Tue, 14 Nov 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Tue, 14 Nov 2017

Mae parti pen-blwydd Arwen yn achlysur chwerw-felys i Ffion. Caiff Eileen ei hyfforddi i ddweud celwydd gan Sioned Arwen's birthday party is a bitter-sweet occasion for Ffion.


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-I never thought I'd see you

-cleaning windows.

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-Helping Ed. A change from painting

-slogans on Sioned's walls.

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-Let's forget about that business.

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-Come back to work in the cafe.

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-Right, I'm off to see the solicitor.

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-How's Ricky?

-I heard about the vestry.

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-He's OK, thanks for asking.

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-He's OK, thanks for asking.

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-Debbie wants me back in the cafe.

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-Why not?

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-Not after the way she treated me.

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-Not after the way she treated me.

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-Forget about it.

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-There are plenty of people looking

-for work, I won't beg.

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-Maybe you should consider it.

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-She just wants me back

-because she's desperate.

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-You enjoyed working there.

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-What's this? A lovers' tiff?

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-Guess what? You're breaking

-your bail conditions.

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-I thought you should know, Mam's

-going to testify on my behalf.

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-What do you mean?

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-What do you mean?

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-Use your imagination.

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-She's going to stand up in court

-and say I never touched you.

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-I think she'll be a good witness.

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-An ordinary, middle-aged woman,

-a pillar of the community.

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-Who have you got?

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-Someone who looks like she's raided

-a pantomime dame's wardrobe.

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-We'll sort it, don't worry.

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-Thanks.

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-Hiya, Eileen. How's Jim?

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-Much better. The police

-came to see him this morning.

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-That Carl's done a runner.

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-The news about Gaynor isn't good.

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-I heard there's no change.

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-I heard there's no change.

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-Maybe that's a good thing.

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-Yes?

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-I'm here to see Eileen.

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-Is it true you're going to be

-a court witness for Sioned?

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-Yes.

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-I know Sioned's your daughter...

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-I know Sioned's your daughter...

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-Exactly. She's my daughter.

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-I have to support her.

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-What are you going to say

-when you're on that stand?

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-That she's innocent

-and Ed made the whole thing up?

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-It depends what they ask me.

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-I hope you're

-a convincing actress...

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-..because you'll have to

-lie through your teeth.

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-Sioned deserves to be punished

-for what she's done.

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-And you're going to deprive Ed

-of his only chance to get justice.

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-Nice one, Eileen.

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-I don't know what I would have done

-without painkillers.

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-I'd heard that breaking your ribs

-was painful...

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-..but I never imagined this.

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-When are you collecting Arwen

-from Elinor's?

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-I'll go and get her in a minute.

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-How is she?

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-Much better.

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-She's more like herself now.

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-Do they want to see her again

-after the scan?

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-No, she's fine.

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-Good. Thank heavens.

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-Things could have been much worse.

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-Have you seen Megan around?

-This is all her fault.

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-Nobody's seen her. She hasn't been

-near Maenan Appeal either.

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-She should never have had a job

-like that done on the cheap.

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-I'm thinking of suing her. I won't

-be able to work for a while.

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-What about Jim and poor Gaynor?

-What's going to happen to her?

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-Oh, Geth, please.

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-Going on about suing people isn't

-going to change anything, is it?

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-No, you're right. Sorry.

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-This must have been so stressful

-for you. I didn't think.

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-Come here.

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-We've been lucky, Ffi.

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-Let's think about

-something nice to do together.

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-Celebrations, not reprisals.

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-Sioned...

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-Should I do something to my hair?

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-I was thinking about court.

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-Maybe I should look a bit more...

-like you.

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-I've got more important things

-to worry about.

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-What's happened?

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-What exactly will I be asked to say

-as a witness next week?

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-I don't know. Is there a problem?

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-The problem is

-I know that you're guilty.

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-I'm scared I'll slip up.

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-All you have to say is

-I've never touched Ed.

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-It's not that simple. Barristers

-can be like a dog with a...

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-Stop worrying.

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-I need you to be strong.

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-I went shopping and realized

-I don't have much variety...

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-..in smart shirts and ties.

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-I'd be grateful if you could

-help me choose.

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-Yeah, love to. I always like

-the chance to be a stylist.

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-So, erm...

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-What did the solicitor say?

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-She wasn't happy that

-Eileen's going to testify.

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-She's also worried

-that you're my main witness.

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-Because you're a single woman.

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-She thinks Sioned's team will say

-the only reason...

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-..you're doing this is because

-you're in love with me.

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-Because you're doing so much for me

-like going to North Wales...

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-That's ridiculous.

-Can't a man and a woman be mates?

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-They'll try anything, Kell.

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-You know now, so you'll be

-ready for the question.

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-Absolutely.

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-Right, I'm off.

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-Can you take the clothes with you.

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-I don't want them

-smelling of chips.

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-See you later, mate!

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-What did she expect

-she'd have to do?

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-Tell them how to cook an apple tart

-or something?

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-We have to sort this out now...

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-..before she makes a mess of things

-on the stand.

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-I need her to be good. If she goes

-to pieces, I have no chance.

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-Don't worry now.

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-We'll give her a practice run.

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-I have some idea of the kind

-of questions they'll ask her.

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-But then she'll know how many lies

-she'll have to tell.

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-What if that puts her off?

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-It's best she knows now

-and not on the day.

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-Ask her to come round.

-We'll do it today.

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-She's fast asleep.

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-Can you pass me that ice pack,

-please.

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-The one you use for backache.

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-She had one scan, didn't she?

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-What?

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-She said she'd had two scans...

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-..and the nurse gave her

-some sweets.

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-Oh, yes. Sorry, I forgot to say.

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-The first scan wasn't clear,

-so she had to have another one.

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-The important thing is

-she's alright.

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-I'm just going to pop to the shop.

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-I've run out of a few things.

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-You don't have to go now, Ffi...?

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-Ffion?

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-Are you going to tell me

-what's wrong?

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-Arwen's sick.

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-She's got a brain tumour.

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-I wasn't expecting

-to see you today.

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-We've got a present for Arwen.

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-And I've got a box of chocolates

-for you.

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-Thanks.

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-Sit down. I'll make it.

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-How's Arwen?

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-She's asleep.

-She's just come back from Elinor's.

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-How is she?

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-How is she?

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-She's not bad.

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-Children get over these things

-much faster than adults.

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-She'll love this, lads.

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-Poor thing.

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-She's had a terrible time recently

-between everything.

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-It was her birthday last week and

-she was too ill to have a party.

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-We could have the party today.

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-We could buy balloons and a cake.

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-We could buy balloons and a cake.

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-I'm not sure.

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-It'll be a small one.

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-It'll be a small one.

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-Yeah, alright then.

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-But we won't invite anyone else

-in case she doesn't feel well.

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-Great, we'll go shopping

-after a cuppa.

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-When the doctor told me,

-I thought...

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-..OK, one day at a time now.

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-She's having the biopsy on Friday

-and everything will be alright.

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-But...

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-I'd do anything for it to be me

-and not her.

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-She's only five.

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-What have you told her?

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-Nothing, and I'm not going to

-until I know what it is.

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-There is a strong possibility

-that the tumour's benign.

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-You understand that, don't you?

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-That's why I couldn't tell Gethin.

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-I'm holding on to the possibility

-that it's nothing.

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-But he will suspect

-that something's wrong.

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-If I tell him, all we'll do

-is worry and talk about it...

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-..and Arwen will know

-something's wrong.

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-Gethin's a positive person.

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-He'd be a rock to you

-through this.

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-You need him, Ffion.

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-You can't do this on your own.

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-Maybe you're right.

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-Will you come with me?

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-Will you come with me?

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-Of course.

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-I'll want you to take Arwen

-out for a walk or something.

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-I don't want my baby to know

-there's anything wrong.

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-I think I prefer the other one.

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-My solicitor told me not to be too

-trendy but on the other hand...

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-..not to look as though

-I've just left the office.

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-Whatever that's supposed to mean.

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-What do solicitors

-know about fashion?

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-They should just stick

-to their briefs.

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-Can you help me with the buttons,

-please. They're a bit stiff.

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-This shirt's good quality,

-more cotton than polyester.

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-I'm sure it's more awkward to iron.

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-But you can have shirts these days

-that you don't have to iron.

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-Cool.

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-No, I prefer the other one.

-What do you think?

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-D'you know what? I'm really sorry

-but I promised to see Debbie.

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-Why?

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-I'm going to ask for my job back.

-Where's my bag?

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-Doesn't matter. See you later.

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-What if Anita...

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-..comes back?

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-You can have a free coffee.

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-And I'll be with you now.

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-Debs, I accept your apology and

-I'd like to come back to work.

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-I don't remember apologizing.

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-I don't remember apologizing.

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-Do you want me or not?

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-When can you start?

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-When can you start?

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-Now.

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-Go to the kitchen

-and do these for me.

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-I thought it would just be

-you and me.

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-We need Gwyneth's help.

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-We're going to have a fake court.

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-With Gwyneth cross-examining you.

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-I thought we were having a chat.

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-If you truly want to keep me

-out of jail...

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-..you have to be ready for

-a Rottweiler questioning you.

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-Alright?

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-Is Kelly here?

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-Is Kelly here?

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-She's busy in the kitchen.

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-Can you give her this?

-She can't do without it.

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-I'd better go. Sioned.

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-Is it stupid to ask

-why Ed's got your handbag?

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-The whole thing's just ridiculous.

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-Sioned's defence is going to say...

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-..I'm in love with Ed and

-that's why I'm the main witness.

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-Are you in love with Ed?

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-What's wrong with people?

-We're just mates.

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-You're single, you like each other

-and Ed...

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-Debs, please.

-We're mates, and that's that.

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-I was fine with seeing him

-without his shirt on...

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-..but now it's really awkward.

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-What kind of relationship

-do you think Sioned and Ed had?

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-I thought they were happy.

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-Did they argue?

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-Did they argue?

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-Yes.

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-Were you aware that they had

-heated arguments?

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-Sometimes.

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-Don't say that...

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-Don't say that...

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-It's OK, I'm only starting.

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-What do you think had happened

-to Ed when he disappeared?

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-Because his clothes were on

-the clifftop...

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-..I thought he'd committed suicide.

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-Why do you think

-he'd committed suicide?

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-Because he wasn't happy.

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-With Sioned?

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-Yes... no, I don't know.

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-Sioned has a history of bullying.

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-Yes, but that was sorted.

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-Yes, but that was sorted.

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-Mam!

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-I don't know what to say.

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-That's why we're doing this.

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-You need to be comfortable

-with any question.

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-Simon says raise your arm.

-Put it down.

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-Ah, Geth! Simon didn't say.

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-You're out.

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-You've won, again.

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-Mam's back.

-She can play instead of me.

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-You're thrashing me.

-And my ribs are hurting.

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-I tried to call you

-but you'd left your phone.

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-Did I? Sorry.

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-We decided to have a birthday party

-for Arwen.

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-That's a great idea.

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-Are you playing Simon Says?

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-And the birthday girl's winning.

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-And the birthday girl's winning.

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-That's how it should be.

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-This was the best I could do.

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-It's not that bad, is it?

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-It's not that bad, is it?

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-Sorry.

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-It's been a difficult few days.

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-It's great, Iol.

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-# Happy birthday to you

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-# Happy birthday to you

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-# Happy birthday to Arwen

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-# Happy birthday to you.

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-Are you going to blow

-the candles out?

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-And make a wish.

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-One more.

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-Look at the size of this cake.

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-I'll get the big plates, shall I?

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-I can't tell him.

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-I just can't.

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-It's better that he doesn't know.

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-It's best to keep the whole thing

-away from this place.

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-So you weren't aware that Sioned

-has a history of bullying.

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-No.

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-But I have school reports here

-that say the contrary.

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-Do you? I don't know what to say.

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-Did you know that Sioned

-was abusing Ed?

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-That she was hitting him?

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-May I remind you that you have

-sworn to tell the truth.

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-Did Sioned ever admit

-that she was hitting Ed?

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-Yes, but...

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-Yes, but...

-

-Oh, Mam.

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-You might as well handcuff me

-yourself.

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-Is there any way I can answer

-these questions without lying?

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-How?

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-How?

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-I don't know.

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-By saying that Sioned hit Ed

-to defend herself or something.

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-If the prosecutor sees a hole in

-the evidence, they'll go after it.

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-Sorry, Sioned,

-I want to help you, but...

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-..do you really think

-I'm your best chance?

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-At least now you have an idea

-what kind of questions they'll ask.

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-You'll be fine.

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-You'll be fine.

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-No.

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-You'll go to pieces.

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-Sorry, Sioned. I'm doing my best.

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-That's my final chance gone.

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-Maybe with some rehearsing...

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-Maybe with some rehearsing...

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-Stop talking nonsense.

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-You've been in that stand yourself.

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-Can you really see Mam

-standing there...

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-..and persuading them

-she's telling the truth?

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-Exactly.

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-It's about time I start

-to face things.

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-I'm going to jail.

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Mae parti pen-blwydd Arwen yn achlysur chwerw-felys i Ffion. Caiff Eileen ei hyfforddi i ddweud celwydd gan Sioned Arwen's birthday party is a bitter-sweet occasion for Ffion.