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Mae Eileen yn rhybuddio Sioned i beidio â chwarae â thân. Mae dau gariad yn ceisio cuddio eu perthynas newydd. Eileen warns Sioned not to play with fire.


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-It's nice to see

-a happy face behind this bar.

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-I'm trying to hide the stress

-of working with you!

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-What's so terrible

-about working with me?

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-How much time have you got?

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-There aren't any cheese and onion

-crisps left. Will these do?

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-There aren't any

-in the cellar either.

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-I'll go to the shop.

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-I'll go to the shop.

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-Now?

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-Yes, now.

-Try and cope without me, will you?

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-I'm not sure I can!

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-Hey, welcome back!

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-Dan.

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-Sorry, sorry. I didn't think.

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-Come and sit down. Alright?

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-Yes.

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-Have you heard from the police?

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-Yes. They've questioned Eifion,

-Garry and Gethin.

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-Gethin? Why Gethin?

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-We quarrelled, didn't we?

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-The police think

-it gives him a motive.

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-Gethin wouldn't do this. You don't

-really think he would, do you?

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-No, I don't.

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-Well, I don't know.

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-Out of the three...

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-..Garry is the most likely.

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-Why?

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-To get back at me.

-And you had words, didn't you?

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-When I left the Deri,

-you wouldn't let him in.

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-No, I doubt it.

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-You don't know. It's possible.

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-You don't know. It's possible.

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-There are 100,000 possibilities.

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-Should we tell the police

-about Steve?

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-He might be trying to get to Liv.

-Or Meleri?

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-We may as well mention Megan too!

-Or everyone else in the village.

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-Sorry. I was only trying to help.

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-Sorry. I was only trying to help.

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-Well, you're not.

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-I'm so annoyed

-I can't remember anything!

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-Tyler, it will come back in time.

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-Maybe I'll never know, Dan.

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-They're still out there. They could

-come back to finish the job.

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-Are you concerned they'll come back?

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-Are you concerned they'll come back?

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-Wouldn't you be concerned?

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-Do you know what?

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-I've gone off my lunch now

-because of that damned cat.

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-Look at this.

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-Look at this.

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-It can't help losing its fur.

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-Cats moult. It's totally natural.

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-Well, it's not totally natural

-for me to eat cat fur.

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-You have to do something about it.

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-And what exactly

-do you propose I do?

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-Well, you can give him

-to someone else.

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-Auntie Anita, how could you?

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-If that cat wasn't here...

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-..you and I wouldn't have

-arguments all the time.

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-Whoa! I've told you.

-If Catatonia goes, I'm going too.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Is Anita here?

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-Is Anita here?

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-The cat hater?

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-Come in.

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-Nice bag.

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-Just doing my bit

-for the environment.

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-What are you doing here?

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-I'm returning

-your phone charger back.

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-I don't remember lending you

-my charger.

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-I borrowed it in the airport.

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-Did you?

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-Yes, you did. I remember now, yes.

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-Sorry. I don't know

-what's wrong with me.

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-Or me.

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-You didn't have to come especially.

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-I thought you'd need it.

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-Yes, I do need it.

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-Don't listen to her, right.

-She's on a serious decline.

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-First, she's rude

-about Catatonia...

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-..and then she starts

-having memory loss.

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-Hey, that was cheeky.

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-I'm off to work.

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-Not a moment too soon!

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-Ta-ra.

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-Phone charger?

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-Can you send the bill to the Deri?

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-Can you send the bill to the Deri?

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-Yes.

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-I bet Garry can't believe his luck,

-getting to use you as his slave.

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-I'm in charge, actually.

-More or less.

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-That's what he wants you to believe.

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-Believe what you want to believe.

-I'm enjoying it.

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-Enjoying what exactly?

-Being with him?

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-You like Garry, don't you?

-You can't stay away.

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-That's why you took the job.

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-I'm sure Dani's not very pleased.

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-Their relationship is over.

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-Yes, thanks to you.

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-I don't understand

-why you still want him.

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-Have you forgotten how much

-he hurt you when you lost the baby?

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-The only reason he behaved like that

-was because he was still with her.

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-But he isn't now.

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-But he isn't now.

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-He could go back to her at any time.

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-He wouldn't do that.

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-You love creating a drama

-and making life difficult.

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-You must do

-or you wouldn't keep doing it.

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-Have you finished?

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-You've always been selfish.

-Some things never change.

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-What exactly does my personal life

-have to do with you?

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-Nothing, thank goodness.

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-Nothing, thank goodness.

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-Good.

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-So keep your opinions to yourself.

-I don't want to hear it.

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-Hi! What do you want?

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-The brownies are on special offer.

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-They're almost out of date

-but don't tell anyone.

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-I think I'll pass, even though

-you make them sound so tasty!

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-I wanted to see you.

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-I wanted to see you.

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-Did you miss me?

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-Coffee, please, and whatever

-you want. A brownie, maybe?!

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-You're so kind!

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-You're back. How are you?

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-Not bad. I'm still here.

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-Baby steps, right.

-Don't do too much.

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-That's what I've been telling him.

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-That's what I've been telling him.

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-Do the police know who did it?

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-Not yet.

-They questioned you, didn't they?

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-Yes, but they questioned

-a lot of people in Cwmderi.

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-Listen, I know we argued recently,

-but I'd never...

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-Of course.

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-They'll find him.

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-I hope so. I hate to think

-he's still out there.

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-Maybe you should take him behind

-APD. He might remember something.

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-You can't force someone

-to remember.

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-I know that. It's worth

-trying though, isn't it?

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-It's a bit too soon.

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-He's still upset

-about what happened...

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-..and he hasn't been home long.

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-Well, come up with an idea of your

-own. Some nutter did this to him.

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-As I said earlier,

-maybe it was Garry.

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-You don't think he'd...

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-No? I didn't think

-he'd give Sioned a job, but he did.

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-There's no telling

-what's going on in his head.

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-The police questioned him too.

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-The police questioned him too.

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-He had an alibi.

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-Oh no, he didn't do it himself.

-He got a friend to do it for him.

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-No. I don't think he'd...

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-We need to know,

-one way or another.

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-Will you watch Carol for me?

-I have to go somewhere.

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-Yes. Where are you going?

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-Yes. Where are you going?

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-I won't be long.

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-Hey, I've had an idea...

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-..about how we can see

-each other more often.

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-Well, we can always see each other

-here, as long as Kelly's out.

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-It's not quite that simple, is it?

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-What about your house then?

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-What about Ed? He'll be back

-and forth all the time.

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-We won't get any peace there.

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-We'd have to hide and tell lies.

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-That is, if you still want

-to keep it quiet?

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-I do, for now. What do you think?

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-I agree, I suppose.

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-Yes.

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-We don't want people poking

-their noses into our business...

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-..spoiling everything.

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-That's why I thought of this idea.

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-A tidiest village competition.

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-OK.

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-You and I would be in charge of it.

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-We could spend time together...

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-..without anyone wondering

-why we were spending time together.

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-Yes, I like it.

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-When is the first meeting?

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-When is the first meeting?

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-Any time you like.

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-You're worse than a child.

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-You're worse than a child.

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-What?

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-You've got tomato sauce

-on your top. Come here.

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-Thanks.

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-A word. Now.

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-Good afternoon to you too!

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-Did you attack Tyler?

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-I want to know

-one way or the other. Was it you?

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-Why would I want to attack Tyler?

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-Why would I want to attack Tyler?

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-Why? I'll tell you why.

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-Because he stood up to you

-and you didn't like it.

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-So did you want

-to teach him a lesson?

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-You've lost the plot.

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-You've lost the plot.

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-Me?

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-Remind me.

-Did the police question you?

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-Yes, and I was here

-when it happened.

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-The police know that.

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-You wouldn't have done it yourself.

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-You got some lowlife to do it.

-How much did you pay? Tell me!

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-I hope it was worth the money.

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-Have you finished?

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-I can carry on, if you want.

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-I had nothing to do with it.

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-You shouldn't go around

-making accusations.

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-I know why you did it.

-To get back at me.

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-To wind me up.

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-Well, congrats. You've succeeded.

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-You're making a fool of yourself.

-Go home!

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-Sorry. What was that?

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-Home!

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-No. I don't have one of those.

-Don't you remember?

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-You made sure of that.

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-Go upstairs

-if you want five minutes.

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-No, I'm OK.

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-No, I'm OK.

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-She's wound you up.

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-She has a talent for that.

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-I don't know much about it,

-but it's a good idea.

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-Let's hope everyone will take part.

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-It would bring the community

-closer together.

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-People could display flower baskets,

-flower pots and all that.

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-It would be good for businesses,

-bringing people to Cwmderi.

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-If we win.

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-You never get anywhere

-without trying, DJ.

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-Are you thinking of forming

-a committee to get things shifting?

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-I don't think we need to do that.

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-Anita's offered her services,

-fair play.

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-Are you sure

-it's not too much trouble?

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-No, not at all. I'm glad to help.

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-I think I'll enjoy it.

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-I appreciate that.

-It's a lot of work.

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-I think the best thing to do

-is hand out leaflets or posters...

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-..so that people know

-what's going on.

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-I like that. We could go to Y Felin

-and make the leaflets there.

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-Do you happen to be free now?

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-Now?

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-Um...

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-Yes. I think I can spare

-an hour or two.

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-Come on then.

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

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

-

-Hiya.

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-What do you want?

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-I'm amazed you have any customers

-if that's how you talk to them.

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-Garry's only using you

-to hurt Dani.

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-What?

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-I know his type.

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-You don't know him like me.

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-Well, if you won't listen...

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-I didn't ask for your advice.

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-I didn't ask for your advice.

-

-OK. On your head be it.

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-I'll have a large white wine,

-please.

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-You don't usually drink

-during the day.

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-Maybe you've given me a cause.

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-Dan, can you look after the girls

-for a while?

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-Yes, alright.

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-Are you OK?

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-Um...

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-I've done something stupid.

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-I accused Garry of attacking you.

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-You've done what!

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-I know. I was angry

-so I lashed out.

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-As if things aren't bad enough

-between you already.

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-I've messed up.

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-He'll never want me back now.

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-Do you want him back?

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-I don't know.

-It's not as simple as that.

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-If you do, you've got

-a strange way of showing it.

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-Thanks for the lecture.

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-Thanks for the lecture.

-

-You have to go over there.

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-Explain to him

-what you've told us.

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-I can't backtrack from that.

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-You have to go. Tell him

-you've thought it through.

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-Say you've realized

-how stupid you've been.

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-Please. You don't want any regrets.

-Just do it.

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-Sion, whoa!

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-Are we going to make

-these leaflets or what?

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-Stuff the leaflets.

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-There you are. Thank you.

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-You can go for lunch now.

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-It's busy here.

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-I'm the boss and I say you can go.

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-What if I don't want to listen

-to the boss?

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-You could land yourself

-in a lot of trouble.

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-I like trouble.

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-I know you do.

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-So what are you going to do?

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-What are you going to do?

-That's the question.

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-Hey! What's happened?

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-This is nothing to do with you.

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-What's he done to you?

-Has he said something?

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-He's done much worse than that.

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-Come on. Let's go.

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-Don't.

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-Sion.

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-What's that noise?

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-The central heating pipes.

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-Whoa! Wait.

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-I can hear voices.

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-Ed's probably home.

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-Yes, and Kelly's with him.

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-Don't worry. Relax.

-They won't come in here.

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-No, I know.

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-But what if they hear us?

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-How are we going to explain

-getting caught like this?

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-Well, we'll have to be quiet.

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-We could be here for hours.

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-You're not complaining, are you?

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-I came down here.

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-The rest is blank.

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-Start again. Something might come.

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-What?

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-No.

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-Right, well, let's start again.

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-What's the point, Iol?

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-I could do it 1,000 times,

-it won't come back to me.

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-I don't remember.

-It was a stupid idea.

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-Sorry. I was hoping...

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-Sorry. I was hoping...

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-I know.

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-You're trying your best.

-Everyone is.

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-It's me.

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-It's me.

-

-Hey.

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-Don't blame yourself.

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-Come on. Let's go home.

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-Garry.

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-What?

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-What's wrong now?

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-It's not funny.

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-Sorry.

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-I didn't do that to wind her up.

-I didn't know she was there.

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-So maybe it is true.

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-What?

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-That you're only using me

-to hurt Dani.

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-One minute you're all over me

-and the next you...

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-I'm not using you. OK?

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-So why do I feel

-as if I've done something wrong?

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-You haven't.

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-You haven't.

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-So what's the matter?

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-Can I do anything?

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-Do you want to be with me

-or do you want to be with Dani?

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-In the end,

-that's what all this is about.

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-Garry.

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Mae Eileen yn rhybuddio Sioned i beidio â chwarae â thân. Mae dau gariad yn ceisio cuddio eu perthynas newydd. Eileen warns Sioned not to play with fire.