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Pennod 21

Mae pethau'n mynd o ddrwg i waeth rhwng Barry a Carys ac mae Meical yn derbyn gwahoddiad gan Ron. Things go from bad to worse between Barry and Carys and Meical gets an invitati...


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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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-Here we are. Sorry about this.

-I'm sure Jac won't be long.

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-Yeah, sorry, Steve.

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-Yes, your order

-will be a little late.

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-No, there's no problem, honestly.

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-My son had an accident.

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-No, he's fine now.

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-You'll have the curtains

-in the next day or two.

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-There we are, thanks.

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-Will they be ready in a day or two?

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-If that delivery arrives

-and if Barry grows up.

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-Wouldn't it be better for you,

-Tom and your work...

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-..if you went home

-and sorted things?

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-Are we becoming a nuisance?

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-Not at all.

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-Not at all.

-

-Jac doesn't think so.

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-I think Jac's got something else

-on his mind at the moment.

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-Like what?

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-I don't know.

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-Don't change the subject!

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-Will you talk to Barry today?

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-If Barry wants to talk to me,

-he knows where I am.

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-He's the one who needs

-to apologise, not me!

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-I'm not going to come running...

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-..after he told me

-I was welcome to leave.

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-I don't want you to suffer

-because you're stubborn.

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-He's the stubborn one, not me!

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-He'll be crawling back like a puppy.

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-Right. Well, good luck with that.

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-Are you expecting money

-or something?

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-I wish. Anything for me?

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-This.

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-This.

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-Really?

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-It says "To Meical and the family".

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-It says "To Meical and the family".

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-What is it?

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-Let me open it first.

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-Let me open it first.

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-No need to be touchy.

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-It's an invite to the official

-opening of Ron's new pub.

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-In Newport?

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-Is that where he lives?

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-When?

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-Next Sunday.

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-He always leaves things

-to the last minute.

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-Are we all going?

-Can we stay in a hotel?

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-Shouldn't you be at school?

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-Shouldn't you be at school?

-

-I'm going now.

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-Hopefully,

-they'll be in a better mood there.

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-We'll discuss

-this invite tonight, Brit.

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-Call your dad.

-Tell him we can't come.

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-Why?

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-We can't celebrate with this fine

-hanging over our heads.

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-We don't know how bad that will be.

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-If you stay this angry, the girls

-will know something's wrong.

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-Something is wrong!

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-A trip might be

-a good way to forget that.

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-I'm not going to Newport, Meical.

-Now come on.

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-I thought we didn't have

-anything until 10.30.

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-The van needs to be cleaned.

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-Mam said she'll babysit tonight.

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-I'll pick you up around six.

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-Great.

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-It'll be nice

-to have a night to ourselves.

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-I look forward to it.

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-Alright, Llio?

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-Alright, Llio?

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-Great, thanks.

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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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-I've got my car.

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-She's prickly.

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-Right, I'll see you tonight.

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-If Jac isn't here in the next

-five minutes, I'll cut your hair.

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-Alright, thanks.

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-Sorry. I won't be long.

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-Do you think he's alright?

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-Do you think he's alright?

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-I hope so.

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-Did you hear from him yesterday?

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-Did you hear from him yesterday?

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-No, nothing.

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-I didn't text him.

-I didn't want to be nosy.

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-It's hard.

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-Maybe he's gone down south

-to his father?

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-He wouldn't go without telling us.

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-He wouldn't go without telling us.

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-No.

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-Have you checked with Philip

-in case he called to say something?

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-I have and he hasn't.

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-Sorry, sorry.

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-Sorry, Dona.

-I'll be with you in two minutes.

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-You're still in North Wales then.

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-It's a pity we can't get paid

-to do this.

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-If you say anything about

-getting cash from ourselves.

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-Listen, Chelle.

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-Look.

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-She's heading in to the Lion's den.

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-Hi, Carys.

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-Hi, Carys.

-

-Hiya.

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-Everyone alright?

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-Everyone alright?

-

-Great, thanks.

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-Alright, Barry?

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-Come in.

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-There we are, call again

-to make an appointment.

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-Bye.

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-His phone's been quiet so far.

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-His sister must have realised

-he didn't want to speak to her.

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-His phone is quiet

-because he turned it off.

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-Really?

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-Really?

-

-I saw him do it earlier.

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-He doesn't plan

-on talking to her then.

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-And has no intention of

-heading down south.

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-It's silly to turn his phone off.

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-What if his father died...

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-What I mean is, what if something

-happens to his father?

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-His sister would need to

-get in touch then.

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-Yes, poor guy.

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-There's nothing we can do.

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-No.

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-Whee!

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-Have you forgotten anything?

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-Have you forgotten anything?

-

-These will do for now.

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-I'll pack the rest of the stuff.

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-Let me know when you

-want to fetch it.

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-Right then, Tom.

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-Right then, Tom.

-

-Alright, mate.

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-It's time to go.

-Mam wants to stop the fun.

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-Don't use him to win points.

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-I'm not trying to win anything.

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-Do you want me to carry anything?

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-Do you want me to carry anything?

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-No, I'll be fine.

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-There we are then.

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-Has a parcel arrived for me?

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-I haven't hidden anything.

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-Is it important?

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-It doesn't matter.

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-You're not going anywhere

-without saying goodbye to Dad.

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-Mwah!

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-Come on then.

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-I photocopied these for you.

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-They're your notes

-for the trip to St Fagans.

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-Oh, yes, sorry.

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-I think there are enough there.

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-I think there are enough there.

-

-Thank you.

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-What's Meirwen Ellis like?

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-Is she fun?

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-Not really, why?

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-Will you have to share with her?

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-Will you have to share with her?

-

-I'd rather sleep on the bus.

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-Don't forget the meeting at 2.30

-in my classroom.

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-Thanks for these.

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-Thanks for these.

-

-You're welcome.

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-Llio, do you have a minute?

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-No, I was supposed to be in the

-sixth form lounge five minutes ago.

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-Is the lady of the house here?

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-Not at the moment.

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-Does she still want things

-sent to her at this address?

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-Or to Llio's house.

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-Oh.

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-Oh, I see. That's where she is.

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-Is she gone forever?

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-I don't know, Arthur.

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-Iris said it was sad

-without the little one.

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-Has she taken him with her?

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-If it's a parcel for Carys,

-take it to Llio's house.

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-Life's not that easy.

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-I'm not allowed to do that.

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-There are no directions

-to take it elsewhere.

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-Give it to me then.

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-Give it to me then.

-

-Yes, alright.

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-Hey.

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-It'll give you an excuse

-to go and see her.

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-You never know she might...

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-..forgive you.

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-Hello.

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-How are you?

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-Not too bad.

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-If you need anything,

-don't forget where we are.

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-Thanks, I'm fine.

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

-

-Hiya.

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-How are you?

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-Have you ordered?

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-Have you ordered?

-

-Yes.

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-Can I have a baked potato

-and coleslaw, please, Iris?

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-Thanks.

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-Sorry, I'm late.

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-It's alright, you're not.

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-Have you had a good morning?

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-Not really, no.

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-He didn't come running then.

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-I went to the house.

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-I went to the house.

-

-And?

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-He didn't get down on his knees.

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-He didn't get down on his knees.

-

-Did you make any effort to go back?

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-I don't want to go back

-on his terms.

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-What is this?

-A game to see who blinks first?

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-I don't want to play a game.

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-I don't want to play a game.

-

-It already sounds like a game to me.

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-Oh well, it looks like I'm going

-to see a lot more of you!

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-How was your morning?

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-How was your morning?

-

-Quite similar to yours.

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-Mathew?

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-He's asked for a "word"

-twice already.

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-Not to tell you he loves you again.

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-I don't think so.

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-From what I saw this morning,

-he loves Sophie today.

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-We're not having much luck

-with men at the moment.

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-Here's the only man

-I want in my life!

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-Hello, Dani's!

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-Oh, hi.

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-Alright.

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-Um, I'm not sure what to say.

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-Are you sure you don't

-want to do anything?

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-I'll try. Give me a minute.

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-Who's there?

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-Um, Jac.

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-Your sister wants a word.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Do you want to talk about it?

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-I'm sure you've got better things

-to do than listen to me.

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-Don't be silly.

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-Dani and I can see

-you're having a hard time.

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-We're here to listen.

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-We're here to listen.

-

-What did Dani tell you?

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-Do you know Dani?

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-No, um,

-just that your father isn't well.

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-Your sister came up

-to persuade you to go and see him.

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-She said you don't have

-a good relationship with him.

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-That's an understatement.

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-That's an understatement.

-

-You don't have to say anything.

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-No, no, no.

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-It's nice to talk about it.

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-It's just difficult

-to put it into words.

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-Nobody really understands

-what I've been through.

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-Was he nasty?

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-What? Did he beat you?

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-Yes.

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-That's why I didn't talk about

-my family when I came up here.

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-And we tried our best to be nosy.

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-You've been great.

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-I'm so thankful.

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-It's fine.

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-What are you going to do now?

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-Um.

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-In my mind...

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-..I buried my father years ago.

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-I don't want to be there

-when they do it for real.

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-The only thing I'll tell you is...

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-..you're such a lovely person.

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-Nobody would believe

-what you've been through.

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-We're always here for you.

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-Sorry, Jac. Delyth is here.

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-Sorry, I didn't notice the time.

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-Not that I want to disturb you.

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-Alright, Dani?

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-Yes. I'm a bit busy.

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-Did you speak to Rhys

-after we spoke?

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-Yes.

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-Did you tell him he was doing too

-much and not looking after himself.

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-I wasn't being nosy.

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-Whatever you did, he's listened.

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-So, thanks.

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-How is he now?

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-I would say he's perked up.

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-Very good.

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-Busy?

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-I've got loads to do.

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-You won't get paid for wasting time.

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-Who are you? Dad?

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-Sorry.

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-Listen, do you fancy a pint

-or a curry or something this week?

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-We'll see.

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-We'll see.

-

-Why?

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-Are you too busy?

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-Look, you know where I am

-if you want something.

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-Thanks.

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-I don't know where my head's at.

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-I was bringing this over.

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-Sponsorship money for the race.

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-Oh, thanks.

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-I'd forgotten about it.

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-I'm supposed to present it

-to the hospital tomorrow.

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-Good luck, mate.

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-Did you get one of these?

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-Yes.

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-Are you going?

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-Are you going?

-

-Are you not going?

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-We haven't discussed it yet.

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-But it's a long way.

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-It's a terrible road.

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-It's a terrible road.

-

-We'll go through England.

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-That road's fine.

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-We'll drive if you don't want to.

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-How many of you are coming, Meical?

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-I don't know yet. Dani left before

-the post arrived this morning.

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-She's just in there.

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-They don't seem very keen, Kay.

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-Dad would be

-very disappointed, Meical.

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-I don't know what we're doing yet.

-Are you closing?

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-Sunday's quiet

-and Vince is available.

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-Copa will need cleaning.

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-It'll do Wyn some good

-to use a duster once in a while.

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-It'll be fun!

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-It'll be fun!

-

-Yes, I know.

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-There we are, that's settled.

-Call your father.

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-We need to know how much room there

-is, in case we need to go elsewhere.

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-Put us down in pencil.

-I'll let you know tomorrow.

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-Don't forget, you're representing

-the school on this trip.

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-You'll all be wearing

-school uniform at St Fagans.

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-The last thing I want is a

-complaint about Glanrafon pupils.

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-I hope that's clear. Any questions?

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-Can we wear trainers, Miss?

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-Are trainers a part

-of your school uniform?

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-No.

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-No.

-

-That's your answer.

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-Do we catch the bus at school?

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-Of course,

-it's all down on the copy.

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-Gwyndaf.

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-Gwyndaf.

-

-I don't have one.

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-Do you want me to make more copies?

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-Um, no, it's alright.

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-Owain, can you give your copy

-to Gwyndaf?

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-I'm sure Mr Parry can make sure

-Owain's mother gets a copy tonight.

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-Thanks.

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-Oh.

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-How is Nain's little boy doing?

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-Everything will be alright.

-You'll see.

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-If I had a pound for every time

-I thought about leaving him.

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-You'd be a very rich woman.

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-Patience is a virtue.

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-How are you, Carys?

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-Not too bad.

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-Very good.

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-Did he bring you the delivery?

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-Did he bring you the delivery?

-

-Has it arrived?

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-I delivered it hours ago.

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-Why didn't you bring it

-to the shed or Llio's house?

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-Don't get angry with me.

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-I told him to bring it round

-to you with a bunch of flowers!

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-In my experience,

-flowers are a sign of guilt.

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-Listen, I don't know

-what Barry's done wrong, do I?

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-Precisely, let them sort it out.

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-If you ask me,

-you're better off without him.

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-Don't put them there.

-I've got potatoes in the sink.

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-Where should I put them?

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-Where should I put them?

-

-Outside.

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-Did you call your father?

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-Did you call your father?

-

-Kay is calling him.

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-Are they not going either?

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-Are they not going either?

-

-She's calling to say they're going.

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-She and Ken can't understand

-why we don't want to go.

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-I'd like to see the fuss they'd

-make if they'd had a tax letter.

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-Well, I couldn't tell them that.

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-You didn't tell them

-that we're going, did you?

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-Well, I tried to say it was too far

-and we had Copa to clean.

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-And it would cost too much

-to stay down there.

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-There's a chance

-Dad has room in the pub.

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-You want to go, don't you?

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-It would be nice to see him.

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-Even if it's just so he can see

-that Kay and I are getting along.

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-Call him to say I'm not coming.

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-Call him to say I'm not coming.

-

-Call him yourself.

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-Hiya, you're back, lad!

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-Hiya, you're back, lad!

-

-I've just seen Arthur.

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-Why didn't you call?

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-You know how important

-this work contract is to me, Barry.

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-I wasn't going to stick my nose...

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-..into an independent

-business woman's things.

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-Do you want help?

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-Do you want help?

-

-No, I'm fine.

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-There we are then.

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-Thanks, bye.

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-What was that out there earlier?

0:18:300:18:31

-What was that out there earlier?

-

-What?

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-You and Jac!

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-He was just telling me

-about his father.

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-I told you all of that.

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-Yes, I wasn't fishing.

-He wanted to talk.

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-Oh.

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-Jac, I've looked at the schedule

-for tomorrow and the day after...

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-..I'm not trying to be nosy...

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-..but if you want to see your

-father, we'll be fine.

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-I thought I made it clear

-to you two.

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-I'm not going anywhere.

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-If I do go somewhere,

-you'll be the first to know.

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-Barry!

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Mae pethau'n mynd o ddrwg i waeth rhwng Barry a Carys ac mae Meical yn derbyn gwahoddiad gan Ron. Things go from bad to worse between Barry and Carys and Meical gets an invitation from Ron.