Wed, 04 Jan 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Wed, 04 Jan 2017

Am unwaith, y brifathrawes sydd mewn trwbl yn yr ysgol yn hytrach na'r disgyblion. For once, it's the head teacher who's in trouble at school instead of the pupils.


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-LOUD KNOCKING ON DOOR

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-Oh, Britt. What's happened?

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-What's this?

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-Why? What is it?

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-Chester's email. The one you sent

-out to every parent in school!

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-No.

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-No. This was an email to the staff.

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-It's easy to say that now.

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-You've said terrible things

-about Chester!

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-Sorry...

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-You will be sorry. I'm going to make

-an official complaint about you.

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-Can we discuss this, please?

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-Can we discuss this, please?

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-I've got nothing more to say.

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-I can't believe

-Mam went to see Gaynor.

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-I can't believe everything

-is all about you. Again.

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-Your mother cares about you.

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-She cares more about him.

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-She cares more about him.

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-Stop making things worse.

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-She wants to make it easier

-for you at school.

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-That's not going to happen now.

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-People are making fun of him

-on Cnoc Cnoc.

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-Cat, go and get your bag.

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-Look, everything will be OK.

-You'll see.

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-Mam is starting a war...

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-..and I haven't seen my friends

-since I've been home.

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-Yes. Yes, well, it was Christmas.

-Everyone was really busy.

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-Everyone was avoiding me, you mean.

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-What did she say?

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-Nothing. She didn't get the chance.

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-Nothing. She didn't get the chance.

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-Chester's worried.

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-There's no need for you

-to worry, love.

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-I've told Gaynor what I think.

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-And now, I'm going to phone

-the education authority.

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-Do you have to go that far?

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-I'm not going to let her

-get away with it, am I?

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-I'm pleased to tell you

-that you've got a new partner.

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-Oh, great! I knew it was an offer

-that was too good to refuse.

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-There's one condition.

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-There's always a condition

-with you two!

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-I'm worried about Awyr iach.

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-I'm leaving,

-and Sara's having a baby.

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-We need someone we can trust there.

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-Some kind of trainee manager.

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-I don't think Diane will be

-too pleased with that title.

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-No, we don't want Mam.

-We were thinking about DJ.

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-Oh?

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-You haven't gone behind my back

-again, have you?

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-No. It was Jason's idea.

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-No. It was Jason's idea.

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-Why do you want me to work for you?

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-You're not afraid of hard work.

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-And you're family.

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-It sounds perfect to me.

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-It sounds perfect to me.

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-So what do you say?

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-I don't know anything

-about the business.

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-You'll learn quickly enough.

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-It'll be much easier than

-plastering, believe me.

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-What if I make mistakes?

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-I'll be there for the

-first three months, at least.

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-And then you'll expect me

-to run the place!

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-Anita will be there and you can

-discuss anything you want with me.

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-A new start with a new job

-in a family business.

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-I don't know.

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-If you're not willing to do this

-for yourself, do it for me.

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-You don't have to stay forever.

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-Just while I'm off having the baby.

-That's all we're asking.

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-Alright.

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-But it's only temporary, alright?

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-Good boy.

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-It was a mistake, Colin.

-You do believe me, don't you?

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-It doesn't matter what I think.

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-Chester was worried about going

-back to school before this mess.

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-I'm amazed you're still

-talking after that email.

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-How do you know about it?

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-It's all Mam and Mark

-have been talking about.

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-A lot of parents have phoned.

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-With all due respect,

-this is none of your business.

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-My little brother's in that school,

-so yes, it is my business.

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-Someone's rattled.

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-Chester's the important one here,

-no-one else.

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-Oi, Chester! How was jail?!

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-Alright, leave him alone

-or I'll sort you out.

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-You and your parents.

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-I can sort this out myself.

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-How was jail, Chester?

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-I'll follow them to school

-if I have to!

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-No. You're embarrassing.

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-I'm just worried about you.

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-I'm just worried about you.

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-You don't worry about Aaron and me.

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-Can you just go, please?

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-If you get any hassle in school,

-just phone me.

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-We can't use phones in school.

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-He can ask a teacher to phone,

-surely.

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-He's not in primary school!

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-OK.

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-Don't you dare.

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-See you.

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

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-Just leave me alone.

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-Happy New Year.

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-Happy New Year.

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-Hiya.

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-I'd hoped to see you before now.

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-Sorry I wasn't here

-when you got out.

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-Right, well, work hard in...

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-..school today.

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-Sorry I'm late.

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-Not the best start to the year.

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-You'll understand

-when the baby arrives.

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-Right, we might as well

-start this meeting.

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-Right, I wanted you as staff

-to be the first to know...

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-You're not sacking us, are you?

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-You're not sacking us, are you?

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-There are going to be changes.

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-Is there going to be less work?

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-Let me finish and you'll find out.

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-Jason and I are going

-to be partners at APD.

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-So Jason will work there

-from now on, and I'll stay here.

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-Hey, congratulations.

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-Does it mean more

-responsibility for us?

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-Nothing will change for you.

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-Who's going to do Jason's job then?

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-Who's going to do Jason's job then?

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-You both know DJ.

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-He's agreed to be a trainee manager.

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-What?

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-I'll be here to help him

-at the start.

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-Then he'll run this place

-while I'm on maternity leave.

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-If I'd seen it, I'd have phoned you.

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-If I'd seen it, I'd have phoned you.

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-Everyone else has seen it.

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-Our Internet has been down.

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-Our Internet has been down.

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-I can't believe I was so clumsy.

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-Especially when I'm trying

-for a new job.

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-Think of poor Chester.

-It's hard enough for him.

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-If you'd have come over, one of us

-might have seen the mistake.

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-Chester. Welcome back.

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-Thanks, Miss.

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-If you have any problems settling,

-or if the children...

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-..try to bully you about prison

-or Mrs Llywelyn's email...

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-..come and see me straightaway.

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-Did you have to mention the email?

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-We can't ignore it, can we?

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-This is going straight on Cnoc Cnoc.

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-Ignore them.

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-Don't pretend you care.

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-Chest...

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-I can't believe they just

-gave him the job.

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-You can do that when you're a boss.

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-Some of us have been here from the

-start and know how the place works.

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-Don't say you want the job.

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-Don't say you want the job.

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-An offer would have been nice.

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-..but it obviously depends

-who you're related to.

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-Is there a problem?

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-Yes. You should have advertised

-that job, not just give it to DJ.

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-If you're not happy,

-there's the door.

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-You can't sack me

-for having an opinion.

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-No, but I can sack you for

-chatting instead of working.

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-So carry on, please.

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-Both of you.

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-Right, in you go.

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-Ffion, do you have a second?

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-Ffion, do you have a second?

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-I've got a lesson.

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-The, um, education authority

-has phoned.

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-They want a meeting about the email.

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-They have no choice

-if Britt made a complaint.

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-Great! My career is over.

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-Don't overreact.

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-Don't overreact.

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-It's not your job on the line.

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-Sorry. I'm starting

-to feel the strain.

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-You don't fancy escaping

-from here at lunchtime, do you?

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-I need a sensible chat

-and time to think.

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-I should do some paperwork.

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-Please, Ffion.

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-I'll come for half an hour then.

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-Thanks.

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-What am I supposed to do, Garry?

-Ignore it?

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-For Chester's sake, yes.

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-You wait until you start having

-trouble like this with Gwern.

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-Then maybe you'll understand.

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-Another investigation.

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-That's what Chester will face now.

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-Do you think he's ready for that?

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-Chester won't be part of

-any investigation.

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-But you've dragged the education

-authority into the mess.

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-You should have kept calm...

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-..and thought a bit more.

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-I'm off.

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-A pint each, please.

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-We're celebrating.

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-Yes. This is the new partner at APD.

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-We'll need to change the name now,

-don't you think?

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-Who's left then? Jim, is it?

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-Yes, and good riddance.

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-You should have a bit more

-sympathy. He's lost a child.

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-I know, but there's no excuse

-for what he's done.

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-I don't understand.

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-Never mind. And we'll have

-a whisky each to celebrate in style.

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-Is there something you and Mam

-haven't told me?

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-No. Nothing. Nothing at all.

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-You've done the hardest part now.

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-Going back there for the first time.

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-What are you doing here?

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-I'm here to see Chester

-to make sure he's alright.

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-You don't care anyway.

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-Of course I do.

-You're like a son to me.

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-You can talk to me about anything,

-you know that.

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-There's nothing to talk about.

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-Listen...

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-..I know I've let you down lately.

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-But I'm going to make up for it.

-I'm going to be there for you.

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-I'm serious.

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-I'm serious.

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-You're never serious.

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-Come on, Chester.

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-I think it's time you left.

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-I think it's time you left.

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-This is none of your business.

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-Now.

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-Two orange juices, please.

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-You're meant to be working,

-not drinking.

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-We have to baptize

-the new partnership.

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-Well, Jason will be in trouble

-tonight if he comes home drunk.

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-I love you too.

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-Sara.

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-The same again, please, Britt.

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-Work won't be the same now.

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-I'm not going far, you know.

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-APD is just out the back.

-I'll be next door more or less.

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-Yes, but Sara isn't much fun.

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-Sara's alright.

-And DJ is like a teddy bear!

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-A few cuddles now and then, and

-he'll give you whatever you want.

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-I know you're disappointed...

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-..but would you want to work

-so closely with Sara?

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-You're not still going on

-about the job.

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-What they've done is unfair.

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-I agree, but I don't want to listen

-to you going on and on about it.

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-I forgot to tell you,

-but I have another surprise for you.

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-Your grandmother's uncle's

-cousin is coming to help us pack!

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-You didn't have a proper

-Christmas party...

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-Because you were too mean to pay.

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-..so I've arranged an evening here

-for us next Thursday.

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-A bit of food and free drinks

-all evening.

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-Fair play to you.

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-Fair play to you.

-

-She's trying to buy us.

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-A couple of free drinks won't make

-up for not giving us opportunities.

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-You don't have to come, Gwyneth.

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-Is Gwyneth always that awkward?

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-Don't take any notice.

-She's lived with Sion for too long!

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-What about this party then?

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-Can you afford

-an evening of free drinks?

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-I'd say you've got a lot to learn

-about the business world.

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-There is one easy way out.

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-Fall on your sword

-and withdraw your application.

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-I'm trying to save myself,

-not give up.

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-There'll be other jobs when

-everyone's forgotten about this.

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-Not in this area.

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-You could move away, start again.

-That might be the way forward.

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-You sound as if you

-want to get rid of me!

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-Why would I want to do that?

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-I'm trying to be a friend

-and give you the best advice.

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-Nice for some.

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-Having a jolly lunch

-while Chester's breaking his heart.

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-I have apologized.

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-And that makes everything alright?

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-I apologize to you as well.

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-I call that grovelling.

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-Grovelling...

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-..because you know I'm going to be

-one of the new school governors.

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-And I'll be on the panel

-to choose the head.

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-It didn't even cross my mind.

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-Of course not.

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-And I'm going to make sure...

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-..that you're asked

-some difficult questions...

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-..if you get an interview.

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-Are you walking back to school?

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-Are you walking back to school?

-

-Get lost.

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-Don't start mitching again.

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-You can tell Mam, if you want.

-I don't care.

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-I'm sorry.

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-For what? Breathing?!

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-Everyone's giving you a hard time,

-and I've just made things worse.

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-Moaning about you getting attention

-and being annoying.

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-I'm worried about you.

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-It's a little sister's job

-to be annoying.

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-Are you coming?

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-School.

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-But once we get to the gate,

-you can't talk to me, alright?

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-Cwmderi's new mafia.

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-Just let it go.

-That's the best thing to do.

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-I would have appreciated

-some support.

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-You're going back to work.

-Good idea.

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-Come on.

-I think that was a hint for us.

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-I'm so glad you understand me.

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-Jason, can I have a word

-with you before you go?

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-I'd just like to thank you

-for the opportunity at Awyr Iach.

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-No problem, mate.

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-Come here and give me a cwtch!

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-I'll get this.

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-Oh, thank you.

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-I'll see you back at school.

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-Garry.

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-Poor, Gaynor.

-She's terribly worried.

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-Good. She should be.

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-She had her heart set on this job.

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-I can't discuss the job,

-you know that.

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-You're professional. I understand.

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-I hope you'll be

-just as professional...

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-..when it comes to

-choosing a shortlist...

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-..and that you'll remember people's

-qualities and not their weaknesses.

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-Are you trying to tell me

-you've applied for the job?

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-It would be unprofessional

-to admit that.

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-Don't worry.

-Your secret's safe with me.

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-I won't say a word.

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-Not even to Gaynor.

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-If you're here to see Britt,

-she's working.

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-No. I wanted a word with you.

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-I want to ask a favour.

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-What's wrong now?

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-I'm worried I'm not going to get

-the job as head of this new school.

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-What's that got to do with me?

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-Garry's threatening to use

-that email against me...

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-..and I thought you could

-talk to him.

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-With Garry?!

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-Yes. Use your influence

-within the family to help me.

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-I can't believe

-you're asking me to do that.

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-My future's in the balance here.

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-What about Britt and me? I could

-ruin everything by helping you.

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-I don't know what else to do.

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-This is your own fault.

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-Sorry, Gaynor, but this time

-you're on your own.

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Am unwaith, y brifathrawes sydd mewn trwbl yn yr ysgol yn hytrach na'r disgyblion. For once, it's the head teacher who's in trouble at school instead of the pupils.