Tue, 10 Jan 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Tue, 10 Jan 2017

Mae celwyddau Sioned yn dechrau mynd yn ormod i Ed a does ganddo unlle i droi. Sioned's lies are starting to get on top of Ed and he has no one to turn to.


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-Right, then.

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-Whoa! Didn't you think of knocking?

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-Didn't you think getting dressed?

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-Didn't you think getting dressed?

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-You shouldn't even be here.

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-I live here.

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-I live here.

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-I thought you'd told him?

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-Told me what?

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-Do you remember me saying

-I'd be renting out the house?

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-Oh, yes.

-It'll be nice to have company.

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-I don't think you understand.

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-Eifion will rent the entire house,

-not individual rooms.

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-Are you throwing me out?

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-You're welcome to stay

-and pay rent.

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-Where can I find that sort of cash?

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-I don't have a job.

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-Maybe it's time for you to go home.

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-This was Dad's idea, was it?

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-It's nothing to do with your father,

-I need the money.

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-But we're family.

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-You can't throw me out.

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-Sorry, boy. I don't have any choice.

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-Have you sold the van?

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-Have you sold the van?

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-No, we've got a local job.

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-Eifion asked us to check a few

-points before he rents the house.

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-Is he moving?

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-Is he moving?

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-To Penrhewl. Didn't you know?

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-No. I'm the last to hear any gossip.

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-Because you're too busy

-creating your own!

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-Hiya. Has anyone seen Sioned today?

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-Not this morning.

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-No, I haven't either.

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-Sorry.

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-Why? Is everything OK?

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-Why? Is everything OK?

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-Yes, fine.

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-You were a bit offish with him.

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-He and Tyler have argued

-about something.

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-That's no excuse for you

-to be short.

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-I'm not five years old, Dad.

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-You're home.

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-Yes.

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-Where have you been?

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-You stayed out all night.

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-You weren't in the shop.

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-You've told Mam.

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-I thought you'd gone there.

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-I thought you'd gone there.

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-What's wrong with you?

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-Making her worry.

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-You weren't with Kelly or Tyler.

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-I stayed in a hotel,

-if you have to know.

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-And doing you a favour.

-They were about to phone the police.

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-A favour?

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-You need to work a double shift

-to pay for the hotel.

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-You've gone too far, Sioned.

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-You're self-harming and blaming me.

-That's insane.

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-And you let Kelly believe that.

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-I didn't want to let down

-that lively imagination of hers.

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-I don't just want

-the safety certificate.

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-The bathroom tap is leaking

-and the kitchen sink smells.

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-No worries, we'll sort it out.

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-Dad, you can start in the bathroom.

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-I haven't had a shower yet.

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-I haven't had a shower yet.

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-Tough.

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-You have no right to do this.

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-You have no right to do this.

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-I'm letting you stay as a favour.

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-I'll be squatting before long.

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-I'll be squatting before long.

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-I'd like to see you try.

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-You've never liked me, have you?

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-I haven't called

-at an awkward time, have I?

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-No. How can I help you?

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-I hear a rumour

-that you're putting it up for rent.

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-News travels fast.

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-I was wondering whether

-you'd rent it to me and Sheryl?

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-I didn't know you wanted to move.

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-The flat is a bit small,

-particularly with a child.

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-What do you say?

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-What do you say?

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-Take a seat and we'll talk terms.

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-To be honest, you and Sheryl are

-the sort of tenants I had in mind.

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-Thank you.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Yes, of course I am.

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-Ed said you'd gone away

-without saying where.

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-He wasn't listening as usual.

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-I've been worried for no reason.

-Why didn't you say she was home?

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-I've only just arrived back.

-A bit of a headache.

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-You know what Lowri's like.

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-You know what Lowri's like.

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-I remember you both in Aberystwyth.

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-When we were in school,

-making your life hell.

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-Things have changed since then.

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-Things have changed since then.

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-I'm going to work.

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-Don't forget that double shift.

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-Is everything alright with you two?

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-Is everything alright with you two?

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-Yes, of course.

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-I find it weird, you going away

-without telling him where.

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-I've told you, Mam,

-it was a misunderstanding.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Stop worrying, everything's fine.

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-Now I've found a tenant,

-I'll have to clear this room too.

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-I'll help you.

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-I don't know if I should do it.

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-I'd better ask Jim.

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-Do you think he'll want to do it?

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-Do you think he'll want to do it?

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-I don't know.

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-I'm not touching it

-until I've spoken to him.

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-He lost his temper

-when Angela tried.

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-I'll come with you.

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-Thanks for the offer but I think

-it'll be easier if I do it alone.

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-You know best.

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-It's not going to be easy.

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-Here you are.

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-I'm beginning to think

-I've forgotten something.

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-You've treated me to lunch

-for no reason.

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-There is a reason.

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-There is a reason.

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-So I have forgotten something.

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-No,

-but I've got some good news for you.

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-You've booked a holiday.

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-No, better than that.

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-We're moving.

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-Sorry?

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-Before you get excited,

-we're not going far.

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-I've been speaking to Eifion

-and we're renting his house.

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-And you've sorted it all out.

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-And you've sorted it all out.

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-Yes.

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-Without talking to me first?

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-If I'd done that, it wouldn't be

-a surprise, would it?

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-Hywel, this is a major decision.

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-It effects us all.

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-That's why I'm doing it. Esther will

-have a garden to play in.

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-It's not much of a garden, is it?

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-I thought you'd be pleased.

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-I thought you'd be pleased.

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-Pleased with what?

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-That you've taken a huge decision

-without consulting me?

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-Listen, Sher, the flat is too small.

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-Listen, Sher, the flat is too small.

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-I know that.

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-But I'd like to move out of Cwmderi,

-for Esther to have plenty of room.

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-We don't have to be there for long.

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-So, why move at all?

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-So, why move at all?

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-The chance came along, that's all.

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-I know it's going to be difficult.

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-It's upsetting for me too.

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-But now I've moved back

-to Penrhewl...

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-..I've decided

-to rent the house out.

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-What's that got to do with me?

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-Courtney's room needs to be cleared.

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-Do you think you can do that?

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-I'll help, if that's what you want.

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-We understand, don't we, Jim?

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-Sorting out her stuff...

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-..will help you to move on.

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-Having them here...

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-..will remind us of the good times.

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-No.

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-Here you are. All properties

-Tomos & Ellis have on the books.

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-Most of them

-can be viewed immediately.

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-Someone's keen.

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-Someone's keen.

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-There are a few mansions.

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-Alright. I'll take a look tonight.

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-You can take a look at them now.

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-What's going on, Hywel? Why do you

-want to move all of a sudden?

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-There's nothing going on.

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-I just want a new home

-with a bit more space and a garden.

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-No. Something's wrong

-and I want to know what.

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-Please tell me.

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-Alright.

-Is it anything to do with Kevin?

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-Listen, Sher.

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-I can't stand living in the place

-where he attacked you. Sorry.

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-But it happened in here.

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-We sleep above this room

-and I can't bear it.

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-OK. But what about me?

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-It doesn't matter where I live,

-I still have to work here.

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-Do you have any idea

-how hard that is?

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-Having to walk into this room

-every day and re-live what happened.

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-We could find a new salon too.

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-Don't you think

-I've considered it?

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-Hywel, running away is easy.

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-But it isn't just this place

-that reminds me.

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-I can be in town, in the car,

-even playing with Esther...

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-..and something takes me back

-to what happened that night.

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-I've had to learn

-to deal with what happened.

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-Moving house and salon

-won't solve anything.

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-We'll finish in the kitchen

-and be out of your way.

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-Fair play to you,

-you've been very quick.

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-How did it go?

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-How did it go?

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-Not brilliant.

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-So, there's only one choice.

-Sort out the room ourselves.

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-We can't do that.

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-We can't wait for Jim either.

-Hywel wants to move in soon.

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-Shall I talk to Eileen?

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-I don't think even Eileen

-can sort this out.

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-As it's too much for you...

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-..I've decided to go there...

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-..to clear out Courtney's room

-for you.

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-I promise I'll be careful.

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-I'll pack it all up

-and bring it back here.

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-We can go through them

-when you feel better.

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-As I said earlier...

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-..re-living the memories

-by going through her stuff...

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-..will be a comfort to you.

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-I remember how comforting it was for

-me to go through Gwendolen's stuff.

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-Seeing photos of her,

-me and Maureen...

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-..and the fun we used to have.

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-You don't understand,

-do you, Eileen?

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-I understand that you can't see

-any glimmer of hope at the moment.

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-It's not that I can't face

-clearing Courtney's room.

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-I don't want to clear it.

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-You don't have any choice, Jim.

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-Courtney's room is going to stay

-exactly as it is.

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-It's the only place

-that hasn't changed since she died.

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-And nobody...

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-..nobody, do you understand...

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-..can take that away from me.

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-Sher, listen.

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-Sorry, I should have been honest

-with you and talked to you first.

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-Kevin's a cloud over us all.

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-But he's not the only past I have.

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-Garry?

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-Don't you remember that he

-used to beat me black and blue...

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-..when we lived in Eifion's house?

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-Sorry, I didn't think.

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-I don't know what to say.

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-You don't have to say anything.

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-But maybe, just maybe...

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-..you should think

-of someone other than yourself.

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-Just this, please.

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-A pound.

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-I hope you're behaving.

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-I've got enough on my plate

-without worrying about Sioned.

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-Sioned's fine.

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-Sioned's fine.

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-Have you been drinking?

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-It's lunchtime,

-you're supposed to be working.

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-I know, sorry.

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-Whatever you problem is,

-you can't solve it by drinking.

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-Nor by being horrible to Sioned.

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-I'm not being horrible to her.

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-I'm not being horrible to her.

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-Don't play games.

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-You don't understand...

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-You don't understand...

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-I understand.

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-You're looking for sympathy

-because you feel guilty.

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-I'll be keeping a beady eye on you

-from now on.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-No.

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-I don't think I am.

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-What's wrong?

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-I've just had enough.

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-Sioned and Ed

-are arguing constantly...

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-..and I don't know

-where to start with Jim.

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-He needs help.

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-He needs help.

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-I help him.

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-I know you are but maybe

-he needs professional help.

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-I don't think Jim would agree.

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-Don't give him the chance

-to refuse.

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-Do you think

-you two could do me a favour?

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-Of course.

-We're always ready to help.

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-Once a minister...

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-If I buy you a couple of pints...

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-..can you say there's a problem...

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-..and refuse to give Eifion

-the certificate?

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-Delay it to give me time

-to find a place to live.

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-Listen, I'm sorry,

-but I run an honest business.

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-Anyway, you're too late.

-Eifion has the certificate already.

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-I'm sorry, but we won't be renting

-the place from you after all.

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-After talking to Sheryl,

-we realized this isn't what we want.

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-Isn't it good enough for you?

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-Isn't it good enough for you?

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-It's not that.

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-I wish you'd talked to her

-before wasting our time.

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-I feel awful about it.

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-No damage has been done.

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-Just inconvenient.

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-I've just stopped Tomos & Ellis

-from putting it in the paper.

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-See you.

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-Does this mean I can stay

-a bit longer?

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-No, it doesn't.

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-If you don't have any tenants...

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-If you don't have any tenants...

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-Start packing.

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-You heard what she said.

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-You haven't moved since I left.

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-Let's go for a walk

-and get some fresh air.

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-No.

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-Put the TV on, Pointless is on now.

-You like that.

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-Everything is a bit pointless

-at the moment.

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-We can't carry on like this.

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-You have to move on

-and get a grip on your life.

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-I'm going back to bed.

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-I'm going back to bed.

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-You're not going anywhere.

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-I've been trying to help you.

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-I've been strong for both of us

-but I can't do it any longer.

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-I'll always be here for you...

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-..but you have to pick yourself up

-from this dark place.

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-The first step

-is to clear Courtney's room.

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-I know that it's difficult.

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-Maybe it seems impossible

-at the moment.

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-In order to move on...

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-In order to move on...

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-Don't you see, Eileen?

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-I can't move on without her.

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-I'll never get over this.

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-And what about me?

-Do I mean anything to you now?

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-Of course you do.

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-So there we are. You have

-something that's worth fighting for.

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-I'm not saying that life

-will be the same again...

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-..but with time

-and a helping hand...

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-..you'll get through it.

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-I really don't know if I will.

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-Of course you will.

-There is help available.

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-Professionals who know what to do

-in these circumstances.

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-I'm not going to see any shrink.

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-Sorry,

-but you don't have any choice.

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-I've already booked

-an appointment for you.

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-You're seeing a private counsellor

-next week.

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-I don't think...

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-I don't think...

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-You're going, Jim.

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-If you won't do it

-for your own good...

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-..then do it for mine.

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-Where have you been?

-You're supposed to be working.

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-The Deri.

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-The Deri? I had to get

-another driver in to cover you.

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-I wanted time to think.

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-I can't do this any more, Sioned.

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-After last night,

-I can't keep quiet.

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-I nearly told your mother earlier.

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-I nearly told your mother earlier.

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-Tell her!

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-I won't stop you.

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-You can tell Kelly as well,

-and Tyler.

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-Tell them

-what you couldn't say last night.

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-I'm sure they'll believe

-every word.

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-What's wrong, Ed?

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-The door's over there.

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-You just have to be man enough

-to walk through it.

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Mae celwyddau Sioned yn dechrau mynd yn ormod i Ed a does ganddo unlle i droi. Sioned's lies are starting to get on top of Ed and he has no one to turn to.