Tue, 03 Jan 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Tue, 03 Jan 2017

Aiff Cadno i weld DJ - mae am iddo wybod y gwir am ei pherthynas hi gydag Eifion. Cadno goes to see DJ - she wants him to know the truth about her relationship with Eifion.


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-Whoa! Oh, Mam!

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-Since when have you been there?

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-Just now. What are you doing?

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-Just now. What are you doing?

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-I can't sleep.

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-Isn't the spare bed good enough?

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-These walls are very thin.

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-Nicky! Poor dab.

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-I thought you'd be fast asleep.

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-Arguing is hard work.

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-Oh, well. Debbie will now be snoring

-until lunchtime.

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-Don't start that all over again.

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-Hey, are you still working?

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-The application form

-has to be in by 9.00am.

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-I thought you'd finished it

-last week.

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-It was too similar to Gaynor's.

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-Don't tell me

-you've started from scratch.

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-I want this job, Geth.

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-You won't get it by staying up

-all night.

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-There are only two questions left.

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-What are you doing?

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-I've saved it. Now, come to bed.

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-Fine, but I'm setting

-the alarm for seven.

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-Got it?

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-I don't know why I have to go home.

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-I don't want the boys to see you

-here first thing in the morning.

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-They'll be glad

-we're back together.

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-I hope you're not having cold feet.

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-I hope you're not having cold feet.

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-No.

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-I just don't want anything

-to go wrong.

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-Nothing will. That's why I think

-I should move back in.

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-You don't waste any time.

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-I want to be with you,

-and you want to be with me...

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-..so let me move back in.

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-Today?

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-Today?

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-There's no point waiting.

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-OK.

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-Ah, good.

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-I'm glad you're home.

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-We're on our way to work.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes and no, to be honest with you.

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-Just say what you've got to say.

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-Just say what you've got to say.

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-Jason, come here.

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-Would you like to work for APD

-full-time?

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-You could buy a share. Be a partner.

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-I've already got a job. Awyr Iach.

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-Why are you looking for a partner?

-Is money tight?

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-No, not at all.

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-I'm desperate,

-to be honest with you.

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-Cement bags have become heavy

-for you in your old age.

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-I knew this was a mistake.

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-When is Jim coming back?

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-Yes, well, right...

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-..that's not going to happen.

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-This is a good opportunity, Jason.

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-Mam, we've got a baby on the way.

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-The last thing I want is stress

-from buying into a new business.

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-Opportunities like this

-don't come around often.

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-What about DJ? Can't he help?

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-What about DJ? Can't he help?

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-Dai wants a craftsman.

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-Yes, not a labourer.

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-At least think about it. Please.

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-Right, I'll think about it.

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-Can we go now? We're late.

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-We've got work to do. Chop, chop.

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-Why didn't you wake me?

-Hiya, flower.

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-You needed the sleep.

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-But I have to finish

-this application form.

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-I don't believe it.

-The Internet's down!

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-I've only got half an hour!

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-I only hope it's working

-in the cafe.

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-You'll have to babysit.

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-I can't take the morning off,

-Garry's back.

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-Tough! This is all your fault.

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-Well, well...

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-Wasn't it our dream

-to run a business together?

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-And we're doing it now.

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-I quite like the idea

-of running an empire.

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-It's fine for you.

-You wouldn't have to work with Mam.

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-You'd love it,

-being spoilt all the time.

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-But, Sara,

-this is where I want to be...

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-..with you.

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-I'm sure Dai said the same thing

-to Diane once.

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-If ever there was an advert

-for a couple not to work together...

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-..it's Dai and Diane...

-they argue even when times are good.

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-What are you trying to say?

-Are you fed up of working with me?

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-No.

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-What I'm trying to say is that we're

-too young not to have ambitions.

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-Sara, we're about to be parents.

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-How much more ambition do you need?

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-It's all the more reason for

-considering it.

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-Because of the baby.

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-Bumps will need the security.

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-This isn't security.

-This is spending money.

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-It's too risky.

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-It's too risky.

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-Jason...

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-Our only choice is to refuse.

-Alright?

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-Opportunities like this

-don't come around often.

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-Hang on. Are you agreeing with Mam?

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-You must be ill.

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-I'm not saying we should buy, but

-I don't think we should refuse.

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-Not until we've seen the books.

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-Please?

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-Hiya.

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-How are you?

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-Can I come in?

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-This isn't how

-I wanted things to end.

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-You've been hurt.

-I'm sorry for that.

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-Better now than you running off

-with him in a year or two.

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-Look, there's no easy way

-of saying this...

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-..and I don't want you to think

-we took this decision lightly...

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-You and Eifion

-are seeing each other.

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-Sorry.

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-And now you want my blessing.

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-We're not just seeing each other...

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-..he's moving in too.

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-I didn't want you to hear it

-from anyone else.

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-You're meant to be with Eifion...

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-..so there's no problem.

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-Thanks for understanding.

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-How's Linda?

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-Still disappointed.

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-That's not what I meant.

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-Who told you?

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-Dai just mentioned it.

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-Mentioned that my mother is dying?

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-Mentioned that my mother is dying?

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-I'm so sorry.

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-If you ever want to talk...

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-If you ever want to talk...

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-Don't, Cadno.

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-Don't even suggest it.

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-Sorry.

-I didn't know you had company.

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-Cadno was just leaving.

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-See you.

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-What did she want?

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-Nothing important.

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-Hey. How's it going?

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-Nearly done.

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-I've taken Arwen to Cadi's.

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-Good morning. Just the person.

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-Just doing some prep work

-for tomorrow.

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-Do you have five minutes

-to discuss Chester?

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-Not now, no.

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-He's coming back to school

-tomorrow. Can you call by later?

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-I'll try my best.

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-Go and get a cuppa and make sure

-she stays over there.

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-She'll find out sooner or later

-that you're trying.

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-If I get an interview,

-I'll tell her then.

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-There's no point upsetting her now,

-is there?

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-Are you sure?

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-Of course I believe you.

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-Maybe she was borrowing it,

-not stealing.

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-She did what?

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-Of course she knows how much

-it means to you.

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-I'm going to have a word with her.

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-Stace, I'm going to sort this out.

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-Thanks for letting us see the books,

-and for the offer too.

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-Have you made a decision?

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-We'd love to be part of APD...

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-We'd love to be part of APD...

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-But the answer is, no. Sorry.

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-You won't get a chance again.

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-You won't get a chance again.

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-I've told him that.

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-Take more time to think about it.

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-We haven't got a choice,

-we have to put the baby first.

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-But APD is the baby's future.

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-But APD is the baby's future.

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-I've told him that too.

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-We don't have the money.

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-You can borrow it.

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-You can borrow it.

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-I don't want to borrow it.

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-You've always been stubborn.

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-You've always been stubborn.

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-Yes, exactly like his mother.

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-I don't want to

-just move into Penrhewl.

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-I want to rent out the house too.

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-I want to rent out the house too.

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-Not to Mathew, I hope.

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-No, he'll have to go.

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-I've already had a word with him.

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-You've been busy.

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-There's only one thing left to do.

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-Tell the boys you're coming home.

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-Oi! I want a word with you.

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-Don't shout at me as if I'm a dog.

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-Not here, at home. Oi!

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-I'm thirsty.

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-I've just spoken to Stacey.

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-Ma...?

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-Mam.

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-Diane, how are you?

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-Oh, Kath. Welcome back.

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-Heavens. What are you doing here?

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-Heavens. What are you doing here?

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-Nice to see you too, Dai.

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-You can't avoid me forever.

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-Just get us a drink each.

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-Just get us a drink each.

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-Was Stacey telling the truth?

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-It depends what she said.

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-So, get us a drink

-and we'll talk about it later.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes.

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-Listen...

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-..thanks for phoning me

-when you did.

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-You're quite right.

-Ricky's been knocked sideways.

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-He pretends he's alright,

-but I know him too well.

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-I'll say one thing,

-Jim Probert won't do that again.

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-Tell me,

-what's the latest with you?

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-There isn't much to say.

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-I'm living in Birmingham.

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-I know that.

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-But I don't know why. I resigned

-from my job in the chemist.

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-Long hours.

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-You get more money on benefits.

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-D'you have a boyfriend?

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-Good grief, no!

-I've been on my own for ages.

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-A cupboard of a flat

-and hardly any friends.

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-You've collected so much rubbish.

-You left Penrhewl with two bags!

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-There's treasure in here.

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-There's treasure in here.

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-Treasure destined for the dump.

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-You didn't say

-he was moving in today.

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-There's no point wasting time.

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-You walked out

-on the day of the wedding.

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-Just treat her right.

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-I won't make the same mistakes

-again, so don't worry.

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-Sorry.

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-Are you alright?

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-Sorry, stupid question.

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-I know I ended it, but...

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-..they don't need to rub my nose

-in their happiness.

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-No, you're right,

-forget about those two.

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-I've got an offer

-that you'll find hard to refuse.

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-How would you like to be a partner

-in APD?

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-A partner in APD? I don't understand

-enough about building.

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-You must have picked up

-some tips from Dic.

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-Anyway, it's exactly what you need.

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-The last thing I need is sympathy.

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-This isn't sympathy.

-This is an opportunity.

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-You're feeling guilty

-for telling Cadno about Mam.

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-I'm trying to help.

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-I don't want your help, and I don't

-want to be tied to APD either.

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-Cwmderi's the last place

-I want to be.

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-Congratulations, Dai.

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-You've made a bad situation worse

-once again.

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-Right, you can't hide from me

-any more.

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-I want answers.

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-And I want to be left alone.

-Just go.

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-Did you steal from Stacey?

-Yes or no?

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-It wasn't stealing.

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-You took 200.

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-You took 200.

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-Since when do you believe Stacey?

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-But you didn't just steal money.

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-You took the gold cross too.

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-The one Dad bought her

-when she passed her exams.

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-I was desperate. I had debts.

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-Why didn't you ask for help instead

-of stealing from your daughter?

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-I meant to pay her back.

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-How were you going to get

-the cross back?

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-One of the few valuable things

-Dad bought for Stacey.

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-He'd be ashamed of you.

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-What's happened to you, Mam?

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-I've lost everything, Mark.

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-I've lost my job,

-lost my boyfriend...

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-..and I've lost my home.

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-So you're not worried about Ricky.

-You just want a place to live.

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-Of course I'm worried about him.

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-You're not welcome here.

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-Not after what you did to Stacey.

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-Not after what you did to Stacey.

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-You can't throw me out.

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-No, I can't. This is your house!

-How many times have I heard that?

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-I don't have anywhere else to go.

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-I need help to sort myself out.

-Your help.

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-I'm not agreeing to anything.

-Not until I've spoken to Debs.

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-Sit down, Sara.

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-I hope this is important,

-we've got a lot of work to do.

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-Yes?

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-We want you to reconsider APD.

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-We've made our decision, Mam.

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-The business should stay

-in the family.

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-And I want to

-work with my own family.

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-What if money wasn't an issue?

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-What if money wasn't an issue?

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-How many ways are there to say no?!

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-What are you offering?

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-We're willing to give you the share

-in APD as an early inheritance.

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-What's the catch?

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-What's the catch?

-

-No catch.

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-Just that you work with me

-immediately.

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-Dai's on his knees.

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-I don't think we can refuse now.

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-What about DJ?

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-How's he going to feel when I get

-a share and he gets nothing?

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-Leave DJ to me. He'll understand.

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-We might as well shake on it now.

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-We might as well shake on it now.

-

-Shouldn't we talk about it first?

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-You'll get your inheritance early.

-There's nothing to discuss.

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-There are more important things

-than money.

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-You'll get your decision tomorrow.

-OK?

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-Come on.

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-So long, Mark.

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-Mam...

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-..you don't have to go.

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-Are you sure?

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-But you have to behave.

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-Only if you do one thing for me.

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-Don't push it.

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-Don't push it.

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-Just keep it between us, yeah?

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-I don't want Debbie to know...

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-I don't want Debbie to know...

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-One condition.

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-That you phone Stacey

-and apologize properly to her.

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-Yes.

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-Good.

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-Go and make a cuppa,

-I'll take this back up.

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-Leave it.

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-You didn't even pack.

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-"Be aware that his behaviour may be

-more challenging than before."

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-Are you still stuck on that thing?

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-Just checking my emails

-in case I've got an interview.

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-It's a bit early to hear.

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-I've got a right to dream.

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-I don't believe this.

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-Don't tell me they've rejected you.

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-Gaynor's sent a confidential email

-to all parents about Chester.

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-I have to tell her to recall it.

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-Whoa! Think about it first.

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-This could be your opportunity.

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-To put you a step ahead of her

-for the job.

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-That's taking advantage.

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-I'd call it making the most

-of the situation.

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-If you'd made the same mistake

-as Gaynor, would she help you?

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-Once everybody's read that...

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-..you'll be the new headmistress.

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-Not Gaynor.

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-S4C subtitles by Ericsson

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Aiff Cadno i weld DJ - mae am iddo wybod y gwir am ei pherthynas hi gydag Eifion. Cadno goes to see DJ - she wants him to know the truth about her relationship with Eifion.