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Mon, 15 May 2017

A fydd Garry'n credu Sioned gan ystyried nad yw hi'n dueddol o ddweud y gwir fel rheol? Will Garry believe Sioned becase she's not normally the most trustworthy source?


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-A large gin and tonic, please.

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-What's wrong?

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-Are you deaf?

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-Are you sure you

-should be drinking?

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-Why?

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-Do you care?

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-Maybe you've got a point.

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-They say it's more risky

-in the first three months.

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-These are the kinds of decisions

-I have to make now.

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-Enjoy this gin and tonic...

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-..or spare a thought

-for someone else?

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-Sioned, you shouldn't be drinking.

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-No matter who the father is.

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-So you do believe me, do you?

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-So you do believe me, do you?

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-What are you trying to do?

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-I'm trying to get you

-to take me seriously.

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-I'm expecting your baby.

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-I'm giving you the chance

-to be a part of it all...

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-..before I make

-the decisions myself.

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-What?

-Like whether or not to drink gin!

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-If I'm going to get rid of it...

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-..it doesn't matter

-how much gin I drink.

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-Tyler.

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-Hannah, Chester's girlfriend,

-has admitted she was behind it all.

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-Do you believe her?

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-The fact is...

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-..she's not a pupil so it has

-nothing to do with the school.

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-It saves us a headache and is better

-for you in the long run.

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-Of course. But Chester...

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-Is innocent.

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-But at least now we know this

-won't affect your career.

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-Thanks, Gaynor.

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-By the way, before I go...

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-..I know I've said it before.

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-Be very careful if you offer any

-help to pupils outside of school.

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-Don't worry,

-I've learnt my lesson.

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-I won't trust anyone again,

-especially Chester Monk.

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-Here you are, sir.

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-A flat white with an extra

-big slice of carrot cake.

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-My name is Kelly

-and please let me know...

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-..if I can be

-of further service.

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-Someone's in a good mood.

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-The birds are singing,

-the sky is blue...

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-..and I'm absolutely desperate

-to talk to someone.

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-It's a man.

-So predictable, so boring.

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-And I take it this man

-is the reason for the blue sky...

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-..and the large slice

-of carrot cake.

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-I really like him.

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-Who is he?

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-His name is Morgan. It's to do

-with this animal rights thingy.

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-I've only seen him once

-but, oh my God!

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-Do you have a photo?

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-No. He doesn't do

-a lot of social media.

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-Of that generation, you know.

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-He's 20 years my senior

-but still hot.

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-We've been in contact loads

-because of this Penrhewl business.

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-It's really weird, Iolo.

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-I feel we've got a connection.

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-He is single, isn't he?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-I don't know.

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-Without being a killjoy...

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-..I think you should find that out

-before getting...

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-I'll keep you posted.

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-How did it go with Gaynor?

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-How did it go with Gaynor?

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-Good.

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-The matter's been dropped...

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-..so I can apply

-for a head of year job.

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-What do you mean,

-the matter's been dropped?

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-Hannah Francis has confessed

-that she was behind it.

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-So Chester's got away

-with it again.

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-So forget it now. At least...

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-So forget it now. At least...

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-No, I can't.

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-He almost ruined your career.

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-He almost ruined your career.

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-But he hasn't. Let it go.

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-I don't want to waste more energy

-on that idiot.

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-He'll get what he deserves.

-People like him always do.

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-No, they don't. That's the problem.

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-I'll see you back at the house.

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-That's so funny!

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-I hear you've let Hannah take

-the blame for your latest antics.

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-She must think you're a real man,

-having to save your skin like that.

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-I didn't ask her to.

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-No. You were going to let Dad

-take the blame. And Tyler.

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-Come on.

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-What's the point

-of people like you?

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-You don't do anything of any use,

-only destroy people's lives.

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-And what's the point

-of people like you?

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-Depressed, obsessed with OCD,

-or some issue or other.

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-Hannah's had a lucky escape.

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-You don't know...

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-You don't know...

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-Don't touch me, Chester!

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-What are you going to do?

-Hit me with your handbag?

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-Leave him alone!

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-Nobody likes you!

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-Nobody likes you!

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-Leave him! What are you doing?

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-I'm going to get you for this.

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-I'm going to get you for this.

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-Or you'll ask someone else to!

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-Did you record that?

-Send it to me, will you?

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Hello.

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-Hello?

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-Something's...

-Something's happened.

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-Morgan, is that you?

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-Yes. The protest...

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-Something went wrong.

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-Sorry, but I need help.

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-Sorry, but I need help.

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-Where are you?

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-Morgan, can you hear me?

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-Can you meet me?

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-Where are you?

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-Where are you?

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-Can I come over to you?

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-But I don't want anyone to see me.

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-Of course. Come to Number 10

-High Street, Cwmderi.

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-Come around the back.

-Auntie Anita's out.

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-Morgan? Morgan, can you...

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-Sioned.

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-Why were you at the surgery?

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-Is it any of your business?

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-Are you going to get rid of it?

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-Answer me.

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-It's an option.

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-Can I come up to the flat?

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-I'm going to a wedding...

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-..and I was hoping you could

-shape them.

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-Whose wedding?

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-Elgan's friend from university.

-I don't know him.

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-Oh, so it's getting serious...

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-..if he's invited you

-to his friend's wedding.

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-It's still early days.

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-It's still early days.

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-Maybe, but...

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-I hope this doesn't sound funny,

-coming from me...

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-..but I'm really happy for you,

-Gaynor.

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-I think Elgan is lovely.

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-Should I be worried

-that you think Elgan is lovely?

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-I'm sure I deserved that.

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-No, there is something about him,

-I have to say.

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-He's been very good to me lately.

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-I'm going to see a trichologist

-in London tomorrow...

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-..thanks to him.

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-I hope it works for you.

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-Do you fancy one of these?

-They're fairly neutral shades.

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-That's nice.

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-It's my favourite.

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-Shell Blush. Lovely.

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-Where is this wedding?

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-Where is this wedding?

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-In the Cotswolds.

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-Somewhere similar to Downton Abbey,

-according to Elgan.

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-Jealous.

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-Are you staying there?

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-I'm not sure.

-We haven't discussed it yet.

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-It's a bit awkward, to be honest.

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-Nothing's happened

-between us yet...

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-..so I'm not sure

-if I should book a room of my own.

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-Right.

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-I wonder

-if he regards me only as a friend.

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-It's not that I want to jump

-into bed or anything like that...

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-..but he hasn't even held my hand.

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-Well, why don't you make a move

-on him? Nothing drastic, just...

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-Maybe he'd like a sign from you.

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-Maybe he'd like a sign from you.

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-Do you think so?

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-I'm too old

-for this dating business.

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-Gaynor, Gaynor.

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-This is a part of the dating thing,

-whatever age you are.

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-I'm going to take

-that what you say is true.

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-But as you said...

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-..we'll have to do a DNA test

-when the baby arrives.

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-Romantic!

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-You won't be able to deny

-the results when we get them.

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-Nor will you.

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-If I acknowledge

-that you're carrying my child...

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-..what would you expect from me?

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-I want you.

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-And I want us to be a family.

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-That's the choice, is it?

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-You're asking me

-to give up everything...

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-..or you'll have an abortion.

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-You make me sound so unreasonable.

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-I want you to give it some thought.

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-Serious thought...

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-..about all this.

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-How things will be

-once the dust settles.

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-We make a perfect team.

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-In every way.

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-In business.

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-We share the same principles,

-ambitions...

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-..and I'm expecting your baby.

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-Doesn't that appeal to you?

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-My situation isn't simple,

-you know that.

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-But now that you've acknowledged

-your baby...

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-..I'm willing to give you time

-to sort it all out.

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-Don't say anything to Dani.

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-When the time comes, I'll tell her.

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-If you say anything to anyone...

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-..I'll never want to see you again.

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-Baby or no baby.

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-Baby or no baby.

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-I won't say anything.

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-But just remember...

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-..this situation isn't

-only about you and her.

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-I'm not going to wait forever.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Sorry.

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-I know I look terrible.

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-Come and sit down.

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-What went wrong?

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-There are people who view the

-campaign as an excuse for violence.

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-They're not there for the cause.

-but to cause trouble.

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-I tried to warn them

-about these two blokes...

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-..new members of the organization,

-but no-one would listen.

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-And?

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-What happened?

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-We were only supposed

-to paint slogans.

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-They set the place on fire.

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-When I found out what they'd done

-I phoned the fire brigade.

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-Nobody was injured, thank heavens.

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-I'll get a first aid kit

-and look at that arm.

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-No. I don't want to be here

-when your aunt comes home.

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-She'll be in the cinema for ages.

-Take a shower if you want.

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-There are clean towels

-in the airing cupboard.

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-Are you sure? I don't want

-to drag you into my mess.

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-You're not dragging me

-into anything. Go for a shower.

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-I'll make us something to eat.

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-Don't touch me!

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-What are you doing?

-Leave him alone!

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-I'm going to get you for this.

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-Or will you ask someone else

-to get me?

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-Oh, no.

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-Oh, that looks lovely.

-Just what I need.

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-Yeah, well, I was brought up

-on processed food...

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-..so I'm a big fan of cooking

-everything fresh if I can.

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-Where are you thinking

-of going, then?

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-I've contacted friends

-who live just outside Madrid.

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-I haven't heard back from them yet.

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-I haven't heard back from them yet.

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-For how long?

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-A couple of months.

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-Don't you have...

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-..any family here...

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-..who are going to miss you?

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-Well, the children are grown up.

-They've got their own lives.

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-I don't think they want me around

-cramping their style!

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-What about a partner, or...

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-..a wife or a husband?

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-I've got two ex-wives...

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-..and no husbands!

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-I'm single now.

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-I hope all this business...

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-..hasn't put you off

-your campaign against Penrhewl.

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-No. In fact,

-it's made me more determined.

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-I think it's amazing what you do.

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-The lengths you go to

-for your beliefs.

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-You inspire me.

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-It means a lot

-to hear you say that.

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-Before I go away...

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-..I'd like to do something to help

-you and Gethin with the campaign.

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-Something practical

-instead of just giving advice.

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-If you'll let me.

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-Are you serious?

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-Are you serious?

-

-I'm under the radar now, aren't I?

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-I can go places you two can't.

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-Yes. I'll phone Gethin now

-and ask him to come over.

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-No. I've got a lot to do...

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-..like sorting out a place to stay

-for the next few days.

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-Do you know of anywhere?

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-Do you know of anywhere?

-

-It's a shame you can't stay here.

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-I doubt your aunt

-would be happy about that.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-I'll get it.

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-Hiya. Come in.

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-Sorry to call so late...

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-..but Chester sent this to me.

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-"A teacher's husband

-attacking a pupil."

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-"Don't touch me."

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-"What are you doing?

-Leave him alone!"

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-I have no idea what he intends

-to do with this...

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-..but I wanted to warn you.

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-Do you think he'll report me

-to the police?

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-Chester will probably carry out the

-worst idea that comes into his head.

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-I'm sorry I've ruined your night.

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-I'm sorry I've ruined your night.

-

-No. Chester's already done that.

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-Right. Thanks for coming over.

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-I bet the police has

-more important matters to attend to.

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-It's assault, isn't it?

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-Where's the tea towel?

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-Where's the tea towel?

-

-I'll get a clean one.

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-Good guess.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-Oh, yes. It's where I always keep

-them. A cupboard near the sink.

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-Auntie Anita. She's on her way

-back from Carmarthen.

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-Right. I'd better go.

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-Why don't you let me talk to her?

-I can ask her if you can stay here.

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-I'm sure she'll be sympathetic.

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-I wouldn't be happy with that.

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-But I'd give you money to pay her

-to go away to some spa.

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-At least I wouldn't be dragging

-anyone else into this nightmare.

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-That's actually not a bad idea.

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-That's actually not a bad idea.

-

-I was joking.

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-I don't think she'd go on a whim.

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-But...

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-..if she went with someone else...

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-Don't get yourself

-into trouble now.

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-Hiya, Mam. Alright? Yes, I'm fine.

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-Can you do me a massive favour?

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-I need the house to myself

-for a couple of days.

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-There's this bloke,

-he's in college...

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-..and we just need a bit of space.

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-I need to get rid of Auntie Anita

-for a few days.

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-Will you help me or what?

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-Really?

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-Mam, you're a star. Lush.

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-I'll phone you later, OK? Ta-ra.

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-So Mam is going to ask Auntie Anita

-to go over for a few days.

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-Not until Wednesday

-because she's away.

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-But then the spare room's yours.

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-I'm not comfortable with you lying

-to your mother and your aunt.

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-I want to help you and I want you

-to help Gethin and me...

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-..with the campaign

-against Penrhewl.

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-Honestly, I haven't done anything

-as exciting as this for ages.

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-You flee

-because of your convictions.

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-You'll do anything

-for what you believe in.

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-People like you...

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-..are really rare.

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-Are you sure about this?

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-I'll phone you to tell you

-when the coast is clear.

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-If you change your mind...

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-If you change your mind...

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-I won't.

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-No way.

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A fydd Garry'n credu Sioned gan ystyried nad yw hi'n dueddol o ddweud y gwir fel rheol? Will Garry believe Sioned becase she's not normally the most trustworthy source?