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Beth wnaeth Kelly druan i haeddu cael bwced o ddwr dros ei phen? What has poor Kelly done to deserve having a bucket of water thrown over her? Have the Joneses forgotten something?


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-Is one cushion alright?

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-Is one cushion alright?

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-Yes. I've told you, I'm OK.

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-Are you sure? It's no problem

-to get another one.

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-You'd be more help

-if you did the washing.

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-Non's coming out of hospital

-tomorrow.

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-Is that alright?

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-Is that alright?

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-Yes.

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-Listen, the surgery phoned to say

-the repeat prescription is ready.

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-I thought you had lots

-of tablets left.

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-Not that many, I don't think.

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-I'm sure there were more than this.

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-Why are you looking at me?

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-It wouldn't be the first time.

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-Well, as you're going out,

-bring some eggs back with you.

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-We've got a couple left.

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-Well, it's Shrove Tuesday and

-Mark's looking forward to it.

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-Pancake Day? I forgot to remind

-Kelly. I've advertised it too.

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-Thank goodness.

-We can have some peace.

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-She always pokes her nose

-into everything.

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-The big day. I'm sure you can't

-wait to leave this place.

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-Everyone's been so kind.

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-But there's nothing like

-being at home, is there?

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-Ah!

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-Ah!

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-It was meant to be a surprise.

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-What have I done to deserve this?

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-It's Pancake Day and you haven't

-lived until you've tasted Ed's.

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-Go back to bed

-and I'll bring them up to you.

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-OK. What time is it?

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-It's just turned 9 o'clock.

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-9 o'clock!

-I'm supposed to be in the cafe.

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-Not the afternoon shift?

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-No, I was meant to open at 8.30am.

-Debbie's going to kill me!

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-What if he'd had an accident?

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-Dai and I would have been held

-responsible. It was our car.

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-Chester really regrets it.

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-If I had a pound every time

-that boy regrets something!

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-I know, Diane, but this time...

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-And I asked DJ to give him lessons.

-I need my head read.

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-I only came in for a few screws.

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-Diane...

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-..the cat's back.

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-What cat?

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-A stray tomcat I saw.

-It's back here.

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-He's ripping up bins out the back.

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-And we've got mice.

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-Oh, crikey! This place gets more

-like a nature reserve every day.

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-I half expect David Attenborough

-to walk through that door.

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-CRASHING BINS

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-Did you hear that? That's it.

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-Who? David Attenborough?

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-No, the cat, you idiot!

-I'll get that tomcat now.

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-Screws?

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-Aargh!

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-Dai!

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-What are you doing?

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-Sorry, sorry, sorry.

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-I thought you were a stray tomcat.

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-A tomcat. I heard the lid

-of the bin fall off and...

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-So you threw water over it!

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-It's been making a mess out here

-and it scrammed me over Christmas.

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-Listen, Dai, I don't care

-that you soaked me...

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-..but if I see you abusing

-innocent animals, I'll report you.

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-What's going on?

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-Sorry. A slight mishap.

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-Where have you been?

-You should have opened earlier.

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-I'll make it up to you.

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-It's Pancake Day.

-We've got eggs, flour and milk.

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-I have to go to the surgery

-to fetch tablets for Mark.

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-Debbie, I've never...

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-..made pancakes before.

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-Good morning. Come in. Sorry.

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-All I wanted

-was a packet of screws.

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-That's what Dai's like.

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-I don't know how Diane

-can put up with him...

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-..but you never know what goes on

-between a husband and wife...

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-Sorry, Ed.

-I didn't mean it like that.

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-Don't worry.

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-No, you look a lot happier

-than you did.

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-Is everything going well

-with Kelly?

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-Yes, things are finally settled.

-Everything's going...

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-Ed! Ed, I need you, quick.

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-What's happened to your trousers?

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-Come on, please.

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-You'd better go. Don't worry,

-I'll keep an eye on the fryers.

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-Thanks, Col.

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-You're still here. Are you sure

-you don't want me to call a taxi?

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-No, they're bound

-to turn up before long.

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-Banana and custard.

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-Banana and custard. Your favourite.

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-Mam, I don't feel like food.

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-No, I just remembered.

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-That's what you had

-when you were ill as a child.

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-Is it?

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-Yes. Eat it to put some colour

-in those cheeks.

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-Mam, please.

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-I was going to make you pancakes...

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-..but Debbie hasn't come back

-with the eggs.

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-You can't rely on her.

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-She might be busy with the cafe.

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-Look, don't think I'm ungrateful

-but you don't have to keep fussing.

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-I'm your mother. It's my job.

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-You're not giving me any peace.

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-I almost lost you.

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-Yes...

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-..I know, but you didn't, did you?

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-Alright.

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-Thanks.

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-Mm.

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-Mm.

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-Nice?

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-Diane.

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-Dai got his revenge this morning.

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-Sorry?

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-When people threw stuff at him

-in the stocks.

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-I'm not with you.

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-Dai threw a bucket of water over me

-out the back of APD this morning.

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-Did he?

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-Didn't he tell you? He mistook me

-for a cat or something.

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-Dai's got an obsession

-with that cat.

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-What were you doing

-out the back anyway?

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-Um, sneaking in through

-the back door of the cafe...

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-..because I didn't want Debbie

-to see I was late.

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-Mm! It smells nice.

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-Yes, well, I'm an expert

-at making pancakes.

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-Kel, some spare ones

-are still cooking.

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-Remember to turn them off.

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-You can't go now.

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-You can't go now.

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-I should be at the chip shop.

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-You'll be fine. Just don't panic.

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-Kelly, these aren't bad.

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-Not as good as mine.

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-Yes, to be honest, Diane...

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-..Ed made them to help me out.

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-Ah, fair play to him.

-He's very good to you.

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-Yes, too good to be true.

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-Don't say that.

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-He's perfect, Diane.

-Something's bound to go wrong.

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-I don't believe that nonsense.

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-Enjoy yourself.

-You both deserve some happiness.

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-Thanks. And we do, I suppose.

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-Can you smell smoke?

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-ALARM

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-The pancakes!

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-I need to...

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-Don't... Actually, everyone out.

-Health and safety. Everyone out.

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-Diane, go on!

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-Sorry.

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-I asked you to bring eggs.

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-I gave them to Kelly, and then they

-couldn't find the prescription.

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-I've only got one pair of hands.

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-Hello, hello, hello.

-How is everyone?

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-Hey, here he is.

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-You look well, boy. Doesn't he?

-Better than last week already.

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-I've been nursing him.

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-Guaranteed.

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-Where's Non, then?

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-Resting upstairs?

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-She's not coming out of hospital

-until tomorrow.

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-Oh, I thought it was today.

-I must have got mixed-up.

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-She's coming out tomorrow.

-I put it on the calendar.

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-Let me see.

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-Where are we? Right.

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-It says today here.

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-Eh?

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-Eh?

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-"Pick Non up."

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-Debs, no.

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-I don't understand.

-I was sure it was tomorrow.

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-Why hasn't she texted?

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-You know what she's like.

-She doesn't like to disturb anyone.

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-Hello.

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-What do you mean, smoke?

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-OK, OK. I'm coming now.

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-There's an emergency at the cafe.

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-What about Non?

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-What about Non?

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-Kath will have to go.

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-I haven't driven for ages.

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-I haven't driven for ages.

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-I can fetch her if you want.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-I won't be long.

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-I have to go.

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-I can't believe you forgot her.

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-I can't believe you forgot her.

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-I'm sorry, Mark.

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-That's no use now.

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-Honestly, it's fine to come back in.

-The smoke has gone.

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-What's happened?

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-Sorry, Debs. The frying pan

-started smoking, and...

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-I can't leave you for a second.

-You're a liability.

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry.

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-What's going on?

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-Your girlfriend's destroying

-my business.

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-You're lucky

-that she's here to run it for you.

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-Didn't you get angry with Kelly

-last week too?

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-Yes, but...

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-I know you're busy

-but Kelly can't do everything.

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-Start appreciating your staff.

-Come on, let's get your stuff.

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-Wait until I get hold of that cat!

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-Right, this has to stop.

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-What?

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-This obsession with the tomcat.

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-You can't go around

-attacking people.

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-I'm not attacking anyone.

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-Kelly out the back this morning?

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-You're making me sound like

-Genghis Khan or Attila the Hun.

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-It was just a misunderstanding.

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-You need to wise up.

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-It's just an animal.

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-Argh!

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-Dai, a mouse.

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-What's wrong with you? It's dead.

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-I can see that. The cat

-must have brought it in here.

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-No cat has brought a mouse in here.

-I've been here all morning.

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-The cat must be cleverer than you.

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-The cat must be cleverer than you.

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-Right.

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-I'll go to the shop

-to buy a tin of tuna.

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-Tuna?

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-Tuna?

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-Sardines. They're cheaper.

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-What for?

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-Oh, um,

-I'm looking for Non Mererid.

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-She's just gone home.

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-She's just gone home.

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-On her own?

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-She said someone was waiting

-outside.

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-But she did leave this behind.

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-Colin?

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-Non!

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-I thought for a second

-you'd done a runner.

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-Everything alright?

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-Everything alright?

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-Yes, thank you.

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-Good luck.

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-I forgot my scarf.

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-Thanks.

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-You weren't going to travel home

-on your own?

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-There's a bus stop outside.

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-I thought you'd forgotten.

-I didn't want to be a nuisance.

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-You're not a nuisance.

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-They can't wait to have you back.

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-Debbie was on her way...

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-..but there was a disaster

-at the cafe.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes. Everything's hunky-dory,

-don't worry.

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-Everyone's fine... now.

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-Right, well...

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-..I'll take you home.

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-Let's face it,

-I'm a walking disaster.

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-You're not.

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-Everything I touch goes wrong.

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-Do you know any other woman

-who's been mistaken for a tomcat?

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-Exactly!

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-Exactly!

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-Puss, puss, puss, puss.

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-Where are you?

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-No, wait.

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-Ed.

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-Pussy, pussy, pussy.

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-Fishy, fishy, fishy.

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-Pussy, pussy, pussy.

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-Fishy, fishy...

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-Crikey!

-Do you know what you're doing?

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-Now you know how it feels.

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-That's what you get

-for chasing innocent animals.

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-I wasn't chasing an innocent animal.

-I want the cat as a pet.

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-As if, Dai!

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-As if, Dai!

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-I want it to get rid of the mice.

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-So you're being cruel to mice too?

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-They're vermin!

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-You can't just be nice to animals

-when it suits you, Dai.

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-That's divine retribution.

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-You couldn't catch that cat anyway.

-Enjoy your sardines.

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-It's alright, isn't it?

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-It's alright, isn't it?

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-It's great. She'll love it.

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-Are you sure?

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-Lucky Colin turned up when he did.

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-Isn't it? Fair play to him.

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-Weren't you a bit hard on Debbie?

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-I was angry. How could she forget

-that Non was coming home today?

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-Mark, we all forgot.

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-And as you said,

-she's got a lot on her plate.

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-Yes, I suppose.

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-Has she arrived yet?

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-Has she arrived yet?

-

-No.

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-Is everything alright in the cafe?

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-Do you fancy a cuppa?

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-Do you fancy a cuppa?

-

-Yes, please. Thanks.

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-Listen, Debs, maybe I was

-a bit hard on you earlier.

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-I deserved it.

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-I didn't like the thought

-of Non waiting for us on her own.

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-Don't you think I've had that

-on my mind all morning too?

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-You've got too much on your plate.

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-You've got too much on your plate.

-

-I don't have much choice, do I?

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-Both of you don't have

-to look after me all the time.

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-We'll have to nurse Non now too.

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-Well, Mam?

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-Yes?

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-Listen, why don't you stay

-with me in the mornings...

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-..and help in the cafe

-in the afternoon while Debs is here?

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-What?

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-It makes sense to share the burden.

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-You're not working at Awyr Iach

-a lot so you can help in the cafe.

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-That would be great.

-It'll take so much pressure off me.

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-What do you think?

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-Ooh, they're here.

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-Thanks, Mam.

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-Look what I found.

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-Come here.

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-How are you, love?

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-How are you, love?

-

-OK, thank you.

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-Welcome home.

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-Oh, he deserved it.

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-Ed...

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-..thank you.

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-That's exactly what I needed

-after today.

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-CAT MEOWS

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-Puss.

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-Hiya.

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-Come here.

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-Come to Auntie Kelly.

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-Were you chased by Dai today?

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-He must belong to someone.

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-He must belong to someone.

-

-Why has he turned up here, then?

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-We won't be able

-to get rid of him now.

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-I don't want to get rid of him.

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-You're clever, aren't you, eh?

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-And you're safe here, yeah.

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-Karma.

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-We're meant to be together.

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-You're so cute.

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-You're so cute.

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Beth wnaeth Kelly druan i haeddu cael bwced o ddwr dros ei phen? What has poor Kelly done to deserve having a bucket of water thrown over her? Have the Joneses forgotten something?