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-What are you doing?

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-I was going to ask you the same.

-What are you doing here?

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-Here we are.

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-Look.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-# One spot, two places,

-it's perfect for you

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-# One spot, two places

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-# It's perfect for you #

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-Don't start this tummy ache nonsense

-again. You're going to school.

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-Finally!

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-Where's your bag?

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-Where's your bag?

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-I can't find it.

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-Owain! Come on!

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-Has there been

-some trouble or other?

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-He didn't want to go to school.

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-He didn't want to go to school.

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-Why?

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-Something with Robbie, probably.

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-Something with Robbie, probably.

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-Again?

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-That's what they're like.

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-They fall out and make up.

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-Things aren't easy

-for Robbie either.

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-Do you think?

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-Do you think?

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-Think where Kelvin is!

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-It's no harder than it is for you,

-Terry.

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-Between the two of us...

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-..it would do Owain the world of

-good if his mother was home more.

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-Do you want a lift to school?

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-Do you want a lift to school?

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-Yes, fine, seeing as I have to go.

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-Let's get moving then.

-We'll take Nain to the cafe first.

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-Llio.

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-Here's the man for you.

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-Here's the man for you.

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-Sorry?

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-The sixth form open evening is soon.

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-The sixth form open evening is soon.

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-Yes.

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-You said you didn't have enough

-interactive material last year...

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-..to help with your presentation.

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-Dylan here knows everything

-there is to know about IT.

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-I don't know about that.

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-A humble expert. That's rare.

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-A humble expert. That's rare.

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-No.

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-That is, thanks and everything

-but I'll be fine.

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-I learned what I needed last year.

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-I'm sure Mr Roberts has more

-important things to do.

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-Don't be silly, there's nothing more

-important in the academic calendar.

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-Except for exams.

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-Well, there we are then.

-Great, thanks.

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-I told you she'd love the idea.

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-Let's have that cuppa

-before the vultures descend.

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-Watch out!

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-Barry!

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-When are you going to buy me

-a new coat?

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-Shut your mouth.

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-Shut your mouth.

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-Alright, Barry?

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-He's in a good mood.

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-Hi, Iris.

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-Hi, Iris.

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-Hi, Glenda.

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-How are you doing?

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-How are you doing?

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-I'm not too bad, thanks.

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-Have you spoken to Kelvin recently?

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-Yes, we spoke briefly last night.

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-He sounds fine. His mood changes

-from one phone call to the next.

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-Give him my regards.

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-Give him my regards.

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-Thanks.

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-Go ask him if he wants a lift.

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-No.

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-Go and buy a chocolate bar each

-for the pair of you.

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-Robbie's been moody for days.

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-Yes, Owain's been the same.

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-That one's nice.

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-Owain's given him some money.

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-It's my money.

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-There's more than one way

-to skin a cat.

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-Mam, Owain and I

-are going to walk to school.

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-Yes, alright.

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-There we are.

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-There we are.

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-Thanks, Terry.

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-It's a pity

-you didn't buy them some fruit.

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-I thought your exam

-was this afternoon.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-It's only ten.

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-I'm going to Mari's house.

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-I'm going to Mari's house.

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-How much studying will you do there?

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-Quite a bit hopefully.

-We'll ask each other questions.

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-I've got a question for you.

-Where's my charger?

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-It's here.

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-It's here.

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-I need to charge my phone.

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-So do I. I didn't turn the plug

-on last night. Sorry.

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-Did Dad give you those?

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-Did Dad give you those?

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-Do you think he's in a giving mood?

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-No, I'm buying Mari a pizza

-at lunchtime.

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-Right then,

-charge your phone at Mari's...

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-..bring me the charger

-and a pizza at lunchtime.

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-Aren't you clever!

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-We'll see how clever you are

-after the exam!

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-Alright, Sian?

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-Alright, Sian?

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-Thank you.

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-How are you?

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-Great thanks.

-It's nice to have a quiet day.

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-I haven't seen you here for a while.

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-I haven't seen you here for a while.

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-It's been a bit crazy, all in all.

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-My hair's going the same way!

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-Hopefully things will slow down

-from now on.

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-I've been placed on desk duty.

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-Well, yes.

-You need to be careful in your job.

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-In every job, I'd think.

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-It's not like I'm on the beat.

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-It'll be mostly paperwork now.

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-It'll be mostly paperwork now.

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-That's good.

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-Are you ill in the mornings?

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-Are you ill in the mornings?

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-I've been lucky so far.

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-I wasn't sure if we were

-allowed to talk about it.

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-Why shouldn't you? Everyone else is.

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-It's a wonder Glenda

-didn't put it in the paper!

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-I went for the twelve-week scan

-the other day.

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-It feels a lot more real now.

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-I'm sure you'll be fine.

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-Your first baby. How nice.

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-Your first baby. How nice.

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-We'll see.

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-When you have the second,

-your life really changes.

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-You'll be dying my white hair

-by then, not trimming it!

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-What's tomorrow?

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-What's tomorrow?

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-Chemistry.

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-It's my last one, thank heavens.

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-I was rubbish at science.

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-I liked setting things on fire

-but hated writing about it.

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-Make sure you don't burn that!

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-Make sure you don't burn that!

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-I'll try not to.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Alright, ladies?

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-Fine, thanks.

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-He says you're paying.

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-He says you're paying.

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-You borrowed my charger.

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-I left it at Mari's house.

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-I left it at Mari's house.

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-You haven't!

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-Erin, you're hopeless.

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-What's wrong with your charger?

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-What's wrong with your charger?

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-I had to tape up a loose wire.

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-One margherita

-and one pepperoni, please.

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-Alright, Barry?

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-Alright, Barry?

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-I won't be long, Jase.

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-Alright.

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-Is Tom better?

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-Is Tom better?

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-This place is like a youth club.

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-Don't take any notice of him.

-He's got a short fuse these days.

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-I thought Tom was better.

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-I thought Tom was better.

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-He is.

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-He's still angry

-about the stolen money.

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-Surely Tom is a little more

-important than a little money.

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-You'd certainly think so.

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-If he catches the thief, I wouldn't

-want to be in that person's shoes.

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-He had me up against the wall there.

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-He had me up against the wall there.

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-He thought it was you.

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-He hoped I knew who it was.

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-You stay out of his way, love.

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-That's what I try to do, love.

-Day and night.

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-I'll take one of those, Glenda.

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-Ham and cheese, thanks.

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-Sian.

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-Hi, John.

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-Your hair looks very nice.

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-Your hair looks very nice.

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-I got my money's worth then!

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-Do you have time for a cuppa?

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-Do you have time for a cuppa?

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-No, sorry.

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-Look, it's nothing, really.

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-I've been thinking after the scan

-and everything else...

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-Look...

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-The thing is, whatever happens

-with you and me...

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-Seeing the picture of the baby

-made me realize a few things.

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-Right.

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-You don't have to agree but we need

-to organize his future, don't we?

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-His?

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-His or her future.

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-Whatever he or she needs...

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-..we'll have to discuss it calmly

-and make sure we're always there.

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-With education and with everything.

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-You have been thinking.

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-Sorry, I sound like I'm confused.

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-No, not at all.

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-As a new mother, I want you to have

-the support you deserve.

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-He or she...

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-..is more important than you and me.

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-Indeed.

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-You don't have to say anything now.

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-There's a huge field over there

-and where do you choose to play?

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-Where someone is trying to work.

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-Don't worry about my knees.

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-Arthur!

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-It'll be through a window next.

-None of you are Gareth Bale.

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-Right.

-Come here, you little rascals.

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-Oh, hello.

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-Oh, hello.

-

-Hiya.

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-Here he is. He looks in good shape!

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-Yes, thank heavens.

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-Why did you make Mum and Dad

-worry about you like that?

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-Absolutely.

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-He'll be fine, won't he?

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-He'll be fine, won't he?

-

-He'll be fine, yes.

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-But...

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-I'm on my lunch

-if you want some company.

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-Oh, yes. Great, thanks.

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-Hiya, alright?

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-I am.

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-I am.

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-I'm sorry about this morning.

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-There was nothing

-I could do to stop Jim.

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-I don't mind.

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-I don't mind.

-

-It's rather obvious that you do.

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-Shall I think up an excuse

-for Jim why I can't help?

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-No, Dylan.

-I don't want you to do anything.

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-We're adults.

-I assume we can be professional.

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-I know I can.

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-I said I was sorry.

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-I didn't know you worked here

-until last week.

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-Fair play to me too.

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-Fair play to me too.

-

-Professional adults, Dylan.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Ta-ta.

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-Ta-ta, Iris.

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-Sorry about that.

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-After all you're going through,

-you don't need to listen to me moan.

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-Don't be silly.

-It's important to talk.

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-Thanks.

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-The thing is, Tom's my life.

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-I'm so happy

-he's going to be alright.

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-Of course.

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-I can't forgive Barry and Llio

-for letting it all happen.

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-I know they wouldn't do anything

-to hurt him deliberately.

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-I understand.

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-Through all the longing

-for Kelvin...

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-..I'm still angry with the idiot for

-leaving me to deal with the kids.

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-Aren't we strange?

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-Aren't we strange?

-

-We're fine.

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-Other people are the problem!

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-Once you stop trusting someone...

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-How are your kids?

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

-

-Hiya.

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-I've got the stuff

-for tonight's supper.

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-Great, thanks.

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-Great, thanks.

-

-Do you want another cuppa?

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-Not for me, thanks.

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-Not for me, thanks.

-

-I'm fine too.

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-They can't say I didn't offer!

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-He does seem to be trying.

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-I'm sure it will settle over time.

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-Thanks, Lowri.

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-For what?

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-Why doesn't the egg talk to the

-bacon? Because it's in hot water!

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-This is the kind of graphic and font

-I'd like in the PowerPoint.

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-Oh, OK. No problem.

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-I'll play around

-with a few different styles.

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-Do you want them to be animated?

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-Jim says you're the expert.

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-Dylan.

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-I'm sure you can't believe

-your luck...

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-..having someone like that

-take you under their wing.

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-Everyone's very nice here.

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-Everyone's very nice here.

-

-Glad to hear you're settling in.

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-Yes, yes I am,

-but I still get lost sometimes.

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-What's she given you?

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-A map of the sixth form block?

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-No, just some help

-with her presentation...

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-..for the sixth form open evening.

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-Mr Parry,

-someone wants to see you outside.

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-Sorry about this.

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-It's alright.

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-Hiya.

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-Sian's here.

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-Do you have a minute?

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-Do you have a minute?

-

-Of course. Come in, take a seat.

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-What happened?

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-They deliberately hit me

-with a ball. On the head.

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-It was an accident.

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-It was an accident.

-

-Why run away then?

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-Owain?

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-We didn't do it on purpose.

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-We didn't do it on purpose.

-

-Alright, we'll sort something.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

-

-I should hope so, too.

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-What do you have to say to Arthur?

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry.

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-I don't want to tell you

-how to run your school...

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-..but the cane did me no harm!

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-Haven't you been

-in enough trouble recently?

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-Detention didn't work, did it?

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-A bin bag each then.

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-There's plenty of rubbish

-on that field. Come on.

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-Oh, no, sir!

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-Oh, no, sir!

-

-Come on!

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-The dates are all here

-if you want to note them down.

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-I made sense this morning!

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-Eh?

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-Well, I'm here.

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

-

-Fine, thanks.

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-Look,

-Sian's brought these things over.

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-It's not as interesting as what

-you're learning for your exams.

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-I don't know about that.

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-Hello!

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-Hiya.

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-Before anyone asks,

-the exam went fine.

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-I should hope so!

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-Can you pour one for me too, Wil?

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-Oh, cute!

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-I hope it's a little sister!

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-Then I can have

-a normal conversation.

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-Is that alright with you there, Wil?

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-Yes. Here you go.

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-Yes. Here you go.

-

-Thanks.

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-Right, I'm going to take a bath.

-That hall was horrible.

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-If taking exams gives you that much

-energy, I should go back to school!

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-We're lucky Mathew

-didn't take this off us.

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-Yes, pass it.

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-Hey, check it out.

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-Let's get him back.

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-I'll carry those to the car.

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-Oh, thanks.

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-I've got loads of marking to do.

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-At least you've got help

-with the sixth form open evening.

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-Jim thought it was a good idea.

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-You'd think I'd never seen

-a computer before.

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-He loves that Dylan.

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-He knows his parents.

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-He knows his parents.

-

-I heard.

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-He's alright.

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-He's alright.

-

-Yes, he's fine.

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-Or isn't he?

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-Have I got the wrong impression?

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-Have I got the wrong impression?

-

-No, I don't think so.

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-So he doesn't make you feel

-uncomfortable in his presence?

0:17:060:17:09

-No.

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-Then what did I see at lunchtime?

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-You didn't look too happy

-when he grabbed your arm.

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-I don't know.

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-If he's done something...

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-..you only need to say.

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-He hasn't, other than being

-a bit of a fool at university.

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-We lived in the same halls.

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-We lived in the same halls.

-

-Why didn't you say last week?

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-It wasn't fair to taint

-everyone else's opinion...

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-..before getting to know him.

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-Maybe he's changed.

0:17:340:17:36

-Yes, he might have.

0:17:360:17:38

-I'm sure he's fine.

0:17:400:17:41

-There are several members

-of staff I'm not keen on.

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-I can work with all of them.

0:17:440:17:46

-I'll see you tomorrow.

0:17:480:17:49

-I'll see you tomorrow.

-

-Bye.

0:17:490:17:50

-Alright?

0:17:550:17:56

-Watch out, it's Taid!

0:17:580:18:00

-# Stare through the window

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-# Mission control

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-# There's no hope of turning back

0:18:050:18:10

-# A big step for man

-but a small step for me

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-# I'm just going for the fun

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-# I'm just going for the fun

0:18:210:18:25

-# I'm just going for the fun

0:18:270:18:30

-# I'm just going for the fun

0:18:330:18:37

-# For the fun #

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-You've been through my stuff!

0:18:510:18:52

-You've been through my stuff!

-

-Where did you get that money?

0:18:520:18:54

-It's my wages from Copa!

0:18:540:18:56

-It's my wages from Copa!

-

-Please don't tell me it's Barry's!

0:18:560:18:58

-Erin! Did you see how angry he was?

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-That's how he is.

0:19:030:19:04

-He'll be even worse

-when he finds out.

0:19:050:19:08

-He won't. He doesn't have a clue.

-He's got plenty anyway.

0:19:080:19:11

-You're taking it back.

0:19:120:19:12

-You're taking it back.

-

-Says who?

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-Listen, this has nothing

-to do with me.

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-If you don't take the money back,

-you'll regret it.

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Mae arian coll Barry yn dod i'r golwg gan roi'r sawl sy'n dod o hyd iddo mewn lle cas. Barry's missing money turns up but this puts the person who finds it in a very difficult position.


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