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-ALARM

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-Blood pressure?

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-Blood pressure?

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-80 over 60.

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-We need to work fast.

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-Airway, please.

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-What's happening? Is she alright?

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-What's happening? Is she alright?

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-We need an immediate VQ scan.

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-Non.

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-Non?

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-What's happened?

-I thought she was alright.

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-She was coughing up blood.

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-What are we going to tell Mark?

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-We're not going to tell

-Mark anything.

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-I'm not lying to him.

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-I'm not lying to him.

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-We don't know anything yet.

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-We know she's been coughing up blood

-and they've rushed her away.

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-The last thing Mark needs

-to do is worry about Non.

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-What if he asks?

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-What if he asks?

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-We say nothing. Right?

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-Something smells nice here.

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-That's for tonight,

-boeuf bourguignon.

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-I used what was left

-of that red wine.

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-You didn't?

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-I liked that one too.

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-Hey! Don't you dare open that lid.

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-You'll spoil the wine's effect.

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-Don't be home late tonight.

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-You sound exactly like Dai.

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-He's always on at me,

-"Jim, do this. Jim, do that".

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-Oh, damn.

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-Oh, damn.

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-Are you OK?

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-I was supposed to be back in APD

-after lunch.

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-We're expecting

-a phone call about that tender.

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-Isn't Dai there?

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-No, he's in some meeting...

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-..and I'm supposed to listen out

-for the phone.

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-TELEPHONE

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-Hello?

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-You look like I feel, Dani.

-I didn't sleep a wink last night.

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-I was worrying about the tender

-for the new bistro.

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-They still haven't phoned

-this morning.

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-You need an experienced barman...

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-..who changes the barrel

-before it runs out.

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-Forward planning.

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-Come on, Dani, you don't know

-if you're coming or going.

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-John's dying of thirst. Priorities.

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-John's dying of thirst. Priorities.

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-Alright, Dai! You're right.

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-Do you know what? I'm closing up.

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-Come on, get out!

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-I haven't finished my pint.

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-I haven't finished my pint.

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-Come on. John, get out.

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-Out!

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-Out!

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-You can't throw us out like this.

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-There we are.

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-Garry, where are you?

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-I need you at home.

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-Carol needs you.

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-Please.

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-Dadi will be back before long.

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-What if he asks to see Non?

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-He won't. The nurse said

-she'd let us know when Non's stable.

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-If she will be.

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-What are you doing here, ladies?

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-Mark's sleeping.

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-Oh, yes. Sorry.

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-Why don't we visit Non?

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-She must be awake by now.

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-What?

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-Is anything wrong?

-You're scaring me now.

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-She's had to go for a scan.

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-Oh, no.

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-Oh, no.

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-She was coughing up blood.

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-Before you ask,

-they can't tell us any more.

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-Does Mark know?

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-No.

-He'd only get upset if we told him.

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-You'll have to tell him.

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-He'll want to know.

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-We're not telling him.

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-We're not telling him.

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-Kath?

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-If you won't tell him, I will.

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-If you won't tell him, I will.

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-No, Colin.

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-Until we hear Non's OK,

-we're not saying anything.

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-What is she doing here?

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-What is she doing here?

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-What's going on here?

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-Dani's not fit to run a bath

-let alone a pub.

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-Dani?

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-Dani?

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-Yes, Dani.

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-She's thrown us into the street...

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-..and I've bought a pint

-and only drunk half of it!

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-Dani. Dani, open the door.

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-I know you're in there.

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-Dani!

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-Here she is.

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-Here she is.

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-Open sesame. John.

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-I paid for a pint

-and I'm going to have a pint.

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-I might report you

-to Trading Standards.

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-Do it, Dai. Just get out.

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-Don't worry, I'm off.

-Come on, John. It's bedlam here.

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-Customer care, is it?

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-I don't want to talk to you,

-I'm stressed enough as it is.

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-It's not you I want, but Garry.

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-By the way, you can't close

-the place whenever you like...

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-..because you've

-chipped your nail varnish.

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-We've got a business to run.

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-Garry?

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-Come down.

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-Come down.

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-He's not here.

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-He's gone. OK? He's left.

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-Where? When?

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-This morning.

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-I have no idea.

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-Yes, well, I don't blame him.

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-You tried to trick him

-into raising another man's child.

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-He's Carol's father.

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-Change the record.

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-Change the record.

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-I've got proof.

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-I've got proof

-that he's her father.

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-He should be here for her.

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-What kind of proof?

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-Come on, Dani, tell me.

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-DNA, another one.

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-Show it to me.

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-Now.

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-Hello, APD.

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-No, no. We're a builders merchants.

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-Alright. Bye-bye.

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-Wrong number.

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-Is anything wrong?

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-Is Dai around?

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-Is Dai around?

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-No. What's wrong?

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-Sioned.

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-The prison's phoned. She wants me

-to visit her - a visiting order.

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-She's bound to ask

-about a place to live.

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-What if she wants to live with us?

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-Have they phoned?

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-Not yet.

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-Is this what the

-important meeting was?

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-Don't mention it, long story.

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-Make a cuppa, will you?

-Then you can clear the back.

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-Someone or something's ripped

-all the black bin bags.

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-Do you want a coffee?

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-Do you want a coffee?

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-No, thanks. We'll talk later.

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-Bye, Eileen.

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-Two sugars, Jim, don't forget.

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-Have you got any news or what?

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-No, nothing.

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-You're tired. Do you want us to go?

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-You're tired. Do you want us to go?

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-No. I'm fine.

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-How's Non?

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-Sleeping.

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-Sleeping.

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-She's got visitors.

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-We don't want to disturb her.

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-What's going on?

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-What's going on?

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-Nothing.

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-Mam?

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-Has something happened to Non?

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-Has there?

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-Has there?

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-Look, Mark...

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-Don't worry now but...

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-..there were complications.

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-Why didn't you tell me?

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-Sorry.

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-How is she?

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-How is she?

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-I'll go and check on her now.

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-I'll find the doctor.

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-How is she?

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-If you won't tell me the truth,

-I'll get the nurse to throw you out.

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-She started coughing...

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-And?

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-And?

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-And then she got worse.

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-She was coughing up blood, Mark.

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-So then the nurses came

-as well as a doctor...

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-..and they took her for this scan.

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-She'll be fine, you'll see.

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-You don't understand, do you?

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-This is all my fault.

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-No, Mam, it is.

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-You stood here for half an hour

-and didn't say a word.

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-Nurse!

-I want these two to leave, please.

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-Well?

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-Yes, yes. I believe you.

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-Have you tried

-phoning him to come back?

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-Of course I've tried.

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-How are you going to cope

-if he doesn't come back?

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-Right, well...

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-..this is what's going to happen.

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-I'm going to run the bar

-while you look after Carol.

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-And before you think it...

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-..I'm doing this for Carol's sake,

-not yours.

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-I don't want the business

-to suffer either, do I?

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-Do you think he'll come back?

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-Oh, dear me.

-Jim, make another coffee.

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-My nerves are frayed

-waiting for these to phone.

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-Where are they?

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-I've covered the ripped black

-bin bags with new ones.

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-What do you think

-is making the mess?

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-Maybe a dog that smelled

-a corned beef sandwich...

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-..that was thrown in the bin.

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-Shut it, Dai.

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-What did Eileen want earlier?

-Is everything OK?

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-She's worried.

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-Sioned's about to be released.

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-Eileen's worried she might ask

-to come and live with us.

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-I've made it clear

-that's not going to happen.

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-But is that the right thing to do?

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-TELEPHONE

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-Hello, APD. Dai Ashurst speaking.

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-Oh, hello. How are you?

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-Have we got it?

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-Yes.

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-Right, OK.

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-No, I understand.

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-Mark.

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-Is Non alright?

-I'm going off my head here.

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-A clot.

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-That's what they think it is.

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-A clot?

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-On her lung.

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-She's in the ICU,

-the best place for her.

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-All we can do is wait.

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-I don't want to wait,

-I want to see her.

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-Calm down.

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-There's nothing we can do

-apart from wait.

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-Thank you for telling me the truth.

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-Debbie and your mother

-were only thinking of you, you know.

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-I'm sorry, Mark.

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-Sorry, love.

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-It's alright.

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-This is all my fault.

-I put her under too much pressure.

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-It's was Non's choice,

-you didn't force her.

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-Listen, she'll be alright.

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-Won't she, Colin?

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-Yes.

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-She'll be alright.

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-Hello?

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-Hiya, Eileen.

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-Sorry, but as you can see

-there's a bit of a mess here.

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-It's alright, don't worry.

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-Shouldn't you be in the chippy?

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-Shouldn't you be in the chippy?

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-I know.

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-Garry's gone walkabout

-and left Dani to run this place.

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-But there we are, that's when

-family matters, in a crisis.

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-Be there for each other

-whether you want to or not.

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-Poor Dani. How is she?

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-You're a lifesaver.

-Thanks, Eileen.

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-How's Carol?

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-How's Carol?

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-Asleep.

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-How's Sioned, Eileen?

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-OK, thank you for asking.

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-When's she being released?

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-I'd better go back up.

-Thanks again.

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-She's taking advantage.

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-When she's released,

-will she live with you?

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-That's the point, I'm not sure.

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-Oh, right. I'll get you

-the money for the nappies.

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-Don't worry,

-it's the least I can do.

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-Wahey!

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-Wahey!

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-Wahey indeed, Jim.

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-What exactly did they say?

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-We're head and shoulders above

-Jackson Sopworths...

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-..in price and materials.

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-Do you think

-we've charged enough for the job?

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-It's too late to worry about that,

-we'll have to start ASAP.

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-There's no rush.

-We've only just heard.

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-Of course there's a rush.

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-We don't want to pay

-penalty payments for finishing late.

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-Come on, Jim, smile. We've won.

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-Right, where's this quote...

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-..so we can start on the job?

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-Now?

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-Yes, now. Penalty clauses.

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-Penalty clauses.

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-Did you sleep?

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-Yes.

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-Thank you for doing this for me.

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-Thank you for doing this for me.

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-No, no.

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-I meant every word I said earlier.

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-I'm not doing this for you

-but for that baby upstairs.

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-I'll lock up now

-and switch off the lights.

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-I'll be back tomorrow morning.

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-You never know,

-Garry might be back.

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-Do you think so?

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-Good night, Britt.

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-Garry...

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-..what's all this nonsense?

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-Where are you?

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-Little Carol needs her father.

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-What are you doing in the dark?

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-It's past eleven o'clock.

-Did you have to start now?

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-I know.

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-Dai's like a spinning top

-since hearing about the tender.

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-He had to get everything ready,

-tools, plans, everything.

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-You must be starving.

-I've already eaten, sorry.

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-Never mind about that.

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-Have you had any more thoughts

-about Sioned?

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-Yes.

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-I'm going to visit her in prison.

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-Eileen...

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-I'm going to make it clear...

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-..she can't come

-and live with us here.

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-Do you agree that's best?

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-One hundred per cent.

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-It's time she stood

-on her own two feet...

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-..and stopped treading

-on our toes all the time.

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-Come and sit down.

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-Colin?

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-Colin.

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-What time is it?

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-Non, you're awake.

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-How's Mark?

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-Mark...

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-Mark's fantastic.

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-Thanks to you.

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-He'll be so glad you're OK.

-I'll go and tell him.

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-No, first of all...

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-But first of all,

-I'm going to find a nurse for you.

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-I'm so happy that you're alright.

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Sylweddola Mark fod rhywbeth ofnadwy wedi digwydd i Non. Mae'n rhaid i Dani erfyn ar Britt am help. It dawns on Mark that something terrible must have happened to Non.


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