Thu, 22 Feb 2018 Pobol y Cwm


Thu, 22 Feb 2018

Mae Sioned yn dychwelyd i bentref sydd eisiau anghofio amdani. Sioned returns to a village that wants to forget her. Chester and Hannah decide to hold a wild party in Bryntirion.


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-I don't think she'll come now, if

-she's been out since this morning.

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-I don't want to talk about Sioned.

-I'm trying not to think about her.

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-I'll see you in the Deri.

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-What time is the bus

-picking them up?

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-Between nine and ten, I think.

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-I'll come over after locking up.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Everyone's out and what does Colin

-want to do? Watch Jonathan.

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-Typical. When you want him to go

-out, he insists on staying in.

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-We've promised everyone a party.

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-We have to find somewhere else

-or we'll look like fools.

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-Where do you suggest?

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-We could go to Bryntirion.

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-Where's DJ tonight, then?

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-In the Deri, probably.

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-I'll contact Ricky just in case

-he's got a better idea.

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-OK.

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-Come on, DJ. Don't just stand

-there. Give your dad a hand.

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-What have you got in here? A body?

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-Blame Diane. You'd swear

-we were going for a year.

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-Don't complain.

-You own half of them.

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-If the bus breaks down on the

-way to Fishguard, we know why.

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-All I used to take was a clean

-pair of pants, a spare shirt...

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-..in case someone spilled beer

-on me and a toothbrush...

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-..all in a white plastic bag.

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-I'm not going around the pubs

-of Temple Bar with a tramp.

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-Ready?

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-Ready?

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-I've been ready for hours.

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-So am I. Now.

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-The weekend has started.

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-'I ask not for ease and riches...'

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-'Nor earth's jewels for my part...'

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-Thanks.

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-Has Sioned been in touch?

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-Has Sioned been in touch?

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-No.

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-You have no idea where she is?

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-You have no idea where she is?

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-None at all and I don't care.

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-You're such a good mother!

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-I don't have to justify myself to

-anyone. I did my best for Sioned.

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-Really?

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-Really?

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-Yes. No-one can say otherwise.

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-But a point comes when you

-have to look after yourself.

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-Our house is off-limits.

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-With Dad and Non the way they are,

-they're not budging.

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-Bryntirion is the only option,

-then.

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-What about DJ?

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-I'll sort him out.

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-And persuade him to

-keep his mouth shut?

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-I'm sure I can.

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-Good. Tell everyone where we'll be.

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-Yes, will do.

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-Right, ta-ra.

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-Ta-ra.

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-ALL: 'Sing the day

-and sing the night!'

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-Well done, boys.

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-Hey, calm down, Dai, or you'll

-be smashed before the bus arrives.

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-Rubbish.

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-Jim? Same again, DJ?

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-Jim? Same again, DJ?

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-No, I'm driving.

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-We'll get you a taxi home.

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-We'll get you a taxi home.

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-No, I'm alright.

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-What's wrong with these youngsters?

-They've got no stamina.

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-At your age,

-I'd be awake for three days.

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-You were conceived in Paris,

-good boy.

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-That was a Frere Jacques!

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-That's enough.

-Enjoy yourselves and behave.

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-Ger.

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-Right, boys...

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-'Mary Ann has hurt her finger...'

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-If she intended to come back,

-she'd be here by now...

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-..and we would have heard.

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-You're right.

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-As she's not,

-we can celebrate tonight.

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-Oi, DJ, why is APD closed?

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-We closed early

-because of the rugby trip.

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-Can you sell us

-a pot or two of paint?

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-Hey, you're lucky.

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-Come on.

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-Goodness me,

-I'm looking forward to it.

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-Dublin is one of my favourite

-places in the world, for the craic.

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-Slow down.

-If you've got a headache tomorrow...

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-..you'll spoil the weekend

-for us all.

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-Don't worry about me and beer.

-I've got years of experience.

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-Slow down, alright?

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-Slow down, alright?

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-Another one, Jim?

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-Good idea.

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-Two whiskey chasers, please.

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-If you're having chasers,

-I'm having a large gin and tonic.

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-I wish I was coming with you.

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-Why didn't you arrange it?

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-With Sioned coming out of prison,

-I wanted to be here for Eileen.

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-Is she back, then?

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-No, there's no sign of her.

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-Maybe the jail organized

-accommodation for her.

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-Well, let's hope

-it's a long way from here.

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-Quite right. Cheers.

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-Bain sult as.

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-Bain sult as.

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-Eh?

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-Bain sult as. I learned it from

-a man in Galway many years ago.

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-What does it mean?

-Something disgusting?

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-No. Enjoy!

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-'To each one of the faithful...'

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-ALL: 'Under his banner...'

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-Shall we do some painting?

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-Jim?

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-Aren't you going to say

-welcome home?

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-Since when have you been back?

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-Since when have you been back?

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-I just arrived.

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-Where's Jim?

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-Where's Jim?

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-The Deri. Why?

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-I thought I'd see him here.

-It's a rugby weekend.

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-I heard them singing.

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-I've learned my lesson.

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-And I've changed.

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-You're the most important person

-in my life.

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-I want us to start over again.

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-I don't.

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-You're not going to

-let me stay, then?

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-I'm sure you'll find somewhere.

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-I'm not the same person as I was.

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-Sioned,

-you're never going to change.

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-I don't have a choice

-but to live with Gwyneth, then.

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-Has she offered you a place?

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-Of course she has.

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-Anyone with

-an ounce of conscience would.

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-Where else am I supposed to go

-tonight? Sleep on the street?

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-Right, I want to finish this

-and go to the Deri.

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-I'm looking forward to

-a night out with Jim.

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-I've wasted too much time

-being miserable over the years.

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-See you around, then.

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-Hiya.

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-How are you?

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-How are you?

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-Oh, you're eating.

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-No, come in.

-I've just made myself a sandwich.

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-Sorry to interrupt. We're going to

-a party and we were passing...

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-Where's the party?

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-Just a house...

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-Just a house...

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-A farm.

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-Not far from Penrhewl.

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-Not far from Penrhewl.

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-Bwlch something.

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-Bwlch Gwyn?

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-Bwlch Gwyn?

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-That's the one.

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-I bought this to say thank you

-for the driving lessons.

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-Oh, thank you, boy.

-You didn't have to.

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-You deserve it.

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-I might have a tipple now

-seeing as everyone else is out.

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-Why not? I'll fetch you a glass.

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-Are you going to the Deri tonight?

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-Everyone will be there.

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-I don't need to go out to get drunk

-when I've got this bottle here.

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-Calm down.

-You haven't got a mixer.

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-They say mixers spoil the vodka.

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-Well, quite right.

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-Do you mind if we have a can

-before going over to Bwlch Gwyn?

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-No. You can have some of this,

-if you like.

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-Well, we don't drink spirits,

-do we?

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-No. Rank!

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-No problem.

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-It doesn't matter if you're a bit

-late for the party at Bwlch Gwyn.

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-No, nobody will notice, will they?

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-Cheers.

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-ALL: CHEERS

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-'Glad you're back

-where you belong!'

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-Thanks. The flowers are lovely.

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-Thanks. The flowers are lovely.

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-You're welcome. Have you eaten?

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-Not since lunchtime.

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-I've got a fridge full of stuff.

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-It feels odd to be back,

-as if it's not quite real.

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-The first people I saw

-were Ed and Kelly.

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-Did you talk to them?

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-I saw them from afar

-going into number 10.

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-They looked very comfortable.

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-They looked very comfortable.

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-They seem happy together.

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-Right, what do you want to eat?

-I can make you anything.

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-I called in with Mam too.

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-I didn't get much of a welcome

-there.

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-I don't know why you bothered.

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-I want to reconcile with her.

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-If I were you,

-I wouldn't waste my time on her.

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-Yes.

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-Well, I might call in tomorrow.

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-She might decide

-there's a way forward for us.

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-There's no need to grovel.

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-She's my mother.

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-And you're her daughter.

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-Don't belittle yourself.

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-Listen, you can stay here

-for as long as you want.

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-Thanks.

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-There's no problem, then.

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-There's no problem, then.

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-No.

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-What do you want to eat?

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-And more. Turn it up more.

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-That's it.

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-Ricky. Ricky.

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

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-Hi.

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-Hey, Chest, fancy some of this?

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-Go on, then.

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-Han?

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-Yes.

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-Go on.

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-Oh, that's minging.

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-No, no, no.

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-DJ, thanks for letting us stay here

-instead of going to Bwlch Gwyn.

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-Well, Dai and Diane aren't here,

-are they?

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-Do you want some?

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-Hey, that was Diane's present

-for Dad.

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-Single malt. Lovely.

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-Who are all these people?

-Do you know them or what?

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-There's plenty of booze here.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Oh, yes.

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-Hannah, are you OK?

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-Hi, Rick.

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-Lush party.

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-Lush party.

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-Are you OK?

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-I feel a bit...

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-What is she saying?

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-Speak up. We can't understand you.

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-Sick.

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-ALL: 'Bing bong a bing bong be,

-bing bong a bing bong be.

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-'Bing bong a bing bong be,

-bing bong a bing bong be.

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-'Some say I'm in love with

-a handsome man from Cardigan.

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-'But the truth is, my love

-is here in Carmarthenshire.'

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-ALL: 'Bing bong a bing bong be,

-bing bong a bing bong be.

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-'Bing bong a bing bong be!

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-'Bing bong a bing bong be.'

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-Oh, you were brilliant!

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-Well done, Eileen. Very good.

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-You've got a good voice.

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-You've got a good voice.

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-I like some bing bong!

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-Diane.

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-She's in a real state.

-Who films something like that?

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-Blimey, that's Hannah.

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-It's our kitchen.

-Look at the table. What's going on?

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-What is it?

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-That's the bottle of malt

-I bought you.

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-They sound like hooligans.

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-They sound like hooligans.

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-The bus!

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-We're going home.

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-We're going to Ireland.

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-If we don't go now,

-we won't have a home left.

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-Where's DJ?!

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-The bus is here.

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-We have to go home.

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-We have to go home.

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-Don't ask.

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-There's a crisis at Bryntirion!

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-Peace at last.

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-Well, well.

-This is a turn up for the books.

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-We were wrong all along.

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

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-Half a lager.

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-Not a pint? Very respectable.

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-Half a lager and a large G&T

-for me, please.

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-How are you?

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-Fine.

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-Ed.

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-So, overnight on the way somewhere

-else, is it? When are you leaving?

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-There's no need to be like that.

-Cut her some slack.

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-Slack? After what she's done?

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-I went on a couple of courses

-while I was in prison.

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-I learned a lot about myself and

-I'm sure it's hard to believe...

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-..but I have changed.

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-Yeah, right.

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-All I want is the chance

-to prove it.

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-ALL: Five, four, three, two, one!

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-That's ace.

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-What's going on?

-Get out! Go on, out you go!

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-They can't hear you.

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-Shift out of my way, you hooligans!

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-Go on!

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-Back on. Put the music back on.

-Ricky!

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-If you all don't get out now,

-I'll call the police.

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-Look what they've done!

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-Go on. Get out!

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-Look at Rip Van Winkle.

-Wake up! Wake up!

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-You should be on the ferry.

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-We would be if it wasn't for you.

-Look at this place!

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-And what the hell is on your face?

-Go and scrub it off.

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-I'm not saying this again.

-Everyone out. Go on!

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-Out, every one of you, now!

-Don't laugh at me, good girl!

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-I'll tell your father about this

-in the Lodge next week!

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-Raus! Vamos!

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-For goodness' sake!

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-'Bing bong a bing bong be.'

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-'Bing bong a bing bong be.'

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-'Bing bong a bing bong be.'

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-'Bing bong a bing bong...'

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-What is it?

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-Wait a minute.

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-It's disgusting. It says I'm a bad

-mother, that I have affairs...

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-..and Denzil would turn

-in his grave...

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-..if he saw how Sioned

-has turned out.

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-Who would do this?

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-Look at this place!

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-I can't believe it.

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-Diane's ornaments are smashed

-on the floor...

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-..and look at the coffee table!

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-The toilet's blocked and

-there's a terrible mess upstairs.

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-It wasn't my idea.

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-Whose idea was it to invite

-half the world here?

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-It wasn't!

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-I didn't know half of them.

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-You wanted us to stay. Remember?

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-We were on our way

-to another party.

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-I saw you being sick.

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-What's worse, half the Deri saw

-you too, and who knows who else?

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-I expect you to clear

-this mess up now.

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-Yeah, OK.

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-I said now.

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-I said now.

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-No probs.

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-And you're grounded, good girl.

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-You're not allowed out of my sight

-until you've grown up a bit.

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-And you two, listen to this...

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-..you two are going to pay

-for everything, you hear me?

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-You're paying to clean the house...

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-..you're paying for the bus,

-for the tickets to the game...

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-..you're paying for the hotel,

-the ferry.

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-Everything! Every penny!

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Mae Sioned yn dychwelyd i bentref sydd eisiau anghofio amdani. Sioned returns to a village that wants to forget her. Chester and Hannah decide to hold a wild party in Bryntirion.


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