Wed, 19 Apr 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Wed, 19 Apr 2017

Mae Garry a Sioned yn taro bargen - ond ydy Sioned yn awyddus i gymysgu busnes a phleser? Garry and Sioned strike a deal - but does Sioned want to mix business with pleasure?


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-Look.

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-I've found these.

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-Oh, that's a nice photo

-of the two of you.

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-I thought it would be suitable

-for your locket.

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-It's clearer

-than the one in it now.

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-I'll cut it down to...

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-You're not wearing it.

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-You're not wearing it.

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-No. I've lost it.

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-I've looked everywhere.

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-Why didn't you say?

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-Why didn't you say?

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-I didn't want to upset you.

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-I could put that photo in a frame.

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-I'd better go.

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-Let me take that.

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-Let me take that.

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-Thanks, but there's no need.

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-To be honest, that's why I came in.

-I'd like to work this afternoon.

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-The funeral is tomorrow.

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-Yes, well, I need the money.

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-Burying someone

-burns quite a hole in your pocket.

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-It helps to keep busy, I suppose.

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-You can start by helping me

-find this locket Eileen's lost.

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-I didn't lose it here.

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-I think it happened

-when I was out jogging.

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-Well, at least it will be obvious

-to whoever finds it...

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-..that it's yours

-because of the photo inside.

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-"Money. Today!"

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-Gaynor. Mam was saying that

-the funeral is in Lampeter tomorrow.

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-That's quite a way away.

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-Sam wanted to be buried

-with Colin's mother.

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-If you need cars

-to take you there...

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-..I'll give you a good price,

-under the circumstances.

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-We'll take our own cars, thanks.

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-I hope you weren't offering her

-the Bentley.

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-You still haven't brought it over

-for an MOT.

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-There are other garages.

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-There's no point

-spending a lot of money on it...

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-..if you're still losing customers.

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-Sounds like

-you're preparing a takeover bid.

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-20,000.

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-20,000.

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-For Deri Deithio?

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-And Ceir Sir Gar, too.

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-And Ceir Sir Gar, too.

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-They're worth 30,000.

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-They were at one time.

-But it's a toxic brand now.

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-There's no guarantee

-I can win back the customers...

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-..who've turned their backs on you.

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-28.

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-Or nothing.

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-I had an offer to go out with Britt

-and the children, you know...

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-..but I didn't feel like it.

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-I still can't understand

-why she hasn't come over to see me.

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-Who?

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-The woman who was with Dad

-in Llwyncelyn the day he died.

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-Did he come here, Eileen?

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-It's impossible to remember

-who's been in and out of here.

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-Tomorrow is what matters now.

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-I'm dreading it.

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-Gaynor isn't coping

-very well either.

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-Oh.

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-She doesn't feel very comfortable

-upstairs in Llwyncelyn...

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-..because Dad died in the bedroom.

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-She's taking some tablets

-to help her sleep.

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-Oh!

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-Oh!

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-Oh! It's alright. Don't worry.

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-Sorry, Eileen.

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-Sorry, Eileen.

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-Don't worry. I'll sort it.

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-I'm useless.

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-I find it hard to believe that

-Jason stole from his own family.

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-You know what they say.

-There's no smoke without fire.

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-Gaynor.

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-I couldn't help overhearing you

-refuse Sioned's offer outside.

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-I wouldn't go anywhere near her

-cars after what she did to poor Ed.

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-But if someone else

-took over Deri Deithio?

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-That would be fine.

-She's the problem.

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-Where's Gwern?

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-Britt's taken him out

-with the kids.

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-I wish someone had told me.

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-You weren't here

-and I'm too busy to look after him.

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-You shouldn't have given Mathew

-time off then.

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-Thanks for the compliment!

-We're out of crisps, too.

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-And that's my fault, is it?

-I'll go and get some.

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-You don't have to go now.

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-You don't have to go now.

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-We need a few things.

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-Do you want a lift?

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-Listen carefully now, because

-I'm not going to make another offer.

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-25,000.

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-26.

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-You won't get a better offer.

-From anybody.

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-It would sort out your debts

-like that.

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-Final offer.

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-I knew I could squeeze

-another 5,000 out of you.

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-Do we have a deal?

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-Do you want to go for a drink?

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-To celebrate.

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-You don't want to go to work drunk,

-do you?

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-It's easy enough to phone in

-with some excuse.

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-Bring the paperwork over.

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-So we can sort things.

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-Come through.

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-Listen, Hari, phone me back.

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-The other day you said it was

-a bad idea to do jobs for free.

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-This is different.

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-Thanks for phoning. Ta-ra.

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-A little contribution for tomorrow.

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-Thank you.

-You've already brought one cake.

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-Colin was saying that you feel

-a bit uncomfortable here...

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-..since Sam died.

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-Yes.

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-I know it's silly, but, um...

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-..I find it very difficult

-to go into the room.

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-There is a simple solution.

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-Redecorate the room.

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-I'm not sure

-that would change anything.

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-Years ago, when someone died...

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-..they used to open the window

-to release the soul.

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-It would be

-like a breath of fresh air for you.

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-Opening the window would be a lot

-cheaper than redoing the room.

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-Jim wouldn't charge you anything

-for doing it.

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-That's why we're in this old world,

-to help each other.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Jim could take a look

-while you're on the phone.

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-Do we have to discuss this now?

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-We'll go up

-while you're on the phone. Come on.

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-Hello?

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-Hello, Moira. How are you?

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-How do you know this is the room?

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-Colin told me when I came over

-to offer my condolences.

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-Well, it doesn't need

-to be repapered.

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-A coat of paint would do.

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-How much paint would be needed?

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-A five-litre tin

-would probably be enough.

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-The woodwork

-is in very good condition.

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-Look, um...

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-..I'm not sure

-if this is a good idea.

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-How long would it take? Three days?

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-At the most.

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-It's not that long

-since the room was last done.

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-It would make

-the world of difference.

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-Things will be a lot easier

-after tomorrow...

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-..and I'll be back at work

-next week.

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-But the room

-will still bring back memories.

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-You know how it is.

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-The offer is there

-if you change your mind.

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-Thanks, Jim.

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-Shall we go downstairs

-to have a cuppa?

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-If it's not too much trouble.

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-Have I told you that I'm

-the luckiest bloke in the world?

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-I look terrible.

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-You don't. You look gorgeous.

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-What have you done?

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-I've bought Deri Deithio

-and Ceir Sir Gar. It was a bargain.

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-How much?

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-You're not allowed to ask

-how much a present costs.

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-Right, so as well as this place

-and the salon...

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-..you want me to run

-two other companies.

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-I'm going to sell Ceir Sir Gar

-and we run this place together.

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-Do we? You don't do much here.

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-Do we? You don't do much here.

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-I've been busy.

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-Yeah, spending money.

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-It makes sense

-to put it in your name.

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-Oh, I see. So I'm a tax dodge.

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-Oh, I see. So I'm a tax dodge.

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-No.

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-Thanks! It's nice to know

-I'm a financial asset to you!

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-For tomorrow.

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-Snap.

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-Eileen brought over a cake as well.

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-She's been so good,

-fair play to her.

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-She's told me

-to take the rest of the week off.

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-Not that I'm much use to her

-in the shop at the moment.

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-Fair play to her.

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-She also said

-that Jim would redo the room for me.

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-What?

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-You told her that the room

-made me feel uncomfortable.

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-I didn't suggest

-you wanted to go that far.

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-I think she was trying to help Jim

-more than me by keeping him busy.

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-Listen, um...

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-..I've been thinking a lot

-about tomorrow.

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-I want it to be perfect.

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-It will be.

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-I think I remember Dad

-saying during Marian's funeral...

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-..that he didn't want anyone

-to wear black at his funeral.

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-And no long faces.

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-A wake, you mean?

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-Yes. A celebration of his life.

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-Not some boring hymns that didn't

-mean anything to him, but, um...

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-We Are Sailing, maybe.

-Fflat Huw Puw.

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-You discussed this over a pint,

-I suppose.

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-He was serious,

-and I'd like to respect his wishes.

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-Well, if that's what he wanted,

-why not?

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-Good.

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-And I'd like it if the...

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-..funeral started here.

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-I'd like the coffin

-to leave from Llwyncelyn.

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-You want the body

-to come back here?

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-It feels right, somehow,

-for his last journey.

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-You want him back here in a coffin?

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-It would help us

-come to terms with it all.

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-No, Colin. No.

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-Having Meilyr's coffin here

-was hard enough.

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-Oh, sorry.

-I didn't think about that.

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-Forget it. It's fine.

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-You don't have to go.

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-I've got a lot to sort out.

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-Have you been to the cash and carry?

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-Have you been to the cash and carry?

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-Not yet, no.

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-Great.

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-I don't know what's wrong with you.

-I thought you'd be pleased.

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-I wish you'd asked me first...

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-..instead of taking it for granted

-I'd want more work.

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-I wanted to surprise you.

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-Does Mathew

-have to leave such a mess?

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-You wanted him to move in.

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-I don't want to fall out.

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-Neither do I.

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-I know things haven't been

-very good between us lately.

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-But don't you think

-it's time we let that all go...

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-..and move on?

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-What matters now is the future.

-Our future.

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-And our children, when they arrive.

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-Children?

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-Um...

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-We've discussed that.

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-Yes, a while ago.

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-But circumstances have changed now.

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-They haven't changed.

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-I'm not getting any younger, Dani.

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-I don't want to look like a grandpa

-taking the kids to school, do I?

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-You're still not ready?

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-I'm sorry.

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-So let me get this straight now.

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-You don't want Deri Deithio,

-you don't want Ceir Sir Gar...

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-..and you don't want

-my child either.

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-Garry, please...

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-I'm trying to write an eulogy

-to him.

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-You've got a lot of paperwork

-as well, haven't you?

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-It's never-ending.

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-Dying is an expensive business.

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-The undertaker wants 500

-just to take him to Lampeter.

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-You'd better get

-your money's worth then.

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-I think the last journey

-should start from Llwyncelyn.

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-Oh, no. No, no.

-I should never have mentioned it.

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-It feels right.

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-And no long faces.

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-Thank you.

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-Do you want help with this?

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-What exactly is this problem then?

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-Eifion is hassling me for his money.

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-I'm not paying you a penny more.

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-I know that.

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-But you have to pay me this week

-or he won't leave me alone.

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-I need to see the books first.

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-I need to see the books first.

-

-There they are.

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-No, I'm not staying.

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-You're not going to refuse

-a bottle of this...

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-..surely.

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-Oh.

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-A present from Martin.

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-The sugar daddy.

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-I'm not quite that desperate but

-I'm not going to refuse his money.

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-It's a strange feeling

-losing a business.

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-Well, both of them.

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-Don't worry. You'll land

-on your feet soon enough.

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-Whenever one door closes...

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-..another one always opens.

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-To new opportunities.

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-New opportunities.

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-Ah.

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-One of my rules.

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-I never mix business with pleasure.

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-It's more fun to break rules.

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-I'd better go.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya. I'm just trying to scribble

-down a few words for tomorrow.

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-Listen, I don't think I can come

-to the funeral after all.

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-Why?

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-Well, I don't want to interfere.

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-It's a day for the family,

-isn't it?

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-And friends as well, of course.

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-Yes.

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-Dad thought the world of you.

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-Jim can look after the shop, surely.

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-Please, Eileen. I need you there.

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-Of course.

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-Don't wear black.

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-Have you seen Dani?

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-She's just gone upstairs.

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-Listen, um...

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-I understand about Sam.

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-It brings back memories

-of Courtney's death...

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-..and you're still grieving.

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-I've been looking for a new locket

-for you on the Internet.

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-But there's so much choice,

-I don't know where to start.

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-So I've printed this voucher

-for you...

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-..so you can choose one yourself.

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-Where have you been? I was worried.

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-I had stuff to do at the garage.

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-Right.

-Look, I'm sorry about earlier.

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-There's no need to be.

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-There's no need to be.

-

-Yes, there is.

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-I'm just tired

-with everything that's going on.

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-But I want to do it.

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-I'd like to run Deri Deithio

-and Ceir Sir Gar...

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-..if you want to keep it.

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-If you've got too much on

-your plate, you don't have to do it.

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-No, I want to

-and I'll make it work.

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-I'm sure running Deri Deithio

-will be enough.

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-I can find a buyer

-for Ceir Sir Gar.

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-Whatever you think.

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-Come here.

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-I don't deserve you.

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Mae Garry a Sioned yn taro bargen - ond ydy Sioned yn awyddus i gymysgu busnes a phleser? Garry and Sioned strike a deal - but does Sioned want to mix business with pleasure?