Pennod 6 Rownd a Rownd


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Pennod 6

Mae Barry'n benderfynol o ddod i wybod lle mae'r pres wedi mynd o ddrôr y gegin. Barry is determined to find out what's happened to the money he'd hidden in the kitchen drawer.


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-A detention slip.

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-It wasn't my fault.

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-It wasn't my fault.

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-What happened?

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-I got caught with my phone on.

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-I got caught with my phone on.

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-By who?

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-Mathew Parry. It's not my fault.

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-Then whose is it?

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-Then whose is it?

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-Owain.

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-Sophie's lad?

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-Yes.

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-He's sneaky just like his mother.

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-I don't want to do the same thing

-as I did to you and Jonathan.

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-Michelle said as much.

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-I want to be a part of her life.

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-You will be, wherever she is.

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-Think about what's best for Siwan.

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-That's all I'm saying.

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-He was mocking my phone.

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-Can I have a proper phone, Mam?

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-Can I have a proper phone, Mam?

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-The phone you have is a proper one.

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-There's nothing dodgy

-about that money.

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-Why make such a fuss then?

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-Why make such a fuss then?

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-I need to pay people.

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-It's mine. I want to know

-where it is. Is that unreasonable?

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-# According to some,

-we ignore the signs

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-# In the end,

-we don't need to make excuses

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-# There's only one rule

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-# Nobody controls us

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-# Throw off your chains from winter

-to spring - nobody controls us #

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-How long will you be like this?

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-How long will you be like this?

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-Until I get my money back.

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-You don't still suspect Llio.

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-You don't still suspect Llio.

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-I suspect everyone.

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-Let's think who was there.

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-Your mother, was it her?

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-Of course not.

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-Your brother.

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-Our neighbours and friends, Barry.

-Rhys, Meical and Michelle.

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-It was too good a chance to miss.

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-I can't believe anyone would do it.

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-You missed Arthur.

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-Really?

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-He wouldn't.

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-He wouldn't.

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-Do you even know him?

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-He would.

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-Trainers for sports,

-lunch box...

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-..and the reading book,

-reading record book.

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-Is that everything?

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-Right, then.

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-Come on.

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-Where's Mam?

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-Come now,

-we don't want to be late for school.

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-A new coat?

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-It suits me, doesn't it?

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-It's very nice. It looks expensive.

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-It was last month.

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-I got a very good bargain.

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-The Christmas sales are quite good.

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-The Christmas sales are quite good.

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-A bargain's always good. Very nice.

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-Nice enough to go to Leeds?

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-Why are you going to Leeds?

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-We're both going to Leeds, Iris.

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-Are we? When?

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-Next weekend.

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-I thought I'd keep it as a surprise.

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-But I know you prefer

-to look forward to things.

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-I like both.

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-I'll have to think of a surprise

-for you when we arrive.

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-Tell Philip you won't be in the cafe

-next weekend.

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-I'll do that first thing.

-Thanks, Arthur. You're a good man.

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-Yes, I am.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Ta-ra.

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-I'll fetch you at three, sweetie.

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-Thanks.

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-You've got it together this morning.

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-You've got it together this morning.

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-Tip top.

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-It's a nuisance

-when Sioned's on holiday.

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-A bit. I don't need her today.

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-Bye.

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-Thanks.

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-You didn't come and fetch your car

-after I fixed it first thing.

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-I didn't need it.

-I'll fetch it later.

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-You'll need brake pads soon.

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-You'll need brake pads soon.

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-Why didn't you fit any?

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-You have around 2,000 miles

-left in them.

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-Bring it at the end of the month.

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-Bring it at the end of the month.

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-Alright.

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-Are you alright?

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-Okay.

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-What's up.

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-I'll tell you another time.

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-Hi, Barry.

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-Hi, Barry.

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-Alright?

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-I'll see you later.

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-I am. I'm very good.

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-I don't know how he'll be

-once I have a word with him.

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-Oh, dear.

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-Can I have Saturday off?

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-This Saturday?

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-This Saturday?

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-Yes.

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-Why? Where are you going?

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-Arthur's organised

-a weekend away for us.

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-Where to?

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-Leeds.

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-What's there?

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-What's there?

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-I don't know. I've never been.

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-He has to stay in every lunchtime

-for the rest of the week.

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-Poor thing.

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-He doesn't need much sympathy.

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-Although, this time - I didn't say

-this to him - it was Owain's fault.

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-Sophie's boy?

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-Sophie's boy?

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-Yes.

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-What did he do?

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-What did he do?

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-He made fun of Robbie's phone.

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-Sophie thinks butter wouldn't melt.

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-Here's your chance to give her

-a piece of your mind.

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-Is she out there?

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-Is she out there?

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-On her way to the shop, I think.

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-Right.

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-Excuse me.

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-What do you have to say now?

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-What do you have to say now?

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-About what?

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-Don't you dare suggest Robbie lead

-Owain astray this time.

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-What are you on about?

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-What are you on about?

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-Don't act all innocent.

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-You know it's Owain's fault

-that they're both in detention.

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-I don't know where you got that idea

-but Owain's not on detention.

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-Yes, he is. They both are.

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-You must have misunderstood.

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-Or Robbie's been lying again.

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-Owain phoned Robbie during a lesson.

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-Owain phoned Robbie during a lesson.

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-Did Robbie tell you that?

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-Yes.

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-Well.

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-I wouldn't place much faith

-in what he tells you, Lowri.

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-Excuse me.

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-Just the guy I wanted to see.

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-Just the guy I wanted to see.

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-Not now, Meical.

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-It's payday today, Barry.

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-It's payday today, Barry.

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-Later.

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-Hey, what are you doing?

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-What's wrong with you?

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-What's wrong with you?

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-Is this a new coat?

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-Let it go, what's wrong with you?

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-Let it go, what's wrong with you?

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-I want it all back, Arthur.

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-You want what back?

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-You want what back?

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-You know what I'm talking about.

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-Do you have it on you?

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-Excuse me. What are you looking for?

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-You know what I'm looking for.

-The envelope, where is it?

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-What envelope?

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-What envelope?

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-The one you stole from my house.

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-The one with cash in it.

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-I haven't seen an envelope

-let alone steal one.

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-Yes, you have.

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-Yes, you have.

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-No.

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-I hear you're going away

-for the weekend.

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-I am.

-I'm taking your mother with me.

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-Where did you get the money

-for that? You stole from me.

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-Did you hide it in the house?

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-Did you hide it in the house?

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-Hide what?

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-When I prove you took the money,

-you'll regret ever meeting me.

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-Look, I don't know

-what you're talking about, Barry.

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-Hey!

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-You've ripped my coat now!

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-You'll pay for this, sonny!

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-It cost me over 100.

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-Do you hear me?

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-Running during your lunch hour?

-I look lazy!

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-I have to shape up.

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-I'm running the race

-instead of Erin as she's injured.

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-Fair play.

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-David would be very proud of you.

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-I don't know about that.

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-I don't know about that.

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-Of course he would.

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-He'd be glad

-that you were trying to move on.

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-Thanks. You too, Dani.

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-Go, I don't want

-to disturb your training.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Hey. Have you thought more

-about what I said?

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-Yes.

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-You don't need to worry.

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-It's all running like a watch.

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-I'm finishing in time

-to pick her up from school.

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-That's just today.

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-But, I'm hoping

-all goes well for you and Siwan.

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-Thanks. We'll be fine.

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-Are you finished?

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-Are you finished?

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-Yes, we've lost a job.

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-Oh.

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-Mrs Alsop's daughter's divorced.

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-What does that mean?

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-What does that mean?

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-She's moving in with her mother.

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-She does her own cleaning.

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-Poor things.

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-That's a big loss.

-It's three hours a week.

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-He's really lost it this time.

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-Who?

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-Look at my coat. It's brand new.

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-It's the first time I wore it.

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-What happened?

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-Barry! He was like a wild man.

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-He didn't look too happy.

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-Didn't look too happy?

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-He's attacked me.

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-You're exaggerating.

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-No, I'm not.

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-He grabbed me

-and pushed me against the van.

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-What have you done, Arthur?

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-What have you done, Arthur?

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-I haven't done anything.

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-Really?

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-Really?

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-No!

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-You must have done something.

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-You must have done something.

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-No!

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-He's attacked me and I don't know

-what I'm supposed to have done.

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-Where is he now?

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-I don't know. What are you

-going to do about it? Look.

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-Is Siwan on her way?

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-Is Siwan on her way?

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-She's gone.

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-With who?

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-With who?

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-With her Mum. Dentist's appointment.

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-When did they leave?

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-When did they leave?

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-Two o'clock.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-# Do you see #

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-Listen Cathryn,

-I know exactly what your game is.

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-I don't care if you're halfway

-to Swansea...

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-..turn around

-and bring Siwan back.

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-You can't do this to me!

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-Did you know about this?

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-Did you know about this?

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-Know what?

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-Cathryn's been to the school.

-She's taken Siwan.

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-Where?

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-Where?

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-I don't know, Swansea.

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-What are you going to do?

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-What are you going to do?

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-I'm going to get Siwan back.

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-Do you know what's wrong with Barry?

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-Do you know what's wrong with Barry?

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-Why, what's he done?

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-What's wrong with you?

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-There's nothing wrong with me.

-I assume you've seen Arthur.

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-Yes, he says you attacked him.

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-Plenty more where that came from.

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-Plenty more where that came from.

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-You ruined his new coat too.

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-What's the idiot done this time?

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-Nothing.

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-Nothing.

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-According to him.

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-Oh.

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-So he stole the envelope.

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-So he stole the envelope.

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-I haven't proven anything yet.

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-But I will.

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-But I will.

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-Prove what?

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-What envelope?

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-An envelope full of cash disappeared

-from my house during Tom's birthday.

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-Enjoy your weekend in Leeds.

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-I hear Arthur's paying.

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-I'm sure she's told you

-about this morning.

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-We've got more important things

-to discuss than Robbie.

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-Oh, that.

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-Oh, that.

-

-Yes, that.

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-I know teachers' work

-can be difficult...

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-..particularly when their partner's

-children are involved.

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-We try our best to be impartial.

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-You try and fail.

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-You have to treat the kids equally.

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-You have to treat the kids equally.

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-I agree.

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-I know Robbie isn't an angel.

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-I know Robbie isn't an angel.

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-Far from it, in fact.

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-No. He does lie

-but I believe him this time.

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-You've got rose-tinted glasses.

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-You've got rose-tinted glasses.

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-He insists it was Owain's fault.

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-Why drag Owain into it?

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-Do you think Owain should have

-a sterner punishment than Robbie?

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-Sterner?

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-Sterner?

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-No, I don't expect that.

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-The same would be fair.

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-He got the same.

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-Exactly the same.

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-Exactly the same.

-

-What?

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-Sophie didn't realise Owain

-was on detention.

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-They've both been punished

-with the same amount of detention.

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-Didn't he tell you, Sophie?

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-# Life is over

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-# You

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-# You're on your own

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-# You are half a man #

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-Oi! What are you doing?

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-Oi! What are you doing?

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-Don't you have homework?

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-No.

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-No.

-

-Sure?

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-You're not sitting there all night.

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-You're not sitting there all night.

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-What am I supposed to do then?

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-Do something to help for once.

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-Do something to help for once.

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-Fine, like what?

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-Take that to the bin to start with.

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-Take that to the bin to start with.

-

-I'll do it later.

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-Now, Robbie.

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-Do you want to know a secret?

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-Do you want to know a secret?

-

-What?

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-Come here.

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-When women are angry

-with you...

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-..just do little things

-to please them.

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-You'll get left alone then.

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-Like what?

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-Well,

-I've been told to mop this floor.

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-If you did it, maybe your mother

-would be happier with you.

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-Keen?

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-What do you say?

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-Anything for some peace and quiet.

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-She had a dentist's appointment.

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-Why didn't you say?

-I could have taken her.

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-I wanted to take her.

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-You can't stop me from seeing her.

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-I can stop you going to Swansea.

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-This is her home

-and she's staying here.

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-Wyn!

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-Wyn!

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-I want Mam.

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-I want Mam.

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-Open this door.

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-INSISTENT KNOCKING

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-INSISTENT KNOCKING

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-Wyn!

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-You can't do this.

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-Wyn!

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-Wyn, you can't do this.

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-Well?

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-Well?

-

-Yes.

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-Yes, what?

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-I phoned Robbie during class.

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-You had a letter...

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

-

-..to give to me.

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-Yes, sorry.

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-Go to your room.

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-Why didn't he tell you?

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-Why didn't he tell you?

-

-Why didn't you tell me?

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-Instead of letting me make a fool

-of myself in front of Lowri.

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-That was Owain's job, not Mathew's.

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-That was Owain's job, not Mathew's.

-

-Did anyone ask for your opinion?

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-What?

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-Where's his money?

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-Where's his money?

-

-What money?

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-Don't act all innocent.

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-Barry's envelope full of cash.

-Give it back to him.

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-I don't believe this.

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-How could you suspect me

-of such a thing?

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-How did you pay for that coat

-and this trip to Leeds next week?

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-Like this.

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-I won on the horses.

-Are you happy now?

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-You should be ashamed.

-You and that hoodlum son of yours.

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-Sorry.

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-Hey, have you seen this?

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-I hear Sglein want to buy him,

-Lowri.

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-Has he done a good job?

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-I could eat supper off this floor.

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-What are you doing!

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-Don't walk through here.

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-Where else should I walk?

0:16:360:16:38

-Where else should I walk?

-

-Look at this mess!

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-Start again.

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-Mam!

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-Hi, Love.

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-Are you alright?

0:16:570:16:59

-Come here.

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-Mia, no!

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-What's wrong?

0:17:070:17:09

-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

-

-No!

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-Mia, why did you do that?

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-She put my phone in the bucket.

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-It doesn't work.

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-It doesn't work.

-

-Let's see.

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-It doesn't work.

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-It doesn't work.

-

-You did it.

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-What? No!

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-What? No!

-

-Tell the truth.

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-No, why would I?

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-To get a new phone.

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-No, Mam. Mia did it.

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-Really.

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-Really.

-

-Don't lie.

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-I know you did.

-I can tell from your face.

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-Why are you being so selfish?

0:17:400:17:42

-Why are you being so selfish?

-

-But, Mam!

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-You think of nobody but yourself.

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-I try my best with you

-and this is how you pay me back.

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-# You

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-# You're on your own #

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-Call me when you get there.

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-Alright.

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-I'll see you soon. Alright?

0:18:130:18:17

-Come here.

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Mae Barry'n benderfynol o ddod i wybod lle mae'r pres wedi mynd o ddrôr y gegin. Barry is determined to find out what's happened to the money he'd hidden in the kitchen drawer.