Thu, 26 Jan 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Thu, 26 Jan 2017

Caiff Mathew ei ddal yn ceisio sleifio allan o Faes y Deri. Mae Sara'n gwerthfawrogi cefnogaeth ffrind. Mathew is caught trying to sneak out of Maes y Deri. Sara appreciates som...


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-What's up? Have you lost your way

-to Mars or somewhere?

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-There was a St Dwynwen's celebration

-in the Deri last night.

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-What's that got to do

-with wearing bacon foil?

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-These belong to you, I suppose.

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-Thanks.

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-Aren't you staying for breakfast?

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-What are you doing up so early?

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-Yes, Kath.

-We'd like a little privacy.

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-Yes, well, tough!

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-I'd better go anyway,

-before Nicky wakes up.

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-I'll text you.

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-Yes, OK. If you want.

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-He couldn't leave fast enough,

-could he?

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-Shut up.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Cadno, come in.

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-I've brought the vegetables over.

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-You wanted extra spinach,

-didn't you?

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-Yes.

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-I'll take them to the kitchen.

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-You've started buying already,

-have you?

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-Yes, but nobody told me

-building it would be so hard.

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-I'll help you, if you want.

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-I'll help you, if you want.

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-I'd like to do it myself.

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-I don't want to have to depend

-on other people.

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-I know you can do it yourself,

-but we'll be quicker if two do it.

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-Right. Where are the instructions?

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-Right. Where are the instructions?

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-I don't know.

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-It's no wonder you can't build it.

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-Jason never uses them.

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-Men! They always think

-they know better, don't they?

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-Come on then.

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-Can you fit me in this afternoon?

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-At 4.30pm?

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-Great.

-How are you settling into the house?

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-Fine, thanks.

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-You don't have to feel ill at ease.

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-Geth and I are looking forward

-to buying the flat.

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-It's lovely...

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-But?

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-Eifion's made a few dodgy decisions

-with the wallpaper upstairs.

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-Angela's influence, probably.

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-I've had three texts

-from mothers I don't even know...

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-..supporting me

-for restarting the baby club.

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-You? Why?

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-You? Why?

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-I'd better go. See you later.

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-I said something about it to Vicky.

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-I didn't say anything

-about a campaign.

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-I guess she misunderstood.

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-Where are you going? You're supposed

-to fix a shelf for me.

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-That can wait. I'm going

-to Maes y Deri to sort this out.

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-What? 400 for a cot!

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-It's a surprise.

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-I have to prove to Sara

-I'm serious about being a father.

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-And get her to take you back.

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-Yes, hopefully.

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-Sorry I'm late. Do you want me

-to look at the tractor?

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-No, the telescopic.

-I'll come out with you now.

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-This one's spending a fortune

-on a cot.

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-Have you decided on one then?

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-No, not yet.

-It's a surprise for Sara.

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-Is that a good idea?

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-When Natalie was expecting Daniel...

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-..buying furniture for him

-was a big deal.

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-Why?

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-Why not offer to take her shopping?

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-You can spend time together as well.

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-This one's got brains.

-Why didn't you think of that?

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-I don't get what the fuss is about.

-We got a second-hand one.

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-I need everything to be perfect

-for this child.

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-Including its mother and father.

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-He was so funny as a host.

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-And after he finished work?

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-Gu!

-You can't ask questions like that!

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-Can we stop talking about Mathew

-for two minutes, please?

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-We all know

-it was a one-night stand.

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-You don't know that.

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-He was only after one thing, love.

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-And you gave it to him last night.

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-What are you trying to say?

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-Go and make us a cuppa.

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-Now.

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-Why don't you go

-and have a little lie-down?

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-Give me another pill.

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-You've had your lot for today.

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-You've had your lot for today.

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-Yes, but...

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-No, Kath. Nap. Now.

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-Get stuffed!

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-What was that about?

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-Nothing.

-She's just in a huff, that's all.

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-Yes, well...

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-..maybe she's right.

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-Maybe

-I shouldn't have slept with him.

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-It takes two to tango.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Hywel. There's a nice surprise.

-Come in.

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-Thanks. Is Vicky here?

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-Oh, hiya.

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-What's this you've been

-telling people...

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-..about restarting

-a mother and baby group?

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-You said you'd get it organized.

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-You said you'd get it organized.

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-No.

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-I said someone should

-do something. Not me!

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-You're the ideal person.

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-Everyone will listen to you.

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-A successful businessman,

-a new father.

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-I'd love to help

-but I haven't got the time.

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-I can let you advertise on Cwm FM,

-but that's all.

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-That's a shame.

-Esther would have loved it.

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-But I'm sure she'll understand

-that you're too busy.

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-Yes, well. There we are.

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-Listen, um...

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-How's Kath? She was desperate

-to see the doctor the other day.

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-She's fine, thanks. A lot better.

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-If I were you I'd keep an eye

-on her. There was something amiss.

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-Right. Bye, now.

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-Ta-ra.

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-I hope that emotional blackmail

-will work on Hywel.

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-I really miss that club but I can't

-be bothered organizing it.

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-Put the bill on the farm's account.

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-Sshh.

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-Yes, he's here now.

-OK. Wait a minute.

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-Vicky's on the phone for you.

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-Vicky's on the phone for you.

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-What?

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-Vicky.

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-Hiya, Vicky. Are you alright?

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-Hello?

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-Ha-ha-ha!

-You're hilarious, don't you know?

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-How did you know, anyway?

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-Dani said you walked her home.

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-And everyone's put

-two and two together.

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-You're her new boyfriend, are you?

-A stepfather for Nicky.

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-She's a nice girl.

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-I knew it would happen.

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-He falls in love with any girl

-who gives him a bit of attention.

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-I don't.

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-You seemed quite happy

-when you thought she'd phoned you.

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-It's called common courtesy.

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-Last night was a bit of fun,

-that's all.

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-But I enjoy being single.

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-Yeah, yeah! You've never been able

-to have a one-night stand.

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-Just shut it. I'm going to bed.

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-Thank you for helping me.

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-Thank you for helping me.

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-I enjoyed it.

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-Are you alright?

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-Yes. A bit light-headed,

-that's all.

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-My iron levels have been low.

-I've got an appointment later.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Jason. What do you want?

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-I'm taking you shopping.

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-It's about time we sorted out

-this baby's room.

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-I've already bought everything,

-thanks.

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-Cadno, I didn't know

-you were coming over.

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-She's been helping me

-with the building.

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-Fair play to you.

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-But I still think

-you need to go shopping.

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-You'll need stuff for the baby

-as well.

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-Yes.

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-Yes, of course.

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-Was there anything else?

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-Um... When's the next appointment?

-I'd like to come with you.

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-Not for a while yet.

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-I'll text you.

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-OK.

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-Don't forget.

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-Ta-ra, then.

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-Bye.

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-You should have told him about

-the appointment this afternoon.

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-I have to get used to doing things

-on my own.

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-And as you said...

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-..who needs men?

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-This is pathetic.

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-Why am I wasting my time

-waiting for him to text me?

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-I'm going to send him a message.

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-Girl power. I love it.

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-BABY CRIES

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-Will you shut that baby up,

-please?

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-He's had a nightmare

-about an ugly witch called Kath.

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-What did you say?

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-Behave.

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-Give me a pill! I need one.

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-No, you don't.

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-Look at me, Dol.

-You gave me one the other day.

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-And I shouldn't have done.

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-And I shouldn't have done.

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-But you did and my body needs more.

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-You survived on one yesterday.

-You can do so again today.

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-I've been doing some more research.

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-I've been doing some more research.

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-Research?

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-You're not a doctor!

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-It's not up to you

-if I deserve more or not.

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-I'm trying to get you better.

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-You've got no idea

-what you're doing!

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-You're making me worse!

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-You're going to pay for this,

-I'm telling you now.

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-Not with your life, I won't.

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-I know you're brave enough

-to do this yourself.

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-But it's nice to have company,

-isn't it?

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-Thank you.

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-Mathew and Vicky.

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-That's what I heard.

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-He walked her home

-and didn't go back to the Deri.

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-Here he is! The hero

-of all mothers in Cwmderi.

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-I think Vicky's given my number...

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-..to everyone

-who pushes a pram around here.

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-But there we are.

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-I'll have to agree to do it,

-if only to be left in peace.

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-He's all heart, isn't he?!

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-Hiya. Would you mind if I went

-for a pint with the lads tonight?

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-Yes, you go.

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-I might come with you.

-You don't have any plans, do you?

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-Make the most of it. You won't have

-time once the campaign starts.

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-What campaign?

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-What campaign?

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-Don't. Bye.

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-As those two are going out

-tonight...

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-..why don't you and Arwen

-come over for a takeaway?

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-Great. Why not?

-I'll help you look for wallpaper.

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-No, we won't have time.

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-We have to make T-shirts

-to support Cwmderi's Mary Poppins!

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-Thank goodness for that.

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-Thank goodness for that.

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-You're already a fantastic mother.

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-Not many mothers can push up

-their iron levels without tablets.

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-I'm doing alright, aren't I?

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-I'm doing alright, aren't I?

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-You're doing great.

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-There's no shame

-in forgiving someone either.

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-If that's what you want to do.

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-I'm sorry for earlier.

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-I shouldn't have spoken

-to you and Vicky like that.

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-Genuine?

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-Or are you trying

-to sweet talk me again?

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-What you said was right.

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-I shouldn't have given

-you that extra pill.

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-I can't trust myself

-not to do it again.

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-Well, give them back to me.

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-I trust you even less!

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-There's only one answer.

-Cold turkey.

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-Dol, please.

-I'll stick to one, I promise.

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-No.

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-I need to get rid of them all.

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-A clean break. We both need this.

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-It's hot in here.

-I need some fresh air.

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-Do you want...

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-Do you want...

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-No. No.

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-Don't be long.

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-Sorry for disappearing all day.

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-I didn't realize

-you and Sara were such good friends.

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-Jason.

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-He wasn't very happy...

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-..that Sara had ordered everything

-without asking him first.

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-What have you been doing all day?

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-What have you been doing all day?

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-I went with her to see the doctor.

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-I've been in her situation.

-On my own, baby on the way.

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-If I could turn back the clock...

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-I'm not blaming you.

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-I understand her situation

-and want to help.

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-You and I are alright.

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-Good.

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-Did the doctor say that everything

-was alright with Sara?

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-What doctor?

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-She had an appointment earlier.

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-Don't worry. They're both fine.

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-She should have told me.

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-You're not together any more.

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-You're not together any more.

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-I'm still the baby's father.

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-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

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-Over there to talk to her.

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-She has no right

-to keep me out like this.

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-It's the last thing he should do.

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-Hey, I thought we were going out.

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-Unlike you, it only takes me

-five minutes to get ready.

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-Vicky, I take it.

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-Vicky, I take it.

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-Are we going for a pint or what?

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Jason.

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-Why didn't you tell me

-you had an appointment today?

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-I should have been there.

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-It was only the results

-of the iron tests.

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-Is the baby alright?

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-Yes. And so am I,

-thanks for asking.

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-Sara, you have to promise to tell

-me everything from now on. OK?

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-I'm concerned for both of you.

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-Are you? Or am I just someone

-to carry your baby?

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-How can you say that?

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-You know I regret what I did.

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-What have I got to do

-to prove it to you?

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-I don't know.

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-Maybe it's too late.

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-Look, can we at least

-talk about this?

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-When are you going to realize...

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-..that talking about it

-won't be enough?

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-OK. I promise to text you when

-the baby scan appointment is due.

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-Can you go now, please?

-It's been a long day.

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-Right. Sorry.

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-Phone me if you need anything.

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-Just you and me, love.

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-Just you and me.

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-Alright?

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-What's Mathew drinking?

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-Get him a pint, please.

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-Get him a pint, please.

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-Three pints, please.

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-Tell me if he's coming, right?

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-Tell me if he's coming, right?

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-What?

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-"I'll phone you to arrange...

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-"..the next date."

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-He'll kill you.

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-I wouldn't mess with Vicky either.

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-Don't talk to me about Vicky.

-I'm fed up of her today.

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-Where's Jason?

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-He's not coming.

-He's gone to see Sara.

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-I wouldn't like to be in his shoes.

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-You have been. Several times.

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-Eh? Have you?

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-This one's got a long list

-of affairs.

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-You don't look the type.

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-I'm not. Not any more, anyway.

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-And people living in glass houses

-shouldn't throw stones.

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-We've all been there, lads.

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-We've all been there, lads.

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-I haven't. I've never cheated.

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-No, not yet.

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-But Cwmderi

-does strange things to a man.

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Caiff Mathew ei ddal yn ceisio sleifio allan o Faes y Deri. Mae Sara'n gwerthfawrogi cefnogaeth ffrind. Mathew is caught trying to sneak out of Maes y Deri. Sara appreciates some support.