Pennod 20 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 20

Yn dilyn honiadau Erin neithiwr mae Carys ar drywydd y gwir am Barry. Following Erin's allegations about Barry, Carys is on a mission to find out the truth.


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-It's clear that you're in pain.

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-I think you need help.

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-Barry's a right thug.

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-He's nasty with his mouth

-and with his fists.

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-You've got no idea

-who you live with.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Have you seen Dylan?

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-No.

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-You must know.

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-How many times do I have to say? No.

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-I have no idea

-what Erin meant last night.

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-There must be a reason she said it.

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-People don't go around

-calling you a thug for no reason.

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-Apart from the fact that Erin's

-ridiculous, she was drunk!

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-Who knows what she was on about.

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-You know what she's like

-after that incident with Iolo.

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-I don't have time to argue,

-I've got work to do.

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-I'll see you this afternoon.

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-Happy St David's Day, ladies.

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-Lovely, they'll raise our spirits.

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-I'd be happier

-if we had a bank holiday.

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-You can have a free Welsh cake

-from the cafe.

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-Only because Glenda

-made hundreds yesterday.

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-We'll be eating them at Christmas.

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-What do you think, Jac?

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-Sorry, of what?

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-The daffodils.

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-The daffodils.

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-Oh, nice.

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-Aren't you going to answer it?

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-Aren't you going to answer it?

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-No.

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-Oh.

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-Happy St David's Day to you too.

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-Erin.

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-How's your head this morning?

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-Much better after bacon and egg.

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-Much better after bacon and egg.

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-What did you mean last night?

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-About what?

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-You called me blind.

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-You said Barry was nasty

-with his mouth and fists.

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-I was drunk, wasn't I?

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-She was at the side of the stage

-about to go on.

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-She went to have a sip of her coffee

-and it went everywhere.

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-I know I'm not the best at ironing

-but I did try.

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-Oh, thanks.

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-You didn't have to wash it

-last night.

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-It's the least I could do

-after you were such a hero.

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-I've got something for you too.

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-I've got something for you too.

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-For me?

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-Yes. Here it is!

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-For lunchtime, in case

-you have another accident.

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-Ha ha, very funny. Thanks.

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-Alright, it's work time, Rhys!

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-I'll see you later.

-I've got a car that needs an MOT.

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-I'm full up today.

-I can do it in the morning.

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-Here you go, Iris.

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-Here you go, Iris.

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-Thanks, Dani.

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-That's something.

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-Hiya. How are you?

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-Thanks for the breakfast.

-I'll see you later.

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-Alright. What was that about?

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-It's alright.

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-Have you fallen out?

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-Have you fallen out?

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-You'd better ask Rhys.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Alright?

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-You've just missed Barry.

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-I was just passing and wanted

-to know how your night went.

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-Great! My girlfriend went home

-hammered at eight o'clock.

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-I was in bed by 9.30pm.

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-I was in bed by 9.30pm.

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-Why was she in such a foul mood?

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-I asked. I didn't get much sense.

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-Oh, well.

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-Maybe her lipstick

-didn't match her nail varnish!

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-Jason,

-this might be an odd question...

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-..but has Barry bean nasty

-to you recently?

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-No more than usual, no.

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-He hasn't hit you?

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-No, why?

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-It's nothing.

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-I told you it was an odd question.

-Say bye to Uncle Jason, Tom!

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-Bye, Tom!

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-So just a trim, Amy?

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-Great.

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-Great.

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-PHONE RINGS

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-Sorry, I'll be two minutes.

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-What?

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-I don't know

-what's wrong with Jac today.

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-Has he said anything to you?

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-Has he said anything to you?

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-No.

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-His mind definitely isn't here.

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-Leave me alone!

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-There must be something

-seriously wrong. Is this his friend?

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-Maybe. It's not our business, is it?

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-Maybe. It's not our business, is it?

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-I'm not being nosy.

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-It's affecting his work.

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-It's affecting his work.

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry.

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-Are you going to help Mam today?

-Yes, you are.

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-Hi, Wil.

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-Hi, Wil.

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-Hello.

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-Mr Roberts.

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-Hiya.

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-Could I have a word?

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-Is everything alright?

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes.

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-Well...

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-A little warning for you as a mate.

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-That business with Llio and the bib

-this morning.

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-You won't go far treating

-experienced teachers like that.

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-It was a joke.

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-It was a joke.

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-A joke for you.

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-Some people might say

-that you embarrassed her...

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-..or that you made her

-the butt of the joke.

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-Oh.

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-Has she said something?

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-I thought she saw the funny side.

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-Llio would never say.

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-Look.

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-I know you've got

-a history with her.

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-Don't forget,

-she is Head of Year...

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-..and quite a few steps

-higher than you on the ladder.

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-Of course.

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-A word of advice.

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-A relationship between a student

-and a teacher is never a good idea.

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-Just in case you're planning

-to rekindle your romance.

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-No, really.

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-That's not what I was doing

-and it isn't my plan.

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-If you were tempted, it would

-probably ruin your career...

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-..and be embarrassing for Llio.

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-Don't make a mistake at the start.

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-A bad reputation is difficult

-to lose in the education system.

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-Of course.

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-Thanks.

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-You're welcome.

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-Hiya.

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-Alright, Carys?

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-Where are you two headed

-on a Thursday afternoon?

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-We're off to the cafe for lunch.

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-We're off to the cafe for lunch.

-

-That's nice.

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-Yes, fine, thanks.

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-How's your eye, Wil?

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-You had a black eye not long ago.

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-You tripped or something.

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-You tripped or something.

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-Tripped?

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-I thought it was from playing rugby.

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-Yes, I tripped over

-the scrum half's foot.

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-It was embarrassing really.

-The lads haven't shut up about it.

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-I'm glad to hear it's better.

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-We'd better go

-or lunchtime will be over.

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-Bye, Carys.

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-Bye, Carys.

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-Ta-ta!

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-Hiya. If you're looking

-for a haircut, we're full up.

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-I don't want an appointment.

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-I want to talk to...

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-I want to talk to...

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-What on earth are you doing here?

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-You wouldn't answer the phone.

-What do you expect?

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-Not here.

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-What was that?

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-Where's Jac?

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-Where's Jac?

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-Um.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Sorry, Georgia. He won't be long.

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-Is this his school friend?

-The one Philip saw him with.

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-I don't know.

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-They don't look very friendly to me.

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-They don't look very loving either.

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-He doesn't tell me much these days.

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-I hope he's alright.

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-What do you mean?

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-Well, that he's not in trouble

-or something.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Sorry, I have to go.

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-Jac!

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-Jac!

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-Sorry!

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-Hey.

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-Hey.

-

-Hiya.

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-I know you told me to stay away.

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-I thought we understood each other

-after last night.

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-What?

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-I wasn't trying to make a fool

-of you. I wouldn't do that.

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-What are you on about?

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-Mathew told me I'd gone too far

-this morning with the bib.

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-The bib?

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-I'm sorry if I embarrassed you.

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-You didn't.

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-Oh.

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-I don't want to step on any toes.

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-Right, out with it.

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-I don't know what's going on

-with you and Mathew.

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-It's none of my business.

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-It's none of my business.

-

-Me and Mathew?

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-He just warned me off you.

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-What?

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-He said it would affect my career

-if we got close again.

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-I'm sorry about this, Lea.

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-Lowri will be free in half an hour.

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-Can you wait?

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-Can you wait?

-

-I have to go, sorry.

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-Call us to make another appointment.

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-Sorry, Catherine.

-Dani will be with you in a moment.

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-This is ridiculous!

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-This is ridiculous!

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-Sorry about this, Carys.

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-Sorry about this.

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-Have you called him?

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-Yes, it's going straight

-to voicemail.

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-There must be a reason.

-It's not like him to run off.

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-If there is,

-I want to know what it is.

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-He can't leave us to cope with this

-without explaining what's happening.

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-I'm sure he'll tell when he's ready.

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-I'm sure he'll tell when he's ready.

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-No.

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-He can tell me tonight.

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-I'm going straight to see him

-from here.

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-I won't leave until I know what's

-going on or he can find another job.

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-Hey.

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-Hiya.

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-What's your game?

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-What's your game?

-

-Sorry?

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-What did you say to Dylan?

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-What did you say to Dylan?

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-Oh.

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-Your little lover

-came running to complain, did he?

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-I was trying to help.

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-No, you weren't. I know you.

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-He's not my "lover".

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-Even if he was, what right

-do you have to dictate who I see?

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-It's my life

-and you have no right to interfere.

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-I can't help it.

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-I can't help it.

-

-What?

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-Come on.

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-Come on.

-

-Mathew.

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-We've got a history.

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-Oh.

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-That's in the past.

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-Is it?

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-You have to admit it.

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-There will always

-be something between us.

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-It doesn't matter

-who else is in our lives.

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-There will always

-be something there.

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-There's nothing

-either of us can do about it.

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-See you tomorrow.

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-Hey.

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-Where's Tom?

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-Where's Tom?

-

-He's asleep.

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-What's wrong now?

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-You hit Wil.

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-Ah.

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-He's given me up, has he?

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-No.

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-Wil had your back, poor thing.

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-You've just confirmed my suspicions.

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-How could you?

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-All he got was a little slap.

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-He's a schoolboy.

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-You gave him a black eye.

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-He was asking for it.

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-He's a child.

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-He's 18.

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-He was old enough

-to steal from this house.

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-Wil stole the money.

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-Wil stole the money.

-

-No.

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-He was dumb enough

-to take the blame for his sister.

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-You'd have punched Erin instead.

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-You'd have punched Erin instead.

-

-No.

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-What's the difference...

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-..between punching an 18-year-old

-girl and an 18-year-old boy?

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-I don't see a difference.

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-I don't see a difference.

-

-It was business.

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-It's got nothing to do with you.

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-Jac!

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-We need to have a chat.

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-I realize that things

-aren't the same between us...

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-..but this isn't right.

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-Who is this friend? What's going on?

-I'm not leaving until you tell me.

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-She's not my friend.

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-She's my sister.

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-She's here because...

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-..because my Dad is dying.

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-Wil said he stole the money.

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-But he didn't.

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-Whoever did it,

-it's not OK to attack them.

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-It's all over now.

-Can we forget about it?

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-Forget?

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-I have to live in this town, Barry.

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-What if Rhys or John find out?

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-They won't.

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-I'm so ashamed of you

-and you can't understand why.

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-You don't care about anyone

-but yourself.

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-Barry first

-and everyone else second.

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-I can't do this any more.

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-What?

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-You thought about nothing

-but that money.

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-You threatened Arthur and Jason.

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-You put your business

-ahead of your son...

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-..and worse than that

-lied to me about it.

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-We've been over this.

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-We've been over this.

-

-Yes, several times.

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-You haven't listened.

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-You haven't listened.

-

-I won't either.

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-I haven't hidden who I am

-or what I do from you.

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-This is who I am, Carys!

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-If you don't like it,

-you know where the door is.

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-In the cafe this morning,

-I couldn't help but notice...

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-..you and Dani.

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-What?

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-I thought you understood each other.

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-Has something happened?

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-No.

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-Something's wrong.

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-What has she done?

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-Exactly the same as everyone

-else is doing at the moment.

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-Sticking her nose in my business

-and telling me how to live my life.

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-I'm sure she's just worried

-about you.

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-We're all worried.

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-Did you ask her to speak to me?

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-Did you ask her to speak to me?

-

-No.

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-I asked her if she thought

-you were doing too much running.

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-Dad, that's my business.

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-It's nothing to do with you.

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-It definitely has nothing to do

-with David's ex.

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-Rhys.

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-Rhys.

-

-No, Dad.

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-I've had enough of people

-telling me what to do.

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-I don't drink, I don't take drugs.

-I go running.

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-Maybe I do it so I don't sit

-in the house being miserable.

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-If it makes me feel better,

-what's wrong with that?

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-Do you feel better?

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-It doesn't look like it to me.

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-What would David say?

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-He's not here, is he?

-So we'll never know.

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-I've got work to do, Dad.

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-# Even though we're angry

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-# Even though we're angry #

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-You never talk about your family.

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-You don't even go home

-over Christmas.

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-It's complicated.

-I don't see them any more.

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-Why?

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-My relationship with my father

-has always been difficult.

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-You do remember

-that my father is Wyn Humphreys?

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-Yes, but...

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-It's not like that.

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-Dad.

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-He's a bad guy.

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-He liked...

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-He liked to use his fists.

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-First on Mum.

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-And then...

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-I can never remember feeling

-anything but fear when I was home.

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-Oh, Jac!

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-I was one of those kids

-who looked forward...

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-..to going back to school on Monday.

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-That guy made our lives hell.

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-And now he's ill.

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-That's why my sister

-keeps contacting me.

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-He's dying

-and now he wants to see me.

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-He might want to apologise.

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-Maybe he wants forgiveness.

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-Maybe he wants forgiveness.

-

-He doesn't deserve it, Dani.

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-He won't get it from me.

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-That's why Bethan and I are arguing.

-I'm not going to see him.

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-You won't get another chance.

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-You don't want to regret it

-when it's too late.

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-I won't regret it, Dani.

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-I got rid of him from my life

-and that's how it's going to stay.

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-The world will be better

-without him.

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Yn dilyn honiadau Erin neithiwr mae Carys ar drywydd y gwir am Barry. Following Erin's allegations about Barry, Carys is on a mission to find out the truth.


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