Fri, 14 Jul 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Fri, 14 Jul 2017

Beth fydd Ffion yn ei feddwl am Arwen yn treulio amser gyda Macs? What will Ffion think about Arwen spending time with Macs? Can Dr Elgan and Gaynor make things work long-distance?


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-Right. There we are.

-Job done, as they say.

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-You'll be able to watch television

-in bed now and all.

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-Do you want a cuppa?

-There's tea in the pot.

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-Right.

-I think I'll have one anyway.

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-Stop it, will you?

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-You're trying too hard.

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-Am I?

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-Give her a chance.

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-Where's Diane? I know when to keep

-my mouth closed when she's around.

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-Dad, it's alright.

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-Even though I was expecting it...

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-..having the bed here

-is a bit of a shock.

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-But it's here now,

-so just calm down.

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-Oh, I don't know.

-I'm a bit out of my depth here.

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-How do you think Mam feels?

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-Mam, I'll put your night stuff

-in a case to make it easier.

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-I've already done that, love.

-Bring it down, will you?

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-Yes, of course.

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-Dad.

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-I wasn't expecting you back.

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-Were you going to leave,

-just like that? Without telling me.

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-I wouldn't have done that.

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-I wouldn't have done that.

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-Why not discuss it with me then?

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-Because...

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-There's no point in me being here.

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-I'm only fooling myself

-that I have any kind of future here.

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-What about your little girl?

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-Are you going to turn

-your back on her again?

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-She deserves better than that.

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-Yes. That's why I'm going.

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-No. She deserves the love

-you can give her as a father.

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-Look, let's not discuss it tonight.

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-We can watch a film, have a glass

-of wine and I'll cook dinner.

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-Sausage and chips, your favourite.

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-When I was six years old, maybe.

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-There's nothing better than sausage

-and chips, whatever age you are.

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-That would be great. Thanks, Dad.

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-I'll go to the village.

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-You're starting early as well,

-Diane.

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-Mmm?

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-One of those days.

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-Isn't it just.

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-Isn't it just.

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-So what's your excuse?

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-Sorry. It's none of my business.

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-Sorry. It's none of my business.

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-No, it's alright.

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-Come and sit with me, if you want.

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-It would be nice to have company.

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-I'm here because I'm...

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-..ignoring my duty

-in the hope it will disappear.

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-Oh. Do you think it will?

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-No. Definitely not.

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-That's why it's so difficult

-to face it.

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-You know, talking about things

-can help.

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-But if you don't want to...

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-Listen, if I tell you,

-do you promise not to tell anyone?

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-Of course.

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-They're putting a hospital bed

-in the lounge today for Linda.

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-And I'm here because I'm too much

-of a coward to go home.

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-I know I'll be upset.

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-And I don't want to be

-in front of Linda.

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-Oh, Diane.

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-I'm worried I'll say something

-without thinking...

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-..that it's a nuisance or that

-it's in the way or something...

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-..and that Linda will hear me.

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-You won't.

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-When you see that bed...

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-..I think you'll know exactly

-what to say and what not to say.

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-What's your excuse

-for being here then...

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-..instead of being at home

-with Dr Dishy?

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-Why don't we go out?

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-Down to Llansteffan or somewhere...

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-..and then get some fish and chips

-on the way back.

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-You two go.

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-Don't you want to come?

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-Chips, Linda.

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-I don't feel like chips, sorry.

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-Shall I make some sandwiches

-for us then?

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-No thanks.

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-But I would like to ask a favour.

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-Fire away.

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-Would you mind

-if I get changed for bed?

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-I'll only have to put

-my head down then.

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-Yes, of course.

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-Yes, of course.

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-No problem at all.

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-We need a better arrangement

-than this.

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-What do you mean?

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-Look at us both now,

-stuck in the kitchen.

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-We have to make

-proper arrangements...

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-..so your mother gets some peace

-to do her ablutions.

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-What ablutions? She's only changing

-into her pyjamas.

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-Mam, are you alright?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-Do you think I should offer

-to help her?

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-No. Where's Diane

-when she's really needed?

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-Are you sure you're alright there?

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-Yes. I won't be long now.

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-No. Thanks for letting me know.

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-Alright. Ta-ra.

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-Alright?

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-I'm refereeing

-a netball match tonight...

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-..and Elinor was

-supposed to babysit.

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-But of course, something's come up,

-as it tends to do.

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-Ah.

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-Sorry to hear that.

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-Thanks for your concern. Excuse me.

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-Um, Ffion...

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-Maybe I have an answer

-to your problem.

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-What?

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-I could take Arwen.

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-You've obviously forgotten

-who's staying with you.

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-He's not at home.

-He's gone away for the day.

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-In fact, he's away for the night,

-staying with friends in Swansea.

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-I know it's awkward between you two.

-I don't want to make matters worse.

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-Are you sure he won't be back?

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-Are you sure he won't be back?

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-Yes.

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-Alright then. Thanks.

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-Phone when you're finished

-and I'll bring her back.

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-You're an angel. Thanks, Sion.

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-I know exactly what I'd do.

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-What?

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-I'd make sure the relationship

-continues...

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-..even though you're apart.

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-It could be the most romantic time

-you'll ever have.

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-Do you think so?

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-At my age?

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-Don't you dare say that.

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-Trust me,

-life's too short as it is...

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-..without wasting time worrying

-about you could or should do.

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-I'm really not sure.

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-What's holding you back?

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-I've got a talent for choosing

-the wrong men, haven't I?

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-The ones that break hearts.

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-But unfortunately, you'll only

-find out if you take the plunge.

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-It sounds to me

-as if you're both...

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-..in a good place

-in your relationship.

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-Isn't that worth fighting for?

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-Maybe.

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-And don't forget,

-there is one other bonus.

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-Which is?

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-You'll be closer to Gretna Green!

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-Yes. Well, that's it.

-Everything's fallen into place!

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-Ta-ra, now.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Macs!

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-Hello?

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-In you go then.

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-I hope you don't mind but we've

-got an extra one for supper.

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-I know you've met before, but in

-case you've forgotten, Arwen...

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-..this is Macs,

-and Macs, this is Arwen.

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-Hiya.

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-Now that we know each other,

-why don't we start cooking dinner?

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-What do you say, Arwen? Yes?

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-Go upstairs

-to wash your hands first.

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-She knows the way.

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-Yes.

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-She stayed here when Ffion was ill,

-you know.

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-Ill? What was wrong?

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-Dad?

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-Dad?

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-When she was back on the bottle.

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-Sit down.

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-You're busy.

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-I have been, yes.

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-I've made a decision.

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-I can't leave Cwmderi. Sorry.

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-No. It's fully understandable.

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-But I don't want to say goodbye

-to you either.

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-What we have makes me very happy.

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-Me too.

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-So I suggest that we try

-and make it work from a distance.

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-What do you think?

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-What do you think?

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-I think it's an excellent idea.

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-Right.

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-Hey, where are you going?

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-I only had a packet of crisps

-for supper.

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-Please, Dai. Don't make this

-more difficult than it has to be.

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-You're right, I suppose.

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-I can't take my eyes off her.

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-Dad, my head's spinning.

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-All the time I've wasted.

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-All the time I've been without her.

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-I can't believe it.

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-Why didn't you tell me?

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-About Ffion.

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-Because you hadn't been in touch.

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-You weren't a part of our lives

-at that time.

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-Ffion was going through

-a difficult time...

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-..and Britt and I

-were more than willing to help out.

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-Thank you.

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-For doing that.

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-And thanks for telling me.

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-So the cheapest way for me to come

-to you is to fly from Cardiff.

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-But the last flight

-leaves at 5.00pm...

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-..and I'll never make it in time

-from school.

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-Unless I drive or catch a train.

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-Right.

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-From Carmarthen to Edinburgh,

-leaving just after 6.00pm.

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-Perfect.

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-But it arrives at 9.30am

-the next morning and costs 400.

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-Or of course, I could drive.

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-After a week's work?

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-It's too far and too dangerous.

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-Well, somebody somewhere

-is determined to keep us apart.

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-What are we going to do?

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-It looks like the decision

-is being taken away from us.

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-Diane?

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-Are you alright?

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-Sorry.

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-Don't worry. I wasn't sleeping.

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-Is there anything wrong?

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-Dai. He can't sleep because I didn't

-cook him any dinner tonight.

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-Oh.

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-Oh.

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-Yes, oh!

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-Muggins here has to come down

-to make him a sandwich...

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-..because he'd make too much noise.

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-Are you comfortable now?

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-Are you comfortable now?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-It's a bit weird being down here,

-but I'm alright.

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-Good. I'll leave you in peace now.

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-Come and sit with me.

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-For a while.

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-Come on.

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-Whatever it is, just say it.

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-I'm sure I can handle it.

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-Well, um...

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-..I was just wondering...

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-..would you like a sherry?

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-That would be fantastic.

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-Good.

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-KNOCK AT DOOR

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-Ffion.

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-I said I'd bring her over.

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-Sorry. It got late and I thought it

-would be easier if I picked her up.

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-Where is she?

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-She's sleeping upstairs and before

-you say anything, this was my idea.

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-How could you?

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-How could you?

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-It's only fair Macs gets...

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-Go and get her now!

-I warned you, didn't I?

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-I'm only asking for a second chance.

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-You've let people down

-time after time.

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-Tonight only shows

-that I can't ever trust you.

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-And you're so reliable,

-choosing vodka over your daughter.

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-You have no idea.

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-No? You're fooling yourself, Ffion.

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-You don't even remember

-how Arwen came into this world.

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-And suddenly you're an angel!

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-And suddenly you're an angel!

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-It's an illness.

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-So like every other illness...

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-..it's impossible to say

-if or when you'll be ill again.

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-I'm better. I'll never turn back

-to it. It's in the past.

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-If you say so. But the truth is,

-we're cut from the same cloth.

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-I want to put the past behind me.

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-We're nothing alike.

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-Don't come anywhere near us again.

-Neither of you.

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-Do you want a helping hand?

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-No. I'm better now.

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-There we are.

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-Thank you for asking.

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-Don't stop doing that, please,

-because it will only get worse.

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-I never thought I'd have trouble

-finding the words.

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-Don't be afraid.

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-I find this awkward too.

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-I read somewhere...

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-..someone describing life as a race.

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-And we're all running full pelt

-for the finishing line.

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-At the moment, I'm in the lead.

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-But if I look over my shoulder...

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-..everyone I've ever met...

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-..everyone I've ever loved...

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-..they're all just behind me.

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-You're so brave, Linda.

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-I couldn't come home tonight

-when I was supposed to...

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-..because I was afraid

-of facing this.

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-That's how brave I am.

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-The fact that you and Dai

-are willing to have me here...

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-..and witness this, well...

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-Not many people would be so brave.

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-You two are incredible.

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-It's been a pleasure

-having you here.

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-Oh.

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-Oh, hold on.

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-I'm sure these are important.

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-Quite important, yes.

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-Thanks, Diane.

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-Where are you going?

-This is a private party.

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-Look at you two.

-What's going on here?

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-I'm upstairs dreaming

-about fish and chips...

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-..and you two are down

-here enjoying yourselves.

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-Sorry, but I have to have

-something to eat.

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-You never know.

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-If we sleep on it for another night

-we might come up with an idea.

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-I'm going to go.

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-You can't give up so easily.

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-Gaynor, there's nothing we can do.

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-If there was another option,

-we'd have thought of it.

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-There's no point kidding ourselves.

-Sorry. I have to go.

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-Don't go.

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-Stay tonight.

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-Please?

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-We'd only be putting off

-the inevitable.

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-I know.

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-Sorry.

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-You don't have anything

-to be sorry for.

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-This is all my fault.

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-I'm so sorry...

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-..that it has to end like this.

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-Will you be alright?

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-Yes, of course.

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Beth fydd Ffion yn ei feddwl am Arwen yn treulio amser gyda Macs? What will Ffion think about Arwen spending time with Macs? Can Dr Elgan and Gaynor make things work long-distance?