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Mon, 06 Feb 2017

A fydd Colin yn gallu cadw cyfrinach Eileen rhag ei theulu? Er gwaethaf ei amheuon, mae Iolo'n cytuno i fod yn was priodas i Sion. Will Colin be able to keep Eileen's secret fro...


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-Oh, um...

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-I was going to ask if I could

-slip out in a minute to see Gaynor.

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-Yes, off you go.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Eileen?

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-I've found a lump.

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-Where?

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-Where?

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-On my breast.

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-Hello?

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-Out the back.

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-Not a word, OK?

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-What's going on here?

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-What's going on here?

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-Stocktaking.

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-Yes. Yes, we've got too much pasta.

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-Good. I was looking

-for something to have for tea.

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-I'll pay you later.

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-Go and lock the shop door,

-will you?

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-Hey, I've got the rings.

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-Do you like it?

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-Yes. Great.

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-They match.

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-Right. Where can I put these

-to keep them safe?

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-I'm hoping that will be

-Iolo's responsibility.

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-I'm going to ask him

-to be my best man.

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-I don't think

-that's a very good idea.

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-He's my son, Gwyneth.

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-He should be at my side when I get

-married, just as I was at his.

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-I didn't think we were sticking

-to old-fashioned traditions.

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-I'm not having a bridesmaid.

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-I'm not having a bridesmaid.

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-It's important to me.

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-Right, but...

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-..don't get your hopes up.

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-There we are.

-I'll go and see him later.

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-Right, um...

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-Drink that.

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-I said I didn't want one.

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-Come on.

-I've put sugar in it as well.

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-When did...

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-When did you find it?

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-I noticed there was something

-there over the weekend.

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-I haven't been able

-to think of anything else since.

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-Where is it?

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-Here.

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-I keep checking and checking

-to see if it's disappeared, but...

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-..I'm sure there's something there.

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-Do you want me to check?

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-Do you want me to check?

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-No.

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-No. No, of course. Sorry.

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-You should go and see a doctor.

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-I'll go after the inquest.

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-There's too much going on

-at the moment.

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-Are you sure that's wise?

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-Are you sure that's wise?

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-Yes.

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-What does Jim say?

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-Jim doesn't know.

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-Jim doesn't know.

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-Eileen, you have to tell him.

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-He won't be able to cope

-at the moment.

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-I don't want him or anyone else

-to worry. I'm sure I'll be fine.

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-Things like this should be

-checked out as soon as possible.

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-You're a doctor now, are you?

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-Let's look up the symptoms

-on the Internet.

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-Oh, um...

-I'll sort that out now, don't worry.

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-Go and see Gaynor, will you?

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-Sorry.

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-Go, please.

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-I don't want to leave you.

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-I don't want to leave you.

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-I want you to go.

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-I hope I'm not intruding.

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-I hope I'm not intruding.

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-No. I'm only cooking dinner.

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-Something smells nice here.

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-Hiya.

-Are you having dinner with us?

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-No. I wanted to ask Iolo if he'd

-be willing to be my best man.

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-What do you say?

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-I'm sorry, but no.

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-You don't have to answer right now.

-Take some time to think it over.

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-It's an important job.

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-It's an important job.

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-I don't need time to think.

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-I can't do it.

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-I can't do it.

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-Come on.

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-I want you at my side,

-like I was at your side.

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-I can't watch you making

-the biggest mistake of your life.

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-She's taking you for a fool.

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-She's taking you for a fool.

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-She doesn't.

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-She was supportive of me

-coming over to ask you.

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-She knew I'd say no.

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-She's playing games,

-but you're too stupid to see it.

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-Right.

-Will you both come to the wedding?

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-Of course. We'll be there.

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-Alright. Bye.

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-What?

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-Don't look at me like that.

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-I had no choice.

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-What kind of song

-do you have in mind for Britt?

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-I'm not sure.

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-I'm not sure.

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-What kind of music does she like?

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-I don't know.

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-A ballad?

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-Come on, Colin.

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-If you want my help

-to write this love song for Britt...

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-..I need some idea of what you want.

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-Sorry.

-I can't stop thinking of Eileen.

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-Eileen?

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-Yes. Um... We argued earlier.

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-Why? What did you do?

-Put the wrong price on the beans?!

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-I said I was coming over here

-but...

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-..I shouldn't have

-left her on her own.

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-Well, she's not likely to have

-a rush in the shop, is she?

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-And if there is a crisis,

-she can phone Sioned.

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-Sioned?

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-Yes. She's her daughter

-and she lives across the road.

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-Yes.

-Yes, I should have considered that.

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-Do you want to listen to a few

-songs? A bit of inspiration.

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-Yes. Good idea.

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-Hiya. Sorry, Britt.

-I was stocktaking.

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-I wanted to ask if Colin

-can finish early.

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-I want to cook a special meal.

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-Is he out the back?

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-Is he out the back?

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-No, he isn't.

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-He can't finish early...

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-..because he'll need to make up

-the time he's spent with Gaynor.

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-Gaynor?

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-Gaynor?

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-Yes.

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-He's supposed to be working.

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-He's supposed to be working.

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-Yes.

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-What's he doing up there?

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-I don't know.

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-If he's asked for time off,

-he must have told you why.

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-Ask him yourself!

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-Your personal life

-is none of my business.

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-That's 40 pence.

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-Thanks.

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-There's a darts match on Thursday,

-then the gig on Friday.

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-It's for Welsh Language Music Day.

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-It's a big thing apparently.

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-Ask Gethin!

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-Alright. Thanks a bunch for nothing.

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-I want you to go over

-to Llwyncelyn...

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-..to see what's going on

-between Colin and Gaynor.

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-Colin and Gaynor?

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-Yes. They're over there together.

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-OK. They're probably

-talking about the girls.

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-He's meant to be in work.

-Eileen told me where they are.

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-She let it slip, but she clearly

-suspects something's going on.

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-Come on, Britt.

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-Come on, Britt.

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-I just want you to check.

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-Then I promise not to mention it

-ever again.

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-OK, I'll check.

-But only to prove you wrong.

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-This is nice.

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-We need ideas for a wedding gift

-for Gwyneth and your father.

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-Can we not talk about the wedding?

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-It's going to happen,

-like it or not.

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-Who will your father ask

-to be best man now?

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-I don't know.

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-He was very brave asking you,

-knowing the way you feel.

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-It broke his heart

-when you refused.

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-I'm sorry I upset him

-but I can't support him.

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-We can't help who we fall

-in love with, can we?

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-Look at me!

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-If you're concerned for your father,

-be careful not to push him away.

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-I'm not.

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-You're letting Gwyneth

-come between you...

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-..and if you're right about her,

-it's exactly what she'd want.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Dani. Hiya. Come in.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Yes, good.

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-What can I do for you?

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-I came to tell you about the darts

-match in the Deri on Thursday...

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-..to raise money

-for the parent and toddler group.

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-Well done.

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-Yes. Do you want to play

-for the Deri's team?

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-Me?

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-Colin, what are you doing here?

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-Oh, um...

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-Fixing my washing machine.

-It's been leaking for a while.

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-Yes, the washing machine.

-It's break time. Here you are.

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-I didn't know you were a dab hand

-with stuff like that.

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-I've learnt a few tricks from Iolo.

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-So the darts?

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-Yes. So I'll see you there?

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-Yes. So I'll see you there?

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-Great. Why not?

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-OK. I'll go then.

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-There we are then. Bye, Dan.

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-Bye. And thanks.

-I'll look forward to it.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Thanks, Gaynor.

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-Do you think she was suspicious?

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-Do you think she was suspicious?

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-No, you're OK.

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-But the sooner

-we finish this song, the better.

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-It never ends well

-for people who tell lies.

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-Right. I have to go.

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-But what about the song?

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-But what about the song?

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-There's something I have to do.

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-Are you alright?

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-He refused.

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-Oh, that's a shame.

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-Weddings should bring

-people together.

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-Two of my sons won't attend, the

-other will be, only under protest.

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-Why don't we go away

-to get married?

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-Wherever you want.

-Just you, me and Gwern.

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-We've already made arrangements.

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-It doesn't matter.

-We can change the arrangements.

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-Getting married

-is all that matters.

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-I don't know.

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-Imagine being by a lake in Italy

-and the mountains as a backdrop.

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-It would be so romantic.

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-Then there's the food and wine.

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-And the culture.

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-And the culture.

-

-It sounds lovely, I must say.

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-Hello!

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-Hello?

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-If you still want me to be best man,

-I'd like to accept the offer.

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-It's too late. We've decided

-to go away to get married.

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-We haven't booked anything.

-We were only discussing it.

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-Of course I want you

-to be best man.

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-Why have you changed your mind?

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-Why have you changed your mind?

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-Someone has to look after him.

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-And to write a speech

-and to thank the bridesmaids.

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-I'm not having bridesmaids.

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-They refused, did they?

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-They refused, did they?

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-No. I decided not to have any.

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-Alright. If that's what you want.

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-Yes. It's my wedding.

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-Yes. It's my wedding.

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-And Dad's.

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-I'm looking forward to it.

-Thank you.

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-If you want a taxi

-it'll be at least half an hour.

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-No. Um... I want to talk to you.

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-About your mother.

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-She's, um...

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-She's terribly worried.

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-She thinks she's found...

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-..a lump on her breast.

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-She didn't say anything earlier.

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-She wasn't going to tell anyone.

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-She wasn't going to tell anyone.

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-But she's told you.

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-Yes, well,

-your mother and I are quite close.

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-She knows she can trust me.

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-Although, to be honest,

-I wasn't much help.

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-I tried to tell her

-to see a doctor but...

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-..she's refusing to go

-until after the inquest.

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-I don't know what to do.

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-It's not right for her

-to suffer this all on her own.

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-That's why I came over to see you.

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-You're her daughter.

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-You deserve to know.

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-Yes, of course.

-Thank you for telling me.

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-I'll go over and see her now.

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-Well?

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-Yes, he was there.

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-What were they doing?

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-What were they doing?

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-Not much.

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-Having a cuppa, listening to music.

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-What kind of music?

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-What do you mean?

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-There's a difference between sitting

-listening to heavy metal...

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-..and listening to romantic music.

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-I don't know. Elin Fflur, maybe?

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-Oh, crikey.

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-Gaynor asked Colin over

-to look at the washing machine.

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-Why would she do that?

-He can't even change a light bulb!

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-I don't know.

-You have to stop this.

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-Colin adores you.

-You're looking for problems.

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-No. I'm not looking for problems.

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-No. I'm not looking for problems.

-

-Yes, you are.

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-No, a voice in my head tells me

-something's not right...

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-..about him getting cosy with Gaynor

-while listening to Elin Fflur.

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-Right, OK.

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-Maybe it's best if you ask

-him yourself why he was there.

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-He can explain to you.

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-I was going to phone you.

-I'm making a casserole...

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-When were you going to tell me?

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-When were you going to tell me?

-

-About what?

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-The lump. Colin came to see me.

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-The lump. Colin came to see me.

-

-He had no right telling you.

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-So why tell him?

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-So why tell him?

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-I don't know.

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-I didn't mean to. He was here.

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-How do you think

-that makes me feel?

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-Not only you've found a lump...

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-..but you'd sooner tell an employee

-rather than me.

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-I don't want a fuss

-until I know what it is.

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-When will you do that? Colin said

-you're refusing to see a doctor.

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-I'll go after the inquest.

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-I'll go after the inquest.

-

-How can you be so stupid?

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-You can't help Courtney now, Mam.

-She's dead.

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-I'm thinking of Jim.

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-I don't want him worrying

-about anything else.

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-What if you're too late?

-You must see how stupid this is.

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-You will see someone tomorrow.

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-No!

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-No!

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-What's wrong with you?

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-I won't change my mind. Off you go!

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-I won't change my mind. Off you go!

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-Suit yourself!

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-Hello, hello.

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-You're just in time.

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-The kids are out, there's lasagne

-in the oven and wine in the fridge.

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-I'll have to have it later, love.

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-I only called in for a kiss

-to keep me going.

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-The lorry from Bwydydd y Bont

-has just arrived.

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-I have to go

-to put the stuff away...

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-..or the fish fingers

-and ice cream will melt.

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-I called in the shop earlier

-but you'd gone out.

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-Yes, I had, um...

-I had a dental appointment.

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-Don't worry.

-It was only a check-up.

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-I'll be able to eat the lasagne.

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-Or as Mam-gu Mwnt called it, lasann!

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-Dani said she saw you in Llwyncelyn.

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-Yes. Yes, um...

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-I called in Llwyncelyn.

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-Gaynor asked me

-to look at the washing machine.

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-What do you know

-about washing machines?

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-I've got a lot of hidden talents,

-if you must know.

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-Right.

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-There's nothing wrong, is there?

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-There's nothing wrong, is there?

-

-No.

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-Everything's hunky-dory.

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-Right, well,

-next time Gaynor asks you...

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-..to look at her washing machine,

-tell her to phone Iolo.

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-Yes, right. OK.

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-I'm back.

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-I'll, um...

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-I'll stock these shelves for you...

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-..to make up for the time

-I had off earlier.

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-I want a word with you.

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-What's your game,

-talking to Sioned about me?

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-Yes, um...

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-Well, I wasn't much use

-to you earlier, was I?

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-I thought you might need someone

-to support you.

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-If I need help, I'll ask for it.

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-She's been here shouting at me

-because I didn't tell her first.

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-I've got enough to worry about

-without her hysterics.

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-I didn't expect her

-to react like that.

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-She always reacts like that.

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-Why do you think I didn't tell her?

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-Why do you think I didn't tell her?

-

-Sorry.

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-If I can't trust you maybe I should

-find someone else to work here.

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-The last thing I want

-is Jim finding out.

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-He won't.

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-I won't breathe a word

-to anyone else. I swear.

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-You'd better not...

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-..or you'll be looking

-for another job.

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A fydd Colin yn gallu cadw cyfrinach Eileen rhag ei theulu? Er gwaethaf ei amheuon, mae Iolo'n cytuno i fod yn was priodas i Sion. Will Colin be able to keep Eileen's secret from her family?