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Wed, 03 Jan 2018

Caiff cyfrinach ei datgelu sy'n newid bywyd un teulu. Mae Gwyneth yn bygwth mynd â Sara i'r llys. A secret is revealed that changes lives in one family.


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-I came as soon as I could.

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-Did you have a nice time...

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-Did you have a nice time...

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-Just tell me what's happened.

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-He wasn't himself yesterday.

-He wouldn't eat and he was weak.

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-Why didn't you phone me then?

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-He wouldn't let me.

-He didn't want to bother you.

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-I should never have gone away.

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-How is he now?

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-The peritoneal dialysis

-isn't working so...

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-..they're going to try

-something called haemodialysis.

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-He'll still need a transplant,

-will he?

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-He was doing so well

-after that attack last week.

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-Well...

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-..one step forward, two back.

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-It's actually more hopeful

-than you think.

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-You don't know that.

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-I've got news.

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-Is Mark alright?

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-Is Mark alright?

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-The operation went well.

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-You didn't say anything

-about an operation.

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-He needed it for the new dialysis.

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-He's ready.

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-I'm going to see him now.

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-He only wants to see me.

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-I'm his mother.

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-It was his request.

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-Sorry, Kath.

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-Have you heard any more about Mark?

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-Non sent a text. He came through

-the operation alright.

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-Thank goodness for that.

-When are you going to see him?

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-At visiting time now.

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-What now?

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-Oh, hi, Kelly.

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-Do you fancy going to the Deri

-for lunch?

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-Yes, OK.

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-OK, you can't help that.

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-I hope you feel better tomorrow.

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-What's wrong?

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-What's wrong?

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-Kelly's ill, a bug or something.

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-Right, put these in the sink

-for me, please.

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-And these.

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-No!

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-No!

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-Sorry!

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-Aw!

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-Thanks.

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-Ah! This is where you're hiding.

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-Gwyneth, I've tried to phone you.

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-I came as soon as I could.

-How could you be so careless?

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-Thanks for asking how we are!

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-You should have checked

-that the alarm worked.

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-Ifan could have died in that fire,

-and Jason.

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-But you're fine, aren't you?

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-Thanks to Macs.

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-Listen, we've had to move in with

-Mam and Dai, which isn't ideal...

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-..but APD can do the work for you.

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-As long as it's free of charge,

-great.

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-What?

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-It was your responsibility

-and it's your fault.

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-Don't you have insurance?

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-I'm not losing "no claims" because

-you couldn't look after the place.

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-I'm going to assess the damage.

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-Hey.

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-You look better than yesterday.

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-Thank you for helping me.

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-I don't know what I would

-have done without Colin.

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-You haven't told anyone that you

-can be a donor for me, have you?

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-I was going to tell Kath just now.

-She's come home.

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-I don't want you to tell anyone.

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-Everyone will have to know once...

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-I don't want you to do it.

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-I don't want you to do it.

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-Don't talk nonsense.

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-You're scared,

-and I don't blame you.

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-I don't want to see you suffer

-any more.

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-I want to do it.

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-I appreciate this, Non...

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-..but I'm not going to let you.

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-You're not thinking straight.

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-You're not thinking straight.

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-It's my choice.

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-I don't have to do anything.

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-Right, what's going on here? The

-operation hasn't worked, has it?

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-Everything's fine, Mam.

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-I need a different dialysis.

-I'll feel better after that.

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-It's not even switching on.

-I've lost all my photos.

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-Haven't you got back-ups?

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-Haven't you got back-ups?

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-Not of the recent ones.

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-It might dry out in this rice.

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-There's no point, Vic.

-It's destroyed, alright?

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-Well, it's worth trying.

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-Voicemail again.

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-Visiting's in an hour.

-Typical, isn't it?

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-Last week I was afraid of going

-to the hospital and now I can't.

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-Mathew and I

-can take care of this place.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Vic, aren't we going for lunch?

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-I'll pick a nice cake for Mark.

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-Is anyone serving here or what?

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-Me!

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-Welcome back. Happy New Year.

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-Is that supposed to be a joke?

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-Sorry. Is the house badly damaged?

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-It doesn't look great.

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-It was awful to hear Ifan screaming

-and to see all those flames.

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-I'm sure it was.

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-I don't know what I'd do

-if Nicky was in danger like Ifan.

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-Poor Sara and Jason.

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-There's no point wondering what

-could have happened. It didn't.

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-Hey...

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-..I can repay that loan

-if you want.

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-I thought you needed it

-as a deposit for a flat.

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-Mam gave us the flat upstairs as

-a Christmas present so I don't now.

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-Someone always needs 1,000.

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-I thought you'd be glad,

-so you can pay for the damage.

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-I won't be paying.

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-Oh, right. OK.

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-Listen, treat yourself

-to something nice for the flat.

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-Yes.

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-It's hopeless. I'll have to get

-something cheap to replace it.

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-But I'll never get

-those photos back.

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-It was my fault.

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-It was my fault.

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-There's a shame.

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-But you don't have to skimp

-on something cheap, do you?

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-They're pretty decorations,

-aren't they?

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-It's a shame to take them down.

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-When is the Twelfth Night?

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-I'm not sure. Saturday, isn't it?

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-Mam, do you remember years ago...

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-..we put up all those lights

-in the garden?

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-It was like

-Blackpool Illuminations.

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-We had a heck

-of an electricity bill.

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-That's enough of this nonsense.

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-You've had bad news, haven't you?

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-You've had bad news, haven't you?

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-What?

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-You're keeping secrets from me.

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-You're keeping secrets from me.

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-It's your imagination, Mam.

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-Non.

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-I can give Mark a kidney.

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-That's impossible.

-You've only got one.

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-I lied.

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-I lied.

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-Don't listen to her.

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-I can't keep it a secret any more.

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-I should have been honest

-from the start. I'm so sorry.

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-She was scared, Mam.

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-We've been worried for months.

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-Concerned there wasn't a match.

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-Concerned there wasn't a match.

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-I know.

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-I feel so ashamed, but...

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-..there was no point

-getting your hopes up.

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-No point

-offering us a glimmer of hope?

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-No point!

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-How could you be so cruel?

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-Sorry.

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-There are baked potatoes

-in the oven.

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-Don't let them burn.

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-And there's another batch of stew

-in the fridge if you run out.

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-The microwave has been playing up

-so put the stew...

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-On the hob. Yes, you said.

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-Sorry, love.

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-Everything will be OK.

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-Thanks, Vic.

-I really appreciate this.

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-Give my love to Mark.

-I'll visit him tonight.

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-Right, I'm off.

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-Did I say about the potatoes?

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-Yes! Just go.

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-Ah, Vicky, a coffee to take out,

-please. Filter is fine.

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-With milk.

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-Hiya. I want you to do

-a few deliveries in Carmarthen.

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-I'm on my lunch break, Sara.

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-I know, but I'm desperate.

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-DJ's got a bug,

-Kath's at the hospital...

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-..and Anita's going

-to Canada tomorrow.

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-Give me the address, then.

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-Oh, thank you.

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-You can have a free coffee

-if you can give me a lift.

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-Where?

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-Where?

-

-The shops in Carmarthen.

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-Well, you won't have time

-to hang around.

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-Please?

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-There are plenty of buses. Come on.

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry I'm late.

-I just got the message.

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-You're in charge.

-I have to go out.

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-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

-

-It's a surprise.

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-But if that's what Non wants...

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-It's not guaranteed to work, Mam.

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-It worked with Stacey's.

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-You had years of good health

-thanks to her.

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-Yes, after she got ill.

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-She almost died. I'm not going

-to risk my other sister's life.

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-But the risks are lower

-these days, aren't they?

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-Sorry I'm late.

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-Right, the cavalry has arrived.

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-You're not forcing me.

-It's not happening and that's that.

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-What's going on?

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Hey, a New Year's present for you.

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-It's lush, isn't it?

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-This is the latest model.

-We can't afford it.

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-We can. I've borrowed money

-from Gwyneth.

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-It was meant to be a deposit

-for a flat.

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-How much?

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-How much?

-

-1,000.

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-Hey!

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-I'm getting some builders over to

-give me quotes. It won't be cheap.

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-Why can't you

-make a claim on the insurance?

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-I don't want the hassle.

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-I don't want the hassle.

-

-Please, Gwyneth.

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-We need every penny for Ifan.

-We could have lost him in the fire.

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-I could take you to court

-for what you've done to my house...

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-..but I don't want to do that.

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-It was an accident, Gwyneth!

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-Imagine how you'd feel

-if you and Gwern had been in danger.

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-Then again, you were responsible

-for killing Brandon in that fire.

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-You obviously don't have a heart.

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-After everything that we've done

-for her, she lies to us.

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-Well, I'm not sure

-if I've understood it fully myself.

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-She said she didn't want

-to get our hopes up.

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-Are you still feeling sick?

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-Are you still feeling sick?

-

-Yes, but nothing's coming up.

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-I'm so sorry for lying.

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-I'm so sorry for lying.

-

-I don't understand why.

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-But I'm grateful to you.

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-But I'm grateful to you.

-

-You won't change my mind.

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-Mark, please.

-If Non wants to do this...

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-We have to give this new dialysis

-a chance to work first.

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-Yes. But what if it doesn't work?

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-And what if something goes wrong

-again? Non can make you better.

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-I don't want her to suffer.

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-I've been assessed, Mark.

-It will be alright.

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-You can't say that for certain.

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-Someone else might be suitable.

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-And when will that be, Mark, eh?

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-When it's too late, maybe.

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-It sounded like a good deal to me.

-1,000 and 10% interest for a year.

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-But this is 10% a month,

-not a year.

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-It's not.

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-It's in black and white

-and the print's not that small.

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-So 10% of 1,000, times 12.

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-So over a year, you have to

-repay 1,200 of interest.

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-I'm not paying that much!

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-Where are you going?

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-To tell Gwyneth

-where she can stick this loan.

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-He won't listen.

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-Thank you.

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-He'll come round.

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-He'll have to.

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-I can't believe

-I'm going to say this...

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-..but I'm glad Dyff had an affair.

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-Non wouldn't be here

-to help Mark otherwise, would she?

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-But if he won't accept help...

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-As he said, no-one can force him.

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-What are we going to do?

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-The new dialysis might work.

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-That will only buy some time.

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-He might get another kidney

-in the meantime.

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-When exactly, Debbie?

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-He's been waiting for months

-already.

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-What if he collapses today or

-tomorrow and ends up in hospital?

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-Alright, alright! Shouting at me

-isn't going to help, is it?

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-It's not my fault

-that he's refusing help from Non.

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-Do you believe in angels?

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-Hm?

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-Well, I see a lot

-of strange things going on...

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-..with all these drugs I'm taking,

-but no angels, no.

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-I do.

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-Not ones with wings and halos,

-but...

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-..I do.

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-Maybe the reason I found you

-was to help you.

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-Oh, Non, you talk a lot

-of nonsense sometimes, you know.

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-I don't want to have come this far

-just to lose you now.

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-I want us to spend

-more time together.

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-Years, hopefully.

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-Yes, me too.

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-I got so worried when you were

-taken ill yesterday and last week.

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-I wanted to make you better.

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-You helped.

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-I want to do more.

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-And I'm able to do it.

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-Please, I beg you.

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-Imagine how you'd feel

-if you were sat here...

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-..and your mother was lying

-in this bed.

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-Or Debbie.

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-Or Ricky.

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-You'd do anything to try

-and help them, wouldn't you?

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-Of course.

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-Don't you want

-to see Ricky growing up?

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-Maybe go to university.

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-Settle down and have children.

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-Why did it have to be you?

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-Maybe I'm an angel.

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-Thanks for your help today, Jase.

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-I'd better go to APD

-or Dai will be on my case again.

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-What do you want?

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-What do you want?

-

-I've come to work.

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-Well, I don't want you here.

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-Well, I don't want you here.

-

-You don't have anyone else.

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-I think you need her help.

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-And so you know, I've decided

-to go through the insurance.

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-Right. Sense at last.

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-Thanks, Gwyneth.

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-But there are conditions.

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-We're willing to pay the excess,

-aren't we?

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-Yes.

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-And the rent is going up

-50 a month.

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-Can you do that?

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-The house will be refurbished.

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-The rent hasn't gone up

-since you moved in.

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-Well, what's the decision?

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-We're willing to accept the terms.

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-Thank you.

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-As long as APD can do the work.

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-If the insurance company

-will accept that, great.

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-Everyone's happy.

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-Good. Ta-ra.

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-Did Mathew like his phone?

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-Did Mathew like his phone?

-

-You've got a nerve.

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-Sorry?

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-If you think I'm going to repay

-over double that loan, think again.

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-I explained the deal to you

-at the start.

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-No, you said 10% interest

-was a bargain.

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-Payday loans charge a lot more.

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-I thought it was for the year,

-not 10% a month.

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-It's in the agreement.

-Can't you read?

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-I'm sorry if you misunderstood.

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-I thought I was helping you.

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-I have to make a living too.

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-I have to make a living too.

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-I can't repay that much.

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-You don't have any choice.

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-He's agreed.

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-He's agreed.

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-Thank goodness for that.

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-The operation can take place

-before long.

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-Thank you.

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-Yes, thank you, Non.

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-Everything's alright now.

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-I hope so.

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Caiff cyfrinach ei datgelu sy'n newid bywyd un teulu. Mae Gwyneth yn bygwth mynd â Sara i'r llys. A secret is revealed that changes lives in one family.