Fri, 16 Feb 2018 Pobol y Cwm


Fri, 16 Feb 2018

Ydy Sioned yn barod i ddychwelyd i Gwmderi? Beth yn y byd allai ddifethaf te prynhawn Gaynor ac Eileen? Is Sioned ready to return to Cwmderi? Will Gaynor and Eileen enjoy aftern...


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-Are you sure you can take Gwern

-to Tom's house by 3 o'clock?

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-Of course.

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-Thanks.

-Garry was supposed to take him.

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-Oh, don't talk to me

-about those two. I have no idea.

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-Anyway, you're smartly dressed.

-Are you going anywhere special?

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-Sioned's asked me to visit her.

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-Be careful, Gwyn. You don't want

-to get dragged into that mess.

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-I won't.

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-I think she's lonely.

-She's being released a week today.

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-She's got a mother.

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-Yes, who's not supportive at all.

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-Yes, who's not supportive at all.

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-Maybe not.

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-But that's not your problem.

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-Don't worry,

-I know exactly what I'm doing.

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-Thanks again.

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-Do you think she'll come back?

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-If you carry on putting out pieces

-of steak like that...

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-..every cat in the village

-will turn up!

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-I'm stupid, aren't I?

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-No.

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-Just soft.

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-That's why I love you.

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-Oh.

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-When do you start your shift?

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Britt. Come in.

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-Hiya. I thought you'd be here.

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-I wanted to remind you

-I've got the afternoon off today.

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-Yes, no problem. I remember.

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-I'm going for afternoon tea.

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-I'm going for afternoon tea.

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-Oh, posh!

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-A special offer in the Western Post.

-For today only.

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-I couldn't believe

-how cheap it was.

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-By the way, I saw Gwyneth just now.

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-You know that Sioned's

-coming out next week, don't you?

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-Well, I wasn't absolutely sure

-of the date, but...

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-I wanted you to know...

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-..so that you don't have a shock.

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-Right, so long.

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-Thank you, Britt.

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-Ta-ra.

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-That's alright.

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-Half term!

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-No, that makes perfect sense, yes.

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-There we are. Thank you, John.

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-See you then.

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-OK. Bye, now. Ta-ra.

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-What was that?

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-I was discussing a few details

-with the surgery.

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-Couldn't they wait

-until you're back in work next week?

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-Are you sure you're ready for this?

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-Are you sure you're ready for this?

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-Yes. It's time to face it.

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-How did things go with you today?

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-Great. The boys' toilets

-were blocked again.

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-What is it with boys and toilets?

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-You could write a thesis about it!

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-At least I've got

-a week's holiday now.

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-Yes, and a little treat

-for you this afternoon.

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-We're going for afternoon tea.

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-Really?

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-You didn't have to do that.

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-Yes, I did, after everything

-you've done for me recently.

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-Thanks.

-I'd better get changed then.

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-Look at her! She looks

-as if she's been sucking a hoover!

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-I'd rather have wrinkles

-than Botox any day.

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-Why do people do these things

-to themselves?

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-You should ask Hannah.

-She's the expert.

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-Catrin's nose

-hasn't stopped bleeding for days.

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-I wouldn't be surprised

-if she's got an infection.

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-Sorry, Eileen.

-I've got a headache all of a sudden.

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-That's it, you go.

-Don't worry about Catrin now.

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-Did you hear about what happened?

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-Hannah took Catrin

-to get a nose piercing.

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-Not a word to me first. Oh, no.

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-But there we are, that girl can do

-no wrong in Diane's eyes.

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-Sorry, Eileen.

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-Sorry, you must have more

-important things on your mind...

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-..with Sioned coming

-out next week.

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-Will she come and live here?

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-I don't know.

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-That's 1.50, please.

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-Yes.

-She hasn't asked yet then, has she?

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-I don't want to discuss it.

-Do you want anything else?

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-No thanks. Right...

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-I'll go now then. So long.

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-Everyone will be gossiping now,

-I suppose.

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-Why don't people realize we've

-put that business behind us?

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-It's as if they still

-want us to suffer.

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-People don't like it

-when you're strong.

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-They like to think they're better

-than you when you're suffering.

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-Maybe, but I'm determined

-not to feel like that.

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-You've got Kelly to consider now.

-A fresh start.

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-I don't want anything

-to spoil that.

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-Yes. Why not?

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-I'll be back now.

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-Right, which one?

-This one or this one?

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-Don't look like that.

-It's not a test.

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-I'm not very good

-at things like this.

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-I think this one,

-but is it a bit short?

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Hello. Hiya, John.

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-Yes.

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-Oh.

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-This afternoon?

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-Well, I had plans.

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-No. Alright.

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-I'll be there.

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-Sorry. I have to go to the surgery.

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-What? Now?

-What about the afternoon tea?

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-One of the partners has resigned.

-There's an extraordinary meeting.

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-I was looking forward to it.

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-I was looking forward to it.

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-Look, you can still go.

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-No. Can't you phone to rearrange?

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-Go with someone else.

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-Who?

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-I don't know. One of your friends.

-Sorry.

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-Go home, puss.

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-Go home.

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-It doesn't seem to want to move.

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-It followed me all the way here.

-It's like a puppy.

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-This cafe is getting stranger

-by the day.

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-I don't think you should encourage

-strays into the cafe.

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-Technically, it's not in the cafe.

-It's at the door.

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-You don't know

-what kind of diseases it has.

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-There are hygiene rules

-about these things.

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-Alright. Don't panic. I'm trying

-to find out who the owner is.

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-Come here.

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-Come here. You're so gorgeous.

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-Thank you.

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-It's lovely, isn't it?

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-Isn't it?

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-Thanks for asking me

-to come with you.

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-It's fine.

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-I just felt, well...

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-..with everything that's

-happened to you lately...

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-..that you deserve a treat.

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-Look who's here.

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-Diane. Hello.

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-Oh, hello.

-You two are here as well.

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-Are you on your own?

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-Glenys was supposed to meet me,

-but she texted. She can't come.

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-Oh, no.

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-You're welcome to join us, if you

-like. You don't mind, do you?

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-Not at all.

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-I'd love that.

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-I'd love that.

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-Great.

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-It's cold here, isn't it?

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-Sorry I'm late.

-The traffic was terrible.

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-It doesn't matter. You came.

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-Of course. Didn't they tell you?

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-Yes, but you never know.

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-Especially after last time.

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-I wouldn't do that to you.

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-I felt terrible.

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-How are you?

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-Sorry, stupid question.

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-It's fine.

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-I'm alright, most of the time.

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-Do the screws treat you alright?

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-No-one's causing you trouble,

-is there?

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-You know how it is.

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-Yes.

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-I'm glad you came today.

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-So am I.

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-That's where Hywel Llywelyn was,

-in the reception, in his pants!

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-No!

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-Honestly.

-He'd locked himself out of the room.

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-And I'll tell you this.

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-It's the first time Hywel

-Llywelyn's been caught...

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-..with his pants up!

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-Excuse me.

-I need to go to the toilet.

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-This is fun, isn't it?

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-Diane's in a better mood

-than she was in this morning.

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-Why? What's happened?

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-Hello.

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-Hiya. Someone else saw the special

-offer in the Western Post did they?

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-What special offer?

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-The one for afternoon tea today.

-It was so cheap.

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-I hope you haven't paid

-the full price.

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-Um... No.

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-Did you bring anyone with you?

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-No.

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-This room's nice, isn't it?

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-Do you want to sit with us?

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-No, I'm sure Britt wants

-a bit of peace and quiet.

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-No, it would be nice

-to have company.

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-There isn't much room

-around the table...

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-We can all move closer together.

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-Diane, look who we've found.

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-As there's a gang of us now, why

-don't we have a bottle of Prosecco?

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-That's a great idea.

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-No, not there!

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-Hello!

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-Bless you. Sorry, I was...

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-..otherwise engaged.

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-Coffee to take out, please.

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-Bless you again.

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-You should see a doctor!

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-So, um...

-What do doctors do when they're ill?

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-Do they, um, diagnose themselves?

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-Doctors are the worst

-for not going to the doctor.

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-Handy for Gaynor though,

-being with you.

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-Any problems and Bob's your uncle.

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-I'm not sure she'd agree

-with you today.

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-We were supposed to go out

-this afternoon, but duty calls.

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-Can I...

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-Can I ask you something?

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-Well...

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-You know when someone has

-a traumatic experience...

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-..what's the best way

-of dealing with it?

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-It's hard to speak in general terms

-without knowing the facts.

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-Yes.

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-But is it better to mention it

-or not mention it?

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-Well...

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-Because Ed, right...

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-I've been wondering for weeks...

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-..whether I should talk about Sioned

-or not talk about Sioned.

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-I don't know what to do any more.

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-Well, the best thing is to take

-your lead from the person himself.

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-They'll tell you

-when they want to talk about it.

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-Right. So just...

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-..leave it until it comes up.

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-Yes.

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-Is there a cat here?

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-No. Why?

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-I only usually sneeze

-when there's a cat...

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-DISHES SMASH

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-Sorry.

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-Puss, puss, puss, puss.

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-Puss, puss, puss, puss.

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-Yes, so I don't know

-what's going to happen there.

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-Who knows what's going

-in Garry Monk's head.

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-There's something else

-I should tell you.

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-Ed and Kelly are together. I wanted

-to tell you before you get out.

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-Ed doesn't mean anything

-to me any more.

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-You're so brave.

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-I really am sorry about last time.

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-I didn't want to hurt you.

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-Sometimes,

-the closer you are to someone...

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-..the harder it is

-when they come and visit in here.

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-I've been thinking about you a lot

-since being in here.

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-Have you?

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-I honestly think you're

-the only one who understands me.

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-Come and live with me.

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-What?

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-When you get out,

-you can live with me.

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-Gwyneth...

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-Gwyneth...

-

-Would you like that?

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-I don't know what to say.

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-You don't have to come, of course.

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-I'd love that.

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-Really?

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-If it's not too much trouble.

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-If it's not too much trouble.

-

-Of course not.

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-You're amazing. Thank you.

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-Time's up.

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-Already? The time goes so quickly.

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-Thanks again for coming here today.

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-It's been lovely to see you again.

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-And you.

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-Another week and you'll be home.

-Well, with me.

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-Ladies, time.

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-Listen. Stay strong.

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-Does anyone want more Prosecco?

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-Shall we get another bottle?

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-Yes, maybe not.

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-How's Emma, Diane?

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-She's getting better, thanks.

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-It must be hard when she's so far

-away. At least you've got Hannah.

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-Huh.

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-She and Chester

-still seem very close.

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-Yes, unfortunately.

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-Yes, unfortunately.

-

-Sorry?

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-I think they make a lovely couple.

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-Chester's matured

-since they've been together.

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-There was nothing wrong

-with him before.

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-No-one would give him a chance.

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-No-one would give him a chance.

-

-He's had cart-full of chances.

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-The boy has no chance

-with the family he's got.

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-Here we go.

-What's that supposed to mean, Diane?

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-Do you want me to write it down?

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-Yes, as it happens. Come on,

-tell me what you've got to say.

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-Unless you're afraid to say.

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-Afraid?

-I'm not afraid of you.

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-Stop now.

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-It's her own fault.

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-Let's ask for the bill.

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-Let's ask for the bill.

-

-You're pathetic.

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-Me? You're the one putting on

-all the airs and graces.

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-But you're no better

-than the rest of us.

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-Hiya.

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-Hey. You're cooking.

-I said I'd do it.

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-I wanted to treat you.

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-Anyway, it's less risky!

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-Anyway, it's less risky!

-

-Oi!

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-Do you know what?

-I think I've lost Catatonia.

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-Catatonia?

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-Something scared it away

-in the cafe earlier.

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-It doesn't look very upset to me.

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-Catatonia!

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-You've got a basket and everything.

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-Well, I thought

-if this is its new home...

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-You're amazing, do you know that?

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-I try my best. Right,

-who's going to put this on?

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-You or me?

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-What happened there?

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-Britt and Diane.

-That's what happened.

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-When it comes to the children,

-those two have no rhyme nor reason.

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-All the years spent bringing up

-Chester...

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-..have taken their toll on Britt!

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-Don't repeat that to anyone though.

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-Depends what it's worth!

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-I'm glad that the girls

-no longer live at home...

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-..because it's easier when you

-don't know what they're doing.

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-Mmm.

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-Sioned's coming out next week.

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-Sorry, I had no idea.

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-No, it's alright.

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-It's a terrible thing to say

-but I'm not looking forward at all.

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-I can understand that.

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-It's easier

-when she's out of sight.

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-I don't have to face the fact

-that it may be my fault.

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-That's not true.

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-Denz would turn in his grave

-if he saw her now.

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-But I've learned to deal with it.

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-I know it sounds hard,

-but I decided a long time ago...

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-..that Sioned wasn't my daughter.

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-Since then,

-life's been much easier.

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Ydy Sioned yn barod i ddychwelyd i Gwmderi? Beth yn y byd allai ddifethaf te prynhawn Gaynor ac Eileen? Is Sioned ready to return to Cwmderi? Will Gaynor and Eileen enjoy afternoon tea?


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