Pennod 25 Rownd a Rownd


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Pennod 25

Hefo pwy mae Wil yn cysylltu trwy'r amser? Dyna'r cwestiwn sydd ar wefusau pawb. Who is Wil contacting all the time? That's the question on everyone's lips.


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-Tell me when everyone

-is ready to see me.

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-Alright.

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-Why didn't you go to Mathew?

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-He wasn't in his room.

-He was with Miss James.

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-What was he doing there?

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-I don't know, talking, discussing.

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-Subtitles

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-"Don't forget. Shed, 9.30!"

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-"Is everything alright?"

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-"Call me, please."

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-Can I have some tea, Dad?

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-The kettle is there.

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-Big night last night?

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-Big night last night?

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-Rather.

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-I heard you get back.

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-I heard you get back.

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-I tried to be quiet.

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-You were unsuccessful.

-It was after two.

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-Do you have to make so much noise?

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-Where did Wil go?

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-Where did Wil go?

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-Out.

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-What?

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-What?

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-He was on his phone.

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-Did you ask him?

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-Did you ask him?

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-Ask him what?

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-Does he have a girlfriend or what?

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-Does he have a girlfriend or what?

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-He won't say anything.

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-He'll tell us in his own time.

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-Maybe he's embarrassed.

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-Why would he be embarrassed?

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-I don't know.

-Maybe she's an old divorcee.

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-Maybe she works in a pizza place.

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-Maybe she works in a pizza place.

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-I doubt that.

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-Hiya.

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-Cuppa? Erin's making one.

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-Thanks. Is Rhys home?

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-He just left.

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-He just left.

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-It's good that he's not really.

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-What do you have there?

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-It's an article

-I cut out of the paper.

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-About how families

-can support people who are grieving.

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-It might be good for you

-and Wil to read it.

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-Thanks, we will.

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-Is he getting better?

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-He's been for a session with the

-therapist. He says he's going again.

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-Very good.

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-I'll see you later.

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-Thanks.

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-She's nice.

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-Yes.

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-Wash it, please.

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-Dry it too.

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-I don't know why everyone

-expects me to clear up after them.

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-I'll do it later.

-I've got things to do.

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-We have to tell the girls.

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-Not now, Chelle.

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-I've got it. She had it!

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-You said I could borrow it.

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-If you give them back, it's fine.

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-You can't borrow it again.

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-You can't borrow it again.

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-Tell her, Mam!

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-Could you sit down for a second?

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-What's up?

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-We want a word.

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-We want a word.

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-About what?

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-The mess in this place.

-Clean up after yourselves.

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-I'll clear it now, alright?

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-Happy?

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-Dani.

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-Dani.

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-If I don't go, I'll be late.

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-I'm meeting Kylie.

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-We'll be tidier from now on.

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-I will too.

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-Bye!

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-Sian's right.

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-It's worth reading.

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-I will when I've woken up.

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-What pleasure do you get from

-suffering like this every weekend?

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-I had a lot of fun last night.

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-I had a lot of fun last night.

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-Is it worth it this morning?

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-I'm sure you did the same

-when you were young.

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-If you remember that far back.

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-I was more sensible than you.

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-It's a pity you're not sensible now.

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-It's a pity you're not sensible now.

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-What do you mean?

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-You and Sian.

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-What about us?

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-Stop playing the innocent.

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-What are you saying?

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-What are you saying?

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-You're both dallying.

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-Especially you.

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-Do you think so?

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-Do you think so?

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-I do.

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-It's obvious that you like her.

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-Well...

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-Well...

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-Dad, you're head over heels.

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-It's so obvious.

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-The race, the hospital,

-the cheque...

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-..how you perk up when she walks in.

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-Stop being so stubborn.

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-Stubborn? Me?

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-Yes, you're too pig-headed.

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-You both are.

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-You're expecting a baby, Dad.

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-Come on, will you?

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-Neither of you

-are getting any younger.

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-Have you seen Barry?

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-Have you seen Barry?

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-No.

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-How long have you been here?

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-How long have you been here?

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-Before nine.

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-Unless he came

-in the last twenty minutes.

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-I've been here for twenty minutes.

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-I've been here for twenty minutes.

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-Do you want to leave a message?

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-I'm trying to get in.

-I've got work to do.

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-I'll tell him you were here.

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-I'll tell him you were here.

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-I'll look for him.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-Should I order that monthly?

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-Should I order that monthly?

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-No, it's fine.

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-I only order one, in case it goes.

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-I'll get it somewhere else.

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-Mathew's running.

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-Is he?

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-Is he?

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-He won't be long.

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-Aren't you going to wait? Oh.

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-Here he is.

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-Hi.

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-Is there something wrong

-with your phone?

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-No, I don't think so.

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-Did you get my text this morning?

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-Did you get my text this morning?

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-Yes.

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-Is Barry here?

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-Is Barry here?

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-No.

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-He isn't at the house either.

-Where is he?

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-He went somewhere an hour ago.

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-Did he leave a key for me?

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-Did he leave a key for me?

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-A key for what?

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-The shed.

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-The shed.

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-You've got a key.

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-Yes, I have a key to the shed.

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-I don't have a key to the padlock

-your brother's added to it.

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-I don't have a key either, sorry.

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-I don't have a key either, sorry.

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-Great.

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-Have you tried phoning him?

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-Have you tried phoning him?

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-Of course, Jason! I'm not stupid.

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-Look, it's little Tom.

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-How is he today?

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-How is he today?

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-He's happy as can be.

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-Carys should have given him a helmet

-before you took him.

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-We know what happened last time.

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-Take no notice of him.

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-Here you go, Philip.

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-Here you go, Philip.

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-Thanks, Glenda.

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-Good service!

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-All day, every day.

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-I wish someone looked after me

-like that at school.

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-I'm sure you get enough attention.

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-Can one of you help me, please?

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-What are your plans today?

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-I haven't arranged anything.

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-I'll think of something

-over my cuppa and bacon sandwich.

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-Here comes the bacon!

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-Oh, it's for you.

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-What have you done to Glenda?

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-I have no idea, Iris.

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-I'll take this upstairs, I think.

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-I'll take this upstairs, I think.

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-Very wise.

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-Someone's stolen Glenda's porridge.

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-She was in a bad mood here earlier.

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-You must have offended Sophie.

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-I couldn't imagine what.

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-I couldn't imagine what.

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-You and Llio, I'd say.

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-Llio?

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-Llio?

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-Yes.

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-Glenda was sharp with her too.

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-Well?

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-No idea.

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-Are you sure?

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-I'm certain.

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-You'd better head

-for the source then.

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-What? Ask Sophie?

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-Or Glenda.

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-Which one?

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-Which one?

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-I don't know.

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-Which one scares you least?

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-Wouldn't it be better

-to wait for Barry?

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-I don't have time to wait.

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-I don't have time to wait.

-

-I'm not sure this is a good idea.

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-I have to get in here now.

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-Hold it further up.

-It makes it easier.

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-Great. Here you go, Rhys. Thanks.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Oh, come in.

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-I was going to town

-when you headed over earlier.

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-Yes. Come in.

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-You don't usually knock.

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-Oh, yes. Habit.

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-I should stop just walking in.

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-I've brought the file.

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-Oh, yes. I didn't want

-to talk about the baby.

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-No? What do you want then?

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-Um, well...

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-Is everything alright?

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-Is everything alright?

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-Oh, yes, of course it is.

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-What do you want then?

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-Take a seat.

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-Cuppa?

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-Cuppa?

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-No thanks.

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-Alright.

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-What's up, John?

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-Have we been too stubborn?

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-A bit too obstinate maybe?

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-Me more than you.

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-About what?

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-About what?

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-The two of us.

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-The relationship

-between the two of us.

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-The kids do say

-that I can be a bit obstinate.

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-Sometimes.

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-Everyone can be a bit stubborn

-at times. Everyone.

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-That includes me.

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-Yes, people do things

-and then regret them later.

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-Sometimes, they're too stubborn to

-admit it to themselves and others.

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-I understand what you mean.

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-I understand what you mean.

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-Do you?

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-I think so.

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-Do I?

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-Well, what I'm saying is...

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-..why don't we stop this silliness?

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-Why don't we get back together?

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-Well, if you want to.

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-Can I come in?

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-What have I done?

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-I'd think you should know that.

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-No, I don't, Sophie.

-I wouldn't ask otherwise.

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-If you don't tell me, I won't know.

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-What's the problem?

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-I didn't think there was a problem.

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-But, clearly, there is one.

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-But, clearly, there is one.

-

-Sophie.

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-I thought we were alright.

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-I thought we were alright.

-

-So did I.

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-Until I found out

-about you and Llio.

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-Me and Llio?

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-Yes, you and Llio.

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-Don't look so innocent.

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-Cheese and tomato sandwich?

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-Cheese and tomato sandwich?

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-Yes.

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-Oh, Arthur.

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-Oh, Arthur.

-

-Thanks.

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-You get less cheese

-when Glenda makes the sandwich.

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-And fewer slices of tomato too.

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-If you can, always ask Iris

-to make you a sandwich.

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-Glenda fills the plate

-with lettuce for some reason.

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-I'm not saying

-it's not good for you.

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-I'm not keen on lettuce.

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-As interesting as this all is...

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-..excuse me for a moment.

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

-

-Yes.

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-How are your mother

-and Meical today?

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-Mam's angry as usual.

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-They're alright otherwise. Why?

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-I'm sure they're still worried about

-the taxman. I did offer my help.

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-What taxman?

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-Don't you know?

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-Know what?

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-When Owain came to the door,

-that's where you were, in her room.

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-Is that all this is?

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-Is that all this is?

-

-What do you mean, is that it?

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-What were you doing there?

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-What were you doing there?

-

-Working.

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-At night?

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-At night?

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-Organizing the next day.

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-We were on a trip together.

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-We had a timetable to arrange

-for a group of children.

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-When else were we going to do that?

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-Was there nowhere else

-you could do it?

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-You and her in her room.

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-Llio, me and Dylan.

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-Was he there too?

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-Yes.

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-Didn't Owain say that?

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-No.

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-Is he trying to undermine me?

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-I looked after him on that trip.

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-I know about your history with Llio.

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-It's only natural

-that I suspect the worst.

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-I'm glad you feel strongly enough

-about me to be jealous.

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-But, seriously...

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-..you've got nothing to worry about.

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-I hope so.

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-I'm telling the truth.

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-You've got no idea

-how much I missed you.

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-You not answering your phone for

-the last two days has been awful.

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-I'm glad you missed me.

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-Now that you know the truth...

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-..can we forget it all, please?

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-I got this top to go with the jeans.

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-This top goes with them too.

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-I got earrings too.

-Do you like them?

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-Nice.

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-I got socks and a chain.

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-I got socks and a chain.

-

-You've been spending!

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-Not really,

-I've got some money left.

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-Very nice, Britt.

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-Why didn't you tell me?

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-Tell you what?

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-Tell you what?

-

-The fine from the taxman!

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-How do you know?

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-Dad!

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-Why tell him and not me?

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-# Long anchors stop you moving on

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-# You throw them out

-to calm your mind

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-# Long anchors stop you moving on

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-# You throw them

-out to calm your mind

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-# There's wet weather

-and a ship in my mind

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-# There's wet weather

-and a ship in my mind

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-# There's wet weather

-and a ship in my mind

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-# There's wet weather

-and a ship in my mind #

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-Rhys! Rhys!

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-Do you know about this?

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-We haven't done anything wrong.

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-Well, apart from not

-keeping our paperwork in order.

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-The taxman thinks

-we haven't paid enough.

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-For how long?

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-For how long?

-

-Since we started Sglein.

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-Have they made a mistake?

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-No.

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-We'll have to pay them.

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-How much do you owe?

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-How much do you owe?

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-A lot.

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-Mam.

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-Quite a lot.

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-It can't be that much.

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-You're a small business.

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-We have to pay what we owe

-and it's doubled as a fine.

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-How much, Mam?

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-22,000.

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-How much?

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-Another cuppa?

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-Shall we go for lunch?

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-Shall we go for lunch?

-

-Yes, that would be nice.

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-Dad's here somewhere.

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-He can babysit.

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-I'm going to the toilet.

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-# It's nothing new,

-no, it's nothing new

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-# So many promises

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-# They get thrown out the window

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-# It's always the same mess #

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-Alright, thanks.

-We'll see you in half an hour.

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-Bye.

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-Ready?

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-Ready?

-

-Alright.

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

-

-What do you think you're doing?

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-I didn't have a choice.

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-We arranged to meet at half nine.

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-I had an emergency.

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-You've got a phone.

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-You could have left me a key.

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-You could have left me a key.

-

-I said an emergency.

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-I've got no time to play childish

-games with you. I had work to do.

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-Here you go.

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-I don't need a key for that.

-I'll work here.

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-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.

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Hefo pwy mae Wil yn cysylltu trwy'r amser? Dyna'r cwestiwn sydd ar wefusau pawb. Who is Wil contacting all the time? That's the question on everyone's lips.