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Mae hi'n ddiwrnod gwrandawiad llys Paul ac mae Steph yn benderfynol o fod yno. It's the day of Paul's court hearing and Steph is intent on being there but how will she view the ...


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-I wanted to mess with you.

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-Argh!

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-Make you cry.

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-And see...

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-Hey, it's OK. I'm here.

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-Aww, that's nice.

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-Aww!

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-He married me...

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-..although I was squashed

-into a humongous meringue.

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-But we almost got divorced

-when he stepped on the train.

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-He ripped it and I was tamping.

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-Twenty years later

-and it was all worth it.

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-Aww.

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-They're not for you.

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-I bet you Colin's forgotten.

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-Someone is on a mission.

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-Someone is on a mission.

-

-All will be revealed, Llywela.

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-Melanie Craig in Year 10

-has an amazing YouTube account.

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-Get the hint. Not wanted.

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-It won't make much difference

-if you're there or not.

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-It makes a difference to me.

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-I need this, Mei.

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-I need to look into his eyes.

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-OK.

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-I'm with you all the way, kiddo.

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-GIGGING

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-Oh, my god!

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-Oh, let them enjoy it.

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-It's not often they get

-goss like this to share.

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-I've made a tagine-esque dish

-in the slow cooker for tonight.

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-It got five stars in the review.

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-It got five stars in the review.

-

-Oh, great.

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-And there'll be plenty left...

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-And there'll be plenty left...

-

-..for tomorrow's lunchbox.

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-I can't wait to have

-the spicy turkey chilli today.

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-Waw... that boy is unbelievable.

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-That's what I call a beast.

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-You're giving James Bond

-a run for his money too.

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-Has he got a death wish?

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-He's just got his legs

-to work properly.

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-Anything for attention.

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-Anything for attention.

-

-Pathetic.

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-Hey...

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-Someone likes you.

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-Oh, yeah! They've arrived.

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-Can you put them in water, please?

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-I'm in a hurry.

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-DOOR OPENS

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-Do you get a kick out of doing that?

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-You did it this morning.

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-You should lock the bathroom door

-if you don't want to be disturbed.

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-You won't have to worry

-about that anymore.

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-Sign this and we can move on.

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-It's your copy...

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-..of the divorce.

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-In Welsh?

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-In Welsh?

-

-In Welsh.

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-Oh, and here is pen for you

-to sign it...

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-..now.

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-I'll look at it later.

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-In groups, I want you to discuss

-the four forces of evolution.

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-We'll report back at...

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-We'll report back at...

-

-Sorry, miss.

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-It isn't good enough, Nicky.

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-You can't expect

-special treatment here.

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-Go and sit down, please.

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-Nicky, sit, please.

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-TEXT MESSAGE

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-A pound in the box, miss.

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-We can put a tenner in.

-Season ticket.

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-LAUGHTER

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-Ha, ha. Thank you.

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-Get on with it.

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-"I hope you wore more than your coat

-to work. Round 2 tonight? Mr X!"

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-"I thought

-you had a new toy."

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-Oh, sorry.

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-Are you waiting for me?

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-What can I do for you?

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-What can I do for you?

-

-The projector has gone AWOL again.

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-I need it for the Mathletes trials.

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-I've got a spare one somewhere.

-Hold the door for me.

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-You workout a bit, don't you?

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-You workout a bit, don't you?

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-I have done in my time.

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-Would you show me the ropes?

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-This isn't some

-weird chat-up line, is it?

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-No.

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-I just want to be the best I can be.

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-Ah...

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-The lovely Annest Haf.

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-Yeah.

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-I've got stuff in my garage.

-Weights, punchbag.

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-You're welcome to come over.

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-Great. How about tonight?

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-Great. How about tonight?

-

-Tonight's a bit tricky.

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-Of course.

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-Give me a buzz

-when things are more settled.

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-Yeah, great, thanks.

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-Alright?

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-Not a sausage,

-after 20 years of marriage.

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-Not even a song on the

-Donny Dowlais request show.

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-Maybe he's arranged

-something for tonight.

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-He'd better had.

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-That's a bit sexist

-in this day and age.

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-You are allowed

-to take the initiative.

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-You can't have all

-this equality stuff you're own way.

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-You wouldn't say that if you had

-to pick up Colin's dirty pants.

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-The very least I deserve

-is a card and some wine.

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-Alright, just saying.

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-Come on, or we'll be late.

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-Oh, sorry.

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-Good luck.

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-I'm crossing everything.

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-Well, have you signed it?

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-It's a fair offer, Eurig.

-We split everything between us.

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-Half the house and pension.

-I don't want a penny...

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-Half of the pension?

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-Half of the pension?

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-Shh!

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-I haven't had my pension yet.

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-How can you have half?

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-How can you have half?

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-I don't have a big pension.

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-That isn't my fault.

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-I raised your children, Eurig.

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-I raised your children, Eurig.

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-Yes and I supported us.

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-Alright.

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-I'll tell my solicitor

-to expect a fight.

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-He's got no intention

-of signing those papers.

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-He's lived in

-a fool's paradise for years.

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-It's about time he wakes up

-and smells the coffee.

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-Right then,

-let's start with an easy one.

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-Ah, just in time.

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-Josh, once you've worked it out...

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-..raise your paper

-so I can record the time.

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-Right.

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-Ready?

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-Gruffydd is a History teacher

-at a school which has 600 pupils.

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-There are 30 more girls than boys.

-How many pupils are girls?

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-STOPWATCH BLEEPS

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-Well done.

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-Do you have the answer, Josh?

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-315, sir.

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-Correct.

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-How did you get the answer, Josh?

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-How did you get the answer, Josh?

-

-I worked out in my head, sir.

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-Next time, write it down, OK?

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-Right, let's move on

-to question two.

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-CAMERA SHUTTER

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-Hello?

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-OK, out!

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-I know someone's in there. Out!

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-It's me, Aled.

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-Oh, Aled, I thought it was

-some boys playing around.

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-This is photographic evidence

-of a leak.

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-The system's been dripping for a

-year and I've told Mei about it.

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-TEXT MESSAGE

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-Oh!

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-"An appetizer."

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-Have you seen Colin, Cer?

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-Is he marking?

-He's always marking these days.

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-Hmm.

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-Waw, Josh!

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-What did you eat for breakfast?

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-Well, right...

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-Josh, you'll captain the

-Porth-y-Glo Mathletes team.

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-Congratulations!

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-I foresee us going far.

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-I've also got some exciting news.

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-Round one of the competition

-will be here next Monday.

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-Your friends can come along

-and support you.

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-We're going to be awesome.

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-Alright, out!

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-# The minute you walked

-in the joint, bah-rah

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-# I could see you were

-a man of distinction

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-# A real big spender

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-# Good looking, so refined #

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-Oh, Donna...

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-# Say wouldn't you like to know

-what's going on in my mind?

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-# So, let me get right

-to the point, bah-rah

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-# I don't pop my cork

-for every man I see

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-# Hey, big spender

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-# Spend a little time with me #

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-Happy anniversary, Col.

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-Happy anniversary, Col.

-

-I'm so sorry.

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-It's alright.

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-Really?

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-Really?

-

-Really.

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-You've remembered for 19 years,

-so it was my turn to remember.

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-Do you remember the first time

-you sung that to me?

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-On our first holiday,

-at a karaoke bar in Saundersfoot.

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-You belted it out

-and fell asleep in the corner.

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-You bought me a kebab

-and what did you say?

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-It was fate

-because I love kebabs and you.

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-Donna kebab!

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-Well, maybe we can have

-a special kebab tonight...

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-..at that Lebanese restaurant

-you like.

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-Yeah, great.

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-Good.

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-Oh.

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-I love you, Colin Isaacs.

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-I love you too.

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-All rise, please.

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-Case listed

-for fitness to plea hearing.

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-Christopher Paul Murphy,

-you stand charged on indictment...

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-..with causing grievous bodily harm

-to Stephanie Ann Murphy...

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-..contrary to section 18, Offences

-Against the Person Act 1861.

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-Also an indictment

-of stalking offences...

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-..between 10 and 16 December 2015.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Goodnight.

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-Both of you will have to be on

-better terms before the baby comes.

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-She decided to shut me out.

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-There isn't a lot

-I can do about that.

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-Are you ready for a ride?

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-Are you ready for a ride?

-

-You're insane.

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-Being sane is boring.

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-I'm still waiting for your photo,

-unless you haven't got the guts.

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-Are you calling me boring,

-Aled Jenkins?

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-The judge is coming back in.

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-Listen up, boys!

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-We haven't got a coach.

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-Mr Whiley's on paternity leave,

-or whatever.

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-He's choosing the team

-for tonight's tournament.

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-Who's coaching us now?

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-Please tell me I'm hallucinating.

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-Right!

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-Don't stand around.

-One lap to warm up, boys.

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-And you.

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-Come on!

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-I'll be ready in ten minutes

-after I get changed.

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-You could've changed your shirt.

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-What about the one

-I bought you for Christmas?

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-It's too big.

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-You've got another one.

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-What about the striped one?

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-Do we have to go out?

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-I want to celebrate.

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-We haven't had a takeaway for ages.

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-No.

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-I don't want to hear you moan about

-how many lamb chunks are in a curry.

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-I'll go down the pub to see

-if my shift is still available.

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-It would be stupid to lose 30...

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-..just to celebrate something

-that happened ages ago.

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-Your Honour, I believe

-you've come to a decision.

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-Yes, thank you.

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-I have considered the evidence

-and submissions from the defence...

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-..and the submissions

-on behalf of the Crown.

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-I am satisfied that the defendant

-is fit to plead on the indictment...

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-..and therefore fit to stand trial.

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-This matter will be set down.

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-Your trial takes place on August 6

-with a time estimate of three days.

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-Job done.

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-Job done.

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-TEXT MESSAGE

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-"Still boring...?!"

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-"Home in 30.

-Come over. X."

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-Sorry I'm late!

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-I wanted to say sorry again.

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-I didn't want to hurt you, Math.

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-I realized that after

-the fifth cuppa in bed...

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-..and fourth day of

-you making my lunch...

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-..and the chocolates!

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-You don't need to do this.

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-No hard feelings. Everything's OK.

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-Have you been spending?

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-Yes. Mo Farah, watch out.

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-You? Running?

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-Yeah.

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-OMG! That's hilarious.

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-Cheeky! He's not even my type.

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-I was worried that

-you wouldn't have supper.

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-Chilli and garlic sauce.

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-Just the way you like it.

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-Sit down.

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-I'll find two forks

-and get you a pint.

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-No. Enjoy your food

-and I'll see you later.

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-Pint, please, Don.

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-Yeah.

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-Sorry.

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-I hope you're hungry.

-I bought the shop out of crisps.

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-I wanted to take you out

-to celebrate in style.

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-That's sexist. Why should it

-be up to me to treat you?

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-Mum used to bring us here,

-every chance she got.

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-We'd have competitions to see

-who could run to the top first.

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-Paul would always win.

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-I still remember the old Paul.

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-And then I see his face

-all twisted and cold.

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-I thought it was me.

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-My fault.

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-Being the cuckoo in the nest.

-Pushing him out.

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-That doesn't justify...

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-That doesn't justify...

-

-I know.

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-But when someone hates you

-that much...

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-..you want to know why.

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-You need to know why.

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-Even if you don't like the answer.

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-It's got to help,

-otherwise you just blame yourself.

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-Make up all sorts of reasons.

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-It's got to be better just knowing.

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-Steph, there's something I've been

-meaning to show you for a while.

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-What is it?

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-What is it?

-

-Just read it.

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-'Elysteg Rhiannon Jones.'

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-'Father, unknown,

-mother, Llywela...'

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-What the hell is this?

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-I found it with some stuff

-when I put those photos together.

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-It's got your date of birth on it.

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-Me?

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-No.

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-No, it can't be.

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-You think this is me.

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-You think Llywela is my mother.

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-Is this some kind of sick joke?

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-There's a photograph in there.

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-Who the hell do you think you are?

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-Listen, Steph...

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-Listen, Steph...

-

-No, you listen to me!

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-This has got nothing to do with you.

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-In fact, this has got

-nothing to do with me.

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-This is who I am.

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-Stephanie Ann Murphy.

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-Do you understand?

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-This has got nothing to do with me.

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-This has got nothing to do with me.

-

-Steph...

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-Steph!

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Mae hi'n ddiwrnod gwrandawiad llys Paul ac mae Steph yn benderfynol o fod yno. It's the day of Paul's court hearing and Steph is intent on being there but how will she view the verdict?


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