Thu, 19 Jan 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Thu, 19 Jan 2017

Mae Sara'n meddwl bod Jason yn trio defnyddio diflaniad ei fam i ennill ei chydymdeimlad. Sara thinks Jason is trying to use his mother's disappearance to win her sympathies.


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-I don't know, Emma.

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-Do you know what? Sorry, but I don't

-want to talk about that now.

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-Do me a favour, if Mam lands with

-you phone me back straight away.

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-That's it, good. And you.

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-And you, goodbye.

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-You must be able to do something.

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-Thank you very much!

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-For nothing.

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-Emma doesn't know anything either.

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-Anything could have happened

-to her.

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-Calm down and drink that.

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-Do you know what?

-I've been thinking.

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-I was wrong last night.

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-Your mother and I know each other

-well. We've been through a lot.

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-She wouldn't have left me

-at the drop of a hat.

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-You have been bickering

-a lot lately.

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-Do you know why?

-Because of your antics.

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-The more I think about it...

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-..this is all your fault.

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-If you hadn't admitted

-you'd kissed Vicky Collins...

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-..Sara wouldn't have thrown you out

-and your mother wouldn't be upset.

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-You opened up old wounds,

-it's no wonder she left.

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-This is your fault.

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-Thanks, Dai.

-Don't you think I knew that anyway?

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-I hate myself as it is.

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-Blaming each other

-isn't going to help us find Mam.

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-So what are we going to do?

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-How would she have gone?

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-She wouldn't have walked,

-this house is not on a bus route.

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-Either someone's given her

-a lift...

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-..or she's called a taxi.

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-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

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-Deri Deithio.

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-You wait here in case.

-See you later.

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-How many times

-do I have to tell you, Ed?

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-I said platform 4, not 2.

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-Not 3. Number 4.

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-The phone was breaking up,

-I couldn't hear.

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-So this is my fault?

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-So this is my fault?

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-Sorry. I'm not disturbing you, am I?

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-Do you want a taxi?

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-Do you want a taxi?

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-No, I wanted to check something.

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-Did you take Mam anywhere yesterday

-between 9.00am and 2.00pm.

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-From Bryntirion?

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-It should be in the book

-if Ed remembered.

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-There wasn't a fare

-from Bryntirion.

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-There's nothing from Bryntirion.

-Sorry. Why?

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-We think she's gone away.

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-To tell you the truth,

-I don't know what's going on.

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-Have you tried Cwrtmynach Cars?

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-Have you tried Cwrtmynach Cars?

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-No, good.

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-Thanks. If you hear anything...

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-Thanks. If you hear anything...

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-Of course.

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-Thanks.

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-Kelly?

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-Did you see Diane at all yesterday?

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-Um... No. Why?

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-Dai.

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-He thinks she's run away.

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-What?

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-What?

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-She hasn't been herself lately.

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-What do you mean?

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-Every time I asked her if she

-wanted to go out or have lunch...

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-..she always made an excuse

-saying she didn't feel well...

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-..or she was too busy.

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-She's probably gone away

-for a few days.

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-Who wouldn't go away?

-Living with Dai!

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-To where and with whom?

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-To where and with whom?

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-If you're worried, go and see Dai.

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-But don't worry, OK.

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-She won't have gone far.

-I have to go. Ta-ra.

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-Sorry, Math. I've tried stopping him

-but Garry's on his way down.

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-It's alright.

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-I don't understand

-why he hates me so much.

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-Oh, yes? You'll be the quizmaster,

-will you, Paxman?

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-I'm more charming than Paxman.

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-More like Bradley Walsh maybe.

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-Good morning. How's the foot?

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-Gar, what do you think of this?

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-We could put it up

-and see if there's any interest.

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-Who had the idea?

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-Who had the idea?

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-Dani, of course.

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-Alright. We're very quiet

-at this time of the year.

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-Cool. We could make cocktails.

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-They were popular

-when Tyler was here.

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-I love making cocktails.

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-I love making cocktails.

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-Awesome! See you later.

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-You'll do well

-on geography questions.

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-Is Greece close to Poland?

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-Are you alright?

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-I was trying to get

-some peace and quiet.

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-Sorry.

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-What do you want?

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-I was wondering if you'd seen Mam?

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-She's disappeared.

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-She's fed up of men, I guess.

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-Sorry. You must be worried.

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-It's my fault.

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-She was so upset

-you'd kicked me out.

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-I hope you told her why.

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-She'd bought a frame for a photo

-of the scan and everything.

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-Thanks to me,

-I don't have anything.

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-I've ruined everything

-for everyone.

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-What's this?

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-Images of the scan.

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-Open it.

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-I hope you don't mind,

-I had to come and see you.

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-Are you OK?

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-Well, I have been better.

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-Do you know anything?

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-No. Nothing definite.

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-But I do think she's been

-at a low ebb these last few weeks.

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-What do you mean by last few weeks?

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-Haven't you noticed?

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-Haven't you noticed?

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-No.

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-I had sensed something

-wasn't quite right.

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-Why didn't you say anything?

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-I did try telling her

-and I tried cheering her up...

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-..but she insisted she was fine.

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-I remember thinking she'd lost

-her spark for some reason.

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-As if she'd had enough of life.

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-We all go through periods

-like that.

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-Yes.

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-Do you mind

-if I have a look upstairs?

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-Go ahead. I'm glad of any help

-to be honest with you.

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-He's perfect, isn't he?

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-He is or she is.

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-Sara, I'm so sorry.

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-What are you doing?

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-Don't use this Diane business

-to crawl your way back here.

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-I know you, Jason.

-Nothing's changed.

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-You're the baby's father...

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-..but you have to accept

-there's no future for our marriage.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Dai?

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-Yes.

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-Best clothes?

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-Why would she...?

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-Yes, yes, taxis. I'm doing it now.

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-OK. Ta-ra.

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-Yes?

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-Anita says Mam's packed

-all her best clothes...

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-..and some earrings she wore

-when she dressed to impress.

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-Maybe she met another man online.

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-Maybe she met another man online.

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-Mam?

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-No, she can hardly switch on

-a computer.

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-What was that about taxis?

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-I'm supposed to contact

-all the taxi companies.

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-What if something terrible

-has happened to her, Sara?

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-I'd never forgive myself.

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-The numbers for all the local taxi

-companies are in there.

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-.

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-All he does is moan every night

-he can't get his leg comfortable.

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-I haven't slept properly for days.

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-I've given you an extra shot

-to keep you awake.

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-Cheer up, Sioned.

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-Are things still bad?

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-Are things still bad?

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-Everything's fine.

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-I'm not stupid, Sioned.

-Has he hit you again?

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-He hasn't touched me.

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-He's just...

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-It's nothing.

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-It's nothing.

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-Tell me.

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-He likes to belittle me.

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-Make a fool of me

-in front of people.

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-A customer left a book

-in the back of a taxi.

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-We put things like that

-in the lost property box...

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-..but Ed went out of his way

-to hide the book.

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-This sounds pathetic,

-it's no big deal.

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-Yes, it is a big deal.

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-Things build up

-and you're going to crack up.

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-Things are better than they were.

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-Don't flip, right...

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-..but I've done a bit of research

-online and I've found this.

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-They do courses in Swansea.

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-It could help Ed.

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-Or wind him up even more.

-He'd never go to that.

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-Try it.

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-Try it.

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-No.

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-Just leave it. Ed and I

-are sorting it out ourselves.

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-Something like this

-would only make it worse.

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-I'll be the one

-on the receiving end.

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-Oops! Right, then.

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-What do you think?

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-What do you think?

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-Lovely.

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-Nice?

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-Thank you. You're welcome.

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-You enjoy drawing attention

-to yourself, don't you?

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-I'm only trying to keep

-the punters happy.

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-Don't you like hearing

-the till ringing?

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-Damn it.

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-Damn it.

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-Hang on.

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-I'm fine.

-Just leave me alone!

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-I said, hang on.

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-If you put pressure on your foot,

-you could move the bone.

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-Do you want to have to go back

-to the beginning again?

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-Accept a helping hand

-when it's offered.

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-Shall I make you a sandwich?

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-Shall I make you a sandwich?

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-No, thanks.

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-You haven't eaten since breakfast.

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-Go on then.

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-Cheese and pickle, some calcium...

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-Cheese and pickle, some calcium...

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-Cheese and ham.

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-Cheese and ham. Alright.

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-Although,

-we don't have any sopocka!

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-Come on, Dai,

-it's important that you eat.

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-There are three sugars in that tea.

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-There are three sugars in that tea.

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-I don't want anything.

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-Yes? Well?

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-Nothing. Sorry, love.

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-What's this about Mam at a low ebb?

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-I don't think we should

-worry too much about this...

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-..especially after she packed

-so many clothes.

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-This business of Awyr Iach's

-accounts got her down.

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-No. No.

-That wouldn't have bothered her.

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-You knew about it, did you?

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-Well, yes.

-I'd told her not to worry about it.

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-We all make mistakes.

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-There's a new baby on the way.

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-She knew she had

-a lot to look forward to.

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-Are you going to tell her?

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-Sara and I have separated.

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-Are you going to tell her why?

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-Are you going to tell her why?

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-Alright, Dai!

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-He was unfaithful to her, Anita.

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-His wife's pregnant too.

-It's no wonder Diane was upset.

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-It's all his fault.

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-Maybe not, Dai. Sara thinks...

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Diane.

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-No, the taxi firm from Llanarthur.

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-Hello? Speaking.

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-Idiot.

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-Idiot.

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-Come on now, Dai.

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-It's important

-for you both to stick together.

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-Stick together?

-I could strangle him.

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-It will be alright, you'll see.

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-Thank you for phoning.

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-Well?

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-They made a mistake yesterday.

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-They've got a new taxi driver

-who forgot to note down a pick up...

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-..from here yesterday

-at around 10.00am.

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-Diane?

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-Where did he take her?

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-Llanelli station.

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-A train to Fishguard.

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-Fishguard?

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-Apparently, she caught the ferry

-to Rosslare.

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-Here you are. Any news?

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-Sorry?

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-Diane?

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-Diane?

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-No, not yet.

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-Ed, alright?

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-How are you?

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-Tired but we're both alright.

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-I heard about Diane.

-If I can help, let me know.

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-Thank you. I will.

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-Hiya.

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-I'm fed up of this.

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-I know

-what you're doing to Sioned...

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-..while you pretend to be

-as nice as pie to everyone else.

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-Go and see these.

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-Kelly, you don't understand...

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-Kelly, you don't understand...

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-I understand.

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-You're dangerous, devious,

-messing with people's minds.

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-I want proof you've made

-an appointment or I call the cops.

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-I'm serious. Last chance, Ed.

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-I'm not serving you, by the way.

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-Mathew?

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-Is that sandwich alright?

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-What's your game?

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-About this Poland business?

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-Blackmail, is it?

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-Blackmail?

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-Yes. You want money

-to keep your mouth shut.

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-No. It's only a bit of fun.

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-I'm only pulling your leg.

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-I wouldn't know how

-to blackmail anyone, let alone you.

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-Alright.

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-Not that I've got anything to hide.

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-No.

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-No, I know. Even if you had,

-it's none of my business.

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-Exactly.

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-All I want is a job.

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-Sorry, Garry.

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-I know my humour's

-a bit childish at times...

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-..but I enjoy winding people up.

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-I didn't realize it bothered you.

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-I didn't realize it bothered you.

-

-It doesn't.

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-Let's forget it now, shall we?

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-Of course.

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-There's some of this cocktail left.

-Do you want to try some?

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-No, thanks.

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-Come on, a peace offering.

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-It's nice. What's in it?

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-I can't remember.

-I've never made cocktails before.

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-He who dares, Rodney, he who dares.

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-What's going on?

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-Hi, Dani. Do you want a cocktail?

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-Hi, Dani. Do you want a cocktail?

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-No.

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-Someone's changed his tune.

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-What?

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-I was right, wasn't I? About Mathew.

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-He's a good bloke.

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-He's a good bloke.

-

-Maybe.

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-I want you to say...

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-.."I'm sorry, Dani.

-I was wrong about Mathew."

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-OK, OK. I'm sorry,

-I was wrong about Mathew.

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-Say it again.

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-Say it again.

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-Get lost!

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-What did you mean earlier when you

-said Sara suspected something?

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-Nothing. Doesn't matter.

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-Does she know something?

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-No.

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-Sara thought she could have

-met someone else, online.

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-Don't talk such nonsense.

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-Don't worry, there's no sign

-of that on the laptop.

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-Well, no. Your mother can't

-switch it on half the time.

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-That's what I said.

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-Ireland is bigger than you think.

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-Maybe she's gone to see Dic.

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-Don't be so soft.

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-Are you saying

-she's having an affair with him?

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-So, this is where

-you're slacking off.

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-Well, your pay packet will be

-smaller at the end of the week.

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-What have you got there?

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-Kelly gave it to me...

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-..but I think you should go

-on the course.

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-Do you now?

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-It could help, Sioned. Help you

-understand why you're doing this.

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-Are you trying to give me advice?

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-You're more stupid than I thought.

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-I'll tell you

-what you can do with your course...

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-Ah! Sioned!

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-Ah! Sioned!

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-Sorry.

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-I didn't see you there.

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-Go and make me a coffee.

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Mae Sara'n meddwl bod Jason yn trio defnyddio diflaniad ei fam i ennill ei chydymdeimlad. Sara thinks Jason is trying to use his mother's disappearance to win her sympathies.


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