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A all Kelly achub Ed rhag crafangau Sioned? Daw cerdyn post oddi wrth Diane, ond a fydd Dai yn hapus i'w weld? Can Kelly save Ed from Sioned's clutches? A postcard arrives from ...


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-You're pathetic!

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-What are you going to do?

-Nothing, as usual!

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-Sioned!

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-Ed!

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-Ed!

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-Thank goodness you're here.

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-I saw what you did.

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-I had no choice.

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-He came back here, angry,

-saying he'd teach me a lesson.

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-Once and for all. I was scared.

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-I want to see him.

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-Not now.

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-He'll be furious.

-There's no telling what he'll do.

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-Leave him alone. Trust me.

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-He was screaming.

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-I've never been so scared.

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-I'm still shaking, look.

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-He pushed me into it.

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-You know what he's been like.

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-I'll make us a cuppa.

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-Talking to you

-always makes me feel better.

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-Right, I'm making brunch.

-Do you want some?

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-Brunch? People who get up

-before 10.00am call it breakfast.

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-Do you want some or not?

-You haven't eaten for a while.

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-I don't have time to eat. There's

-a long list of people to phone.

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-Someone must know something

-about Diane.

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-Maybe there's a reason

-why she left her phone.

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-Maybe she wants some peace.

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-So do I, but it's not

-how marriages work.

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-I want her back safely,

-that's all.

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-Hello, Janice? Hi. It's Dai Ashurst.

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-I was checking up on Diane.

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-He's come home angry before.

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-But there was something in his eyes

-today.

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-I really thought

-he was going to kill me.

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-Sorry.

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-He was shouting at me.

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-Saying that I'm pathetic.

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-He called me a slapper,

-said I wasn't good enough for him.

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-He was about to hit me

-when something inside me snapped.

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-It took all my strength

-to stand up for myself.

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-To do exactly what he deserved.

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-And that's thanks to you.

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-I did what you've been

-telling me to do for weeks.

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-I didn't tell you to be violent.

-What I saw was disturbing.

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-I know.

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-And I know how it looked.

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-But do you have any idea how often

-I've been in that situation?

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-Maybe what I did was terrible...

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-..but it was high time for him

-to suffer the pain I've suffered.

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-This might be a new start for us.

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-This might be a new start for us.

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-What?

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-Now he knows he can't hurt me...

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-..that I can stand up for myself,

-that I'm stronger than he thought.

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-I'd like to see him

-because I'm worried.

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-There's no need.

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-I saw him while I was making

-a cuppa. There's not a mark on him.

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-The coffee wasn't even hot.

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-I know you've been worried

-about me.

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-I really do appreciate that.

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-But this is the last chance

-Ed and I have to be happy.

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-Please don't ruin that for me.

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-You've been a good friend.

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-But it's all under control now.

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-I'll take you down.

-You've got better things to do.

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-I'm happy to stay and talk.

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-Everything's fine, honestly.

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-Oh, how did it go?

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-You were right.

-I should have gone ages ago.

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-I'm so proud of you.

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-I know it hasn't been easy

-for you to see a counsellor.

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-Things won't change overnight

-but I'm trying.

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-I know that, and I'll be here

-every step of the way.

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-Sit down. I'll make you a cuppa.

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-Who are these half-naked men?

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-I found it just now.

-Courtney and I watched it.

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-"A comedy drama set in the world

-of male strip clubs."

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-She picked it. She loved it.

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-I'd like to see it.

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-I don't...

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-I don't...

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-But Courtney liked it.

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-I'll go downstairs

-to fetch the popcorn.

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-Dani!

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-Dani!

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-Dani!

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-Alright! What?!

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-The Christmas profits

-are much lower than expected.

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-And?

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-And?

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-I want to know why.

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-Um, I don't know,

-but I'm guessing...

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-..because I had to run

-the place on my own.

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-You had plenty of time

-to waste on that panto.

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-Maybe your priorities were wrong.

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-Are you Sion White?

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-Are you Sion White?

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-The Deri comes first, OK?

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-It's thanks to the panto

-we have any profits.

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-Where did people go

-after rehearsals?

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-For the performance, it was packed.

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-For the performance, it was packed.

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-Good. We need more of that.

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-We have to think of ideas.

-Where are you going?

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-To dry my hair, Garry.

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-To dry my hair, Garry.

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-I want to brainstorm now.

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-A cuppa might help.

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-A cuppa might help.

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-So make one!

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-I'd love to, but...

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-Do you know what?

-It's lovely to have you back.

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-They're not going to strip again,

-are they?

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-I think so.

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-You're enjoying this film

-a bit too much.

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-Me? I'm hating every second.

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-I looked like that

-when I was their age.

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-Really?

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-To be honest, I had bigger muscles

-than half of these.

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-Did you rub oil on your chest

-like that?

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-Maybe.

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-It's nice to see you smiling again.

-I'm glad the counselling's helping.

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-But I'd like it if you could talk

-to me about Courtney one day.

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-Maybe I could come

-to one of the sessions.

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-There's no rush.

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-Listen...

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-..I'm happy to do

-what Courtney liked to do...

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-..but I don't want to talk

-about her or what happened.

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-Not with you.

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-Not yet.

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-I'm ready when you're ready.

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-They've got their clothes back on.

-Press rewind, will you?

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-I'm going for a walk.

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-Now? I'll come with you.

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-No, you carry on watching the film.

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-I won't be long.

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-It's cold out there.

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-He's not here, is he?

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-I don't want another telling off.

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-I don't want another telling off.

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-No.

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-He's at home phoning every number

-in Diane's address book.

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-Any luck?

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-Any luck?

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-Not yet.

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-This is all my fault.

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-Dai's right. I've really messed up

-again, haven't I?

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-What if she never comes back?

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-Blaming one another

-won't get us anywhere.

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-We're all guilty

-of adding to her stress levels.

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-Why don't we try

-to sort it out together?

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-Hey.

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-This is from Diane.

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-"I'm alright,

-but I need peace and quiet.

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-"Take care of each other."

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-Does that mean she'll coming back?

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-I'd say so.

-Once she tires of peace and quiet.

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-We need to go and tell Dai.

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-Yes, before she comes back

-to a huge phone bill!

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-You can come out now, Ed.

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-Kelly's gone.

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-It took a while...

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-..but I think I convinced her

-nothing's wrong here.

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-Did you tell her the truth?

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-Which version of the truth

-would that be?

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-That you're a murderer?

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-That it was you

-who attacked Gwyneth?

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-That I'm doing all I can

-to keep you out of prison?

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-No.

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-You're lucky.

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-I've just saved your bacon.

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-I told her

-that you were about to hit me.

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-What I did was self-defence.

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-We don't want people

-to suspect you, do we?

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-No.

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-You're alright, aren't you?

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-You're not in any pain, are you?

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-No.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Dad, are you in?

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-Yes. I'm on my way out

-to see Glenys Pop.

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-She must know something.

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-She won't answer her phone.

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-Diane doesn't break wind

-before she lets her know.

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-It's before midday

-so there's a chance she'll be sober.

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-Oh, what's he doing here?

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-I've got some good news for you.

-Mam. She's alright.

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-We found it at APD this morning.

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-She couldn't even post it

-to the house.

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-"Take care of each other."

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-What's that supposed to mean?

-Isn't she coming back, or what?

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-Don't be so soft. It's good news.

-All she wanted was peace and quiet.

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-Peace and quiet for how long?

-Away from you, I suppose!

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-Listen, I know this is my fault.

-Don't you think I'm suffering too?

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-I've lost everything. Mam, Sara...

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-I've lost everything. Mam, Sara...

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-Diddums! What do you want, Jason?

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-Sympathy? How about a cwtch?!

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-Sympathy? How about a cwtch?!

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-Right. Stop it, both of you!

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-It's peace from this bickering

-Diane wanted. I don't blame her.

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-She's in Rosslare and she's safe.

-She'll come back when she's ready.

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-"Take care of each other," she said.

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-So for once, can you listen

-and do what she wants?

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-I suppose so.

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-Good. We can start by having lunch

-together around the table.

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-She said there was no mark on you.

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-She said there was no mark on you.

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-What are you doing here?

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-I knew she was lying.

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-I knew she was lying.

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-You can't barge in here. What if..?

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-Calm down, OK? I heard her

-telling Gwen she was going to town.

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-I'm so sorry.

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-I should have believed you.

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-No, don't.

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-It's OK.

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-You don't have to be afraid.

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-You're safe.

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-"Hello, this is Jim.

-Please leave..."

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-I'm going to see Jim.

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-I'm going to see Jim.

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-You don't have time.

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-What do I have to do now?

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-This St Dwynwen's night.

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-No. Valentine's night, I said.

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-There's a month until then.

-We need a busy night now.

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-Yes, but St Dwynwen's Day

-is on Wednesday.

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-Great, isn't it?

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-That's 48 hours - plenty of time

-for someone as talented as you.

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-I'll help too.

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-Do you know what? I'll do it myself.

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-I've coped without you for ages.

-So why change anything now?

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-Can I sit down?

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-People fear silence

-when they're grieving, don't they?

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-They always feel

-they have to say something.

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-But sometimes it helps

-to have someone sitting there.

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-At last, someone who understands.

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-When is all this

-going to get easier?

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-Not for a long time.

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-People carry on with their lives

-as if Courtney never existed.

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-You have to be selfish, Jim.

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-You have to do

-what makes you feel better.

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-Closer to her.

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-There is somewhere I like to go

-when it all gets...

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-There you are. I've been worried.

-You said you wouldn't be long.

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-I'll go, OK.

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-Thanks.

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-Sorry. I wanted five minutes

-to myself, that's all.

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-Of course.

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-What do you fancy for dinner?

-I've got some steak.

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-Lovely.

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-You can't do that.

-I can't leave her.

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-Why?

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-You don't have to live in fear.

-Right?

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-We're going to go to the police.

-I saw everything. There's a way out.

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-I don't want a way out.

-I'm happy here.

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-How can you say that

-after what she did?

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-Sioned doesn't mean it.

-It's been a stressful time for her.

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-Losing her father,

-Auntie Marian, Courtney...

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-That's no excuse.

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-That's no excuse.

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-I haven't been a good husband.

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-She deserves more support

-which is what I'm going to give her.

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-I want you to leave.

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-I'm not turning my back.

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-I'm not turning my back.

-

-I don't need your help.

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-Thanks, Kelly, but please...

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-..please go away.

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-OK.

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-I'm telling you now...

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-..I'm not letting this go.

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-I'm not much of a fan

-of poached eggs.

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-I like them fried in bacon fat.

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-That's how Diane does it.

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-I'll remember that next time.

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-You shouldn't have

-to cook his eggs.

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-You're right,

-but he's not much use.

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-Mam should be here.

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-She'd love to hear you say that.

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-Right. I'm going to look for her.

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-Is Rosslare a safe place for a

-woman to be alone? We don't know.

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-I can't sit here and do nothing.

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-I can't sit here and do nothing.

-

-It's me who should go.

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-She went to get away from you,

-didn't she?

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-You think so, do you?

-She sent the card to APD.

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-She's in no great rush

-for you to find her, is she?

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-Anyway, blood's thicker than water.

-She needs her son.

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-Who was with her all those years

-when you were Down Under?

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-It was muggins here

-who looked after her.

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-You two are like children.

-If you have to go, go together.

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-But let me tell you, she won't

-be pleased to see either of you.

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-We'll see about that.

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-Great. So we're going together,

-are we?

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-If we have to.

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-FOOTSTEPS

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-Hiya. Did you have

-a nice time in town?

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-How do you know

-that's where I've been?

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-Those bags are a clue.

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-I was, um...

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-I was worried you'd been hurt.

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-Oh, thank you.

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-This might sting a bit.

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-Just tell me.

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-You do know I never want

-to hurt you, don't you?

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-It all gets too much

-for me sometimes.

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-I'm trying my best to keep you

-out of prison and I get stressed.

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-You understand that, don't you?

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-You understand that, don't you?

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-Yes, of course. It's my fault.

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-You do push me too far sometimes.

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-I know. I'm so sorry.

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-Bear in mind that everything I do

-is for your own sake.

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-I don't want to lose you.

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-Better?

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-Better?

-

-Yes. Thanks.

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-There's no need to thank me.

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-I'll always look after you.

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-I'll make us a cuppa.

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A all Kelly achub Ed rhag crafangau Sioned? Daw cerdyn post oddi wrth Diane, ond a fydd Dai yn hapus i'w weld? Can Kelly save Ed from Sioned's clutches? A postcard arrives from Diane.