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Wed, 17 May 2017

Heb yn wybod iddi, mae Kelly'n cynnig lloches i ddyn peryglus. Without her knowledge, Kelly gives shelter to a dangerous man. Eileen finds a note from Jim - he's gone away.


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-I cry in pain sometimes...

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-..but feeding is supposed

-to be enjoyable.

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-We men haven't got a clue, have we?

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-I don't like taking

-lots of painkillers.

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-I suggested she should go

-around the house topless.

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-If you haven't got anything

-sensible to say, shut up.

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-I'm serious. It's important they

-get a chance to breathe, isn't it?

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-We'll try a different ointment.

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-Thanks.

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-He is a bit light.

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-He is a bit light.

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-You see.

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-I was worried

-he wasn't getting enough.

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-I've considered using a bottle.

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-A mother's milk must be best.

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-A mother's milk must be best.

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-I know that, Jason!

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-I must be doing something wrong.

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-I must be doing something wrong.

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-No, you're doing everything right.

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-A baby with Downs

-will take longer to feed.

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-There's no easy answer, I'm afraid.

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-Right, you'll have to excuse me.

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-Thanks, Doctor.

-Sorry for troubling you.

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-Not at all. Any time.

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-You're not on your own.

-Remember that.

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-Thank you, Doctor.

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-She needs plenty of support,

-alright?

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-Yes.

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-"Gone away. Need some space."

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-Shouldn't you be at the cafe?

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-Oh, yes, I've phoned to say

-that I'm not going in.

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-I don't feel very well.

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-What's wrong?

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-Just a bit sick, a headache.

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-I hope I'm not getting

-another migraine.

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-I haven't had one for ages.

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-Yes, you do look a bit pale.

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-I'll postpone the visit to see

-your mother if you feel like this.

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-No, no, I'll be fine,

-Auntie Anita, honest.

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-Let me do a shift at Awyr Iach

-and then we'll see how you feel.

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-Your mother would never forgive me

-if I left you in this state.

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-I'll see you later, alright?

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-Come in!

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-You wanted to see me.

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-You wanted to see me.

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-Take a seat.

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-I've been thinking a lot

-since our chat yesterday.

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-Have you had any luck

-finding a new school?

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-No, not yet.

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-Would you like a place

-at the new community school?

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-Are you pulling my leg?

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-No. You impressed me yesterday.

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-You were honest, sincere

-and you admitted you were wrong.

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-There's a first time

-for everything.

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-What about Mrs Llywelyn

-and Mr Davies-White?

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-They won't want me at the school.

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-No, nor will many

-other teachers, but...

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-..I'm giving you the choice.

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-Accept a place at the school

-and prove yourself...

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-..or go to another school

-where no-one knows you...

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-..which is a lot easier for you

-in many ways.

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-I can't believe

-you're giving me the choice.

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-You'll have to be punished

-for the essays business.

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-You'll be in the sin bin from now

-until the end of the exams.

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-And I won't allow you to go

-on the school trip to Paris.

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-OK.

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-Like I said, Chester,

-it isn't the easy option for you.

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-Yes, but I've got a lot

-of friends here.

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-And now that Hannah can attend

-the new school...

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-..I'd like to accept the offer.

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-I really appreciate it.

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-I really wasn't expecting it.

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-Thank you.

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-A furnished two-bedroom house.

-It sounds ideal to me.

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-You don't like the fact I live here

-after what I've done, do you?

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-Hello?

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-Ooh, this is perfect timing.

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-It's DJ's idea that I find

-somewhere to live.

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-A house closer to Cwmderi

-would suit Mam.

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-Crymych is a bit far away.

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-The house in Crymych

-isn't mine any more.

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-The landlord kicked her out.

-She was behind with the rent.

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-She spent all her money in America.

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-When did this happen?

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-A couple of weeks ago.

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-That's terrible.

-Wasn't he aware of your situation?

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-We need to forget about him now and

-this house is far more comfortable.

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-I'll pay the rent.

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-I'll pay the rent.

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-No, there's no need, DJ.

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-You can stay here permanently.

-There's plenty of room here.

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-You've done enough.

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-You've done enough.

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-I insist.

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-You'll have to discuss it

-with Dad and Hannah first.

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-They'll agree with me.

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-Now, that's settled.

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-Thanks, Diane.

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-You're all so kind.

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-Right, here they are.

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-Now, then, hold on.

-What have I got here?

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-What am I supposed to do with that?

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-It's a breast pump, Sara.

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-We both agree that your milk

-is best for the baby, don't we?

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-With this, we'll have the best

-of both worlds.

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-And it runs on batteries

-so you can take it anywhere.

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-Is using that meant to help?

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-A couple of days on this and then

-you can try Ifan on the breast.

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-Since when have you been an expert?

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-I spoke to the woman in the shop.

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-Come on, Sara.

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-We might as well try it.

-What do you say?

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-Just take it back to the shop.

-I feel guilty enough already.

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-Go on, take it back.

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-Right.

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-Oh, what?!

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-For crying out loud!

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-Some swine has stolen my bike now.

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-Go, and give my regards to Mam,

-yeah?

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-Look, let me know

-how you feel later on. Alright?

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-Yes.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Coast is clear.

-Auntie Anita has just left.

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-So come to the back door

-and I'll...

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-..keep an eye out for you.

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-Do you think I should tell

-the police...

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-..so that they can

-investigate further?

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-There was nothing Eileen

-or anyone else could've done...

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-..to save your father's life.

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-He died quietly in his sleep.

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-So I should drop the matter.

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-Right. Thanks, Doctor.

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-Is nothing safe in this village

-any more?

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-Colin, have you seen anyone

-riding passed on my bike?

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-Some swine has stolen it.

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-Excuse me.

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-Excuse me.

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-No? OK. Thanks, Colin!

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-There's no sign of it anywhere.

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-Ah, well. There are more

-important things in life.

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-If you say so.

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-If you say so.

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-I'm going for a walk.

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-Go ahead. I won't tell anyone.

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-Elgan. How are you?

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-Well, I could kick myself

-after last night.

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-I have to apologize every time

-I see you these days.

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-You don't have to do anything.

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-The truth is,

-we hardly know each other...

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-..but I know when someone

-is playing games with me.

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-I haven't felt like this

-about anybody since...

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-Well, since Sophia, my wife.

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-I'm not dealing with it very well.

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-Can we go somewhere to talk,

-please?

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-Are you coming, then?

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-I almost didn't come.

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-I'm still not sure

-if this is fair on you.

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-Don't worry about me, please.

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-I've told you, I want to help you.

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-The spare room's ready

-if you want to take your stuff up.

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-I've brought a sleeping bag to save

-you the trouble of changing sheets.

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-It's no trouble.

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-I've had a lot of ideas about what

-you and Gethin can do at Penrhewl.

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-I wanted to bring something to the

-table to pay for your friendship.

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-Yes, well, we could all

-meet up later of you like.

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-There's no rush, is there?

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-Let me catch my breath

-after the last few days.

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-Yes, of course.

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-Auntie Anita's away for a few days,

-so...

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-You haven't told Gethin

-I'm staying here, have you?

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-No.

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-Just that you're going to help us

-with Penrhewl, that's all.

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-Great.

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-I'll take my stuff up, then.

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-I almost forgot.

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-Look...

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-Look...

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-I want...

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-Sorry. You go.

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-Right, well, I felt a real fool

-last night.

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-I know I'd had a few drinks

-but I wasn't drunk.

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-And I wanted to kiss you

-and thought you wanted to kiss me.

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-So when you responded like that...

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-So when you responded like that...

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-I know.

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-I'm sorry.

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-Of course I wanted to kiss you.

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-I haven't been in a relationship

-since Sophia.

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-And to be totally honest...

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-..because I like you so much...

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-..it's as if I'm,

-I don't know...

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-..trying to sabotage things

-in case I get hurt again.

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-So, you're not ready. Is that it?

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-I am ready,

-but that's what I'm afraid of.

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-With you...

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-..I feel...

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-..once I'm on the train

-I won't want to get off.

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-Did you just compare me to a train?

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-Sorry.

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-Once I started saying it,

-I was hoping someone would shoot me.

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-I know I ruined everything...

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-..but can we try again?

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-Well, today is a day

-of second chances.

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-Didn't you know that?

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-Right, I've been thinking.

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-I can't throw Diane's kindness

-back in her face and that's it.

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-You can use the rest of the money

-as rent.

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-I'd rather spend it on you. I don't

-have much time left to spoil you.

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-You'll be paying it back

-indirectly that way.

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-Diane, I've had an idea.

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-As I can't afford to pay rent,

-I'll come and help out at APD.

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-There's no need.

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-I insist. I could do the accounts,

-bank the takings and all that.

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-I was top of the class at maths.

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-Great. Dai always complains that

-going to the bank takes too long.

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-So can I tell everyone

-I've got a new job?

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-Yes. Welcome to APD!

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-Just say hello to Mam

-and don't let her lead you astray.

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-Yes, OK.

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-Ta-ra.

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-It's nice that there's someone

-looking out for you.

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-Yes, she's a star.

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-She's more of a mother to me

-than my mother.

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-My mother was...

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-..more of a rebellious teenager

-with drug problems.

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-Is she still alive?

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-No, she died when I was 20.

-Overdose.

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-Sorry.

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-It was a long time ago.

-I haven't had a bad life.

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-How about you?

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-Have you ever been married?

-I assume you don't have children.

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-Yes, to the first question.

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-No, to the second.

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-My husband didn't want children.

-Well, not with me.

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-It's his loss,

-but you're still young enough.

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-I'm not sure by the end

-if I wanted Dafydd or just children.

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-He wasn't the love of your life,

-was he?

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-No.

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-I lost him.

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-He didn't die or anything.

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-What was his name?

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-Jinx.

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-He was lovely.

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-Still is.

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-So why aren't you together?

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-Um...

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-..something happened to me.

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-A bloke attacked me and Jinx

-was my saviour, but then...

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-..everything changed...

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-..and the relationship

-was another casualty of the attack.

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-Sorry, I'm not making much sense.

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-You are.

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-Hey.

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-I understand.

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-DOOR BUZZER

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-Hello?

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-Hiya, Col. It's me.

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-Leave me alone, Eileen.

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-Give me two minutes, please.

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-Are you still there?

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-I'm sorry.

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-And I'm sorry

-it's taken so long to say that.

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-And for being afraid to tell you...

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-..that I was with your father

-in his final seconds, not you.

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-You should have been there.

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-Please come back to the shop

-so we can put it right between us.

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-I'm resigning, Eileen.

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-Col.

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-Col.

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-I don't want to discuss it.

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-I've made my decision.

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-You've changed your tune.

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-I don't want this to come

-between us, Sara.

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-It's important that we stick

-together through everything.

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-We'll get through it.

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-Another advantage of a bottle

-is that you can get up in the night.

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-Hello.

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-A bottle?

-Ifan will sue you one day.

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-DJ never got a bottle from me.

-That's why he looks so well.

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-Well, Jason had a bottle

-and he's far more brainy than DJ.

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-Ah, there you go!

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-Right, I'll get this round

-to celebrate my new job.

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-Are you sure you can afford it?

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-A new job?

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-She's coming to APD

-to help us with the accounts.

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-I don't think it's a good idea.

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-Keeping busy is as effective

-as any medication.

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-It's not fair on Dad.

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-If she had a funny turn,

-Dad might panic.

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-I'm sure he'd phone for help.

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-She'd be better off at Awyr Iach.

-I could keep an eye on her.

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-She wants to work for APD.

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-She'd think we were planning behind

-her back if we changed our minds.

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-Not if Sara said she was desperate

-to find someone.

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-Please?

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-Alright, I'll give her a job.

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-To keep tabs on you for a start!

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-Have you been to Madrid?

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-No.

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-No. I've been to Barcelona.

-I'd like to go to Madrid.

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-I'm a real city girl at heart even

-though I live in a tiny village.

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-That's why I like

-being part of this campaign.

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-I like feeling

-out of my comfort zone sometimes.

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-That's why we get on so well.

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-If you want, maybe...

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-..you could come and stay with me

-in Madrid.

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-I think you'd enjoy it.

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-I'd love to show you around.

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-I'd love that.

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-Really?

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-There we are, then,

-once I've settled...

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-..we'll make arrangements.

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-You're a breath of fresh air.

-Do you know that?

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-So are you.

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Heb yn wybod iddi, mae Kelly'n cynnig lloches i ddyn peryglus. Without her knowledge, Kelly gives shelter to a dangerous man. Eileen finds a note from Jim - he's gone away.