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-At last.

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-I'd intended making breakfast

-but it'll be brunch now.

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-I thought you'd be at work.

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-I thought you'd be at work.

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-I've taken a few days off.

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-How many pieces of toast

-do you want?

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-I'm not really hungry.

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-You have to eat. Afterwards,

-we'll go for a walk to the village.

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-I don't think I can face people.

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-You have to face them sometime.

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-I'll look after you.

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-You're right, I have to do it.

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-But I have to do it alone.

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-I'm going now

-before I change my mind.

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-Wish me luck.

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-But what about breakfast?

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-What are you looking for?

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-I need a plaster.

-Don't worry, it's nothing serious.

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-The plasters are in the bathroom.

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-Carrying it around won't help you

-find out who wrote it.

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-I think I know who wrote it...

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-..Sioned.

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-Do you think so?

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-Do you think so?

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-"You're a bad mother."

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-"You should never

-have had children."

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-I've made the right decision,

-not having anything to do with her.

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-Do you want a sandwich?

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-Do you want a sandwich?

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-Yes, please.

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-I think I'll have one too.

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-What are you doing here?

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-What are you doing here?

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-I've come to see how you are.

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-I'm fine.

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-I'm fine.

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-Good.

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-Look, I know you're still angry

-with me for everything.

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-But I've learned a lot, Mam.

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-The fact is...

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-..I'm not sure that living with

-Gwyneth is the best thing for me.

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-She wants to help,

-she's trying but...

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-You're in no position to be fussy

-about living arrangements.

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-But I'm not happy there, Mam.

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-But I'm not happy there, Mam.

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-Oh.

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-What's going on here?

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-Sioned isn't happy

-living with Gwyneth.

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-I was asking if I could stay here.

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-You know the answer.

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-You know the answer.

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-It wouldn't be for long.

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-No, Sioned.

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-You're my mother

-and we love each other.

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-Well, I love you anyway.

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-It's a shame you didn't think

-of that when you wrote this letter.

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-What letter?

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-Why would I write you a letter?

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-Why would I write you a letter?

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-Because you've got things to say.

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-I'm a bad mother,

-I'm having affairs...

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-..Denzil would be

-turning in his grave.

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-Why would I call Dad, Denzil?

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-Because you didn't want me

-to know you wrote it.

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-I'd tell it to your face

-rather than write a letter.

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-I've done all I can

-many times to try and help you...

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-..and all I've had in return

-is embarrassment.

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-Well, no more. I won't do it.

-You're on your own, Sioned.

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-Maybe that letter is right.

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-Dad would be turning in his grave.

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-Do you still believe she did it?

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-TEXT ALERT

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-Mam-gu.

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-"I want you out of school

-at lunchtime. Come to the cafe."

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-She checks my phone

-all the time.

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-How many texts I've sent,

-who's phoned. She's a nightmare.

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-How's Colin been?

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-He's been tutting a lot.

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-Let's hope he doesn't tell Mam.

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-She'll go nuts...

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-..when she hears I have to chip in

-for Dai and Diane's trip.

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-Mam-gu tried to ground DJ too...

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-..until he reminded her

-he's nearly 30 years old.

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-Are you going to go?

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-I don't want to risk

-another punishment.

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-Don't you two have any work to do?

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-Don't you two have any work to do?

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-Yes. Sorry, miss.

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-You're looking better.

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-I styled my hair this morning

-while Tyler gave Carol a bottle.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-Doesn't Garry help with the baby?

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-Yes. We had a lot to sort out.

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-Look.

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-"Come over. Need to talk"

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-Charming, eh?

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-At last.

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-I wanted to stay in school,

-I've got work to do.

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-I know exactly what type

-of work that is.

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-Let me remind you...

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-..I wasn't the one who could

-have died from alcohol poisoning.

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-What is that to do

-with me having lunch here?

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-To keep you out of Chester's way.

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-To keep you out of Chester's way.

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-It wasn't Chester's fault.

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-There was an adult there - DJ.

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-Don't talk to me about DJ.

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-Hiya.

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-This is Carol, is it?

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-She's lovely.

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-How are things?

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-How are things?

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-Fine.

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-Good.

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-Right, see you.

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-She's got a nerve.

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-You'd better have something to eat.

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-I don't want anything,

-I don't want to be here.

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-What time do your classes

-finish today?

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-At 2.30pm.

-If I'm allowed to go back.

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-Come up.

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-Have you seen this before?

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-Have you seen this before?

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-No. What is it?

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-Your anonymous letter...

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-..criticizing me

-for turning my back on Sioned.

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-I wouldn't waste my time

-writing a letter to you.

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-You have turned your back on her

-anyway.

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-That's my business.

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-Yes, and living here

-is mine and Sioned's business.

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-We're happy. Just leave us alone.

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-Did you say happy?

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-It's funny that she asked to move

-back in with us this morning.

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-Don't worry, I refused.

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-Exactly what I'd expect you to do.

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-It's me again. Phone me.

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-Welcome back.

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-Thank you.

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-Is it alright for me to be here?

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-Yes.

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-A drink?

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-An orange juice, please.

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-How are you settling back in?

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-It's not easy.

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-It's not easy.

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-No.

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-I'm sure it'll get better.

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-I'm sure it'll get better.

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-I wouldn't bank on that.

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-On the house.

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-Thanks.

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-Hey. I've been looking for you.

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-Why?

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-To make sure you're alright.

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-I'm fine.

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-Where have you been?

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-I went to the cafe.

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-I saw Carol. She's lovely.

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-Yes, she is.

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-Was she alright?

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-Was she alright?

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-Yes. Why?

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-Well, I haven't seen her

-for a couple of days.

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-Dani and I...

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-Dani has moved out.

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-You'll be back together soon,

-I'm sure.

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-I'm sorry to hear that.

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-Thank you.

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-A pint, please.

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-A pint, please.

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-Yes.

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-Don't get any ideas

-now that Garry is single.

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-I'm not.

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-That's not the impression I get.

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-That's not the impression I get.

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-Don't judge me.

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-Why? What are you going to do?

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-Move back in with your mother

-without telling me?

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-She's told me.

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-I also know she rejected you.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-No way.

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-I don't believe this.

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-What are you doing here?

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-What are you doing here?

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-I've come to get you.

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-Thank goodness I did!

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-Thank goodness I did!

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-You can't come in here.

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-And you can't see each other.

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-And you can't see each other.

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-But...

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-I don't want a word from you!

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-Gaynor, make sure these two

-don't go near each other in school.

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-There's no point for Colin and me

-to keep them apart...

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-..if they can do

-whatever they like here.

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-What are you doing here?

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-The public aren't allowed

-on school premises.

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-I've come to collect Hannah.

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-You do that at the gate.

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-I'm a councillor.

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-No-one is allowed into the school

-without permission.

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-Hannah, come with me.

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-Mam misunderstood.

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-I didn't ask to move in with her.

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-Why would I want to live

-with her and Jim?

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-When I asked where you'd been, you

-didn't say you'd seen your mother.

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-Because it wasn't important.

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-When did you see her?

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-She came to the flat to accuse me

-of writing an anonymous letter.

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-She did exactly the same with me.

-I don't know what's wrong with her.

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-She's spent too long with you

-probably.

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-You're enough to turn

-anyone's head.

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-I don't want to go back there

-to live.

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-I've been trying

-to get hold of you.

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-I'm here now.

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-Where's Carol?

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-Where's Carol?

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-With Tyler.

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-You sounded really angry

-in your messages.

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-I don't want her to hear us

-arguing.

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-We need to sort out

-the arrangements anyway.

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-We've got more than arrangements

-to sort out.

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-Where did you get 30,000?

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-This is my bank statement.

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-This is my bank statement.

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-Where did you get it?

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-Did you steal it?

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-From me, maybe.

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-Come on, Garry.

-You know I wouldn't do that.

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-Do you have another explanation?

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-Do you know what?

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-It has nothing to do with you.

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-Tell me. Tell me!

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-It's Moc's money.

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-Moc?

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-My inheritance.

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-Are you happy now?

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-Where are you going?

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-There's some stuff I need...

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-..but don't worry,

-I'm not going to steal anything.

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-Hello.

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-Sorry.

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-I feel so sad for Garry and Dani.

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-I feel responsible.

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-You'd better stay away.

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-How many times do I have to say,

-I'm not interested in Garry.

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-There's history between you.

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-There's history between you.

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-You've got history too.

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-We have.

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-Sorry.

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-I just don't want to lose you,

-that's all.

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-Not now.

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-There are too many people here.

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-Well, it's obvious that the author

-knows you and Denzil very well...

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-..so the finger does point

-at Sioned, doesn't it?

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-Yes.

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-But she'd be more likely to shout

-those comments across the street...

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-..than put them in a letter.

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-Yes, she's a handful.

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-She was the same at school.

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-I remember Denzil coming to me

-many times, concerned about her.

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-He thought the world of her...

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-..and couldn't understand

-her bad behaviour.

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-Poor Denzil.

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-That's what the letter says.

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-That's what the letter says.

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-Yes.

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-He'd turn in his grave

-if he saw her now.

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-That's what I said to you

-when we had afternoon tea.

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-Yes. It's true, isn't it?

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-It's almost

-as if you wrote the letter. Did you?

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-What? Me?

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-How do you explain

-the pieces about Denzil?

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-Because we talk about him.

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-And what we discussed

-has turned up in a letter.

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-Eileen, I can understand

-you accusing Sioned or Gwyneth...

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-..but not me.

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-Sorry, I've made a mistake.

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-Yes, you have.

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-I'm not thinking straight.

-Let me buy you a meal in the Deri.

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-No, I don't think so.

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-Sorry.

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-Why do you need those?

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-Because they're mine

-and I don't live here any more.

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-Why did you withdraw 15,000

-from the bank?

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-I wanted the cash.

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-I wanted the cash.

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-What for?

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-It's handy. You like having cash.

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-You're going away, aren't you?

-The clothes, documents, cash.

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-It's my money,

-I can do what I like with it.

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-Not if you're taking Carol away.

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-Is that what you think

-I'm going to do?

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-Do you blame me?

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-I wouldn't do that.

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-To Carol or you.

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-Do you swear?

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-I swear.

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-Why do you need the cash?

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-Why do you need the cash?

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-Please, stop wittering on about it!

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-OK.

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-It's Gethin's half

-of the inheritance.

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-Did he take it?

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-No. I gave it to Ffion.

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-Gethin doesn't know.

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-Gethin doesn't know.

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-If he finds out...

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-I want them to have some money.

-They've been through a lot.

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-Garry, please don't say anything.

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-All I want is for you to see Carol

-and for everyone to be happy.

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-You want me to keep a secret

-for Carol's sake?

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-For everyone's sake.

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-For everyone's sake.

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-Can I see her tomorrow?

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-I'll bring her over after lunch.

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-I'll bring her over after lunch.

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-Thank you.

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-It's not fair to keep us apart.

-I want to see Chester.

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-While you live under my roof,

-you do as I say.

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-OK, so what if I don't

-live under your roof?

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-Oh. Are you going to move out?

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-Pay rent?

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-Shop? Cook? Wash clothes? Clean?

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-You carry on.

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-It's not fair!

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-Haven't you ever been in love?

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-Don't you remember what it's like?

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-Look, I'm doing this

-for your own good...

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-..although you can't see it now.

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-I'll never see

-why you're doing this.

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-It's so cruel.

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-I can't believe you accused Gaynor.

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-I know.

-It was a stupid thing to do.

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-I've lost a friend

-and I've pondered over the letter...

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-..and that's exactly

-what whoever wrote it wanted.

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-Gaynor.

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-Can I come in?

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-Listen,

-I wanted to apologize for earlier.

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-I was too hard on you.

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-I don't want to argue over

-some nasty letter.

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-I should be the one

-apologizing to you.

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-I don't know what came over me.

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-Well, I do know what came over me.

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-This.

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-And this is what I should have done

-the moment I opened it.

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-Well done, Eileen.

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-Do you still want that meal?

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-Do you still want that meal?

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-I'd love it.

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-Come on, Jim. You're paying.

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-I'm sorry.

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-You're ashamed.

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-That's not what it is. I just...

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-I'm nervous.

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-All this is new to me.

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-I'll help you.

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-Like I'm helping you

-by giving you a home.

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-Thanks for reminding me that I don't

-have anywhere else to live.

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-That's not what I meant.

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-Please...

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-..don't treat me

-like one of your enemies.

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-Sorry.

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-You're right.

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-You're one of the only people

-around here who isn't an enemy.

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-Why don't I cook us dinner?

-Is pizza OK?

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-Gwern would love that.

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Aiff Diane i eithafion er mwyn cosbi Hannah a Chester! A wnaiff Sioned fwynhau rhannu fflat gyda Gwyneth? Diane goes to extreme lengths to punish Hannah and Chester.


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