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Mae Dol yn helpu Kath i ddod dros ei gorddibyniaeth ar gyffuriau. Pam mae Vicky yn gwisgo crys Mathew? Dol tries to help Kath get over her addiction. Why is Vicky wearing Mathew...


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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Jason?

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-Jason?

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-Anita.

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-Hiya. Cadno said you'd be here.

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-Do you want a cuppa?

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-No, I'm fine, thanks.

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-Oh. Are you going anywhere?

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-Ireland, as it happens.

-That's where Mam is.

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-Listen. No, she isn't there.

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-She phoned this morning.

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-She's going to Australia

-to stay with Emma.

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-Australia? But she sent a postcard

-from Rosslare.

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-She's changed her plans.

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-Why didn't she phone me or Dai?

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-She's not ready to talk to you yet.

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-Look, your mother needs some space.

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-It'll do her good.

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-How did she sound?

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-Good.

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-You don't need to worry about her,

-I promise.

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-But I am worried.

-Did she seem angry or upset with me?

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-No.

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-Does Dai know yet?

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-No.

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-I was wondering

-if you'd be willing to talk to him.

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-I doubt he'll be pleased...

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-..to find out Diane is basking

-in Australian sunshine without him.

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-Great. Thanks a bunch.

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-Thank you, Anita.

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-Thank goodness.

-I thought you'd drowned up there.

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-I needed to shave my legs.

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-I needed to shave my legs.

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-Leave that now, Dol.

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-Somebody's got to clear your mess.

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-Somebody's got to clear your mess.

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-Please?

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-Thanks.

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-Right...

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-Sit down.

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-You and I need to talk.

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-What's wrong? There are enough

-tablets, aren't there?

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-For now.

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-I've done some research

-on the Internet.

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-You're strong,

-stronger than you think.

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-No, Dol.

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-I have to have more than one,

-I'm telling you.

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-You saw what I was like

-the other day.

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-Please, don't do this to me, Dol.

-Please.

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-I promise to try tomorrow.

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-No, not tomorrow. Today.

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-What do you want?

-Is it money you want?

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-No!

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-I don't want a penny.

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-I just want you to recover.

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-That would mean more to me

-than any amount of money.

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-I'll be there now.

-Dani, I'm ten steps away.

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-I'm just going...

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-Phone me back.

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-I'm so sorry.

-You didn't burn, did you?

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-Lucky for you

-it's only a milkshake.

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-I'm on my way

-to a job interview.

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-No-one's going to hire me now

-with a stain all over my jacket...

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-..and when I stink of banana.

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-Look, come to the Deri with me.

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-We don't sell milkshakes but I'll

-give you a coffee on the house.

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-How does that solve the problem?

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-It doesn't. But you'll feel better

-and be less annoyed, hopefully.

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-I'll have a hot chocolate

-with the works, do you hear?

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-Sorry, I came as soon as I could.

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-I didn't know who else to turn to.

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-The nursery has phoned

-to say Esther has a temperature.

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-Can you look after her

-until I finish the show?

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-Sheryl's busy all day.

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-I thought you wanted me

-to present the programme.

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-To be honest,

-I'd prefer to do that.

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-You'd prefer to work than look after

-the little one. Really?

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-Yes. I've done my share

-of changing nappies.

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-Anyway, it makes more sense

-for her father to look after her.

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-Leave Cwm FM to me.

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-The programme's only

-an hour long anyway.

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-I know what I'm doing.

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-Chop-chop.

-We don't have much time.

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-Where's your bag? Come on now.

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-I don't want to miss the boat.

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-We don't need to go anywhere.

-Mam's in Australia.

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-Australia?

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-Yes, she's staying with Emma.

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-Australia.

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-She said she needs a bit of time

-to herself...

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-..and time to relax.

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-What happened to Ireland?

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-I don't know, I haven't spoken

-to her. She phoned Anita.

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-You know what Mam's like.

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-Any excuse to sit on a beach

-drinking cocktails.

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-I'm sure she isn't going out of her

-way to make us worry.

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-She isn't going out of her way

-to stop us worrying either.

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-Right. I'll make us both a cuppa.

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-Right. I'll make us both a cuppa.

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-Stuff your cuppa!

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-Tea's the last thing I need.

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-Listen, Dai, I know...

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-Leave it, Jason. Leave it out.

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-Your mother isn't the only one

-who wants to be left alone.

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-What do you think?

-A tenner in Swansea market.

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-A bargain!

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-Lovely, Dol. Suits you.

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-Thank you.

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-I'm bound to find myself a hunk

-wearing this.

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-They'll be queuing up.

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-They always do.

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-You were right earlier.

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-I don't need any more,

-I feel better already.

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-Didn't I say you were strong?

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-I think I've been a bit hasty,

-to be honest with you...

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-..when I refused your offer

-last week...

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-..to look after the tablets myself.

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-I think I am strong enough.

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-You reckon, do you?

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-Yes, I can take control of myself.

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-Thanks to you.

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-Do you think I'm stupid?

-I'm not falling for that, Kath.

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-You need help.

-The drugs are staying with me.

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-Who do you think you are?

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-You wear dresses four sizes

-too small for you!

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-Yeah, whatever.

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-Nobody controls Kath Jones,

-understand?

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-No-one nor nothing.

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-Well?

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-Mm. It's alright, I suppose.

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-Alright?

-It took me ages to make that.

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-It'll take ages

-to get the smell out of my jacket.

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-Somebody had better pay for that.

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-Somebody had better pay for that.

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-Vicky, that's 4.00, please.

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-Get lost.

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-OK, although your little jokes

-are so lovely and cute...

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-..you're here to work.

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-St Dwynwen is tomorrow. Capisce?

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-Don't worry.

-I've come up with an idea.

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-Come on, then.

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-Come on, then.

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-A Mr & Mrs quiz.

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-We can invite local couples

-to take part.

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-We can even have a Mr & Mr,

-and ask Iolo and Tyler to come too.

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-It could work, I suppose.

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-More than a pretty face.

-I've got brains too.

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-If you had brains

-I wouldn't have a damp jacket.

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-You can borrow my shirt.

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-I don't want you to catch a cold,

-do I?

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-That's nice.

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-I'm impressed.

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-I'm impressed.

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-I'm not. Work please, Mathew.

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-With my muscles?

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-With my muscles?

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-No, that this shirt is so warm.

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-Thanks. Ta-ra.

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-I want an appointment now.

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-Without knowing what's wrong

-we can't give you...

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-..an emergency appointment.

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-If I was healthy I wouldn't be here.

-I need to see a doctor.

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-I pay my taxes.

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-Sit down, Mrs Jones.

-I'll have a word with the doctor.

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-Right, you tell him

-that I'm not moving until I see him.

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-Oh, Dai.

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-Have you had a word with Jason?

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-Yes, I have.

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-If Diane thinks I'm paying

-for her jolly in Australia...

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-..she can think again.

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-What are you going to do?

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-What are you going to do?

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-I'll cancel the joint credit card.

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-You can't do that.

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-You can't do that.

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-Can't I indeed?

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-APD isn't paying...

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-..for Sex on the Beach, Harvey

-Wallbangers, shrimps on the barbie.

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-What is she meant to live on?

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-It's peace and quiet she needs,

-so they say.

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-Well, peace and quiet is cheap,

-isn't it?

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-Dai, let's go somewhere

-and talk about Diane properly.

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-I think you're in shock.

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-I think you're in shock.

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-I'm too busy.

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-Dai, get in the house now!

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-I'm not leaving my friend

-in Australia penniless.

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-I phoned about Esther.

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-You said I could have an appointment

-if I brought her in.

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-Take a seat,

-the doctor won't be long.

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-Alright, Kath?

-Esther's got a temperature.

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-I've given her Calpol

-but it hasn't had any effect.

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-I'd have asked if I was interested.

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-I forgot to tell you...

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-..how nice it is to have you back.

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-Let's sit somewhere else, Esther.

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-Let's sit somewhere else, Esther.

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-Good.

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-What did he say? Or do I need

-a baby to get any attention?

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-Mr Llywelyn? The doctor can

-see Esther now. Room number 2.

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-Hang on a minute now.

-I've been here for ages.

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-There's nothing wrong with her.

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-There's nothing wrong with her.

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-The doctor can decide that.

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-I'm sorry, but the doctor says

-he hasn't got time to see you today.

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-No time?

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-I could die here.

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-If your symptoms worsen

-you should go to hospital.

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-It's easier to get your notes then.

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-It's easier to get your notes then.

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-Talking to you is a waste of time.

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-I want to see the manager.

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-I want to see the manager.

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-I am the duty manager.

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-You?

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-You're not going to forget this.

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-Understand?

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-Nobody treats me like this.

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-I'm thinking sardines for lunch.

-Do you want to go halves on a tin..?

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-Kath?

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-Kath.

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-Where are you, Kath?

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-She didn't even have the courtesy

-to phone me herself.

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-Are you surprised

-if this is how you react?

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-Are you like this at home?

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-I'm not surprised

-that she wants a break.

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-It's not normal, is it? A wife

-taking a break from her husband.

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-She should be at home.

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-You've got a poor memory.

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-It's not that long ago

-that you disappeared to Ireland.

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-That's different altogether.

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-How, Dai?

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-Anyway, what exactly

-are you worried about?

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-Is it the fact Diane's gone or that

-your self-respect's taken a knock?

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-Did she have to do it like this?

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-She won't even talk to me.

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-Am I so unreasonable?

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-What did she do?

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-Instead of talking she ran away

-to the other side of the world.

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-Yes, I am a terrible husband.

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-Sometimes, talking face to face

-can be difficult.

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-It's hard to explain

-your feelings...

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-..especially when you don't know

-yourself how you feel.

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-She needs time

-to sort things out in her own mind.

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-It's much better

-that she does this...

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-..than suffer quietly

-and make herself ill.

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-What am I going to do without her?

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-What am I going to do without her?

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-Be patient.

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-Carry on as best as you can.

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-You should try to make amends

-with Jason.

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-I know it's not really his fault...

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-..but crikey...

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-..he does make me lose my temper.

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-That's only natural.

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-But you and Diane

-will get through it.

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-Yes, I know we will but...

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-..does it have to be so hard?

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-You can't ask that.

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-It's a bit personal.

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-What would your answer be?

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-What would your answer be?

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-Mind your own business.

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-I thought of asking Iolo and Tyler,

-Cadno and Eifion...

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-..Gwyneth and Sion...

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-Let me check with Britt.

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-I've brought your shirt back.

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-Thanks for stripping,

-I was touched.

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-The things I have to do

-to get a pretty girl's forgiveness.

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-Are you coming tomorrow, Vicky?

-It'll be a laugh.

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-I'll be busy reading all my cards.

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-If you've got a boyfriend

-you can take part in the quiz.

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-Yes, if I had a boyfriend.

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-I'll be far away from here

-on St Dwynwen's Day.

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-She's nice, isn't she?

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-She's nice, isn't she?

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-She's lovely. Question 3?

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-Not that one.

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-She's cosy and warm now.

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-The doctor said if we make

-a fuss of her for a few days...

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-..she'll be right as rain.

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-Lucky Esther. There's no chance

-of anyone fussing over me.

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-So Sara still hasn't forgiven you.

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-And Mam's disappeared to Australia.

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-Dai's hardly talking to me...

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-..and Cadno's doing her best

-to kick me out of Penrhewl.

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-Apart from that...

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-I can sympathize.

-The same happened to me.

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-Did it?

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-Alright.

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-Dai will want you back in APD,

-he can't manage without you...

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-..and Dai and Diane

-won't be apart for long.

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-What about Sara?

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-What about Sara?

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-You'll have to work on her.

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-Show her how much you regret

-what you did.

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-Oh, right...

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-..if I could only turn back

-the clock.

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-Oh, Vicky.

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-I saw a poster for the parent and

-baby group in the surgery earlier.

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-Where do they meet

-after Bethania closed?

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-It's an old poster. There hasn't

-been a group since the fire.

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-Isn't there a club at all?

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-Isn't there a club at all?

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-No. All the mothers are gutted.

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-Somebody should complain,

-it's not right.

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-Who'd be bothered to do that?

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-Who'd be bothered to do that?

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-Have either of you seen Kath?

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-I saw her earlier in the surgery.

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-She was in a foul mood

-as she couldn't see a doctor.

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-Is she alright?

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-Is she alright?

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-Old and moody.

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-Where did she go?

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-Where did she go?

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-No idea, sorry.

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-Where is she?

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-Where is she?

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-Does it matter?

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-Yes, you're right as usual.

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-I'm going home. Coming?

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-I'll see you there.

-I've got a few things to do.

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-Hello?

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-Hello.

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-Ah, good, you're in.

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-Right then, we've both wasted

-a lot of time and energy...

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-..these last few days

-worrying about your mother.

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-But that stops right now. Alright?

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-We'll re-open APD tomorrow.

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-But in the meantime

-we're both going to sit down here...

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-..eat chips,

-drink a few cans...

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-..and forget all that's happened.

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-Was that your way

-of making an apology?

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-No. Are there any pickles here?

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-Righto.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-I can't do this.

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-Please can I..?

-Please give me one.

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-You're stronger than this, Kath.

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-You're stronger than this, Kath.

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-No, I'm not.

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-I don't want to live like this.

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-I don't want to live like this.

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-You won't have to for long.

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-I want something

-that will help me now.

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-Please help me. Please.

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-Please help me. Please.

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-OK, I will.

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-Only one, Kath.

-This is the last time.

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-I'll get you better. I promise.

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Mae Dol yn helpu Kath i ddod dros ei gorddibyniaeth ar gyffuriau. Pam mae Vicky yn gwisgo crys Mathew? Dol tries to help Kath get over her addiction. Why is Vicky wearing Mathew's shirt?