Fri, 08 Sep 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Fri, 08 Sep 2017

Sylweddola DJ fod rhywbeth pwysig ar goll. Mae cyfeillgarwch annisgwyl yn blodeuo rhwng Garry ac Elgan ar ol i Elgan achub ei groen. DJ realises that something important is miss...


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-It's strange here without her.

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-Yes.

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-I'm gutted that I couldn't have

-been there at the end.

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-You were there for her

-all the time...

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-..looking after her.

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-Nobody could have done more

-than you, DJ.

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-At least she didn't need

-those tablets.

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-That's a blessing.

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-Yes.

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-She regretted it

-from the bottom of her heart...

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-..that she'd asked you

-to assist her to die.

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-Did she?

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-She knew it wasn't fair on you.

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-But she went quietly...

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-..exactly how she wanted.

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-Nobody can ask for more than that.

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-Sorry I'm late, Gar.

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-I've been phoning

-trying to find out where Liv is.

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-Is there still no sign of her?

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-Is there still no sign of her?

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-No.

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-I'll carry on with this.

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-I'll carry on with this.

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-There's no rush.

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-Why are you so happy?

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-A man's allowed to be

-in a good mood.

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-Especially now the police

-have dropped the charges.

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-What? How?

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-Not enough evidence.

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-Dani must be happy.

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-Dani must be happy.

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-We all are.

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-And you too probably.

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-Because now, you're off the hook.

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-Mrs Thomas wanted you to have this.

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-You left the classroom

-before she gave them out.

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-It's horrible at home

-with Linda and all that.

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-Yep, I heard.

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-Thanks for the bag, it's fab.

-I can fit all my rubbish into it.

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-Look.

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-Chester, I'm sorry

-about the other day.

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-I didn't really think

-you'd stolen the bag.

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-Didn't you?

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-Didn't you?

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-No.

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-You took it the wrong way.

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-It doesn't matter what I do to show

-I've changed, I'm still a Monk.

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-But you have changed. I know that.

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-Chester, please,

-can we forget about this?

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-You're turning it into a big deal.

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-You're turning it into a big deal.

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-It's a big deal to me.

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-If you don't understand that,

-there's no hope for us.

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-You'd better go.

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-Do you want me to come

-to the register office with you?

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-No, it's OK.

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-But could you phone around

-her friends and others?

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-Of course.

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-There's a lot to do, isn't there?

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-We can start going through her stuff

-if you want.

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-No, I'll do that.

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-I still can't believe she's gone.

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-I know.

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-I was pondering last night...

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-..and realized if she hadn't come

-back to look for DJ...

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-..I'd never have known he's my son.

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-I don't think I ever thanked her

-for that...

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-..properly.

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-There was no need.

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-She could see it in your eyes.

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-They've gone.

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-The tablets.

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-What tablets?

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-Are you sure?

-Maybe you moved them and forgot.

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-I put them in the drawer upstairs

-after Mam's accident.

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-Nobody else would have moved them.

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-Will somebody tell me

-what's going on?

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-Well?

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-Mam had some tablets...

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-..in case it all became

-too much for her to bear.

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-What are you trying to say here?

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-Linda never considered...

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-No, I'll get this.

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-No, I'll get this.

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-Oh, thanks.

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-By the way...

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-..you don't have to worry about that

-business with the care any more.

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-The police have dropped the charges.

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-They seemed so sure of their facts

-last week.

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-The police get it wrong sometimes.

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-I told you I had nothing to do

-with car theft, didn't I.

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-Yes.

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-Yes, you did.

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-Thanks for the cuppa.

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-Thanks for the cuppa.

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-You're welcome.

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-I'm glad that misunderstanding's

-been cleared up.

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-You have to get up bright and early

-to catch Garry Monk.

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-That's the impression I get too.

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-I've known him for years

-and I don't know the half of it.

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-He's had an interesting life,

-has he?

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-You could say that.

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-I know one thing,

-he's got the luck of the devil.

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-By the way I heard that you were

-with Linda when she passed away.

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-Yes. It was very sad.

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-How's DJ by now?

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-Still in pieces, poor dab.

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-It's not easy,

-even when it's expected.

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-It must be weird being there

-at the end like that.

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-But there we are, you must have

-seen it time and time again.

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-One gets used to it.

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-It goes with the job.

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-Now, tell me...

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-..all about Mr Monk.

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-Good grief, have you got all day?

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-Where are they?

-Tablets can't walk.

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-Are you sure you didn't move them?

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-Are you sure you didn't move them?

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-Yes.

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-I can't understand why she wanted

-them in the first place.

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-She wanted them just in case.

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-But she wasn't serious

-about killing herself, was she?

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-She asked me to do it.

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-She asked me to do it.

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-But that's ridiculous.

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-It made sense to her.

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-Did you know anything about this?

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-Why didn't you tell me?

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-It was between Linda and DJ,

-it wasn't up to me.

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-I couldn't do it,

-I wasn't strong enough.

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-Thank goodness,

-you could have ended up in prison.

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-But what if Mam took them herself?

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-But what if Mam took them herself?

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-I don't think so.

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-She was too weak to go upstairs.

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-She was too weak to go upstairs.

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-She was a determined woman.

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-Does it matter?

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-She went quietly,

-that's what matters.

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-I want to know.

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-Well, you could ask

-for a post mortem.

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-People do request it.

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-A post mortem would show it.

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-What difference will it make?

-It would only upset you.

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-I can't live the rest of my life

-with this nagging doubt.

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-I have to find out

-one way or another.

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-Where are you going?

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-To see Dr Pritchard. He was

-the last to see her, maybe he knows.

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-Jase, have you seen

-last month's figures?

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-Not bad?

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-You must have rose-tinted glasses!

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-They're dreadful.

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-I know.

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-But DJ's mind has been

-on other things.

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-No, I haven't forgotten.

-See you later.

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-OK, ta-ra.

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-Is this your new office?

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-It's about time

-I started using my brain.

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-Don't tell Jason but I'm seeing

-nappies on these spreadsheets...

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-..rather than figures.

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-Coffee, please.

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-Pasty.

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-To take out, please.

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-Alright?

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-Good news about Garry.

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-The police?

-They're dropping the case.

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-What?

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-Garry.

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-Nothing sticks to him,

-does it.

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-No. It's those around him

-who've got to pay the price.

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-I thought you'd be pleased.

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-Why? Because he's my uncle?

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-We're not all the same.

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-Forget the pasty.

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-Someone's a bit angry.

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-He's got the Monk temper.

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-He's got the Monk temper.

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-I know that.

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-He's upset, what do you expect?

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-I was only joking.

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-I was only joking.

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-Don't. It's not a joke to Chester.

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-What hope does he have if everyone

-here talks about him like you?

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-Are you sure nobody else

-moved them? Dai or Diane.

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-Dad didn't even know

-they were there.

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-Do you think Mam

-took the tablets herself?

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-The symptoms were similar

-to an overdose...

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-..among other possibilities.

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-You said she died peacefully.

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-You said she died peacefully.

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-She did.

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-She was in a coma but it could have

-happened with or without tablets.

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-I want to know for definite.

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-How about a post mortem?

-That would give me an answer.

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-Yes, probably,

-but it's a big step to take.

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-It's what I want.

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-Listen, I know how important

-it is for people...

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-..to know how their loved ones died

-but sometimes it opens more wounds.

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-It can't get any worse.

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-All I'm saying is,

-think it through properly.

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-I don't have a lot of time.

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-I don't have a lot of time.

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-No, but...

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-My mind's made up

-so if you don't organize it, I will.

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-DJ...

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-Right, then.

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-Let's go out for a walk

-so we can have a chat.

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-DJ?

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-DJ?

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-What?

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-Are you sure this is what you want?

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-Diane's concerned you're doing it

-to cope with the grief.

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-I'm not, alright.

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-There we are.

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-I want you to know whatever you do,

-I'll support you 100%.

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-I'm going to find out.

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-I want to know

-id Mam killed herself or not.

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-Hello?

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-I'd like to report

-a suspicious death.

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-I hear you've got away

-with it again.

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-If you're talking about the case,

-yes.

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-The police have finally seen

-that I'm innocent.

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-What about everyone else?

-Do they think Garry Monk's innocent?

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-I don't care.

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-But your family always

-pays the price.

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-What's wrong with you?

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-What's wrong with you?

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-You keep getting away with it.

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-I hate being a Monk because

-everyone thinks I'm like you.

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-Calm down.

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-What are you doing here?

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-What are you doing here?

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-Why do the police have my car?

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-There's not a lot I can do

-about that.

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-So there's a problem.

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-I don't want any trouble.

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-You're not usually one

-to avoid a fight.

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-Go home, Chest.

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-What have you done now?

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-I don't want to be dragged

-into this.

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-Nobody's going anywhere.

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-Yes.

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-I miss you too.

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-When will you be back?

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-Let him go.

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-Not until you pay me

-what the car's worth.

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-Gaynor, sorry,

-I'll have to call you back.

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-Do I look stupid?

-Go to the bank now.

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-And leave Chester with you?

-Let him go!

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-Or...

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-Or...

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-Or what?

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-Or you'll regret it.

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-Now let him go.

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-Turn around slowly.

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-Walk towards the door.

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-Get out!

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-Handy things these.

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-Are you alright?

-Are you sure?

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-Yes.

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-I think we all deserve a drink

-after that.

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-I owe you one.

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-We're really sorry.

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-I'm sorry I haven't been in work

-much recently.

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-Don't worry about work.

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-You've had more important things

-on your mind.

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-But we're busy as it is. If I'm not

-there it'll be even busier.

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-We'll cope.

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-I intend to go back early anyway.

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-Do you?

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-That's not a good idea, Sara.

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-I have to go back some time.

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-It's the first I've heard of it.

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-It's the first I've heard of it.

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-I'll be fine after a few days.

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-You've had a shock.

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-You should take your time.

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-When's the funeral?

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-I'm not sure.

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-There's going to be

-a post mortem first.

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-Post mortem?

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-But I thought it was cancer.

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-Yes, but...

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-..there's a strong possibility

-that Mam took her own life.

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-Chest?

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-Are you OK?

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-Sit down.

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-What's wrong?

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-Some bloke tried to threaten me.

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-What? Where?

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-In Garry's garage.

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-I dread what might have happened

-if Dr Pritchard hadn't turned up.

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-And it's down to Garry, is it?

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-The bloke said something

-about Garry taking his car.

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-You don't deserve this,

-it's not fair.

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-Here you are.

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-Thank you, again.

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-I appreciate the help.

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-You looked as if you knew

-what you were doing.

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-I've obviously watched too much

-television.

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-You kept your cool,

-fair play to you.

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-I have to deal with all kinds

-of things in my line of work.

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-Did you know that man?

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-I've seen him around.

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-He must have mistaken me

-for someone else.

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-Cwmderi's much more exciting

-than I expected.

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-You seem to be handling it.

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-You seem to be handling it.

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-You too.

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-It's a laugh to you, isn't it?

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-You take advantage of good people.

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-Chester was threatened

-because of you.

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-I'll sort it out. It's OK.

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-He was in the wrong place,

-that's all.

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-Yes, with you.

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-Yes, with you.

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-This one's feisty.

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-Leave her alone,

-you're the one in the wrong.

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-You always give the Monks

-a bad name.

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-How can I ever be taken

-seriously with you as my uncle?

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-You've had a bad experience today.

-You don't get threatened every day.

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-But what if things had turned out

-differently?

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-What if I was lying in hospital?

-You always spoil things for me.

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-Do I?

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-You told me to tell lies

-about Mrs Llywelyn, not to confess.

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-What kind of a role model are you?

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-Every time he gets close to you,

-you make it worse for him.

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-Next time you're in trouble,

-keep Chester out of it. OK?

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-Children!

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-Hang on, if you didn't give the

-tablets to your mother, who did?

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-Jason!

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-She couldn't fetch them,

-they were upstairs.

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-Whatever happened, DJ has a right

-to know what happened.

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-Of course,

-I'd want to know as well.

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-Do you think someone came here

-yesterday to give her the tablets?

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-Ignore Jason.

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-But what if the police

-believe that?

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-Helping someone to die is illegal.

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-I should have thrown them away.

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-If the post mortem says

-Mam's death is suspicious...

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-..they could point the finger

-at me.

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-Accuse me of killing her.

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Sylweddola DJ fod rhywbeth pwysig ar goll. Mae cyfeillgarwch annisgwyl yn blodeuo rhwng Garry ac Elgan ar ol i Elgan achub ei groen. DJ realises that something important is missing.