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Episode 12

Mae Medwen yn mynd i weld Carla ac mae Carla yn penderfynu derbyn swydd a gynigiwyd i Annette fel nani yng Nghaerdydd. Medwen visits Carla and Carla decides to accept a job as a...


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-You're awake.

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-Harri?

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-What?

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-What?

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-Where's my morning cuppa?

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-There you go.

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-What?

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-What?

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-It's all yours.

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-You surely don't expect me

-to wash out there?

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-What else can you do?

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-What else can you do?

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-Go home.

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-I deserve a long hot bath

-after sleeping in this place.

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-This is home, Liz.

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-This is home, Liz.

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-No, Geraint. It's not home.

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-Not yet.

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-I'll catch pneumonia

-if I spend another night here.

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-Sorry it's not the Ritz.

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-You can't expect it to be ready

-overnight.

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-I know, but is it too much

-to expect hot water?

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-You want everything yesterday.

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-No, only hot water!

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-I'll have one too,

-if you're offering.

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-Eat up, John Albert. Breakfast's

-the most important meal of the day.

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-That's what Nain always said.

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-I'm fine.

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-Did you sleep all right on the sofa?

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-You must find it quiet here.

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-What?

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-What?

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-Just us three.

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-No children and things.

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-No children and things.

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-Tea, Edwin?

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-We could get something in for supper

-Fish and chips, perhaps?

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-Whatever you like.

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-I'll go outside for a smoke.

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-Fine.

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-Don't you want this egg?

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-Don't you want this egg?

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-No.

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-What?

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-What?

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-Nothing, Edwin. Nothing.

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-There's no need to shake, Carla.

-I'm not here to kill you.

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-Oh, right.

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-Oh, right.

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-I'm beyond that stage.

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-Why are you here, then?

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-Why are you here, then?

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-I don't know. To talk.

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-I had a list of things to tell you.

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-Like what?

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-Like what?

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-I'm not here to ask for him back.

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-< I don't want him.

-I've had enough of him.

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-He'll never change.

-Not even for you.

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-I don't want him to change.

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-I don't want him to change.

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-He's perfect as he is, is he?

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-Poor Carla.

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-I don't want your pity.

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-I don't want your pity.

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-< I know him.

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-I'm talking from experience.

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-He won't be faithful, you know.

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-You probably think

-you're the first.

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-What?

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-What?

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-I always chose not to see.

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-It's easier, sometimes.

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-But not this time. Not with you.

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-Everything is great now, isn't it?

-It's new and fresh.

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-Love's young dream.

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-What do you mean?

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-What do you mean?

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-You'll find out.

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-As for your mother and father..

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-..they won't hear about it from me.

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-I don't want all Deiniolen

-pitying me.

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-Knowing I've passed my sell-by date.

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-Knowing I've passed my sell-by date.

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-That's not true.

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-Then why has my husband gone off

-with a girl years younger than me?

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-< I'll tell you why.

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-Only a gullible young girl

-would fall for his lies.

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-He wasn't lying.

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-Of course not.

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-Poor Carla.

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-< You're the one to be pitied.

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-Edwin.

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-How are you...

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-..Mrs...

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-..Medwen.

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-Give these bills to John Albert.

-Make sure he gets them.

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-Harri.

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-Harri.

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-How are you, Medwen?

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-Thanks.

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-I didn't know what to call her.

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-She's Mrs Jones, of course.

-Like you.

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-Hiya.

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-You're still in one piece, then.

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-Dare I ask what she had to say?

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-She was all right.

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-She was all right.

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-Well she's either very strong...

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-..or stupid. I'd have murdered you.

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-She said she pitied me.

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-That I was welcome to John Albert.

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-< She's probably glad he's gone.

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-Gwenda!

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-Gwenda!

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-You've had what you wanted.

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-Would you rather she'd been nasty?

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-Of course not.

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-Of course not.

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-Be grateful, then.

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-Did you have your bath?

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-I didn't have time.

-I had to settle for a shower.

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-You smell lovely.

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-You smell lovely.

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-Get off!

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-What's the matter with you?

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-What's the matter with you?

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-With me?

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-Nothing.

-It's you that's out of sorts.

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-Harri.

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-How are things at your place?

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-How are things at your place?

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-Don't mention the war! And you?

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-I wish Medwen would kick him out

-more often. He's like a lamb!

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-What are we going to do with them?

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-A timely bucket of cold water

-would have done the trick.

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-See you, Gwenda.

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-See you, Gwenda.

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-Harri.

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-All right, John?

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-All right, John?

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-Great!

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-Bloody great.

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-What?

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-What?

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-Hear me out.

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-What?

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-Hear me out.

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-No, I won't. It's a stupid idea.

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-I'm only trying to help.

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-I'm only trying to help.

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-Stealing my job.

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-I'm only trying to help.

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-Stealing my job.

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-Swapping places for three months.

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-Can you honestly see me

-as a nanny in Cardiff?

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-It would be for the best.

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-I don't think so.

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-I don't think so.

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-You're hardly the best judge!

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-Your life won't be easy around here.

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-What?

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-What?

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-All Deiniolen will know about you

-and John Albert...

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-..I don't care what Medwen said.

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-..I don't care what Medwen said.

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-They can say what they like.

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-What about Mam and Dad?

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-And Medwen's family?

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-That lot!

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-That lot!

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-Kick one, and they're all lame.

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-You can't do my job.

-You're a hairdresser.

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-I'm as good a cook as you.

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-I'm as good a cook as you.

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-I'm a partner here, Annette.

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-I'm as good a cook as you.

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-I'm a partner here, Annette.

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-I don't want a partnership.

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-I can't leave Gwenda.

-I don't want to leave her!

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-You should have thought of that

-before starting this nonsense.

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-It's not nonsense.

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-Wasn't.

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-Wasn't.

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-That's better.

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-It's over. He doesn't want you.

-He made that perfectly clear.

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-I thought I saw you coming in.

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-Well? What's going on?

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-Who's going to tell her, you or me?

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-Tell me what?

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-A nanny in Cardiff? You? >

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-You can't be serious!

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-It's for the best.

-You know how people talk.

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-The storm will soon blow over. >

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-The storm will soon blow over. >

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-You think so? >

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-She's in a hell of a state

-before the story's out! >

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-What about her job?

-She can't just take off! >

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-Excuse me, but I happen to be here

-too, you know.

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-I'm fed up of people

-telling me what to do.

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-Nobody bothers to ask what I want.

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-Nobody bothers to ask what I want.

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-Carla!

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-Just leave me alone.

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-Carla!

-I was just thinking about you.

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-I wouldn't dream of interfering,

-but...

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-Hello there!

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-Cled! What do you want?

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-Cled! What do you want?

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-A word with my mate.

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-Your missus was very offish.

-What have you done?

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-Nothing.

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-You shouldn't have come here.

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-You shouldn't have come here.

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-I just wanted a word.

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-About what?

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-About what?

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-That car I had such trouble finding.

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-It's gathering dust in my yard.

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-Don't worry about it.

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-Don't worry about it.

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-I'm not worried. Not yet.

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-Things got rather messy last week.

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-There's a mess in my place, too.

-It's cluttered with cars.

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-I promise I'll come for it next week

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-Fine. I'd hate to think

-you were playing games with me.

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-As if I would!

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-The lads will be glad to hear it.

-We'll hammer the Vic this time.

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-Look after him for me, Harri.

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-I'd hate anything to happen to him

-before next week. >

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-See you.

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-What did he want?

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-What did he want?

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-It was about next week's darts match

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-He won't be long.

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-You'd jump in my grave

-just as fast!

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-Cool head, Carla.

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-The Menai Stores coleslaw is ready.

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-Ask Annette,

-seeing as she's so settled here.

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-I thought you might like a break

-from the estate.

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-You're right.

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry.

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-Go, you fool!

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-The sea air will do you good.

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-The sea air will do you good.

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-I won't be long.

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-There's always something!

-Right, where was I?

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-The dole office order.

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-Just tell me what you want.

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-Just tell me what you want.

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-Eh?

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-Just tell me what you want.

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-Eh?

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-My sister's in no shape to do it.

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-You're right there.

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-What?

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-What?

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-You might be right

-about this Cardiff business.

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-Who knows?

-What if you're right?

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-Don't start!

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-< Right. Sandwiches!

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-Carla!

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-John Albert!

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-John Albert!

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-Move that car, John Albert!

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-I want to see you.

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-I want to see you.

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-Move!

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

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-We have to talk, Carla.

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-Get on with it. I've got work to do.

-Well?

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-Was Medwen very unpleasant?

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-What's it to you?

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-What's it to you?

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-Come out of that van, please!

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-I've been worried about you

-all morning.

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-Since when do you worry

-about anyone?

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-I worry about you.

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-I worry about you.

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-Do you?

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-Those things I said yesterday.

-I didn't mean them. You know that.

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-Who says?

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-Who says?

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-I panicked!

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-You know I think the world of you.

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-You know I think the world of you.

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-Do I?

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-You know I think the world of you.

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-Do I?

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-Yes!

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-You and me, Carla.

-We're meant to be together.

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-I know that.

-Forget what I said yesterday.

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-Today is all that matters.

-Today and tomorrow and...

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-What?

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-For ever.

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-I'm not sure.

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-I'm not sure.

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-What?

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-It's easy to promise the earth

-when you've been thrown out.

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-< That's not true.

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-Yes, people will talk

-but who cares?

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-< We'll be together.

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-I'll do whatever you want.

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-Two minutes!

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-I don't want you to do anything,

-just...

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-I don't want you to do anything,

-just...

-

-just...

-What?

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-I don't know. I need time to think.

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-Everybody's telling me what to do.

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-Who?

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-Who?

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-Nobody.

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-Everybody.

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-Gwenda, Annette and now you!

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-I just want to be left alone. >

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-I mean what I say today.

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-Honest.

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-Carla?

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-Are you going to move that car

-or what?

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-That cupboard's come up nicely.

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-Hello, Liz?

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-I'm over here.

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-I'm over here.

-

-So I see.

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-Did anyone phone?

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-Did anyone phone?

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-Yes.

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-Nothing important.

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-What's this?

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-Something I bought in town

-yesterday.

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-Don't just look at it. Open it!

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-Geraint!

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-The shop assistant said she'd take

-it back if you didn't like it.

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-It must have cost a fortune!

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-It's not an engagement ring...

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-..but if you like...

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-If you don't want it,

-I'll take it back.

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-I'd be a happy man if you wore it.

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-Not every day - just sometimes.

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-Of course I like it!

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-Why didn't you say something?

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-Come here!

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-Do you like it?

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-I wanted the ground to open up

-and swallow me whole!

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-Why does the last thing you want

-to say always come gushing out?

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-It could happen to anyone.

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-It could happen to anyone.

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-And poor Carla!

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-Oh, John!

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-We were just discussing

-the autumn...

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-..how everything is changing

-around us.

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-Not that I'm referring to anything

-in particular!

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-I've done it again!

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-Don't worry. We have to handle him

-with kid gloves these days.

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-Let's go, Edwin.

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-It's warm enough to eat outside.

-How are you, Carla?

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-Have you had time to think?

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-Have you had time to think?

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-Yes.

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-Have you had time to think?

-

-Yes.

-

-Well?

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-I'm leaving.

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-Leaving?

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-Leaving?

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-Yes. I'm going to Cardiff.

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-That job Annette was offered.

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-But what about us?

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-But what about us?

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-It's for the best.

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-No, it isn't!

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-No, it isn't!

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-It is.

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-Until the dust settles.

-It's only for three months.

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-But what about me?

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-I'll write.

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-If you like.

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-If you like.

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-I don't want a bloody letter.

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-I want you!

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-Don't.

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-Don't.

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-You're serious?

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry?

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-They've won, haven't they?

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-Annette and the rest.

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-You're running away.

-You belong with me.

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-I want to go.

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-Before they force me to leave.

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-How could I work

-with you right next door?

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-But we'd be together!

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-Don't.

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-Let me go, John.

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-Ta-ra.

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-All right, Carla?

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-All right, Carla?

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-Fine. See you.

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-See you.

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-You're going, aren't you?

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-Carla!

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-Don't Gwenda, please.

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-I've made up my mind.

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-Annette will do you proud.

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-Three months you said, wasn't it?

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-Not a day more, understand?

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-Or there'll be hell to pay.

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-You're my partner.

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-Well...

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-..come here, you fool!

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-Take care.

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-Show those kids who's boss.

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-And I'm the boss around here.

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-I'm not allowed to forget, am I?

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Mae Medwen yn mynd i weld Carla ac mae Carla yn penderfynu derbyn swydd a gynigiwyd i Annette fel nani yng Nghaerdydd. Medwen visits Carla and Carla decides to accept a job as a nanny.