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-Good morning. How are you today?

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-Well, I'm still here.

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-No. I have to go up

-to the village now.

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-Have Cadno and the boys gone?

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-Have Cadno and the boys gone?

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-Yes. Yes.

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-Um, to be honest,

-I felt a little bit awkward.

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-Are you sure Cadno's alright

-about me staying here?

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-Of course.

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-I'm not in the way?

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-Everybody's in Cadno's way

-in the mornings.

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-Have you spoken to Sara today?

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-She's not answering my calls.

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-Maybe she needs time.

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-You might get a chance

-to talk later.

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-I'm not going to get my hopes up.

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-Listen, I'm very grateful to you

-and Cadno for letting me stay.

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-You're still sorting out your

-relationship and now I'm here.

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-It's fine. We're mates.

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-Well, I won't forget this.

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-Thank you.

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-Oh, hello.

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-It's Sara Francis speaking.

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-Number 9, Stryd Fawr, Cwmderi.

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-Yes. I came in on Friday

-for a scan.

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-That's it.

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-I got the photographs

-and everything, but...

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-..I've changed my mind.

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-I'd like to find out

-the sex of the baby.

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-Can I make another appointment

-to find out?

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-Oh.

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-Right, I see.

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-OK.

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-Thanks.

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-Pass the toast, Gu.

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-Hey, that's for Dol.

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-Thanks, Kath, but I'm full.

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-There's more bacon for you here.

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-I'll make more toast.

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-I'll make more toast.

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-No, Kath.

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-I'm full. Stick a fork in me.

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-Since when are you two so close?

-You hated each other last week.

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-Leave them alone. I like the fact

-my grandmothers are best friends.

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-We're not best friends.

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-And she's not your grandmother.

-I am - don't you forget it.

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-Chill out, Gu.

-Thanks for breakfast, Kath.

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-Hurry up. You don't want to be

-late for work, do you?

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-I'll stay here with Nicky

-until Mark comes home, alright?

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-No, you're alright.

-There's no hurry, is there?

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-We have to finish

-the Afallon orders today.

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-Merched y Wawr, is it?

-Where's Ricky?

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-Still sleeping.

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-Is there bacon?

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-Yes, there's plenty left.

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-Oh, thanks, Kath.

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-Anyone would think you had gold

-in that bag. It's not even nice.

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-Ready, Vic?

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-I'll catch you up.

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-Will you give it a rest?

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-What?

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-What?

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-Sucking up to me.

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-All the time.

-Breakfast, a cuppa in bed.

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-There's no need, Kath. I'm not

-going to leave you in the lurch.

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-You're coping

-with less tablets already.

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-You're doing really well.

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-So enough with the crawling,

-cos it's doing my head in.

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-Is everything alright or what?

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-Oh, yes.

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-Shipshape. No problems here.

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-Right.

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-Here you go.

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-And no nonsense today, OK?

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-OK.

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-Sara, can I have a word?

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-What?

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-Are you alright?

-I heard about you and Jason.

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-How?

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-He's staying at Penrhewl.

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-He's very upset.

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-He's very upset.

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-Good.

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-I thought maybe you

-could have a word...

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-Hey, are you renting this out?

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-I might as well

-now I'm back at the farm.

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-What about Mathew?

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-What about Mathew?

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-He'll have to move out.

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-Do you know someone

-who's interested?

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-Me, maybe. I've lived there before

-and it's a nice house.

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-Is it furnished?

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-Is it furnished?

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-Yes.

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-Can I make an appointment

-to view it?

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-Of course. When?

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-Lunchtime today?

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-Lunchtime today?

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-Yes, great.

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-I'll make sure Mathew's up.

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-I'll call around half past twelve.

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-OK. Bye.

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-Mathew!

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-Wake up, you lazy so-and-so!

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-Mathew!

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-What? Is there a fire or something?

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-You need a fire up your backside!

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-The first viewing is at lunchtime.

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-Today?!

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-Yes, today.

-I want this place to be spotless.

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-And open a window.

-It stinks in here.

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-Who's coming?

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-Ffion Llywelyn.

-Gethin from the garage's partner.

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-Make sure you show her

-the storage upstairs.

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-Won't you be here?

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-There's a delivery at Penrhewl

-so you have to sell the place.

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-Yes, boss. No problem.

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-I'm serious, Math.

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-Spotless, right?

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-How are you?

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-I heard about...

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-The story's out then.

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-No, I don't think so. Dad told me.

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-Diane's in pieces.

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-How does she think I feel?

-She hasn't been in touch at all.

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-She's not well.

-She probably feels ashamed.

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-What's happening with Vicky?

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-What's happening with Vicky?

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-You'll see now.

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-Vicky, come here, please.

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-Vicky, come here, please.

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-Yeah?

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-Yes.

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-I want to thank you for sleeping

-with my husband on Thursday.

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-You don't have a job any more.

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-You can't do that.

-Nothing happened.

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-Do you expect me to believe that?

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-Do you expect me to believe that?

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-It's the truth.

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-Jason was upset.

-He needed someone to talk to.

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-If you'd paid him attention,

-it wouldn't have happened.

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-You just said nothing happened.

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-You just said nothing happened.

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-Nothing did, Sara. He was upset.

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-He's worried about being a father.

-He has been for weeks.

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-Oh, right,

-you've been at it for weeks.

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-No.

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-No.

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-What's going on?

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-She says I slept with Jason

-on Thursday.

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-I knew I hadn't dreamt it.

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-It was Jason's fault.

-He was all over her like a rash.

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-At last.

-Someone's telling the truth.

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-She's not!

-She was smashed on the sofa.

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-You don't remember anything

-about Thursday.

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-Hang on a minute.

-Did you say Thursday?

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-Too late, Dol.

-The P45's in the post.

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-That's a bit harsh.

-It was only a snog.

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-It wasn't even a snog.

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-It was one kiss, and he kissed me.

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-I threw him out.

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-Get out of my sight, Vicky,

-and don't ever come back!

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-You're making a mistake.

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-Am I?

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-Am I?

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-Thanks, Gu.

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-Do you want a P45?!

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-Hey, give my regards to Percy.

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-Fine. Bye now.

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-Ta-ra.

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-What came over you?

-I've just lost my job, Jason.

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-Sara's fuming

-and I haven't done anything.

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-Why did you tell her?

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-I don't know. Guilt.

-I was trying to do the right thing.

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-The right thing for you. Pass the

-buck - stop you feeling like a rat.

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-I've just been sacked, Jason.

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-I'm so sorry, Vicky.

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-I've been kicked out.

-I've been at Penrhewl all weekend.

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-And you expect me

-to feel sorry for you?

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-No, I'm just saying.

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-No, I'm just saying.

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-All I did was be a friend to you.

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-You have to sort this out, Jason.

-I want my job back.

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-Or I'll take you to court

-for unfair dismissal.

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-TELEPHONE

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-TELEPHONE

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-Sara.

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-Hello.

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-I want a word.

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-Of course. Are you alright?

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-Of course. Are you alright?

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-What do you think?

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-Look, we can't go on like this.

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-Come over at lunchtime

-and we'll have a chat.

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-OK.

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-.

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-Here you go.

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-Here you go.

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-Thanks.

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-Is it true about Jason and Vicky?

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-Is what true?

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-Is what true?

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-That they're having an affair.

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-No.

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-No.

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-That's what people are saying.

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-I don't know what you're on about.

-Don't spread rumours.

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-Hi.

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-Hi.

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-What do you want?

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-Just saying hello.

-How are you, love?

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-Have you heard something

-about Jason and our Vicky?

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-Diane's Jason?

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-No.

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-Don't worry.

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-Tell me, does Dol usually

-come in here at lunchtime?

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-What's going on with you and Mam?

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-You hated her last week.

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-Now you're like that.

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-Now you're like that.

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-We're not.

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-We just have a lot in common,

-don't we?

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-Ricky and things.

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-Does she or not?

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-Does she or not?

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-No, she goes to the Deri.

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-See you tonight, Debbie.

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-I've spoken to Sara.

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-I'm going home.

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-I'm going home.

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-Really?

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-What did she say?

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-That we can't go on like this

-and that we need to talk.

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-Yes, look...

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-..maybe you should calm down

-and find out what she has to say.

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-I know Sara.

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-She loses her temper

-but she always comes to her senses.

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-If you say so.

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-Right, thanks again.

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-I owe you a pint. To be honest,

-I owe you a couple of pints.

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-We'll see. Something tells me

-you'll have to behave.

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-Good luck.

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-Thank you.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-Ta-ra.

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-It's changed a lot

-since I lived here.

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-The storage cupboard on the landing

-is incredible.

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-It doesn't hold

-as much as you think.

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-It would hold all of Arwen's toys...

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-..and shoes, and all the bed linen.

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-It's a shame

-about the damp in the small bedroom.

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-I don't think it's healthy

-for a child.

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-We'll open the window more often.

-It just needs a coat of paint.

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-This is bigger than I remember.

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-It's a shame the fridge is so small.

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-It's a shame the fridge is so small.

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-It is.

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-There isn't enough room in there,

-and you have to bend down.

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-But you'll get used to it.

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-And there's room

-for a big fridge over there.

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-We could get rid of this one

-and put a vegetable rack there.

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-That would work perfectly.

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-I suppose.

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-Yes, tell Eifion I want it.

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-Yes, tell Eifion I want it.

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-Are you sure?

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-We need a house. Tell him today

-before anyone else gets it.

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-I can't wait to tell Gethin.

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-And he can just roll out of bed

-to work.

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-Thanks, Mathew.

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-I knew you'd see sense.

-I was so happy when you phoned.

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-Sorry?

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-You said we need to talk.

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-You think you're something.

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-"Sara's forgiven me

-for cheating once."

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-I've got news for you.

-I haven't forgiven you.

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-Dol saw you on Thursday

-and she's confirmed it.

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-Dol?!

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-She couldn't even confirm

-her own name on Thursday.

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-Yes, but Vicky said you'd been

-sniffing around her for weeks.

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-Some sob story

-about becoming a father.

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-It's not a sob story. I am worried.

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-About the Down's Syndrome?

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-No.

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-Well...

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-..that's an extra concern, yes.

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-So you want a child without DS

-with Vicky?

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-What?!

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-I don't know what you're thinking!

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-I don't know what you're thinking!

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-Sara, you and the baby are my life.

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-I don't want anything

-or anyone else, do you hear?

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-Sorry, Jason,

-but I don't believe you.

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-Congratulations.

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-I hear you're the new head teacher.

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-Yes. Thanks, Eifion.

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-I'm looking forward

-to getting started.

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-I hope you know what you're doing.

-Bobi's starting next year.

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-We'll be keeping an eye out.

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-Did you see Ffion then?

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-Did you see Ffion then?

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-Yes.

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-And?

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-She didn't seem keen.

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-She said she'll let you know.

-I wouldn't get my hopes up.

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-Oh.

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-Did she say why?

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-No.

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-I mentioned the storage

-and everything...

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-..but that's how it goes sometimes.

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-I suppose.

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-It's a nice house. I'm sure

-there will be plenty of interest.

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-Have you got any cawl?

-It's cold out.

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-Yes. Two bowls?

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-No, a liquid lunch for me.

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-I had a big breakfast.

-A pint, please.

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-I'll pay for Dol's.

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-I'll sit down then.

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-Stop it, Kath.

-I can buy my own drinks.

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-I know...

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-I know...

-

-No grovelling, remember?

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-Anyway, it's only lunchtime.

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-You had a tablet

-only a couple of hours ago.

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-It feels like ages ago.

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-Come on. You're doing really well.

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-You have to be strong.

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-Another one?

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-A pint for me, please.

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-No, an orange juice, please.

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-Drugs and booze do not mix.

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-You've ruined everything.

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-Nothing will be the same again.

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-Nothing will be the same again.

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-Sara, don't say that.

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-I'll do everything I can

-to make this work.

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-It's not enough.

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-It's obvious

-that you're just not ready.

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-I can learn.

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-I'll learn.

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-It's enough

-that I have to learn myself.

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-So...

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-..what are you saying?

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-I know you're the baby's father,

-Jase, but...

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-..I can't rely on you.

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-At least I know

-I can rely on myself.

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-So you might as well

-take that bag back to Penrhewl.

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-I don't want you here any more.

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-I mean it.

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-Oh, Gaynor.

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-Oh, Gaynor.

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-Hello. You can face me today.

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-Yes, I'm sorry about that.

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-I was a bit of a bad loser.

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-A bit? You left me in the Deri.

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-I know. It was childish.

-That's why I bought you these.

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-To apologize

-and to congratulate you.

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-Ooh.

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-"Hard centres". Touche.

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-No, I didn't...

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-No, I didn't...

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-I'm pulling your leg. Thanks.

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-By the way, I'll be on the panel

-to appoint the new deputy head...

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-..and we'll be advertising

-before the end of the week.

0:17:450:17:48

-I really hope you'll try for it.

0:17:480:17:50

-Who's that now?

0:17:590:18:00

-Hey.

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-I wasn't expecting to see you.

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-No, well, things didn't go

-as well as I'd expected.

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-Are you alright?

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-I did tell you

-not to get ahead of yourself.

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-I wish I'd listened to you.

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-She doesn't want me back at all.

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-Mate.

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-Here you go, Jason.

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-Thank you.

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Sut bydd Sara'n ymdopi gyda phresenoldeb Vicky yn Awyr Iach, o ystyried bod hi'n amau iddi gysgu gyda'i gwr yr wythnos diwethaf? How will Sara cope with Vicky's presence at Awyr Iach?


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