Wed, 25 Jan 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Wed, 25 Jan 2017

A fydd Kelly yn difetha'r delwedd o Sioned ac Ed fel y cwpl hapus a pherffaith? Will Kelly ruin Sioned and Ed's image as the perfect couple? What will Colin think of his present?!


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-Hey, that's wonky.

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-It's bunting.

-It's meant to be wonky.

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-Can I go now, please?

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-Can I go now, please?

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-No! There's too much to do.

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-They'll be here by seven.

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-Do you mind that Sion and Gwyneth

-are contestants?

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-I'm gutted I won't see them

-making fools of themselves.

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-Oh, Cadno and Eifion aren't coming.

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-Sorry?

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-Eifion phoned last night.

-Cadno doesn't want to do it.

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-Why didn't you tell me?

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-Why didn't you tell me?

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-I thought I had.

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-Two couples are enough.

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-Two couples are enough.

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-No, they're not.

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-If you'd helped me with the

-arrangements you'd know that.

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-Britt, could you and Colin..?

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-Britt, could you and Colin..?

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-No way.

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-Garry could babysit for you.

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-Garry could babysit for you.

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-No, I said.

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-Here he is now, Colin.

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-"The toilet isn't flushing.

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-"Can you come over and check it

-before I phone Iolo?"

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-That's romantic, isn't it?!

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-You're not going now, are you?

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-You're not going now, are you?

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-Yes.

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-Come back as soon as possible.

-There's a lot to do.

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-Right, you carry on decorating.

-I won't be long.

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-Where are you going?

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-I'm going to find another couple.

-I'll start with Sheryl.

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-Is it too early for a pint?

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-For you, yes.

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-But not for me.

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-Come on. I have to be back

-at school in 15 minutes.

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-If you answered your phone I

-wouldn't have to drag you out here.

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-I've been busy.

-What's so important then?

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-Ed and Sioned.

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-Ed and Sioned.

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-Not this again.

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-He's not abusing her.

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-You were convinced last week.

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-You were convinced last week.

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-I was wrong. Ed's the victim.

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-Don't you think you should

-take a step back from all this?

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-What?

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-You're a bit obsessed.

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-Ed and Sioned is all

-you've talked about for weeks.

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-No, listen. I saw it all.

-She attacked him.

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-She said it was self-defence,

-but I know.

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-She's lying.

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-She's lying.

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-You believed her last week.

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-You can't interfere in their lives

-and make accusations like this.

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-Leave them alone. OK?

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-Tyler...

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-Just keep an eye out.

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-What degree did I do at university?

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-What degree did I do at university?

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-Welsh.

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-And?

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-Politics?

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-Politics?

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-Welsh History.

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-Ask me another.

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-Ask me another.

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-What's my favourite food?

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-Sunday lunch.

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-Croque monsieur.

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-Isn't that a cheese toastie?

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-Don't you listen to a word I say?

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-A black Americano to take out,

-please?

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-Alright.

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-I've been trying to phone you.

-You didn't answer.

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-The phone was on silent.

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-I was worried, Ed.

-I thought you'd...

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-I'm sorry. I should have told you

-I was going out.

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-Are you going to tell me

-where you've been?

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-Happy St Dwynwen's Day, love!

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-I feel terrible now.

-There was no need.

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-Of course there was.

-You deserve it.

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-Thanks for being a perfect wife.

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-Some of us are trying to eat!

-Don't you have a bedroom upstairs?

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-There you are.

-My favourite couple in the world.

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-I need another couple to take part

-in this Mr and Mrs contest tonight.

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-What do you think, Ed?

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-It sounds great. We're bound to win.

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-We'll see about that.

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-Save the fighting talk for later.

-The Deri by 7 o'clock.

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-You'd better start practising.

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-There's no rush,

-considering how much you know.

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-This is your chance

-to prove yourself.

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-Lovely. Beautiful.

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-So you've made a gift

-instead of buying one, have you?

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-Yes.

-There's nothing wrong with that.

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-No. It's more personal.

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-Well, that's one word for it.

-I was going to use stingy.

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-Mam will love it.

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-I hope so. She'll be here now,

-so you'd better get back to school.

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-I'm willing to go for a tenner.

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-What? I'm not paying you

-to go back to school.

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-I'm not feeling well.

-Maybe I should stay home.

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-So there we are.

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-If you want to see us snogging

-and kissing on the sofa...

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-OK, you're minging.

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-And you're a hindrance.

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-And you're a hindrance.

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-She's coming, Chester. Come on.

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-Hey, what are you doing home?

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-And you as well.

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-And what's this ribbon?

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-Col?

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-Britt.

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-Happy St Dwynwen's Day.

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-Um...

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-Colin,

-this must have taken you ages.

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-Well,

-Catrin gave me a helping hand.

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-Sorry I haven't bought anything,

-but...

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-Don't apologize. This is perfect.

-Thank you, Colin.

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-I feel terrible now because

-I haven't bought you anything.

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-Oh.

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-Isn't that plunger for me?!

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-I brought this

-to sort out the toilet.

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-Oh, yes. Well, about that, um...

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-That was an excuse to get me home,

-wasn't it?

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-I'll have to keep an eye on you,

-Colin Evans.

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-Good!

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-OK. Who was my first snog?

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-I don't know.

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-I've discussed this with you.

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-I opened my heart to you

-and you haven't been listening.

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-OK. Stephanie?

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-Melanie, actually.

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-She was really fit too.

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-How many tries did I score

-in my first rugby match?

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-Four.

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-None. I went off

-in the first five minutes.

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-I opened my heart to you there!

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-It's like we don't listen

-to each other.

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-We don't have much hope of winning

-tonight. We're to self-obsessed.

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-Beating Gwyneth and Dad

-is all that matters.

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-And if we don't?

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-And if we don't?

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-Divorce.

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-I don't care. I'll phone Melanie.

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-My favourite film?

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-My favourite film?

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-Green Mile.

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-Rocky, the first one.

-My favourite food.

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-Chicken fried rice,

-curry sauce and prawn crackers.

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-I don't want people to know that.

-Say something like seafood paella.

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-It makes me sound more classy.

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-If I was an animal,

-what would I be?

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-A monkey.

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-A monkey? That's what you

-think of me, is it?

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-No.

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-No.

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-What are you doing?

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-I wasn't going to hurt you.

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-I thought we'd sorted this.

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-Come here.

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-You're going to be great tonight.

-Right, are we ready?

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-Yes.

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-I didn't expect you to compete

-in contests of this sort.

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-It's hardly your kind of thing,

-is it?

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-What, St Dwynwen's Day? Of course

-it is. Sion loves Welsh events.

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-And he loves me.

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-Oh, something happens to people

-on days like this.

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-Another glass of wine, please, Dani.

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-I think I'll have a large

-vodka tonic. You?

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-A pint then.

-No, no, an orange juice.

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-I want to keep my head clear.

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-I've placed a bet on you winning,

-so if you lose I want a fiver.

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-Just give it to her now.

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-Two pints and...

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-Two secs.

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-I've only got one pair of hands.

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-I've only got one pair of hands.

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-Isn't Mathew working tonight?

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-He'll be here soon.

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-I hope you're all ready for some

-competition. We're here to win.

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-It's supposed to be a bit of fun.

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-It's nice doing something together.

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-BELL

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-Come on, Mathew!

-Everybody's waiting.

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-I don't know why you're laughing

-because I like it!

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-Do you know where your mother is?

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-Yes.

-She's left you for a younger model.

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-Shut up, Chester.

-He's winding you up.

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-Yes, I guessed that.

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-Just because he hasn't

-got a girlfriend, unlike us.

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-You've got a girlfriend?

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-A boyfriend. Saeed.

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-Whoa, now! You're too young

-to have a boyfriend.

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-Maybe I'll have a word with him.

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-No. Tell him.

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-No. No, Chester's right.

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-Maybe I should go over, you know,

-and have a chat with his father.

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-Uncle Garry could come too.

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-No. Please, don't.

-I really like him and maybe...

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-You're so annoying!

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-Hey, alright?

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-I've been feeling guilty all day,

-so...

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-A ukulele.

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-Thanks very much. Great.

-You didn't have to spend so much.

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-No, I got a bargain.

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-I thought you could play us

-a few songs.

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-What was your band called?

-The Cards?

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-The Covers.

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-Oh, I can't wait to arrange a gig.

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-You do like it, do you?

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-You do like it, do you?

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-I love it. Thanks.

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-Who wants another cuppa?

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-Yes, go on then.

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-Have you eaten?

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-Give Sion and Gwyneth a clap.

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-A very decent score

-of six out of ten.

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-Congratulations. Well done you.

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-I told you I listen

-more than you think.

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-You've been revising.

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-The next couple to be questioned...

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-..Ed and Sioned.

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-Sioned, come with me to answer

-the secret questions.

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-I'm quite nervous.

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-It's only a bit of fun.

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-It's only a bit of fun.

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-I don't want to let Sioned down.

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-Look, I saw Kelly earlier.

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-Don't tell me she was gossiping

-about Sioned and me.

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-She seems to be obsessed with us.

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-Making up stories, spouting

-all sorts of silly comments.

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-I think she's got a screw loose.

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-She's always looking

-for a story and drama.

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-That's how she is.

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-I expected better of you.

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-I thought the Deri would be a haven

-to escape St Dwynwen nonsense.

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-I'll do anything for money.

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-If I can have your attention.

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-I've got Sioned's answers.

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-Now, let's see if Ed knows her

-as well as he thinks. Are you ready?

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-Yes.

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-What would be Sioned's

-ideal holiday location?

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-Bora Bora.

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-Correct.

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-But for an extra point, why?

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-She fell in love with the place...

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-..when she saw

-that the Kardashians had been there.

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-Correct.

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-Come on. Just one tune.

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-Come on. Just one tune.

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-Not now. Dinner's almost ready.

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-Do you know

-any songs by One Direction?

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-No, thank goodness.

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-No, only the um...

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-..the classics.

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-What classics?

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-Not now, he said.

-Go and do your homework.

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-We haven't had dinner yet.

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-I'll give you a shout

-when it's ready. Off you go.

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-You don't like it, do you?

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-It's not that.

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-Oh, I've bought the wrong one.

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-No. I love it.

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-But, um...

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-..I have no idea how to play it.

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-The tambourine was my instrument

-in the band.

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-I knew there was something.

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-You made it sound

-as if you were a rock star.

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-I was. I was, right.

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-The tambourine can be cool too.

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-What?

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-Yes, as cool as Aaron's recorder!

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-Finally, what does Sioned do

-when she's angry?

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-Oh, Kelly. Better late than never.

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-It's the last question.

-What does she do when she's angry?

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-I can help with that question.

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-I don't think I need your help,

-thanks.

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-She goes shopping.

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-She goes shopping.

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-Correct.

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-I think we can all agree that these

-two know each other quite well.

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-Congratulations, Ed and Sioned!

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-He's scared of her.

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-He's shaking in his boots while

-he's kissing her! Stop this, Kelly.

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-No way.

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-We'll have a five minute break...

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-..before we go to our final couple,

-Iolo and Tyler.

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-I need a pint.

-I'm sweating like a pig.

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-You look quite sexy in that.

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-Do I? Maybe it's worth it then.

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-It must be hard coming to something

-like this when you're single.

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-I know.

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-I'm sure you'll find someone.

-Just like I found Ed.

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-It's been great since that day.

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-Listen, I don't want you

-talking to Sioned.

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-Don't worry. I didn't say anything.

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-I wouldn't

-because I'm on your side.

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-Why are you so obsessed with us?

-Are you jealous?

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-You confessed all to me.

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-I didn't say anything. And even

-if I did, no-one will believe you.

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-I'm happy with Sioned and everyone

-here tonight has seen that.

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-So leave us alone.

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-Hiya.

-Do you want another vodka tonic?

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-I'll get these.

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-You've already beaten us

-and we haven't been up yet!

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-Favourite food. I don't know.

-Chinese?

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-It's you that likes Chinese.

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-No. The right answer is steak.

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-What? You never want one

-when I offer to cook you one.

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-Because you cook it

-until it's black!

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-It doesn't make sense

-to have blood on a plate!

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-Alright, alright, Grandma!

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-Well done, boys. A very respectable

-score of five out of ten.

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-Well done.

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-You need to phone Melanie!

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-I don't think

-we need to count up the points.

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-The obvious winners tonight are...

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-Drum roll, please.

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-Sioned and Ed! Congratulations!

-Well done you.

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-You've won

-a professional photoshoot.

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-Although,

-you don't need a professional...

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-..to make you look beautiful!

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-Not Sioned, maybe,

-but I'm happy to accept any help.

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-Do you want me to open it?

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-Do you want me to open it?

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-No. We'll celebrate at home.

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-Dan, did we have to be so generous?

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-A bottle would have been enough.

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-Don't dare grumble or I'll be

-asking where my present is. OK?

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-Come on. It's obvious what it is.

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-Bing Bong?

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-Bing Bong! No, no, no.

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-# Three blind mice

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-# See how they run #

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-That's the worst version

-I've ever heard.

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-I'm useless.

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-You're not useless.

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-You've wasted your money.

-I can't do it. I'm a failure.

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-No, you're not.

-How difficult can it be?

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-A bit of practice and you'll be

-a rock star by next Christmas.

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-I don't think so.

-I just want, um...

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-To throw in the towel?

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-It's not a towel!

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-Come on. Give it another go.

0:17:190:17:21

-For me. Please?

0:17:220:17:24

-Yes, alright. For you.

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-And I can tell everyone

-in Cwmderi...

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-..that I'm going out

-with George Formby then!

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-George Formby?!

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-Don't be so soft. He played a banjo.

0:17:360:17:39

-Oh. See? You know the difference.

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-That's a start.

0:17:430:17:45

-I was really proud of you tonight.

0:17:470:17:49

-I knew we'd win

-because we're perfect...

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-..and we proved that

-to everyone tonight.

0:17:510:17:54

-What are you doing?

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-It's time for us to celebrate

-like a perfect couple.

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-You're not leaving now, are you?

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-You're not leaving now, are you?

-

-Yes.

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-I've got another day

-of job hunting tomorrow.

0:18:030:18:06

-Hey, thanks.

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-I had a laugh tonight.

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-You don't think I'd let a pretty

-girl walk home alone, do you?

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-This pretty girl doesn't need

-anyone to walk her home.

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-But what if I want to?

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-Come on.

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A fydd Kelly yn difetha'r delwedd o Sioned ac Ed fel y cwpl hapus a pherffaith? Will Kelly ruin Sioned and Ed's image as the perfect couple? What will Colin think of his present?!