Thu, 20 Apr 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Thu, 20 Apr 2017

Mae Doctor Pritchard yn cynnig cyngor i Sheryl ond tybed ydy Hywel ychydig yn genfigennus? Doctor Pritchard offers Sheryl some advice - but could Hywel be a little jealous?


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-Oh, Mam. I'm glad I caught you.

-It's a card for Colin.

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-Thanks.

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-Are you alright?

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-Nobody likes funerals, do they?

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-I didn't realize

-you were so close to Sam.

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-I'm going because of Colin.

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-Maybe I'll have to face

-Ed's funeral one day.

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-If they ever find him.

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-It's a difficult time for you.

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-There's no point

-feeling sorry for myself.

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-I need to look to the future.

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-I need to look to the future.

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-I suppose so. Ta-ra.

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-What's happened here?

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-Gwern knocked it over

-and then he ran upstairs.

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-Deliberately?

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-Deliberately?

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-No, but I told him to be careful.

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-He's only trying to help.

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-I know. I'll go up to see him...

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-I know. I'll go up to see him...

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-No, I'll go.

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-Sion!

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-I've got some good news for you.

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-Hi.

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-The surgery

-won't be downgraded after all.

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-That's great news.

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-I'll be your GP

-for the next six months at least.

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-Welcome to the village,

-Dr Pritchard.

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-I'm on my way to the Deri for

-a bite to eat. Do you fancy a pint?

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-No, I have to work this afternoon.

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-No, I have to work this afternoon.

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-Ah, right.

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-But I could do

-with something to eat as well.

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-I can introduce you

-to some more locals.

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-As long as they don't start talking

-about their ailments!

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-# Can Huw Puw #

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-Are you alright, Col?

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-Where should I put this?

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-We said it would be

-a celebration of his life.

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-And no long faces.

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-Really?

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-The drinks are on him, you see.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Just in case you're shocked...

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-..Colin wanted the coffin

-to start from here.

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-That's a nice idea.

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-Sam regarded this place as home.

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-Thanks for coming.

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-Thanks.

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-Remember, I want to see

-everyone smiling today.

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-Colin...

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-Colin...

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-Leave it.

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-It's exactly what Dad

-would have wanted.

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-Thanks.

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-To Sam.

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-To Sam.

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-It's nice to have some good news.

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-We'll have to organize an interview

-for Cwm FM.

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-Sion deserves the praise.

-He did all the hard work.

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-Hywel runs the local radio station

-and he coaches the rugby team.

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-If you want a fly half...

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-I was captain too

-before I got injured.

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-For which team?

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-Boomerangs.

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-I lived in Australia for years.

-It's a team in the Brisbane area.

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-What's wrong with her?

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-Have you phoned the surgery?

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-Everything OK?

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-Hang on. My daughter's

-got a bit of a temperature.

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-I'll pop in and see her

-if you want.

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-But you're on your lunch break.

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-You only live next door.

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-It's no problem.

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-Right. Listen, I'll be with you now.

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-OK? Ta-ra.

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-Thanks. See you, Sion.

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-I'm sorry for snapping at him.

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-I just wanted the flowers

-to look nice for you.

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-If you let Gwern help you,

-you could finish quicker.

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-It'll do him good

-to learn some new things.

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-But there we go, if you think

-he's getting under your feet...

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-Come on, Garry, I didn't say that.

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-I'll go up to see him now.

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-A pint of water, please.

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-I've got a headache

-after that champagne last night.

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-That's what happens...

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-..if you don't know when to stop.

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-It's hard not to

-when you're enjoying yourself.

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-Yes, thank goodness.

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-Um, if I can have your attention

-for a second.

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-I don't think I can...

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-..give my eulogy by the grave

-or in the chapel.

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-Maybe I'd break down and cry,

-you know.

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-Yes. There were...

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-There were three places

-that were very close to Dad's heart.

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-Lampeter, of course...

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-..where he was born and raised.

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-Like me.

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-And today he's...

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-..going home for the last time.

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-To rest with Mam.

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-And then there was the sea,

-of course.

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-Mam always said he was born

-with salt in his blood.

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-Unlike me. I feel sick in the bath.

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-More recently, Cwmderi

-had grown to be very close to his...

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-Gosh,

-I'm having trouble reading this.

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-I'm so, so glad

-that you came looking for me, Dad.

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-We had a lot of fun together,

-didn't we.

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-Yes.

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-I wish we'd had more time.

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-There was so much...

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-..I wanted us to do together.

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-So many things

-I wanted to tell you.

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-But there we go.

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-I should be grateful

-for what we had.

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-Excuse me.

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-Are you OK?

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-Yes. Thanks.

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-I'm sorry

-for dragging you here unnecessarily.

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-Not at all.

-Her glands don't seem to be swollen.

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-She was so lethargic

-after Hywel went to work.

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-It's probably a virus.

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-I'll write you up a prescription.

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-Make sure that she stays hydrated.

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-I was imagining

-all sorts of things.

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-Sheryl likes to check the symptoms

-on the Internet...

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-..and then jumps

-to all kinds of conclusions.

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-A little knowledge

-can be a dangerous thing.

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-I'm trying not to.

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-I learned my lesson recently.

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-I've got alopecia.

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-Oh. I see.

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-Shame there isn't any medicine

-that can sort that out.

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-Thanks.

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-So long.

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-Thanks.

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-I was passing by

-and noticed the window was open.

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-I was worried someone might break

-in while we're at the funeral.

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-It was your idea to open it.

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-To let the soul out.

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-To let the soul out.

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-Oh, yeah.

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-Maybe he closed the door

-on his way out.

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-The eulogy wasn't that bad, was it?

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-No, it was perfect.

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-Colin,

-we'd better think about going.

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-It would be typical of Dad.

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-Being late for his own funeral.

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-I've just been to see my solicitor.

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-Nothing wrong, I hope?

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-No.

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-He's gone through everything.

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-It's just a matter of...

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-..signing it.

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-I'm free now.

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-Come up to the flat.

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-There's no point waiting.

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-Life's too short.

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-I can't now.

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-I'll bring it over later.

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-If you've got cold feet...

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-If you've got cold feet...

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-I'll be there.

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-Alright?

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-The flowers look lovely.

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-Thanks for going to the effort.

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-The clothes don't look lovely,

-they're filthy.

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-Here you go.

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-Your new company.

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-Wow. That was quick.

-Has she signed it?

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-Not yet.

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-Not yet.

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-Why?

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-Maybe it's time you showed her

-who's boss.

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-What are you doing here?

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-A contract for you to sign.

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-I'll be running Deri Deithio now,

-you see.

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-I see.

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-Listen, Sioned...

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-..Garry wanted it in my name,

-I didn't ask for it.

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-You're just a tax evasion scam.

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-I'm sure

-there are financial advantages.

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-You don't sound too keen.

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-Just tired.

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-Are you going to sign it?

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-This isn't easy for me.

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-If I sign these,

-I lose my livelihood.

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-You've only got yourself to blame.

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-You think I don't know that?

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-You don't know how lucky you are.

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-We've all got problems, Sioned.

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-You and Garry?

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-The golden couple.

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-No. Life isn't always plain sailing.

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-I thought I sensed some tension

-between you earlier.

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-Are you going to sign it?

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-I'd like to read through it

-properly.

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-Just to make sure.

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-Yes, fine.

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-Bring it over when you're ready.

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-What happened to the boat

-that was outside?

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-Firewood by now, I should think.

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-Thanks for coming back. I didn't

-fancy returning to an empty house.

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-Are you going to be alright?

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-Well, today has helped.

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-I'd better go home. I think Jim

-will be worried about me.

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-Stay for a drink first.

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-So Sam didn't drink the place dry?

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-So Sam didn't drink the place dry?

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-No, not the last time.

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-It's a pity Yvonne wasn't there.

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-You didn't expect her to be there

-though, did you?

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-Obviously

-too many things have been said.

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-There were a lot

-of Sam's seafaring friends there.

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-He was popular.

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-But nobody unexpected.

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-But nobody unexpected.

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-The mystery woman, you mean?

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-I had hoped

-there'd be some sort of clue.

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-But I'm no near finding out.

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-You'll have to accept

-that maybe you'll never find out.

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-Maybe you're right.

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-Colin,

-your father's solicitor is here.

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-What?

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-She wanted to speak to you

-in Lampeter but you'd gone.

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-Guaranteed Dad's

-left some unpaid bills.

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-Typical.

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-Come in.

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-Hiya. I saw Dr Pritchard outside.

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-How's the little girl?

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-She ate a good supper

-and is now fast asleep.

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-Pleased to hear it.

-Children can be tough.

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-I wasn't expecting two visits

-in one day.

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-I wanted to give you

-these contact details.

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-Trichologist?

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-He's an expert in alopecia.

-Maybe he can help.

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-Is that a private clinic?

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-This treatment isn't available

-on the NHS, unfortunately.

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-But he has helped

-a number of patients.

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-Look, I can ask him to send you

-more information if you like.

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-Why not? That would be great.

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-Sorry, I haven't offered you

-a cup of tea.

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-I'm fine, thanks. I've promised

-to have a pint with Sion White.

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-Enjoy yourself.

-Thank you, Dr Pritchard.

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-How was training?

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-Not great, considering

-they've got a big game on Saturday.

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-If you need some tips

-from an old Wallaby, just ask.

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-I'll be alright, thanks. They'll be

-fine after the lecture I gave them.

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-Thank you.

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-That was nice of him, wasn't it.

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-Isn't he a saint.

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-Do you know

-if they've caught the APD thief?

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-No. It's hard to believe

-it was Jason.

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-No, I wouldn't think so.

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-I don't think so.

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-Excuse me.

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-What's wrong?

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-Dad's will.

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-Don't tell me,

-he left you the boat.

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-If I'd known, I'd have paid

-for a gold-plated coffin for him.

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-What do you mean?

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-He's left me

-a quarter of a million.

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-Oh, Col, love, you've misunderstood.

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-No, it's in the will

-in black and white.

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-I didn't think

-he had a penny to his name.

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-Nor me. He didn't say a word.

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-A quarter of a million pounds.

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-Did she say

-when she'd bring the contract over?

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-No.

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-I think she's finding it hard,

-letting go of the business.

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-Fair enough.

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-Fair enough.

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-Are you going soft?

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-There's no rush.

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-Go to bed. I'll lock up.

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-Don't be long.

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-So, Sion's introduced you

-to everyone.

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-Everyone's been very welcoming,

-fair play.

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-But I don't know how I'm going

-to remember all your names.

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-Come and watch the match

-on Saturday.

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-I hope I didn't step on Hywel's toes

-with my offer of help.

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-No, not at all.

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-No, not at all.

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-Goodnight.

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-We're closed.

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-Stop playing games, Garry.

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-Stop playing games, Garry.

-

-I'm playing games? Are you happy?

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-I'm willing to sign

-under one condition.

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-I want the money in cash.

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-You're joking!

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-That's how you paid Jason

-last week.

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-That was pocket money

-compared to this.

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-That's what I want.

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-That's what I want.

-

-And you always get what you want?

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-I think we both know what we want,

-Garry.

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-Be enough of a man, will you?

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Mae Doctor Pritchard yn cynnig cyngor i Sheryl ond tybed ydy Hywel ychydig yn genfigennus? Doctor Pritchard offers Sheryl some advice - but could Hywel be a little jealous?