Thu, 07 Sep 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Thu, 07 Sep 2017

Pwy yw'r ffigwr ger gwely Linda? Mae Mathew yn bygwth hapusrwydd Dani a Garry. Who's the figure by Linda's bed? Mathew threatens Dani and Garry's happiness.


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-This programme contains scenes

-which viewers may find distressing.

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-Here you are.

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-Are you sure you don't want

-a piece of toast or something?

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-No, thanks.

-I don't feel hungry this morning.

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-I should get up, but...

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-Stay where you are.

-Is your wrist still painful?

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-No. It's fine.

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-There you are.

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-Thanks, love.

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-It's such a nuisance not being able

-to go upstairs myself.

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-You can't help it.

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-Better?

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-Better?

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-Thanks, Diane.

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-There's fresh tea in the pot.

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-No. I'm going to work.

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-Hi.

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-Eifion gave me this.

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-He met someone

-who has a mate with houses for rent.

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-Great. Where?

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-Great. Where?

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-Swansea.

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-Really?

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-We can't be fussy. You refused

-to move back in with your mother.

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-Don't start. We'll find somewhere.

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-Instant noodles?

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-Nicky likes them.

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-There's not much nutrition in them.

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-There's not much nutrition in them.

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-They were cheap, OK.

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-I had to leave some groceries.

-It's so embarrassing.

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-I gave you 20 the other day.

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-Have you seen the price of nappies?

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-Listen, um...

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-It's none of my business...

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-..but is everything alright

-between you and DJ?

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-He's been very quiet for days.

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-You don't have to tell me

-if you don't want to say.

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-Last week...

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-..when we went for a spin...

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-..I asked him to help me...

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-..to die.

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-Linda...

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-..what you're asking

-is against the law.

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-I don't want to be like this

-any more, Diane.

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-This isn't who I am.

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-I've always been energetic.

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-And now...

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-But if he does

-what you're asking...

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-..he'll have to live

-with his conscience...

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-..for the rest of his life.

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-And I'm not sure he could do that.

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-He could get into a lot of trouble.

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-I don't want him to suffer

-because of me.

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-That's the last thing I want.

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-So tell him...

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-..that you don't want him to do it.

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-It's not fair on him.

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-Hi, Ty. It's me.

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-I was wondering

-if Liv had been in touch.

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-Ring me back when you get this. OK?

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-What did they say?

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-Oh, typical.

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-Well, thanks for everything.

-I appreciate it.

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-I'll know who to phone next time.

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-Not that there'll be a next time.

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-Ta-ra.

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-The solicitor.

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-The police have dropped the charges.

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-How?

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-Not enough evidence.

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-Not enough evidence.

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-You're lucky.

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-Hiya. You don't have to worry

-about the police any more.

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-Dad's not going anywhere.

-Come here.

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-Hey, Gwern, go and see if Mathew's

-got any crisps for your lunch box.

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-You must be feeling

-very proud of yourself.

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-Aren't you?

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-No. Telling Gwern he doesn't

-have to worry about the police.

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-I was putting his mind at rest.

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-He shouldn't have to worry

-in the first place!

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-Raising a child is serious.

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-Raising a child is serious.

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-I know that.

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-No, you don't.

-Not the way you behave with Gwern.

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-You're overreacting.

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-No. You've forgotten

-what a normal life is.

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-I'm telling you now, life won't

-be like this with our baby.

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-I don't want her to worry about

-prison, or the police or anything.

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-Or she'll be better off

-without a father at all.

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-DJ?

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-Do you want something to eat?

-Diane's made some soup.

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-Or a cuppa?

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-Or a cuppa?

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-Sit down.

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-Have some soup.

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-Have some soup.

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-Sit with your mother for a moment.

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-What I asked you to do...

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-..it wasn't fair.

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-It's not something a mother

-should ever ask of her son.

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-You've looked after me so well.

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-And I'm still going to do that.

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-It's not fair that you have

-to squat here either.

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-I've seen a cottage

-on the way to Penrhewl.

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-After you get over your fall,

-we'll go and see it together.

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-It will be better there.

-Just the two of us.

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-And I'm going to spoil you, Mam.

-You'll see.

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-I love you, DJ.

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-And I love you too, Mam.

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-More than anything.

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-Go back to work now.

-I need to sleep.

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-I'm tired.

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-Any luck?

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-He wanted a bond.

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-They all want a bond.

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-Can't you get any more shifts here?

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-No. I've already told you.

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-Right.

-I have to go and pick up Nicky.

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-Math, do you have any money?

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-I forgot to buy bread.

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-That's all I have, but I get paid

-today. Has Nicky had lunch?

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-No. I was going to cook for him now.

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-Take that for him.

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-Did you order these from Awyr Iach?

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-Did you order these from Awyr Iach?

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-Yes. Thanks for bringing them over.

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-It saves you a trip.

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-I want to get Gaynor up Snowdon

-one day!

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-There's a technique

-to painting skirting boards.

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-I can show you, if you want.

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-I'm sure

-you have enough on your plate.

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-No, it's alright.

-I quite like painting, to be honest.

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-It takes my mind off other things.

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-How's your mother after her fall?

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-I think it's affected her

-more than she'll admit.

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-But she had...

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-Never mind.

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-It can be harder for the family

-than the patient sometimes.

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-But remember, if there's anything

-you ever want to talk about...

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-..it won't go any further.

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-She had tablets.

-But I couldn't do it for her.

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-I couldn't do what she wanted.

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-She gave them to me the other day

-to assist her dying.

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-I know it's selfish, but...

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-..I don't want to lose her

-before I have to.

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-I understand.

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-But sometimes, a person who is sick

-can sense when it's time to go.

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-At times like that,

-maybe it should be their decision.

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-Do you think so?

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-Do you think so?

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-If they're clear in their own mind.

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-Mam's mind is fine.

-She's as sharp as ever.

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-I'm the one who's losing the plot.

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-Look, would you like me

-to go and sit with her?

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-Maybe it would help her

-to talk to someone else.

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-It would be a relief. Thank you.

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-Do you mind if I stay here?

-It helps.

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-You'd be doing me a favour.

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-You'd better have a key

-in case Mam's asleep.

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-Thank you.

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-Don't be so hard on yourself.

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-Or on your mother.

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-When the end comes,

-none of us know how we'll be.

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-Everything I do,

-I do it for you and the baby.

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-How many times

-have I heard that before?

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-It's true. It's not an excuse.

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-There's no point in us

-arguing all the time.

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-It's the future that matters.

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-And the baby.

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-Come here.

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-I love you so much, you know that.

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-Can you take these boxes out,

-please?

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-Of course.

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-Thanks.

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-Thank you so much.

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-Hello?

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-It's only me.

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-Dr Pritchard.

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-Hello, doctor.

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-I'm so pleased to see you.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks, Mathew.

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-Any news from Liv yet?

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-We argued over the baby's name.

-I feel terrible.

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-It's not your fault she's gone.

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-I don't know.

-She's always been fragile, you know.

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-You did everything you could

-to help her.

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-You've got your own life to live.

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-You know what, you're right.

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-Thanks.

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-What about you?

-Have you found a place to live yet?

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-No. We're still looking.

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-If I can help, just ask, OK?

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-Mathew, what are you doing?

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-That's from the cash and carry.

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-That's from the cash and carry.

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-I was putting it back.

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-In your bag?

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-No. I took them,

-then I changed my mind and...

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-And you expect me to believe that?

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-And you expect me to believe that?

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-Not everyone is like you.

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-You take advantage. I know exactly

-what you did with those cars.

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-Are you threatening me?

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-No.

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-If you say a word about the cars

-to anyone...

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-..I'll make sure

-you go down with me.

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-Get out.

-I don't want to see you here again.

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-What's going on?

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-What's going on?

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-He's been stealing. Go!

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-No. I was putting them back!

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-I won't ask again.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-"I've found a place!

-No need for a bond!"

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-I'm coming towards the end,

-aren't I?

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-Your pulse is very weak.

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-But we could call for an ambulance.

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-No.

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-You know what I said.

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-Do not resuscitate.

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-And you're sure about that?

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-And you're sure about that?

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-Yes.

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-Do you want me to phone DJ?

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-No.

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-Just tell him...

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-..this is what I wanted.

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-I will.

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-Don't worry, I'll look after him.

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-I thought I'd be afraid.

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-But I'm not.

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-It feels right.

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-It feels right.

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-I'm glad.

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-Thank you for being here, doctor.

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-Dani.

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-Sorry.

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-Does Garry know you're here?

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-Why did you do it?

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-If you wanted anything,

-you could have asked.

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-I regretted it straight away.

-Please, Dani.

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-Please can I have my job back?

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-Please can I have my job back?

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-Garry doesn't want you here.

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-You've persuaded him before.

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-You've persuaded him before.

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-Yes, but this is different.

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-I need this job.

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-You should have thought of that

-before stealing.

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-How can we trust you?

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-How can we trust you?

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-It won't happen again, I swear.

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-Please, I'm desperate.

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-You'd better go.

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-Does Garry know about us?

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-No. You know he doesn't.

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-I could tell him.

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-You wouldn't do that.

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-Why not? He cheated on you.

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-Why not tell him

-that you cheated on him too?

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-That's not how he'll see it.

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-Why? One rule for him

-and another for you?

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-It's about time someone told him.

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-I know you, Mathew. You wouldn't.

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-Really?

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-Why not?

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-I don't have anything to lose...

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-..if I don't have a job.

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-How is she?

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-She's gone. I'm sorry.

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-I don't understand.

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-I was talking to her earlier.

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-We were going to look

-for somewhere to live. Together.

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-She went into a coma

-shortly after I arrived.

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-But she went peacefully

-and she wasn't in pain.

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-Why didn't you wait for me, Mam?

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-Don't you think you were a bit rash

-sacking Mathew?

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-No.

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-But he's never done

-anything like that before.

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-He must be really desperate.

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-He must be really desperate.

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-I had no choice.

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-You heard him threatening me.

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-He panicked, probably.

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-If I give in now, what's to stop

-him threatening me again?

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-He won't.

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-It's been really tough

-for him and Vicky recently.

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-They don't have anywhere to live.

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-They don't have anywhere to live.

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-That's not our problem.

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-You always take his side.

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-You always take his side.

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-No.

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-Yes, you do. You have a soft spot

-for the bloke.

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-Anyone would think you fancied him.

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-Anyone would think you fancied him.

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-Listen to yourself, will you?

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

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-I forgot my coat.

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-You've got a nerve.

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-I'm sorry. For everything.

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-Good. Now, off you go.

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-Hiya.

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-Did you get my text?

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-I've been on the Internet

-and it looks alright from outside.

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-I said we would view it tonight.

-Are you on a late shift again?

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-Math?

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-I'm not working.

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-So we could go earlier.

-I'll check the buses.

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-There's no point.

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-You're joking! This is

-the first flat we can afford.

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-I've been sacked.

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-Sleep peacefully, Mam.

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-has been affected...

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-..by the storylines portrayed

-in this programme...

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Pwy yw'r ffigwr ger gwely Linda? Mae Mathew yn bygwth hapusrwydd Dani a Garry. Who's the figure by Linda's bed? Mathew threatens Dani and Garry's happiness.