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Mae Josh yn dychryn Non gyda'i ofergoelion. A gaiff Chester ben-blwydd hapus? Josh upsets Non with his superstitions. Will Chester have a happy birthday?


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-# Happy birthday to Chester

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-# Happy birthday to you #

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-Thank you.

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-From Catrin, Aaron, Colin and me.

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-Lovely.

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-You had eight through the post

-as well.

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-You're a popular young man.

-I'll put that up for you.

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-Did you have any in school?

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-Yes, a couple.

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-I'm off to see Hannah now.

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-I'm off to see Hannah now.

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-You're not stopping, then?

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-I've got a free afternoon

-so I'm going to Bryntirion.

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-Oh, right. Don't be too long.

-I'm making a special birthday meal.

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-Roast chicken.

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-Oh, yes. Alright.

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-This is for you and Hannah

-to spend on a special treat...

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-..from Colin and me.

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-Thanks, Mam, and Col.

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-Thanks, Mam, and Col.

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-Birthday boy.

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-Right, see you later. Ta-ra.

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-Right, see you later. Ta-ra.

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-Enjoy yourself.

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-Bryntirion!

-I'm fed up of him and Bryntirion.

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-Even on his birthday,

-he's gone over there.

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-It's Hannah he's interested in,

-not Bryntirion.

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-I think Diane's keen

-to have him there.

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-You don't think she's nice to him

-just to spite you?

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-I do think that sometimes, Colin.

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-I've thought of something else too.

-Do you know that photo of Dai?

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-We should confront him.

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-And say what?

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-He has to cancel the Dry January

-scam and pay everyone back.

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-Not today, Britt.

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-Not on Chester's birthday.

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-Colin, this is between me and Dai.

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-Phone him and tell him to come here.

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-I can't order him to come here.

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-Tell him you've got some more

-brewing tips.

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-Make sure he comes here

-and then show him the evidence.

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-Why me?

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-I've got a business to run

-downstairs.

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-Please, Colin, at least do this

-one little thing for me.

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-Non.

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-How's it going today?

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-I'm glad you enjoyed

-that venison curry last night.

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-Oh, well, after I forgot

-what was in it.

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-I've always been squeamish.

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-Nonsense.

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-I've got something else for you,

-something very special.

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-It's the main reason

-I came back to Cwmderi.

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-To give you this.

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-Do you know what it is?

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-A rabbit's foot. It's been

-my loyal companion over the years.

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-I want you to have it. It will

-bring you good luck in hospital.

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-Take it.

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-I hope I won't need luck

-in hospital.

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-You can never be sure.

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-This will definitely

-take care of you.

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-To be honest,

-it's unlucky not to accept it.

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-Josh!

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-Honestly.

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-I had an old friend years ago.

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-He went to hospital

-with a burst appendix.

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-I'd given him this, but...

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-..he hadn't taken it with him.

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-What happened to him?

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-What happened to him?

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-He died.

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-Not from the appendix but from

-a bug he picked up in hospital.

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-But if he'd taken the foot...

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-But if he'd taken the foot...

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-I don't want it.

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-Sorry, Josh.

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-I don't believe

-in silly superstitions like that.

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-Do you want to go now?

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-I can do what I want on my birthday

-and I want to take a walk with you.

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-Ah, that's nice. Did you hear that?

-Like two budgies on the same swing.

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-Romance.

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-Right, ready.

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-Are you coming back afterwards?

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-Are you coming back afterwards?

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-Yes, probably. Chest?

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-Yes.

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-You can have your birthday present

-then.

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-Thank you. See you later, then.

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-Hiya, Col.

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-What can I do for you?

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-Well, we could discuss that, yes.

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-Right, see you in a minute, OK?

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-So long.

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-That was Colin.

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-Look.

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-There's a new Chinese takeaway

-in Cwrtmynach.

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-He wanted to discuss tiles

-around the bath in the bathroom.

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-Oh, right.

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-It would be nice for us

-and Hannah tonight.

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-And Chester can join us

-for a birthday celebration.

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-A treat for him.

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-I thought you were seeing Colin.

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-I thought you were seeing Colin.

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-I am.

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-He doesn't live in the garden.

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-I'm wanted to go into the garage.

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-I've got some Oxford Blue tiles.

-I bet he'd be interested in those.

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-I should have been more considerate.

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-If you didn't like seeing

-a piece of venison...

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-..you wouldn't be too fond

-of a rabbit's foot either.

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-I wasn't scaremongering

-with that story.

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-Hospitals have changed so much

-since then.

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-I just don't want to go

-for the operation...

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-..carrying something like that.

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-No, you don't.

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-But I remembered

-that I had something else.

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-This.

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-It's got nothing to do

-with dead animals this time.

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-Elderflower balm.

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-It's guaranteed

-to give you pleasant dreams.

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-Use it the night before

-the treatment.

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-Please, Josh.

-I don't need that either.

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-I don't need elderflower balm

-and I don't want to rely on luck.

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-Miss, I'm happy to see you.

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-We've all been talking about you

-this week.

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-All the girls in the sixth form

-think you're a lege.

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-We've got a card for you.

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-Thank you, Hannah.

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-Do you know that wall

-of photos of people we admire?

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-Yes.

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-There's a photo of you on display...

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-..with Beyonce, Ellie Simmonds,

-Ariana Grande, Malala, and now you.

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-Well, that's lovely.

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-I just wanted you to know.

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-Thank you.

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-Britt's not in, is she?

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-Britt's not in, is she?

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-No.

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-I'm glad you phoned, Col.

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-You know me well, don't you?

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-A successful local businessman...

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-..who is always looking

-to make some extra money.

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-And I think you're right, you see.

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-With your expertise, we can easily

-set up a micro-brewery in Cwmderi.

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-I've been reading about it

-on the Internet.

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-Look. I've brought you some bottles

-of Mathew's wine as well.

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-I wasn't expecting you

-to bring anything with you.

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-No, we need to look after

-each other, don't we?

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-And I hope that you understand

-this Dry January business.

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-Oh, yes, I do.

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-Don't sit down.

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-Fetch us a glass each

-so that we can start to work out...

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-..how we're going to make

-serious money.

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-There we are.

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-Right...

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-..down the hatch, as they say.

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-Cheers...

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-..and every success

-to the master brewer.

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-Don't worry,

-I'm not following you around.

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-Well, not after today anyway.

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-Well, not after today anyway.

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-What do you mean?

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-A time comes when a traveller

-has to pack up and move on.

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-I'll be gone by tonight.

-Me and my silly superstitions.

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-But I want to apologize to you

-and wish you well.

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-Josh. Just the man

-I wanted to see.

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-And you, Non.

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-I want to arrange

-an outing on Saturday.

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-Everyone to go to Pembrey

-or Llansteffan or somewhere...

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-..walk along the beach and stop for

-a drink and a meal on the way home.

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-The whole family, before you

-and I go into hospital on Tuesday.

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-That's a good idea, Mark.

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-I won't be there,

-but I'll be thinking of you both...

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-..and waiting to hear

-that everything has gone well.

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-Goodbye.

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-What was all that about?

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-I'm not sure.

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-He tried to give me

-some silly old items.

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-A rabbit's foot

-and some elderflower balm.

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-I refused to take them.

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-That might be what upset him.

-It's his way of trying to help.

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-I had no idea he'd react like that.

-I'll go after him.

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-Leave him for now. I'm sure

-he won't leave this second.

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-Well, he'd better not or Mam

-and Debs will be angry with him.

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-Organizing an outing might not

-be such a good idea after all.

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-Goodness me.

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-This is making my eyes water.

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-Not that there's much water in it,

-judging by the kick.

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-It's definitely got something.

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-Right, I had better stop or I won't

-be able to walk straight...

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-..and I'll have to hide

-for the rest of the day.

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-Crikey Moses!

-Where can I put these?!

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-In the cupboard.

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-Oh!

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-Oh, no. I was supposed to

-put this in the oven.

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-Dai!

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-Oh, no!

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-It's become a spatchcock chicken!

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-That's Chester's birthday supper.

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-Yeah. It might get its shape back

-when we roast it.

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-Right, I had better go.

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-It's like a rhinoceros

-has stood on it.

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-Well, I don't know what

-I can offer Chester now.

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-It was Dai's fault.

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-It was Dai's fault.

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-Dai?!

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-Oh...

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-..he'll get his comeuppance,

-I'm telling you.

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-Did you tell him

-about the photo we've got?

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-Oh, um, no. I didn't get a chance.

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-Didn't get a chance?

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-Well, I was... I still think...

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-..that the timing is a bit awkward.

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-What if Chester and Hannah realize

-that it's becoming a war...

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-..between us and Bryntirion?

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-There's going to be a war

-between you and me in a minute.

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-Chester's special dinner

-has been spoiled...

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-..and you're absolutely legless!

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-Happy birthday.

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-That will pay for your driving

-licence and theory test.

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-Wow.

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-Imagine what we could do

-with wheels. Thanks, Mam-gu.

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-And there's something else.

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-On top of this?

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-On top of this?

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-You can have a day to remember.

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-I've just given Chester 100.

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-I've just given Chester 100.

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-100?!

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-I really appreciate it, Dai.

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-And I was going to tell you

-about the other part of the present.

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-We're going to have a meal from the

-new Chinese tonight. It delivers.

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-A lovely spread.

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-A lovely spread.

-

-Yum!

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-Mam's making supper.

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-Well, you'd better check

-what she has to offer first.

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-I've ordered now. And I've got

-the tofu you like, Hannah.

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-Thank you, Mam-gu, but...

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-Thank you, Mam-gu, but...

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-We have to give Mam a chance.

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-Come on, Han. Thank you.

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-Did you have to give him 100?

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-We said we'd pay for his driving

-licence and theory test.

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-I didn't think it would cost

-that much.

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-You might as well have

-bought him a car!

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-I could swear I smell alcohol.

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-Oh... It's turps.

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-Colin was washing brushes

-in the bathroom.

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-I'd better get spruced up.

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-Well, that was a waste

-of eight pounds...

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-..thanks to Dai Ashurst's

-big elephant feet.

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-I'll think of something

-to replace it.

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-The shops are closed. I'm not

-buying a takeaway from Cwm Delhi.

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-Catrin can have a pizza

-from the freezer, I suppose.

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-But I don't know what you,

-me and Aaron are going to have.

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-We'll just have to let Chester down.

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-Let me down on my birthday?

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-Sorry, love...

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-..Dai and Colin have spoiled

-your dinner.

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-Yes, um...

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-..the chicken fell on the floor

-and Dai stepped on it.

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-That's hilarious.

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-Isn't it just!

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-I'll treat us to fish and chips

-with all the trimmings.

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-I've grown up

-having free chips from the shop.

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-We can go back to Bryntirion.

-There's a Chinese takeaway for us.

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-Oh, that's Mam-gu's present.

-A Chinese takeaway.

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-At least I'd planned to cook

-something for you, Chester.

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-She's given me 100 too.

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-She's given me 100 too.

-

-One hundred pounds?

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-I'll text Mam-gu now.

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-Yes, OK.

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-Sorry, Mam.

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-Well...

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-..what a blinking nerve!

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-She's hijacked the birthday...

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-..and now she's hijacked my son.

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-There's nothing we can do now,

-is there?

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-We're going over there.

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-Dai spoiled our dinner...

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-..so he and Diane can give us some

-of the takeaway to make up for it.

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-We can't go over

-and take their Chinese meal.

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-Go and fetch Aaron.

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-We're going to have a big feed

-on Diane...

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-..and we're going to enjoy

-every mouthful.

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-I much prefer black bean tofu

-to chicken and gravy.

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-Mam would have made you

-something vegan.

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-Now, this is my favourite.

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-Oh, crispy beef!

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-Pass the chopsticks, Dai.

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-DAI BURPS

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-You've been doing that

-all afternoon.

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-And why are you eating

-all those mints?

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-Well, this Dry January

-has given me...

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-..some new cravings.

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-Well, stop it, or it will be like

-having a picnic on Krakatoa.

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-Come in.

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-Hello.

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-We're about to eat.

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-I know. That's why we're here.

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-Well, you must have heard...

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-..that he ruined

-our special dinner for Chester.

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-What?

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-I didn't. Colin's chicken

-fell on the floor and I stood on it.

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-These things happen.

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-To some people!

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-You're not hoping to eat with us?

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-We are.

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-We are.

-

-There's only room for four.

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-Don't worry,

-we'll eat on our laps on the sofa.

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-We only need three plates.

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-Look, Aaron, crispy beef.

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-You like that, don't you?

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-So do I.

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-Mmm.

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-Here you are.

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-I thought last night's curry

-would stretch to a few meals for me.

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-I brought the cheese too.

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-I brought the cheese too.

-

-Don't go, Josh.

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-No, I have to go.

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-I'm no good to you.

-I'm in the way more than anything.

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-That's not true.

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-Family is very important

-and I've realized that.

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-This treatment has everyone worried

-and I thought I could help...

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-..but I always make matters worse.

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-If you want to help, don't leave.

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-I know that Mark needs everyone

-around him to be happy.

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-That helps him more than anything.

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-It will help you too.

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-You haven't gone yet, then.

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-I've told him to stay.

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-I've told him to stay.

-

-I might reconsider.

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-But it would give me peace of mind

-if one of you took this.

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-I'll keep it safe for you.

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-Thank you.

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-If you promise to stay,

-I'll take the elderflower balm.

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-You obviously enjoyed that, Britt.

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-Yes. The wine's lovely too.

-What is it?

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-Sauvignon blanc.

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-It's a bit different to the plonk

-you're used to.

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-Oh, aye. It's a shame you

-can't drink, Dai.

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-You're halfway through

-your Dry January.

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-Don't have a dig at Dai!

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-Stop it. You're here to celebrate

-Chester's birthday.

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-Don't make it worse.

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-The nicest present you could

-give Chester is to be nice.

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-I won't say another word, then.

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-I'll go and check that Catrin

-enjoyed her pizza...

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-..and you can get back

-to your hobby, Colin.

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-Photography.

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-I'm sure you'll all get to see

-his latest photos...

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-..on what is sure to be

-a memorable event, let me tell you.

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-Goodnight.

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-Thanks, Diane.

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-What was that supposed to mean?

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-Does anyone know what goes on in

-Britt Monk's head? I've got no idea!

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Mae Josh yn dychryn Non gyda'i ofergoelion. A gaiff Chester ben-blwydd hapus? Josh upsets Non with his superstitions. Will Chester have a happy birthday?