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Tue, 13 Mar 2018

Mae Britt a Diane yn ceisio rhwystro Chester a Hannah rhag ymfudo. Britt and Diane try to stop Chester and Hannah from emigrating.


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-Is the Art assessment today?

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-Nervous?

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-Is that why you're so quiet?

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-There's no need to worry.

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-Do your best

-and I bet you'll get an A.

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-Those landscapes you showed me

-were beautiful, love.

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-Thanks, Mam-gu.

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-What have I done to deserve this,

-eh?

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-Nothing, just...

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-..thanks.

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-You're suffocating me.

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-Sorry.

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-Right, I'm off to work.

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-See you tonight. Ta-ra, love.

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-See you tonight. Ta-ra, love.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Right,

-cheese and pickle sandwiches.

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-With extra pickle,

-just how you like them.

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-You can be a star sometimes.

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-You can be a star sometimes.

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-Sometimes? I'm always a star.

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-What's going on with this hair?

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-You can't go to school

-looking like that.

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-You can't stop treating me

-like a child, can you?

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-You don't want to be banned from

-school for looking like a brush.

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-Hey, here's Auntie Anita.

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-Hiya. Are you the nanny

-this morning?

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-I'm only trying to help them out

-at Number 7.

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-I've only got her

-until lunchtime...

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-..so I'm free later

-if you want to come over.

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-And why would I want to come over?

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-I'm sure I can find you something

-to do.

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-Especially as you've got

-the afternoon off.

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-I think you're being naughty,

-Mr White.

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-I can be very naughty.

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-What are you talking about?

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-What are you talking about?

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-The Best Kept Village.

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-Aren't you bored

-talking about flowers and borders?

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-Our latest plans

-are for shop windows.

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-Wouldn't you like to see them?

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-Do I have a choice?

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-Do I have a choice?

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-Come on.

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-Oh, Chester, you gave me a fright.

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-Oh, Chester, you gave me a fright.

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-Sorry, Megan. Are you alright?

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-Yes, yes.

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-I've just come back from two months

-out in Australia.

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-You've been away, have you?

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-Yes, I went to visit Rhian Haf,

-my daughter.

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-How was Oz?

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-How was Oz?

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-Hot.

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-But things have gone awry since

-I've come back. Llewelyn's missing.

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-The cat?

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-Mrs Parry next door was supposed

-to look after him...

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-..but she hasn't seen him

-for weeks.

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-You haven't see him, have you?

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-You haven't see him, have you?

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-No, sorry.

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-I've been looking for him

-for hours.

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-I'm worried sick

-that something's happened to him.

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-I'm sure he's OK.

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-If you see him,

-can you tell me, please?

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-Of course.

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-Of course.

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-Thank you.

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-I was worried

-you'd changed your mind.

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-Why would I do that?

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-Why would I do that?

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-You're late.

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-I had to go back,

-I'd forgotten my passport.

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-Are you sure you want to do this?

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-Are you sure you want to do this?

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-Yes.

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-Sure, sure?

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-Sydney, here we come!

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-Businesses here would transform...

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-..with a hanging basket outside.

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-If you filled them

-with petunias and begonias...

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-..the front of the cafe

-would be a sea of colour.

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-How many sketches have you got?

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-Loads. Do you want to see them?

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-Loads. Do you want to see them?

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-No.

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-So we've got the cafe's support?

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-I'm not the organ grinder,

-you'll have to ask Debs.

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-Go over there, she's with Mark.

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-Go over there, she's with Mark.

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-I think I'll do that.

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-Come on, Greta,

-let's strike while the iron's hot.

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-Exactly.

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-He's obsessed with this

-Best Kept Village thing.

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-He does go on and on.

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-It must be a bundle of laughs

-in Y Felin.

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-Sion isn't the biggest laugh.

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-Bore of the century more like.

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-At least he's trying to do something

-for Cwmderi...

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-..which is more than

-both of you are doing.

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-Excuse me, who organized

-the Christmas procession?

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-You're not showing any interest

-in this project.

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-It's easy

-to trample other people's plans...

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-..when you don't raise a finger

-to help.

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-Three coffees to take out

-for Awyr Iach, please.

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-Gaynor, what do you mean

-she's not in school?

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-Sick?

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-No, she was fine

-early this morning.

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-Yes.

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-Hang on, I'll check upstairs.

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-Are these mine?

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-Why were you so touchy

-about Sion earlier?

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-I wasn't touchy about Sion.

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-I wasn't touchy about Sion.

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-You bit my head off.

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-Didn't she, Math?

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-I don't think you should poke fun

-at your customers.

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-He didn't even order

-a cuppa earlier.

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-You know what I mean.

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-It's not nice that you're

-making fun of him either.

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-He gave you a home

-when you were in trouble.

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-Yes, you're right.

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-He's a good man and we're sorry,

-aren't we?

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-I want you to know, I'm happy

-to help with the Best Kept Village.

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-Good.

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-I'm glad, I think you'll enjoy it.

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-Sion isn't boring.

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-To tell you the truth he's...

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-..shown a lot of imagination

-with all these plans.

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-She's really defensive of him,

-isn't she?

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-You don't think

-anything's going on, do you?

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-Sion and Anita?

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-Don't be so soft.

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-Thanks, Kel.

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-Hey, Chester isn't here,

-he's in school.

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-I thought Hannah was too.

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-But her clothes, passport,

-everything's gone.

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-She's gone and I want to find out

-if Chester knows anything.

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-No, I've told you, he's in school.

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-Is he? Maybe he's gone with her.

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-Of course he hasn't.

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-Hannah said she had

-an Art assessment this morning.

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-But Gaynor phoned to say

-she hadn't turned up.

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-His passport and clothes are gone.

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-Where are they?

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-Would I be here if I knew that?

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-Does Catrin or Aaron know anything?

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-Does Catrin or Aaron know anything?

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-I don't know.

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-Come on, let's go to the school.

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-Ricky.

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-Do you know where Chester is?

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-And Hannah.

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-And Hannah.

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-No.

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-You do, I can tell. Where are they?

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-What's this?

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-Chester and Hannah have left

-and I want him to say where.

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-Ricky, if you know anything

-about this...

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-Tell us!

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-Tell us!

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-Britt, please.

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-Please, Ricky, we're worried.

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-They're on their way to Sydney.

-They're flying this afternoon.

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-I couldn't stop them.

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-I couldn't stop them.

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-Why are they going?

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-Because of you.

-They can't cope being kept apart.

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-This is your fault.

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-If you hadn't banned them

-from seeing each other...

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-..this wouldn't have happened.

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-You agreed with me.

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-I had no choice, I wasn't here.

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-Don't try and blame me.

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-Instead of standing here arguing...

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-..shouldn't you stop them

-from leaving the country?

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-When are they flying?

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-When are they flying?

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-About 5 o'clock, I think.

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-It's open.

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-Right, our flight's on time

-but we've got ages, so...

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-..do you want a smoothie

-to keep us going?

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-Yes, cool.

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-I can't believe we're doing this.

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-A new mobile?

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-No, it's the old one.

-I found it in Mam's drawer.

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-I took it.

-She can't tell me off now, can she?

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-Who is it?

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-Ricky.

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-What?

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-Oh, no.

-Mam and Diane have found out.

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-They're on their way here.

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-What are we going to do?

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-What are we going to do?

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-Come on.

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-We're checking in now.

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-Sorry.

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-I'm going to call them Pinky

-and Perky. Aren't they cute?

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-Lovely, if you like mice.

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-They're for our cat, Catatonia,

-a stray.

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-Look at how gorgeous he is.

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-Oh, lovely. Is he settling down?

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-Oh, lovely. Is he settling down?

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-He rules the roost.

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-I'm sorry to interrupt...

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-..could you put one of these

-posters up, please, Kelly.

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-It depends what it is, Megan.

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-I'm afraid my cat's gone missing.

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-I'm so sorry, and here I am going

-on and on about our new addition.

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-I'm so sorry.

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-I'm so sorry.

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-You weren't to know.

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-Can I have a look?

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-That's Catatonia.

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-No! That's Llewelyn.

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-What?

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-That's my cat. Look.

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-Look, look.

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-Alright, I have to go, Dai.

-You tell Colin. Ta-ra.

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-I don't know where to start.

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-They're here somewhere.

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-They're here somewhere.

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-Thanks, Diane, that's helpful.

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-Calm down, Britt.

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-We have to be practical here.

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-The first thing they have to do

-is check in their luggage.

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-This way.

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-What time did Ricky say

-the flight was?

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-About 5.00pm.

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-About 5.00pm.

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-We don't have much time.

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-Cross everything for a delay.

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-Don't worry, Diane,

-you take your time.

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-It's not as if we're in any rush.

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-If I knew I was going

-to run a marathon...

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-..I'd have worn my trainers.

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-So, you came.

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-Well, you tempted me.

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-What's all this?

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-A small surprise...

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-..for the two of us.

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-Sion.

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-You're the only person

-who'd think of something like this.

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-You have such imagination.

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-Is that good or bad?

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-Good.

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-Can you believe

-how long the check-in queue was?

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-I know. But at least our bags are

-on their way to the plane.

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-We'll be on our way

-in a moment too.

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-We're nearly there.

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-We're nearly there.

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-To the other side of the world.

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-Nothing can stop us now.

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-Nothing can stop us now.

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-Boarding passes, please.

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-I had it a minute ago.

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-Sorry.

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-What have you done with it?

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-What have you done with it?

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-Give me a minute. It's here.

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-We don't have a minute.

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-We don't have a minute.

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-I don't know where I put it.

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-Check your bag.

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-They must have gone

-through security.

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-I hope we're not too late.

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-What if we are too late?

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-Positive thinking, Britt,

-for heaven's sake!

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-It's not your son who's on his way

-to the other side of the world.

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-Chester! Stop!

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-Chester! Stop!

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-Hannah.

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-No, I haven't made a mistake.

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-That's Llewelyn

-and I'd recognize him anywhere.

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-He's more or less ignoring you.

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-He always has been independent.

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-Aren't you, lovely?

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-Aren't you a little scoundrel?

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-I'm so glad to see you.

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-I'd started imagining

-all sorts of things.

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-I can only thank you

-from the bottom of my heart...

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-..for looking after him.

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-Are you going to come with me?

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-Come on now, there we go.

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-Whoa, whoa, whoa.

-What do you think you're doing?

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-Taking Llewelyn home.

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-Taking Llewelyn home.

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-I don't think so.

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-You went away for two months

-and neglected him.

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-If you think I'm just going to let

-you take him, think again.

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-Whatever you say,

-we're still going away.

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-Things can't possibly be so bad.

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-We're fed up

-of being treated like kids.

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-You're behaving like children.

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-You're behaving like children.

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-Here we go.

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-You've come all this way

-to lecture us.

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-I thought you were going to school

-this morning.

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-But actually

-you had this planned!

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-You said I was a star. You were

-saying goodbye, weren't you?

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-Don't do this, Chester.

-Please, don't leave me.

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-Don't start, Mam.

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-We want to be together.

-What's so awful about that?

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-This was your idea, wasn't it?

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-This was your idea, wasn't it?

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-No, the both of us.

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-So don't have a go at Chest, OK.

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-Let's sit down and talk about this.

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-There's no point

-if you won't let us see each other.

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-If we will, will you stay?

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-No, we've paid for the tickets.

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-We've got a new, stress-free life

-waiting for us. Come on.

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-Hannah, please,

-this ban isn't my fault.

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-If we lift it,

-will you change your minds?

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-No, it's all arranged.

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-Re-arrange it.

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-If you want me to beg, I will...

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-..but please, don't go for my sake.

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-You don't understand, do you?

-You and Mam-gu are the problem.

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-You control us, don't trust us

-and we've had enough.

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-We're looking after you.

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-But it's suffocating

-and unless you change that...

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-..we're catching the plane.

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-We can't let you do what you want,

-when you want. It isn't realistic.

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-If that's how you feel,

-there's no point talking about it.

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-You're not listening to us.

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-You're not listening to us.

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-Diane, Diane.

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-I didn't neglect him.

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-Mrs Parry next door went in

-every day to feed him.

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-Cats need more than food and drink,

-Megan.

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-They need love and fuss. Mrs Parry

-didn't provide that, did she?

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-Or Catatonia...

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-Or Catatonia...

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-His name's Llewelyn.

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-You left him rattling round

-the house on his own.

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-No wonder he legged it.

-Poor dab was desperate for fuss.

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-He'll have plenty of it

-now I'm home.

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-Sorry, Megan, I can't let him go.

-My conscience won't allow him.

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-You can't keep my cat.

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-I've got a duty

-to do what's right for him.

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-This is laughable.

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-This is laughable.

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-Sorry, Megan, I want you to leave.

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-Are you throwing me out?

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-I'm asking you nicely to leave.

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-I'll go for now but I want you

-to understand one thing...

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-..you haven't heard the last

-of this.

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-I love you, do you know that?

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-I'm never letting you go.

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-Oh, no.

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-Alright, how about you can see

-each other in the evenings...

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-..after you finish

-your schoolwork?

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-We don't want to bargain for days

-and evenings here and there.

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-If we're staying, we want to be

-together all the time.

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-But you can't be together

-all the time.

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-Why not?

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-Why not?

-

-Diane's got a point.

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-We can't practically be together

-all the time...

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-..we don't live together.

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-But what if we did?

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-That's what we were going to do

-in Sydney.

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-My granddaughter isn't going

-to live with her boyfriend.

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-Not while she's still in school.

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-Not while she's still in school.

-

-Why not?

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-It's not right. You're not engaged

-or married or anything.

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-Right, OK.

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-Chester, what are you doing?

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-Hannah Francis, will you marry me?

0:17:370:17:40

-Are you serious?

0:17:400:17:42

-Are you serious?

-

-Chest, whoa!

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-Will you?

0:17:440:17:45

-Will you?

-

-Stand up! People are looking.

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-You know how I feel about you.

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-So, will you be Mrs Monk?

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-Yes.

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-Does that mean we can live together

-now we're engaged?

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-You can't corner me like this.

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-We could always get on that plane.

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-You can come and live with us

-in the flat.

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-No, Britt!

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-If that's what you really want. You

-don't want them to leave, do you?

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-Would that make you happy?

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-Would that make you happy?

-

-Mam, you really are a star.

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Mae Britt a Diane yn ceisio rhwystro Chester a Hannah rhag ymfudo. Britt and Diane try to stop Chester and Hannah from emigrating.