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Mae Iolo yn gobeithio'r gorau ond yn paratoi ar gyfer y gwaethaf. Iolo hopes for the best but prepares for the worst. Kath reveals what she read in Debbie's medical notes.


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-Ty? Ty?

-They're going to look after you.

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-Everything will be OK.

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-Love you.

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-Hiya.

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-I want to know where you are

-and if you're OK.

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-Phone me back when you get this,

-please.

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-How is he?

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-He's still unconscious.

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-They're doing some tests,

-scans and stuff.

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-They think that he could have

-a brain haemorrhage.

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-What?

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-He was so close to home.

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-He was so close to home.

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-What was he doing behind APD?

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-I don't know.

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-I hadn't seen him for hours.

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-We'd argued over

-something stupid...

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-..and he stormed off.

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-I should have gone after him.

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-Don't go blaming yourself.

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-Do you hear me?

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-Why did this have to happen?

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-What the heck is "sam"?

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-It's "sam".

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-The stuff you put

-in a frying pan for a fry-up.

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-He wouldn't know about that.

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-He doesn't know

-where the frying pan is kept.

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-But the Welsh word is "saim"

-spelt with an "i".

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-That's how people pronounce it.

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-That's how people pronounce it.

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-There should be an apostrophe.

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-There aren't any apostrophes

-in Scrabble.

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-Crikey...

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-More wine?

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-More wine?

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-No, no.

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-Dai? I don't think I switched

-the radiator off in the bedroom.

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-Can you do it, please?

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-Can you do it, please?

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-Why don't you do it?

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-I've got company.

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-Blimey!

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-While you're there...

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-..can you put away the clean clothes

-that are on the bed, please?

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-Anything else, your majesty?

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-Well?

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-I've done something

-I shouldn't have.

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-I don't know what to do.

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-I was cleaning in the surgery,

-right.

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-And I saw something.

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-What?

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-Debbie's medical records

-came up on the computer screen.

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-She'd just been in to see Dr Elgan.

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-And I read them.

-I couldn't help myself.

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-What did they say?

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-Is she ill?

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-She had an abortion.

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-Three months after getting

-back together with Mark.

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-Where have you been?

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-I'm surprised you care after today.

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-I've phoned and texted

-I don't know how many times.

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-Have you?

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-I went for a pint.

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-To the Deri?

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-No, I went for a spin and ended

-up in a pub outside Tumble.

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-And I only had one pint,

-before you ask.

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-Why did you go there?

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-It was better than sitting here

-getting the third degree.

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-There was an ambulance outside

-earlier and a police car.

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-I thought something

-had happened to you.

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-Thought or hoped?

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-Well, as you can see,

-I'm alive and well.

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-I don't think Mark knows.

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-What makes you think that?

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-He would never have allowed her

-to do such a thing.

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-Maybe she told him afterwards.

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-Do you think she's kept it from him

-all this time?

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-What concerns me, is that Mark

-may not have been the father.

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-They'd only got back together,

-three months.

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-Maybe she was with someone else

-just before.

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-Like who?

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-Like who?

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-I don't know.

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-Here you are.

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-Any news?

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-There's no haemorrhage.

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-That's good news.

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-But he could be unconscious

-for a while yet.

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-There's no way of knowing...

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-And maybe not.

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-Come on, positive thinking now. OK?

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-Do you think

-this was a homophobic attack?

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-Someone lying in wait...

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-..just like that Meleri

-did with me.

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-They'll find out who did this...

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-..very soon.

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-I hope so.

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-I took that money for your sake.

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-For our sake.

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-You should have known better.

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-I thought long and hard about it

-but I had a reason for taking it.

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-And I had a reason

-for burning the lot.

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-And what have you gained?

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-Nothing.

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-It was my money, my choice.

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-That's your problem,

-you only think of yourself.

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-Just like him.

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-You're comparing me with Moc!

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-You're comparing me with Moc!

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-No.

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-Sorry.

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-Please... Just leave me alone.

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-I'm going to phone Sion

-to see how Carol is.

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-Dani!

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-Dani, he's moving.

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-Hey.

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-Hey.

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-Tyler.

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-Very nice. Somebody must love you.

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-Hello.

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-Tyler Davies-White?

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-How are you feeling?

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-A bit rough.

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-Do you feel strong enough

-to talk about what happened?

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-It's a bit early for that,

-isn't it?

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-We need to catch whoever did this.

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-Is it alright for me to carry on?

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-Yes.

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-What do you remember

-from yesterday?

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-Nothing.

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-Nothing.

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-Anything at all?

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-Hardly anything.

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-You were found behind APD.

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-Why were you there?

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-No idea.

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-What's the last thing you remember

-before waking up here?

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-Iolo and I argued.

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-About what?

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-A mess in the house.

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-And then I walked off.

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-That's when I saw him last.

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-What time was this?

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-About 3 o'clock?

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-What do you remember

-about being on the High Street?

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-Why did you go behind APD?

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-What did you do?

-Was there anyone there?

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-I don't remember.

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-You found Tyler.

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-Did you see anyone?

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-Did you see anyone?

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-No, it was dark.

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-I don't think

-there was anyone around.

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-I'm trying to remember but I can't.

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-It must be very frustrating.

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-It must be very frustrating.

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-Sorry.

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-Think carefully

-before doing anything.

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-Mark could finish with her over it.

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-Do you really want

-to split them up?

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-An Americano to take out, please.

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-I'll have a croissant as well.

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-I don't regret doing it.

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-It's only right

-for Mark to know what's going on.

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-I hope he doesn't find out.

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-Or it'll be Amen for you.

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-How are you both?

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-Not working today?

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-I'm going in a minute.

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-A quick cuppa first?

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-A quick cuppa first?

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-Yes.

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-I'm no good

-until I get my first cuppa either.

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-Right, bye.

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-Sorry, love.

-I slept through the alarm.

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-It's lucky I'm the boss.

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-Is there a problem?

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-No.

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-Not at all.

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-Are any of your belongings missing?

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-No.

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-I'm lucky Iol found me.

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-Do you mind leaving us

-for a minute, please?

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-Of course not.

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-You said you argued with Iolo

-yesterday. Do you argue often?

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-No more than any other couple.

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-Has he ever attacked you?

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-It wasn't him.

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-How can you be so sure?

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-You don't remember anything.

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-You don't remember anything.

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-It's got nothing to do with him.

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-So who was it then?

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-So who was it then?

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-I don't know!

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-OK?

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-It's your job to find out.

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-Does he remember anything?

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-Does he remember anything?

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-No, he doesn't.

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-How did you get those scratches

-on your hand?

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-On the van door.

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-You don't think I...?

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-I'm just gathering information.

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-Well, it wasn't me.

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-Can you think of anyone

-who would do this to Tyler?

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-Has he argued with anyone recently?

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-There have been a few arguments

-but nothing major.

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-Names?

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-He's argued with Garry Monk.

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-But he's married to his sister,

-Dani, so I don't think it's him.

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-Anyone else?

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-Things haven't been good

-between him and Gethin Thomas.

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-But that's a family matter.

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-OK, he's clashed

-with Eifion Rowlands but...

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-Thanks.

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-That's quite a lot.

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-But they wouldn't attack Tyler

-like that.

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-That's up to us to decide.

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-Go home, you look shattered.

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-I'm alright.

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-I want to talk to Tyler again

-so you might as well go.

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-Can I tell him I'm going?

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-A free cuppa and change.

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-I'll come here again.

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-I'll come here again.

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-Sorry?

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-I gave you five pounds.

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-I gave you five pounds.

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-Did you?

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-There's no lift going upstairs

-today, is there.

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-Tell me now...

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-..when she wasn't with Mark,

-was she with anyone?

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-There were rumours...

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-..those two had a drunken night.

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-But he was very drunk, mind.

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-I was wondering

-if you'd heard anything.

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-Who'd send me a rose?

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-Who'd send me a rose?

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-Have you go a secret admirer?

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-Look at me, a fine specimen.

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-I have to fight off the women

-on a daily basis.

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-Have you told, Britt?

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-Have you told, Britt?

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-Gosh, no.

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-I don't want to meet

-the Redeemer yet!

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-We'll see what happens.

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-You be careful.

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-It's hard work, you know,

-being a super stud.

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-Iolo.

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-How's Tyler?

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-How's Tyler?

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-Recovering.

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-Terrible and so close to home.

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-What's this world coming to?

-I don't know.

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-I'm going to have a word

-with the police...

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-..to see

-if there are any developments.

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-How's Tyler?

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-How's Tyler?

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-He'll get through it thankfully.

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-Who'd do such a thing?

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-What have the doctors said?

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-What have the doctors said?

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-There's no permanent harm.

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-That's good to know.

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-Do you want me to visit him?

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-Yes, I'd be grateful if you could.

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-Look, if you don't mind,

-I want to go home.

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-If there's anything I can do...

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-Thank you.

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-Have you heard about Tyler?

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-No. What about him?

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-Somebody attacked him.

-He's lucky to be alive.

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-Oh, right.

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-Is that all you can say?

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-What do you want me to say?

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-Show some emotion

-or some concern, maybe?

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-Yes, it's terrible.

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-They don't know who did it.

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-You were out, weren't you?

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-You think I did it.

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-You haven't been yourself

-for a while.

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-And you know exactly why.

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-And you know exactly why.

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-Who were you with last night?

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-Nobody.

-How many times do I have to say?

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-Ffion,

-I've got a lot of work to do.

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-She didn't believe a word I said.

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-She has to question everyone.

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-The way she talked to me...

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-..looked at me, as if I had

-a reason for these marks.

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-It doesn't look good, does it, Dan?

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-They'll find out who did this. OK?

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-How?

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-Tyler doesn't remember anything.

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-Tyler doesn't remember anything.

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-There are ways, DNA and all that.

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-It's my fault, all my fault.

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-If we hadn't argued,

-Tyler would have been here.

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-He'd have been home. It's my fault.

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-It's all such a mess!

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-Iolo, listen to me...

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-..you don't have anything

-to worry about, OK.

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-What if you're wrong, Dan?

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-Then what?

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Mae Iolo yn gobeithio'r gorau ond yn paratoi ar gyfer y gwaethaf. Iolo hopes for the best but prepares for the worst. Kath reveals what she read in Debbie's medical notes.