Pennod 9 Rownd a Rownd


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Pennod 9

Diwrnod anodd i sawl un o drigolion y pentref wrth i effaith gweithredoedd Erin gael ei theimlo o hyd. A hard day for many of the villagers as the impact of Erin's actions take ...


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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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-Subtitles

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-Very smart.

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-Thanks.

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-You're back at work today then.

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-You're back at work today then.

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-I'm not sure.

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-I'm expecting a call

-from the boss this morning.

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-Good luck.

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-Good luck.

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-Thanks, Vince.

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-Is your sister up?

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-I haven't seen her.

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-Oh!

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-Are you going to see Iolo today?

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-I'd better.

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-I hate having to think

-about sucking up to the swine.

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-He deserves an apology.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Shower, now. It's half past eight.

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-I'm not going to school.

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-I'm not going to school.

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-You are!

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-You can't force me.

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-You can't force me.

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-Get up now.

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-Go away and close the door.

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-If you're not downstairs

-in ten minutes...

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-..in your school uniform...

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-..well, watch out.

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-A fresh cuppa,

-and a bacon roll from Iris.

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-Thanks.

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-Eat it. You'll feel better.

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-I don't want it.

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-Something else then.

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-Egg on toast? Porridge?

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-Egg on toast? Porridge?

-

-Nothing, thanks.

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-I've had a call from the school.

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-I have to be there by midday.

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-Ask Glenda or Iris

-to watch the shop.

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-They'll be busy at lunchtime.

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-Close the shop then.

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-You can't stay here forever.

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-Please, Dad.

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-Rhys, when you get this, phone Erin.

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-Tell her to get out of bed.

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-Even better, come home,

-to make sure she goes to school.

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-I'm giving up.

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-Thanks.

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-Is he alright?

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-Fast asleep.

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-Why don't you have a nap too?

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-I will, after putting a wash in.

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-I will, after putting a wash in.

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-I'll do that.

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-You've got enough on your mind

-without dirty Babygros.

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-I'll do these.

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-Thanks.

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-Will you hear about

-the disciplinary thing today?

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-Yes.

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-At least it'll be over.

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-At least it'll be over.

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-To some extent.

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-I still have to face Erin every day.

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-I still have to face Erin every day.

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-Wait and see. She might be expelled.

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-If anyone has to go,

-it'll be Mathew.

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-Surely that cow will be punished,

-after all that's happened?

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-It isn't the panel's job

-to punish Erin.

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-She's a schoolgirl.

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-Whatever she's done, in this case,

-she'll get away with it.

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-That isn't right.

-She's destroyed your life.

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-She and Iolo have destroyed my life.

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-I'll see you later.

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-Take care.

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-Take care.

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-Good luck.

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-# Influence yourself #

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-# Before you go, whatever the

-draw, the world won't see #

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-"Hi Rhys! Can we meet?"

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-# Your soul choosing a path

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-# Even one #

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-MOBILE PHONE MESSAGE

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-# Even one is too much

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-# It's too much for someone

-who knows the picture

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-# Even one is too much #

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-Mathew.

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-I've been called to the school.

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-I've been called to the school.

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-Good news, I hope.

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-I hope so.

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-Can you keep an eye on the shop?

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-Dad's coming down with a cold.

-He's in bed.

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-It's a shambles

-since the Spain hoo-ha!

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-Please, Glenda.

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-Maybe you could both help.

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-With what?

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-Is the poached egg

-for table three or four?

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-Table three.

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-Can you look after the shop?

-Dad's got a cold.

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-The egg and the toast

-are on the go.

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-Shout if you need anything.

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-Shout if you need anything.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks for breakfast. Very nice.

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-You'd better go to the school.

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-Yes. I'll see you later.

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-Good luck.

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-What do you want?

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-You've probably heard the latest.

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-You've probably heard the latest.

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-What has she dreamt up now?

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-There are developments at school.

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-There are developments at school.

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-Have you come to threaten me again?

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-I want to apologize

-for losing my rag.

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-Erin has admitted that she lied.

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-Erin has admitted that she lied.

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-Has she really?

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-Listen, mate.

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-Mate?

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-Listen, I admit Erin is no angel.

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-Things haven't been easy

-since the divorce.

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-It's no excuse for what she did.

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-It's no excuse for what she did.

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-You're older than her.

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-You should be wiser

-and not go near her in a nightclub.

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-A schoolgirl

-shouldn't be in a nightclub.

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-Finished?

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-Hi.

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-The kettle's just boiled

-if you want a cuppa.

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-Sorry, I've got to work.

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-Can you look at my car

-when you've got time?

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-It's the electrics.

-No light when you open the door.

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-Right.

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-Right.

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-Thanks.

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-Have you heard anything from David?

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-No. He's made his decision.

-He's staying with Dani.

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-So, you're moving on now?

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-Yes, I suppose so.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-There's no peace to be had.

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-Oh!

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-What is it?

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-It's the Q-pid app.

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-Some Josh has been hassling me

-all morning, wanting to meet.

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-He looks alright. Are you going?

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-I don't know.

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-What have you done?

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-What have you done?

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-I've helped you to move on.

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-Thank you, Barry!

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-"Great! Looking forward to it!"

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-Hello!

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-Chips and gravy,

-with lots of salt and vinegar.

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-Are you going to school

-this afternoon?

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-Everyone has forgotten about it now.

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-Angharad Digby slapped Dawn Rees

-in town on Saturday night.

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-Everyone's talking about that.

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-Your chips are getting cold.

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-Mr Parry.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-As you know, since this matter

-was brought to our attention...

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-..Erin Richards has admitted

-that her allegations...

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-..about a relationship

-with Llio James's partner were lies.

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-That has no relevance to this charge

-of professional misconduct.

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-But it throws light

-on Erin's character...

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-..and her credibility

-as a witness against you.

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-The disciplinary panel and I

-can see no excuse...

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-..for the totally irresponsible way

-that you dealt with this.

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-I must admit,

-I'm very disappointed in you.

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-I realize that, and I'm very sorry.

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-Yes, well, it was a hard task

-to convince the panel.

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-But considering how conscientious

-you have been since I know you...

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-..they decided that you'll receive

-an official written warning.

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-It will be on your record

-for six months.

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-Can I keep my job?

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-Another chance, Mathew.

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-But I'll be keeping

-a very close eye on you.

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-One mistake...

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-Thanks, Mr Williams.

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-How's the little one?

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-Great, thanks.

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-Make the most of the early days.

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-Make the most of the early days.

-

-Everyone says that.

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-It's true.

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-One minute,

-they're crying in your arms...

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-..the next, they're swearing

-and slamming doors in your face.

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-Be grateful you had a boy.

-They're easier to handle.

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-I'm not sure Mam would agree.

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-The older I get,

-the less I understand women.

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-Don't try. That's what I do,

-especially with two here now.

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-Two?

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-Yes, Llio.

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-Carys's sister

-is sleeping on the sofa.

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-Oh, yes.

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-Erin has caused trouble

-for a lot of people. Sorry.

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-Enjoy the pizza.

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-Silly cow!

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-Silly cow!

-

-Sorry, I didn't mean to!

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-Watch where you're going.

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-I'm sorry.

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-Leave it. It's alright.

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-I'll buy you another one.

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-I'll buy you another one.

-

-It's alright!

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-Look...

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-Sorry for overreacting.

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-It's one of those days.

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-I've just made it worse.

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-I've just made it worse.

-

-It couldn't get much worse.

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-Come on.

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-Oh!

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-How did it go?

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-Alright, thanks.

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-The truth came out in the end.

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-What truth?

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-I tried to tell you,

-but you wouldn't listen.

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-I followed the rules...

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-..the same as you

-should have done.

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-If you worried less about rules...

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-..you might have seen

-what was happening under your nose.

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-Sorry?

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-Sorry?

-

-Erin has admitted it was all a lie.

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-What?

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-I almost lost my job...

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-..because you believed a silly girl

-rather than Iolo and me.

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-But what about the photo?

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-I don't know

-how she got in the house.

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-But it seems Iolo was in Copa

-with you on the night it was taken.

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-I think you owe him an apology.

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-Still here, Mr Parry?

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-Year 12 is waiting for you.

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-I'm sure they're very keen

-to have you back.

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-I hope they are.

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-Miss James.

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-It won't be long, John.

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-CARYS ON INTERCOM

-

-Barry, can you come up, please?

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-Give me a minute.

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-Who'd have kids?

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-Don't think I'm meddling,

-but talking always helps.

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-If you want to.

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-You've probably heard the story.

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-Everyone's talking about Erin.

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-I heard something in the salon,

-but I'm not one for gossip.

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-You're the only one then.

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-Nain used to say that today's news

-wraps tomorrow's chips.

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-Are there any developments

-between you and Sian?

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-I thought you said

-you didn't gossip.

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-I was there on New Year's Eve when

-you were plying her with cocktails.

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-I should have kept my money.

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-The kids messed that up too.

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-Sian...

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-..hardly looks at me.

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-She seems like a private person,

-but she's very nice.

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-Yes, sometimes.

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-I think the word is moody.

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-She's been through a lot.

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-It's only a year

-since she lost her niece.

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-You've probably heard

-about her and Mathew.

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-No.

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-She was in her wedding dress...

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-..when she heard

-he'd had a relationship.

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-She slapped him in the chapel,

-in front of everyone.

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-That's bound to affect

-anyone's confidence.

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-I suppose so.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-I'm sorry to disturb you.

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-I'm sorry to disturb you.

-

-Another night shift tonight.

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-It's a good excuse

-for being in bed now.

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-Sorry?

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-Sorry?

-

-Do car salesmen work nights too?

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-I've told you to keep your nose

-out of my business.

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-I'm only pulling your leg.

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-I'm only pulling your leg.

-

-I've had enough of it.

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-I call it being nosy.

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-In that case,

-you should be more careful.

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-What?

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-What?

-

-I saw you and John at it.

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-By the cafe on New Year's Eve.

-Embarrassing.

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-It was you who told everyone?

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-And you a respectable policewoman!

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

-

-Not as good as you.

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-I've never felt so relieved.

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-I'm sure. I'm glad for you.

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-The disciplinary panel

-saw sense, after all.

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-I think I owe Jim a big favour.

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-Will you do me a favour?

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-Of course.

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-Of course.

-

-Stand there until closing time.

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-I've had enough.

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-"Hello, this is Sophie's phone.

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-"I'm busy at the moment.

-Leave a message and I'll call back."

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-It went well, Glenda,

-in case you were worried.

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-If you say so.

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-# It's been like this for too long

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-# Arguing more every day

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-# It's not supposed to be like this

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-# It's not supposed to be like this

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-# No faith left #

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-Hello!

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-There's someone here to see you.

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-Hiya.

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-Hi.

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-I'll be downstairs.

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-Cuppa?

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-Yes, great.

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-Are you two still not talking?

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-I'm fed up with trying.

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-Are you going to school tomorrow?

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-Well, are you?

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-You'd better, or Jim Gym

-will be having a word with Dad.

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-Again.

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-Will he?

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-Of course not. They don't mind

-if sixth formers don't go to school.

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-Thanks, that's a great help.

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-The fuss is over now, anyway.

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-Mathew Parry is back.

-Everyone's forgotten about it.

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-Did you hear that, Erin?

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-Don't you want supper?

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-She'll never forgive me.

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-Of course she will, eventually.

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-Have we got brown sauce?

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-I'll get it.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Anything interesting?

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-Anything interesting?

-

-Maybe.

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-We'll see.

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-How's your leg?

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-Much better, thanks.

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-Erin's father came by this morning.

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-She's admitted that she lied.

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-She made it all up to get attention.

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-I know that now.

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-Where does that leave us?

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-I don't know.

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-I want to forgive you, but...

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-You're too stubborn?

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-I've got doubts.

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-Forget about it all

-and come home. Please.

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-My head is all over the place.

-I don't know what I want.

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-She confessed. I told the truth

-all along. What else do you want?

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-Maybe it wasn't a relationship,

-but you did kiss a 16-year-old girl.

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-She kissed me.

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-I know it was a big mistake,

-but it happened.

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-I can't get it out of my head.

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-I forgave you when you kissed

-Mathew, and he's my cousin.

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-That's not fair!

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-Isn't it?

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-I want time to think.

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-I want time to think.

-

-Think about what?

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-How to punish me and make me feel

-worse about something I didn't do?

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-I don't know why I bother.

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-Iolo!

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-# Disappearing #

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Diwrnod anodd i sawl un o drigolion y pentref wrth i effaith gweithredoedd Erin gael ei theimlo o hyd. A hard day for many of the villagers as the impact of Erin's actions take effect.