Pennod 16 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 16

Mae Rhys mewn mwy o boen nag y mae'n fodlon ei gyfaddef ac fe fydd yn dipyn o her iddo fod yn barod i gymryd rhan yn y ras. Rhys is in more pain than he is willing to admit.


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-Has the same person

-been texting you all day?

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-Yes.

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-Do you have a new girlfriend?!

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-Do you have a new girlfriend?!

-

-Maybe.

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-I've put Wil in his place.

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-I know you won't tell anyone

-what I did.

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-Not even you could be that stupid.

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-Don't be so sure.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-I don't feel great to be honest.

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-I'm a bit ill.

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-Can you tell Dani and Lowri

-I won't be in today?

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-Great, thank you. Sorry.

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-Bye, Philip.

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-If you see a pile, make it bigger.

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-Which is the selling pile?

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-Which is the selling pile?

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-That one, thanks, Kay.

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-Those are old fashioned.

-They're from the last century.

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-Get in that taxi.

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-If Rhys lets you know

-the other taxi is ready, call me.

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-Are you sure you don't

-want any of those?

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-What about this?

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-What about this?

-

-You may get a lot for that.

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-You used to love it.

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-You used to love it.

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-I'm too old for it.

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-You used to take it everywhere.

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-You used to take it everywhere.

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-I don't want it.

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-Right, I'd better head to the salon.

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-Can you take a photo of

-everything on your phone?

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-Individually?

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-Individually?

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-Yes.

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-I'll come back

-and price them up later.

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-Alright.

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-Hiya. Are you feeling

-better this morning?

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-Yes, much better.

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-Good.

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-Is it still a little painful?

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-It is a little,

-it's like a twinge in my side.

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-Are you alright to run?

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-Are you alright to run?

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-Yes.

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-I'm not going today.

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-I'm waiting for it

-to clear properly.

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-Very wise.

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-Very wise.

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-I'll be fine for the race.

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-Oh! I'll be glad

-when this race is over.

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-I'll see you later.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

-

-Ta-ra.

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-Ah.

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-PHONE RINGS

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-Hello.

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-Who was it?

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-Who was it?

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-"Have you been in an accident?"

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-I'll give her an accident!

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-I'll give her an accident!

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-Nuisance!

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-We've had no phone calls since

-we gave those pamphlets out.

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-We don't need to worry.

-We've got jobs.

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-We'll get more from somewhere.

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-We'll get more from somewhere.

-

-From where?

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-Maybe people have been busy

-or away over the weekend?

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-Absolutely,

-we'll get calls today, you'll see.

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-Monday is the day people do things.

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-Britney's delivering

-more pamphlets today.

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-Is there any point?

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-Come on, let's get going.

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-Otherwise, we'll get sacked

-for being late.

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-You're no better.

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-It's getting worse, I think.

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-What have you done?

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-I might have broken a rib.

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-A crack is more likely.

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-Shouldn't you go to hospital

-regardless? Either way it's bad.

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-There's no point.

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-There's no point.

-

-Of course there is.

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-Then they can help you.

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-There's nothing they can do.

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-Time is the only thing

-that will heal it.

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-There's plenty of time until

-the race. I'll see you later.

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-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

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-To work.

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-To do what?

-You won't be able to do a thing.

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-I still have to go.

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-Why?

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-Why?

-

-Otherwise, Dad will complain.

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-He's worried about you.

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-You're probably right.

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-Don't say anything.

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-He'll worry even more. Alright?

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-Alright.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-"I'll see you at the shed later.

-Tell Erin to shut her mouth."

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-Dani!

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-Is your mother or Meical at home?

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-No, they've just left.

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-No, they've just left.

-

-Can you sign for this?

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-Thanks.

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-Mr Parry.

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-Why? What's wrong with him?

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-Oh, dear.

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-I'll call his customers to cancel

-or Lowri and I will cover.

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-It's hard to say until I'm there.

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-Two minutes.

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-Alright, ta-ra.

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-Have you spoken to Barry recently?

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-Have you spoken to Barry recently?

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-I saw him on Saturday. Why?

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-What did you say to him?

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-What did you say to him?

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-Just that I stole his money.

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-What?

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-What did he say?

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-Nothing much but he was scared.

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-Nothing much but he was scared.

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-How do you know?

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-I could tell.

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-I should have told him much earlier.

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-Sorry.

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-At least he'll leave you alone now.

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-Do you think so?

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-Yes, of course.

-You didn't do anything to him.

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-He knows that now, doesn't he.

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-You're good.

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-Fair play to you. You've done well,

-helping your mum this week.

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-She needs your help.

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-I know.

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-Surely these aren't going.

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-Surely these aren't going.

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-They are, why?

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-They're Kelvin's.

-Have you asked him?

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-He gave them to me. He kept the ones

-he wanted in the wardrobe.

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-I can give Mam the cash I get.

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-Fair play, Robbie.

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-Thanks.

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-I went to all these games

-with Kelvin.

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-They lost most of them, no doubt.

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-They lost most of them, no doubt.

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-Hey, this one is special.

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-Why?

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-It's signed by Howard Kendall.

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-Who?

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-Who?

-

-One of our best-ever players.

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-He won the old First Division

-twice and the FA Cup.

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-Programmes with his signature

-sell for 20 on the Web.

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-Kelvin might have made a mistake.

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-Kelvin might have made a mistake.

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-I'll put it in the wardrobe.

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-That would be best.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

-

-I might be longer than I thought.

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-Is that alright?

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-Is that alright?

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-Yes.

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-I've got no commitments.

-I might go for a run this afternoon.

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-Thanks. Dani, do you have a list

-for the cash and carry?

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-Here it is.

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-Here it is.

-

-Thanks.

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-Did Jac say what was wrong with him?

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-Did Jac say what was wrong with him?

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-No. He only said he was ill.

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-Are you doing alright without him?

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-Are you doing alright without him?

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-We had to cancel four appointments.

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-Do you want anything while I'm out?

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-Do you want anything while I'm out?

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-No, thanks.

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-No, thanks.

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-Oh, Philip.

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-I just wanted to thank you again.

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-I just wanted to thank you again.

-

-For what?

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-For the phone you gave Robbie.

-He's taking photos with it now.

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-I'm glad you're pleased.

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-Don't forget, as I said,

-I do have better ones!

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-He can come over and choose one.

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-He can come over and choose one.

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-The one he's got is great.

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-We don't need to spoil him too much.

-He's getting better.

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-There we are.

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-You can go if you want. I'll sign

-for the glasses when they come.

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-It's alright, I have to clean

-them and place them on the shelves.

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-We aren't doing that!

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-We aren't doing that!

-

-Anyone home?

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-Finally!

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-You've got no idea how

-busy I am, son.

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-I've done a day's work

-before you get up.

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-I haven't had a cuppa since

-early this morning. I'm parched.

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-I just put the machine on.

-Two minutes.

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-You can help me put these

-away while you're waiting.

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-I'm fine, thanks.

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-I'm fine, thanks.

-

-There's a cafe next door.

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-Alright, Brit?

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-Alright, Brit?

-

-Good news.

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-Robbie put the school on fire.

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-Miss Bebb from the Glyn Estate is

-interested in cleaning services.

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-She has a friend from Brodawel

-who wants someone too.

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-Well done, Brit.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Ta-ra.

-

-Ta-ra.

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-Things are looking up for you.

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-Things are looking up for you.

-

-Indeed.

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-Is that coffee ready?

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-Is that coffee ready?

-

-No.

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-If you want something

-to do, fill that in.

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-What is it?

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-What is it?

-

-A sponsorship form.

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-Do I have a pound?

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-And two more for that coffee.

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-And two more for that coffee.

-

-Eh?

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-Forget it, it's cheaper next door.

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-What about this?

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-Two pounds?

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-Hmm, three.

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-This?

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-Three pounds?

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-Three pounds?

-

-Oh, Robbie loved that.

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-I'll buy it for three pounds.

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-He can have it

-as a joke on his birthday.

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-Check out what I found.

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-Put them with the others.

-We're asking a pound each.

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-You don't understand.

-They were signed by Howard Kendall.

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-Who?

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-Who?

-

-He's an Everton hero.

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-Ken says one of those is worth 20.

-We've got three of them.

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-You haven't brought them

-from the bottom of our wardrobe?

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-Kelvin wants to keep those.

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-Kelvin wants to keep those.

-

-No, he gave me these.

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-Take some photos of them sharpish.

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-Ill, are you?

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-I'll give him ill.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Is the taxi ready to go?

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-I'm not sure. Rhys is through there.

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-You didn't call

-but I assumed it was ready.

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-I brought my cheque book.

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-I brought my cheque book.

-

-It's not ready.

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-You've had it since Thursday.

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-It needs a part.

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-It needs a part.

-

-Have you changed it?

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-It hasn't arrived yet.

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-It hasn't arrived yet.

-

-Since Thursday?

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-My usual supplier didn't have it

-in stock. They had to order it in.

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-I said I had to have it by today.

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-I said I had to have it by today.

-

-Sorry, Ken.

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-I'll do it when it arrives.

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-I'll do it when it arrives.

-

-When's that?

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-Thursday, Friday at the latest.

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-Thursday, Friday at the latest.

-

-What?

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-We've got a courtesy car

-if you need it.

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-I can't drive anything!

-Taxis have to be properly licensed.

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-Phone me when it's ready.

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-I'm losing business!

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-Have you ordered that part?

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-Have you ordered that part?

-

-No.

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-I don't even know

-if the car needs a part.

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-I haven't looked at it yet.

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-You're no good for anything, Rhys.

-You can't do your work.

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-I'm getting better.

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-I'm getting better.

-

-You're not. You're getting worse.

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-You can't lie

-to the customers, Rhys.

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-I'm not going to a doctor.

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-I'm not going to a doctor.

-

-What if Ken says something to Dad?

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-I'll have to tell him the same lie.

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-This is

-starting to go too far, Rhys.

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-Dani.

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-Where do you want

-the shampoos and conditioners?

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-Anywhere.

-I'll sort them when I get a chance.

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-I'll do it.

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-It's quiet.

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-This afternoon's customers

-were mostly Jac's.

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-Who's giving him a row, you or me?

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-Who's giving him a row, you or me?

-

-Who, Jac?

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-What has he done?

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-What has he done?

-

-He's been lying about being ill.

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-He looked pretty healthy

-when I saw him.

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-Where?

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-Where?

-

-In town.

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-He was with a woman.

-He didn't look ill.

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-Who was she?

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-Who was she?

-

-I didn't know her.

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-What did she look like?

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-She was young.

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-How young?

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-How young?

-

-Around your age.

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-Tall, short, fat, thin?

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-Tall, short, fat, thin?

-

-I should have taken a photo.

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-We'll know who she is tomorrow,

-if he comes in.

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-There'll be trouble if he doesn't.

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-There'll be trouble if he doesn't.

-

-Yes, there will be.

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

-

-Listen.

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-Leave me alone

-and leave Wil alone too.

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-Or what?

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-He didn't do anything.

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-I don't care

-which one of you stole the money.

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-Understand this...

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-..this isn't over.

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-I don't forgive. Understand?

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-Ta-ra.

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-I wonder who that girl with Jac was.

-Has he said anything to you?

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-No, nothing.

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-That's strange.

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-Any ideas who she could be?

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-No.

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-Philip's description

-wasn't much use.

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-No.

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-He has been getting a lot of texts

-and phone calls recently.

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-Has he?

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-She seems keener than him.

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-You're interested!

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-No, not really.

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-Yes, you are.

-A big interest, I'd say.

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-I'm just angry that he's pretending

-to be ill instead of working.

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-He'll find out tomorrow!

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-He'll find out tomorrow!

-

-I hope he's found a nice girl.

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-He deserves that, don't you think?

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-Yes.

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-I hope he's very happy

-with her on his own time.

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-How are you going to run this race

-if you can't close a door?

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-Don't you start.

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-Are you getting it from all sides?

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-Are you getting it from all sides?

-

-Only you and Wil know everything.

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-What about your father?

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-I'm hiding the pain from him.

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-Look at you, mate.

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-You're in no state.

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-Please let me take you to hospital.

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-Please let me take you to hospital.

-

-They can't do anything.

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-You need an x-ray

-to find out what's wrong.

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-It could be really dangerous.

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-If I was going to die, I would have!

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-There's no point, Barry!

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-There's no point, Barry!

-

-You'll get some pain killers.

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-What if they insist

-I don't work or move?

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-If that's what they think is best.

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-If that's what they think is best.

-

-I don't want that.

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-I'm running the race.

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-I'm running the race.

-

-You're stubborn and stupid.

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-Do you want a lift home?

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-Please.

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-You'll get

-more than three pounds for that.

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-Shall I change it to five?

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-Shall I change it to five?

-

-Yes, go for it.

0:15:430:15:45

-Alright?

0:15:450:15:46

-Have you finished early?

0:15:460:15:48

-Yes, we had to cancel some

-customers. Jac was dodging.

0:15:480:15:51

-Dodging?

0:15:510:15:52

-Yes, Philip saw him.

0:15:520:15:54

-Yes, Philip saw him.

-

-That's messy!

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-What have you been up to?

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-We've been busy sorting

-through these things.

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-If you get the asking

-price, it'll be 110.

0:16:010:16:04

-That's not bad for stuff

-we don't want.

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-They're all on the web

-for people to see.

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-Yes.

0:16:100:16:11

-Yes.

-

-That's good.

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-Isn't it just?

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-Are your hands clean, Ken?

-They're worth big money.

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-Where did you get them?

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-Where did you get them?

-

-From my room.

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-All three are signed

-by Howard Kendall.

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-Yes, aren't they good?

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-Swansea 2016, Crystal Palace 2016

-and Man U...

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-..these are worth a fortune.

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-Are they?

0:16:360:16:37

-Are they?

-

-More than we thought?

0:16:370:16:38

-Much more.

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-It means Howard Kendall

-signed these in 2016...

0:16:410:16:45

-..after dying the year before!

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-Oh.

0:16:510:16:52

-Sorry.

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-You'll be very happy.

-Everyone's complimentary.

0:17:010:17:04

-We'll see you

-tomorrow afternoon then.

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-Bye now.

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-What did she say?

0:17:120:17:14

-Well.

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-If she's happy with our work...

0:17:160:17:20

-..she keeps holiday lets too.

0:17:210:17:24

-When are we going to see her?

0:17:260:17:27

-Tomorrow afternoon?

0:17:280:17:28

-Tomorrow afternoon?

-

-Yes.

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-What about Plas Cadnant?

0:17:290:17:31

-Well, the dates are starting

-to fill up, Chelle.

0:17:320:17:35

-Aren't we good.

0:17:350:17:36

-Aren't we good.

-

-It's looking much better.

0:17:360:17:38

-So we can celebrate

-with some bubbly next door?

0:17:380:17:41

-You can have a cake.

0:17:420:17:44

-No, no, I'm just asking...

0:17:470:17:49

-..can I not pay you just this once?

0:17:490:17:52

-No, no, I don't want

-to borrow any more money.

0:17:540:17:57

-I just need a bit more time.

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-So there's nothing you can do.

0:18:030:18:05

-So, you're going to take

-the money out then?

0:18:070:18:10

-OK. No, no.

0:18:120:18:14

-Bye.

0:18:150:18:17

-Ready?

0:18:210:18:22

-Ready?

-

-Yes.

0:18:220:18:23

-Rhys isn't with you.

0:18:230:18:24

-Rhys isn't with you.

-

-No, I called him.

0:18:240:18:25

-He's not coming.

0:18:250:18:27

-I said we'd be alright.

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-Hi.

0:18:300:18:31

-Thanks, Iris.

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-This came for you this morning,

-I had to sign for it.

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-I'll see you at the house.

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-We won't be long.

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-What is it?

0:18:430:18:43

-What is it?

-

-Something from the Inland Revenue.

0:18:430:18:45

-What's wrong?

0:18:530:18:54

-They want to see us.

0:18:560:18:57

-They want to see us.

-

-Who?

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-The tax people.

0:18:580:18:59

-The tax people.

-

-Eh?

0:18:590:19:00

-Let me see it.

0:19:000:19:01

-What's wrong?

0:19:060:19:07

-We're being investigated.

0:19:080:19:09

-We're being investigated.

-

-What does that mean?

0:19:090:19:10

-They want to look through our books.

0:19:110:19:12

-They want to look through our books.

-

-Books?

0:19:120:19:13

-Our financial documents.

0:19:140:19:15

-The business' money.

-They must suspect something.

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-Suspect us of what?

0:19:190:19:20

-Suspect us of what?

-

-Tax dodging.

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Mae Rhys mewn mwy o boen nag y mae'n fodlon ei gyfaddef ac fe fydd yn dipyn o her iddo fod yn barod i gymryd rhan yn y ras. Rhys is in more pain than he is willing to admit.


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