-Now, please...

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-..please leave me alone...

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-..to get over this as best I can

-in my own time.

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-All of you.

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-I bet they got us here early

-to make me feel uneasy.

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-Hey. Are you OK?

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-Take the rest of the day off.

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-Take the rest of the day off.

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-I'm fine.

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-I wasn't asking.

-We've arranged cover.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

-

-Thank you.

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-OK?

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-Sir?

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-Alright, Wil?

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-Sorry, Dad, and sorry, Erin.

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-You need to be told, sir.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Iolo couldn't have been there.

-He was working that night.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Perfectly.

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-The fact he wasn't working

-doesn't mean nothing went on.

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-The panel is waiting.

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-Why doesn't anyone believe me?

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-Why doesn't anyone believe me?

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-She admitted everything to me.

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-Make sure she tells the truth.

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-Make sure she tells the truth.

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-You believe me, don't you, Dad?

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-# Every day I see the same thing

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-# People complain

-that life isn't fair #

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-Is he sleeping?

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-Is he sleeping?

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-He was.

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-No-one asked you to bring him here!

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-No-one asked you to bring him here!

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-Don't be like that.

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-Bless him. He has no idea

-what his father is like.

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-At least he isn't a mechanic.

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-At least he isn't a mechanic.

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-I wish I wasn't.

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-What's wrong?

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-What's wrong?

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-One of those days.

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-A night in Copa would cheer you up.

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-I don't think so.

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-We haven't wet his head yet.

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-If we don't do it soon, he'll be

-old enough to join us for a pint!

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-You didn't turn up last time.

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-I'll be there tonight.

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-I'll be there tonight.

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-I was stuck with Dani and David.

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-A few pints.

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-I don't want to risk seeing David.

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-I'll be there.

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-I'll be there.

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-I won't be.

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-# It's time you grew up #

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-Please, Dad.

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-# Sort yourself out

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-# I can't take it any more #

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-Get in.

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-# I've heard enough of your excuses

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-# I can't take it anymore

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-# I've heard enough

-of your excuses #

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-Are they ready?

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-There have been developments.

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-Oh?

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-Erin has admitted

-that she lied about her and Iolo.

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-Oh.

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-Thank goodness, after all that!

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-Don't let on that you know.

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-Don't let on that you know.

-

-Do I still have to go in?

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-Of course.

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-You're not here because of Erin's

-lies, but for not saying anything!

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-Sit down.

-They've stopped for a cuppa.

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-It's all Iolo's fault.

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-It's all Iolo's fault.

-

-I threatened him.

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-He chased me! He got cold feet

-when things got serious.

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-Erin, more lies

-won't undo the mess you've made.

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-Thank goodness Wil told the truth.

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-Thank goodness Wil told the truth.

-

-Oh, yes. No-one doubts his word.

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-If it wasn't for him,

-you'd be in an even bigger mess!

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-After everything

-we've been through...

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-..moving here was a new start.

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-You've ruined everything

-before we've settled in.

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-Iolo said...

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-Iolo said...

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-Get out of my sight!

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-Erin...

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-It went OK. Did they seem happy?

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-The chairman will get in touch soon.

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-The chairman will get in touch soon.

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-Today?

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-No. Monday, when we reconvene.

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-What?

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-Will you be long?

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-Will you be long?

-

-No. I'm only going for a cuppa.

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-I can have something stronger.

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-We can't wet a baby's head

-with tea or coffee.

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-Have what you want.

-I don't know how I'd handle alcohol.

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-Are you sure you're OK to babysit?

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-Are you sure you're OK to babysit?

-

-Tom and I will be fine.

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-It's the least I can do

-in return for free lodgings.

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-Who said anything

-about it being free?

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-Wouldn't you prefer

-a glass of wine and a bath?

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-Cuddling Tom

-is all I need after this week.

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-How did it go?

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-It was OK.

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-I wasn't in for long.

-It was hard going over it again.

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-Things will get better.

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-I hope so.

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-One thing's for sure.

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-This is the only man

-I want in my life.

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-Why is the shop closed?

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-Glenda and I offered to help,

-but he turned us down.

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-Has something happened?

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-Has something happened?

-

-He threw a wobbly earlier.

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-Over what?

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-Over what?

-

-Because Sophie wanted answers.

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-Which is fair enough.

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-Then he blew a fuse

-and closed the shop.

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-Wow! I thought you just had a baby!

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-Thanks, but I don't look that good!

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-Thanks, but I don't look that good!

-

-Believe me, you do.

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-A pint for me,

-and a coffee for the doting mother.

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-Do you have a photo of Tom?

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-Do you have a photo of Tom?

-

-Yes.

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-Oh.

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-The next Gareth Bale.

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-The next Gareth Bale.

-

-Can you tell already?!

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-Yes, if he kicks a ball

-like he kicked in my belly!

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-I'll bring the drinks over.

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-Hello. Congratulations.

-I haven't seen you since the baby.

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-Thanks.

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-You're getting some sleep then?

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-You forgive them, somehow.

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-Well, for now.

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-Ask me again in six months.

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-Ask me again in six months.

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-I'll get these for you.

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-There's no need.

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-There's no need.

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-You deserve it.

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-If you insist.

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-Is this the official

-wetting of the head?

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-Probably. Rhys was supposed

-to join us, but he's too busy.

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-Oh?

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-Yes.

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-He's always out enjoying himself.

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-Good for him.

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-I reckon

-there's a new man on the scene.

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-Here you are.

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-Thanks.

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-Have a good time.

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-Dad, supper's ready.

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-I take it

-you're not coming downstairs to eat.

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-Where do you want me to put it?

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-Where do you want me to put it?

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-Go away.

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-You'd have hated yourself forever

-if Mr Parry had got the sack.

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-Hate myself?

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-Not half as much as I hate you.

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-For now, maybe.

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-I'll never, ever forgive you.

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-As far as I'm concerned,

-I don't have a twin.

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-Now, let me be.

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Mae'n ddiwrnod y Panel Disgyblu a'r cwestiwn mawr yw a fydd Wil yn bradychu ei chwaer drwy gyfaddef yr hyn mae'n ei wybod? Will Wil betray his sister by confessing what he knows?