Wed, 11 Jan 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Wed, 11 Jan 2017

Mae Garry yn cael damwain ddifrifol yn seler y Deri pan mae casgen yn cwympo ar ei goes. Garry suffers a serious injury when a barrel falls on him in the Deri cellar. Eileen can...


Similar Content

Browse content similar to Wed, 11 Jan 2017. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!

Transcript


LineFromTo

-Subtitles

0:00:000:00:00

-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

0:00:000:00:02

-Alright?

0:00:160:00:18

-Alright?

-

-What are these doing here?

0:00:180:00:19

-Someone's happy today!

0:00:190:00:21

-I can't find anything!

0:00:210:00:23

-I can't find anything!

-

-What are you looking for?

0:00:230:00:24

-Tonics!

0:00:240:00:26

-There. Right under your nose.

0:00:260:00:28

-Was it yours or Britt's idea

-to move everything?

0:00:310:00:35

-It was Mathew, actually.

0:00:350:00:37

-Mathew. I should have guessed.

0:00:370:00:40

-It's more organized now.

0:00:400:00:41

-It's more organized now.

-

-So why can't I find anything?

0:00:410:00:43

-You're only angry

-because it was Mathew's idea.

0:00:440:00:46

-No, I'm angry because you think

-the sun shines out of his...

0:00:470:00:51

-Jealousy, Garry.

0:00:510:00:54

-It doesn't suit you.

0:00:540:00:56

-Jim?

0:01:000:01:01

-Jim?

0:01:010:01:02

-"Sorry, I can't answer at the

-moment. Please leave a message."

0:01:160:01:20

-Do you have a problem, Kath?

0:01:270:01:28

-You know, a personal problem.

0:01:290:01:31

-I'm trying to eat

-my breakfast here.

0:01:320:01:34

-I'm asking because you've been

-up and down those stairs all night.

0:01:340:01:38

-I was thirsty during the night,

-that's all.

0:01:400:01:42

-I got one of those too.

-Usually when I'm at the bar!

0:01:430:01:47

-You're alright, are you, Mam?

0:01:470:01:49

-You're alright, are you, Mam?

-

-Of course I am.

0:01:490:01:51

-Don't worry, Dol.

-I'll be quieter next time.

0:01:520:01:55

-Oh, thanks.

0:01:560:01:57

-A girl needs her beauty sleep.

0:01:570:01:59

-You sounded fast asleep to me.

0:02:000:02:02

-You were snoring like a pig

-when I got up at 5 o'clock.

0:02:020:02:05

-Did she just call me a pig?

0:02:060:02:08

-It's turn of phrase, Dol,

-that's all.

0:02:080:02:11

-I'll give you turn of phrase

-in a minute!

0:02:110:02:14

-Right. Mam, go out for a walk,

-will you?

0:02:140:02:17

-And you go to work

-before Sara sacks you. Again.

0:02:170:02:20

-I don't want to go for a walk.

0:02:210:02:22

-And I don't want to go to work.

0:02:230:02:25

-She doesn't pay me extra

-if I'm early.

0:02:250:02:27

-I'm not asking, I'm telling you.

0:02:280:02:30

-Get out of my sight,

-both of you.

0:02:310:02:33

-Kelly, you haven't seen Jim,

-have you?

0:02:390:02:42

-Sorry. Is everything alright?

0:02:430:02:45

-He's gone out without telling me.

0:02:450:02:47

-Maybe that's good.

-It shows he's getting better.

0:02:480:02:51

-He's not answering his phone.

0:02:510:02:54

-Right. Well, if I see him

-I'll give you a shout.

0:02:540:02:57

-Thanks.

0:02:580:02:59

-Hey, it's a big day for you today.

0:02:590:03:01

-Tyler, listen, we have to talk.

0:03:060:03:07

-Tyler, listen, we have to talk.

-

-I've got nothing to say to you.

0:03:070:03:09

-Things aren't what they seem.

0:03:090:03:11

-I saw Sioned's arm.

0:03:110:03:13

-I saw Sioned's arm.

-

-Let me give my side of the story.

0:03:130:03:16

-Please.

0:03:160:03:17

-The Deri after work?

0:03:170:03:19

-Alright. I'll come for one.

-But I don't want any more lies, OK?

0:03:210:03:25

-Have you seen Jim?

0:03:300:03:31

-Have you seen Jim?

-

-No.

0:03:310:03:32

-I've got a job for you.

-And I'll pay you for the job.

0:03:330:03:36

-Trying to buy me now, are you?

0:03:360:03:39

-I need someone

-to sort out the cellar.

0:03:390:03:41

-Nice try. Getting me to work

-for you so you can lecture me.

0:03:410:03:45

-No. I have to go away today.

-That's why I can't do it.

0:03:450:03:48

-Why me?

0:03:500:03:51

-I can ask someone else,

-if you want.

0:03:520:03:54

-Another tenner

-and I'll think about it.

0:03:540:03:57

-Another 20...

0:03:590:04:00

-..if you do it at lunchtime.

0:04:010:04:03

-I'm only helping for Mam's sake, OK?

0:04:040:04:07

-I'm only helping for Mam's sake, OK?

-

-Yes.

0:04:070:04:08

-I hope you're in a better mood now.

0:04:140:04:16

-It's not me who's in a bad mood.

0:04:160:04:18

-All you and Dol do

-is wind each other up.

0:04:180:04:21

-I try my best with her.

0:04:210:04:23

-I try my best with her.

-

-Maybe you should try even harder.

0:04:230:04:25

-And before you start protesting,

-I'll say the same to her.

0:04:250:04:29

-You do know what the problem

-is here, don't you?

0:04:290:04:31

-Too many people living here.

0:04:320:04:34

-I know who you'd throw out.

0:04:340:04:35

-I know who you'd throw out.

-

-It's my house, don't forget.

0:04:350:04:38

-You're like a broken record.

-I remember.

0:04:380:04:41

-But I also remember

-what you did to Stacey.

0:04:410:04:44

-So be grateful

-I let you back through the door.

0:04:450:04:48

-"Sorry I can't answer at the

-moment. Please leave a message."

0:05:020:05:05

-Hiya, Jim. It's me.

-I'm worried about you.

0:05:060:05:09

-Phone me back.

0:05:090:05:11

-I'm sorry if I upset you yesterday.

0:05:120:05:15

-Come home and we can talk.

0:05:150:05:17

-Do you know where Debs is?

0:05:210:05:23

-Cash and carry. Why?

-Is anything wrong?

0:05:230:05:25

-Oh, it's Mam and Dol.

0:05:260:05:27

-Oh, yes. They're probably

-getting on like a house on fire!

0:05:280:05:31

-Birds of a feather.

0:05:320:05:33

-Don't say that to Mam.

0:05:330:05:34

-Don't say that to Mam.

-

-Dol wouldn't be impressed either.

0:05:340:05:37

-If one's watching telly

-the other wants the radio on.

0:05:370:05:40

-If one wants a shower

-the other wants a bath.

0:05:400:05:43

-The answer is simple.

0:05:430:05:45

-Ask Kath to go home.

0:05:450:05:47

-I can't do that.

0:05:470:05:49

-Plan B then. Ask Dol to move out.

0:05:490:05:51

-Plan B then. Ask Dol to move out.

-

-She doesn't have anywhere to go.

0:05:510:05:53

-She must have friends with sofas.

0:05:530:05:56

-It's only us

-who'll put up with her.

0:05:560:05:58

-Oh, well.

-You've only got one choice.

0:05:580:06:01

-Yes. Put up with both dragons,

-I know.

0:06:020:06:05

-I've never seen anything like it.

0:06:080:06:10

-She's like a zombie all night,

-banging about the place.

0:06:100:06:14

-And then she sleeps all day.

0:06:150:06:17

-And then she sleeps all day.

-

-That doesn't sound like Kath.

0:06:170:06:19

-And you should hear her snoring.

-It's like a volcano.

0:06:190:06:22

-Hey, has Chester arrived?

0:06:230:06:25

-Isn't he in school?

0:06:260:06:27

-He's supposed to be sorting

-the cellar.

0:06:280:06:31

-How did you persuade him?

0:06:310:06:33

-Up front?

0:06:330:06:35

-It's none of your business.

0:06:350:06:37

-Schoolboy error that, eh?

0:06:380:06:40

-Giving him cash

-before he does the work.

0:06:400:06:43

-Oh, I may as well do it myself.

0:06:450:06:47

-Someone's happy today.

0:06:480:06:50

-He's tired after Greece.

0:06:500:06:52

-He's tired after Greece.

-

-I wish Kath would go to Greece.

0:06:520:06:54

-I'd get my bed back then.

0:06:540:06:56

-I'd get my bed back then.

-

-Do you know how long she's staying?

0:06:560:06:58

-I'm afraid to ask in case

-I'm disappointed with the answer.

0:06:580:07:02

-Aargh!

0:07:030:07:04

-Gar?

0:07:050:07:07

-Gar? Are you alright?

-Let me help you.

0:07:160:07:19

-No, no, don't! Don't!

0:07:190:07:21

-I have to move it.

0:07:210:07:22

-I have to move it.

-

-Phone an ambulance.

0:07:220:07:24

-I heard a bone crack.

0:07:250:07:27

-Gar...

0:07:280:07:29

-Garry?

0:07:330:07:35

-Garry?

0:07:350:07:36

-.

0:07:450:07:46

-Subtitles

0:07:510:07:51

-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

0:07:510:07:53

-Alright, love?

0:07:550:07:57

-No. I think Garry's broken his leg

-and now he's fainted.

0:07:570:08:01

-I have to phone an ambulance.

0:08:020:08:03

-No, leave it to me.

-I've done first aid, see.

0:08:040:08:07

-I saved a woman down a manhole once.

-Through there?

0:08:070:08:10

-It's not a good idea!

0:08:110:08:12

-It's not a good idea!

-

-I know what I'm doing.

0:08:120:08:14

-Hello. Ambulance, please.

-The Deri pub, Cwmderi.

0:08:140:08:18

-My husband has broken his leg

-and now he's fainted.

0:08:180:08:22

-Mark, go down to Garry.

-He's broken his leg.

0:08:220:08:25

-Where is he?

0:08:250:08:26

-Where is he?

-

-In the cellar. Off you go!

0:08:260:08:28

-Sorry?

0:08:280:08:30

-Oh, my name is Dani Monk

-and his name is Garry Monk.

0:08:300:08:33

-OK. Thank you. So long.

0:08:330:08:36

-Dol, look after the bar for me.

0:08:360:08:38

-Look after the bar?!

0:08:380:08:40

-Ah, look after the bar.

0:08:420:08:45

-Garry? It's Mark.

0:08:460:08:48

-Garry? It's Mark.

-

-What are you doing here?

0:08:480:08:49

-I'm here to help you.

0:08:500:08:51

-Are you OK?

0:08:510:08:53

-Can you stand up? Help me, Mark.

0:08:530:08:55

-No, no, don't!

0:08:550:08:57

-No, no, don't!

-

-What happened?

0:08:570:08:58

-The barrel fell on my ankle.

0:08:580:09:01

-Can you bear weight on it?

0:09:020:09:03

-Can you bear weight on it?

-

-No.

0:09:030:09:04

-So you've fractured it.

0:09:040:09:05

-So you've fractured it.

-

-What are you? A doctor?!

0:09:050:09:08

-The ambulance is on its way.

-I'll go with him to the hospital.

0:09:080:09:12

-I'm coming too.

0:09:120:09:13

-I'm coming too.

-

-And leave Dol in the bar?!

0:09:130:09:16

-Dol? Stay here! Mark's right.

0:09:160:09:18

-Phone Chester too. I want to see him

-the minute I get back.

0:09:180:09:22

-Jim, I've been worried about you.

0:09:440:09:47

-Why didn't you say you were here?

0:09:470:09:50

-How's it going?

0:09:510:09:53

-I think it's doing me good.

0:09:560:09:58

-Courtney would want me...

0:10:000:10:01

-..to give it all to a charity shop

-to help other people.

0:10:020:10:05

-Not all of it, surely.

0:10:060:10:08

-Yes. That would be best.

0:10:080:10:10

-But what about this?

0:10:100:10:14

-You read this to her

-when she was a little girl.

0:10:140:10:17

-Look at this jewellery box.

0:10:190:10:22

-I gave her this and a lot

-of the pieces in it as well.

0:10:220:10:27

-It's not valuable, is it?

0:10:270:10:30

-That's not the point, is it?

0:10:310:10:33

-They're pieces I chose

-for my granddaughter.

0:10:340:10:37

-Pieces she liked to wear.

0:10:370:10:39

-I'd like to keep them

-to remember her.

0:10:390:10:42

-No, Eileen. I'd rather...

0:10:420:10:44

-No, Eileen. I'd rather...

-

-No, Jim.

0:10:440:10:46

-Look, I know it's hard

-and this is the way you feel.

0:10:470:10:51

-But one day, you'll be glad.

0:10:530:10:55

-It's important for you

-to keep some things.

0:10:570:11:00

-Trust me.

0:11:020:11:03

-I know.

0:11:030:11:05

-Last orders, please.

0:11:110:11:13

-Cheers!

0:11:130:11:15

-What are you doing?

0:11:150:11:17

-Oh, it's you.

0:11:180:11:19

-I'm looking after the bar for Dani.

0:11:190:11:21

-You're helping yourself, you mean.

0:11:220:11:24

-There's no stopping you,

-is there, Dol?

0:11:250:11:27

-Garry's out there on a stretcher

-and you're drinking his profits.

0:11:280:11:32

-Right, they've gone.

0:11:320:11:34

-He was screaming in pain.

0:11:340:11:36

-It's so swollen

-they couldn't take off the shoe.

0:11:370:11:39

-She's been helping herself

-to your optics.

0:11:400:11:42

-I haven't!

0:11:430:11:44

-I had one whisky, Dani.

-That's all.

0:11:440:11:47

-It's OK. Do you want another one?

0:11:470:11:49

-You deserve it for helping out.

0:11:490:11:51

-Oh, well, I don't mind if I do.

-Thank you, Dani.

0:11:510:11:55

-Kath, do you want one?

0:11:550:11:57

-I'll have a pint, please.

0:11:590:12:00

-What happened?

0:12:010:12:03

-A barrel fell on his leg.

0:12:030:12:06

-He'll be alright with Mark.

-Our Mark's a good boy.

0:12:060:12:09

-He's not your Mark.

0:12:110:12:13

-Anyway, I heard him say

-you were an old dragon...

0:12:140:12:17

-..outside the cafe just now.

0:12:170:12:19

-What?

0:12:200:12:22

-An old, ugly dragon

-who scrounges from everyone.

0:12:220:12:26

-There we are, you see.

0:12:270:12:29

-Even good-boy Mark is fed up of you.

0:12:290:12:31

-They're all sick of you

-being in the way in Maes-y-Deri.

0:12:320:12:35

-So I want you out

-before the end of the week.

0:12:350:12:38

-Kath!

0:12:390:12:40

-Kath!

-

-What? It's my house.

0:12:400:12:42

-It's about time someone told her.

0:12:420:12:44

-Very mature. Fair play to you.

0:12:470:12:49

-Do you mind?

-People are trying to eat.

0:12:540:12:57

-Grow up.

0:12:570:12:59

-Grow up.

-

-I'm watching you, don't forget.

0:12:590:13:01

-Where's Debbie?

0:13:030:13:05

-At the cash and carry.

-What do you want?

0:13:050:13:08

-Did Mark call me a dragon?

0:13:080:13:10

-I'm not sure. Maybe.

0:13:110:13:13

-The little...!

0:13:140:13:15

-After everything I've done for him.

-He's his mother's son, alright.

0:13:150:13:20

-She's kicked me out now.

0:13:200:13:23

-Right. And what has this

-got to do with me?

0:13:230:13:26

-What else did he say?

0:13:270:13:28

-That the house

-is a bit chocka now.

0:13:290:13:31

-But I was there first.

0:13:320:13:34

-Kath has just gatecrashed.

0:13:340:13:36

-The problem is,

-you and Kath are too similar.

0:13:380:13:41

-You can't co-habit because you're

-like two peas in a pod.

0:13:410:13:45

-Me and Kath?!

-We're like chalk and cheese, mun.

0:13:450:13:48

-She's off her head.

0:13:490:13:51

-Anyway,

-what's it got to do with you?

0:13:510:13:54

-I don't know why there were bricks

-in the garden in the first place.

0:13:560:14:00

-Dad probably got them

-off the back of a lorry...

0:14:000:14:04

-..and thought

-they'd come in handy one day.

0:14:040:14:07

-I don't remember how old I was.

0:14:100:14:13

-I decided it would be fun

-to climb the bricks.

0:14:130:14:17

-But I fell and landed on my arm.

0:14:170:14:20

-It was so painful.

0:14:200:14:22

-Look.

0:14:220:14:24

-See?

0:14:240:14:26

-I was in plaster for weeks.

0:14:270:14:29

-I even learned to write

-with my right hand.

0:14:290:14:32

-I can't do it now

-but it was cool at the time.

0:14:320:14:35

-But instead of giving me sympathy

-because I was in such pain...

0:14:360:14:40

-..Mam told me off for breaking

-my arm in the first place.

0:14:400:14:44

-And she's back in Maes-y-Deri,

-quarrelling with everyone again.

0:14:440:14:48

-She and Dol

-fight like cat and dog.

0:14:510:14:53

-You're lucky

-you don't have a mother-in-law.

0:14:540:14:57

-Or a mother, come to that.

-They're nothing but trouble.

0:14:570:15:00

-Sorry. I wasn't thinking.

-I was just wittering on.

0:15:020:15:05

-Gar, are you alright?

-Is there anything I can do?

0:15:060:15:09

-Yes.

0:15:100:15:12

-Shut up.

0:15:130:15:15

-Hello?

0:15:310:15:33

-Ooh, you're home, are you?

0:15:330:15:36

-Alright?

0:15:360:15:37

-I hope you're here to pack. I want

-you out before the end of the week.

0:15:380:15:43

-Pack your bags, Dol!

0:15:430:15:45

-Where's Garry?

0:15:520:15:53

-You're joking!

-He's in hospital because of you.

0:15:540:15:57

-What?

0:15:580:15:59

-You were supposed to help him

-in the cellar.

0:16:000:16:02

-A barrel fell on his foot

-and he's broken his ankle.

0:16:030:16:06

-I was kept behind at school.

-It's not my fault.

0:16:060:16:09

-Tell that to Garry.

-I wouldn't go near him for a while.

0:16:090:16:13

-Dani, can I have a packet

-of cheese and onion crisps, please?

0:16:170:16:20

-How's Jim?

0:16:250:16:26

-Better, thanks.

0:16:270:16:29

-He'll be here soon, I hope.

0:16:290:16:31

-He's taken stuff from Courtney's

-room to a charity shop in Swansea.

0:16:310:16:36

-He didn't want to take it

-to the Maenan Appeal...

0:16:360:16:39

-..to see people wearing her clothes.

0:16:390:16:42

-Alright?

0:16:420:16:43

-Oh, hiya. How did it go?

0:16:430:16:46

-Good, you know.

0:16:470:16:48

-I'm so proud of you.

0:16:490:16:52

-A pint?

0:16:520:16:53

-A pint?

-

-Yes, please.

0:16:530:16:55

-No, this is on me.

-It's nice to see you.

0:16:550:16:58

-Alright, Tye?

0:16:590:17:01

-Well?

0:17:030:17:04

-Thank you for coming.

-I bought you a bottle.

0:17:040:17:07

-Say what you have to say

-so that I can leave.

0:17:070:17:10

-Sioned has problems.

0:17:120:17:14

-She can be unreasonable.

0:17:140:17:17

-Is that why you hit her?

0:17:170:17:18

-Is that why you hit her?

-

-I don't hit her.

0:17:180:17:20

-Don't lie! I've seen the bruises.

0:17:200:17:22

-Don't lie! I've seen the bruises.

-

-Keep your voice down.

0:17:220:17:24

-I thought you wanted to admit it

-not say it's Sioned's fault.

0:17:240:17:28

-That's exactly what bullies do, Ed.

0:17:280:17:31

-They blame the victim.

0:17:310:17:32

-They blame the victim.

-

-I am the victim.

0:17:320:17:34

-Those bruises are due to self-harm.

0:17:340:17:35

-Those bruises are due to self-harm.

-

-Listen to yourself.

0:17:350:17:36

-Why would she do such a thing?

0:17:370:17:38

-Why would she do such a thing?

-

-I don't know.

0:17:380:17:40

-It's been going on for months.

0:17:400:17:42

-She's turning everyone against me.

-It's true.

0:17:420:17:46

-Why would you let her?

-Why not tell her where to go?

0:17:470:17:50

-Because...

0:17:500:17:51

-Because...

-

-What?!

0:17:510:17:52

-Something happened.

-I can't tell you.

0:17:520:17:55

-You have to believe me, Tyler.

0:17:550:17:57

-I'd never hit Sioned.

0:17:570:17:58

-I'd never hit Sioned.

-

-It's not good enough.

0:17:580:18:00

-Please, Tyler.

0:18:000:18:02

-I don't want anything

-to do with you. Do you understand?

0:18:020:18:06

-S4C subtitles by Ericsson

0:19:170:19:19

-.

0:19:190:19:20

Mae Garry yn cael damwain ddifrifol yn seler y Deri pan mae casgen yn cwympo ar ei goes. Garry suffers a serious injury when a barrel falls on him in the Deri cellar. Eileen can't find Jim