Rownd a Rownd spoilers: 4th – 6th February 2020

Welsh

Ar ôl i Carys gyfaddef nad ydi hi eisiau plentyn arall mae Barry’n ansicr am eu dyfodol ac yn ansicr am leisio hynny wrthi hi na neb arall.

Tra bod y dyfodol yn edrych yn addawol i Iris ac Arthur gyda’u mentrau newydd, bydd amheuon yn codi am ba mor awyddus ydi Arthur i fod yn rhan o dîm. Wrth i dîm y Ks uno i fynd am drip teuluol, mae Britney’n teimlo’n fwy a mwy ynysig, sydd yn agor y drws i ddylanwad drwg Iestyn, a hwnnw’n gwybod yn iawn be mae o’n ei wneud.

Wedi i Carys fod yn dyst i ffrwgwd rhwng Barry ac Aled mae peryg mawr i’w cyfrinach gael ei ddatgelu, ond llwydda Aled i gadw’r cyfan dan reolaeth. Gan fod Mel wrth ei bodd yn cadw cwmni i’r hogiau yn nhŷ’r athrawon mi ddyliai Mathew fod ar ben ei ddigon, ond mae’n parhau i ddilorni ei gariad newydd.

Gyda Iolo ac Aled yn ei feirniadu’n llym cawn yr argraff bod Mathew yn difaru, ond nid yw’n fodlon cyfaddef hynny.

English

Following Carys’s confession that she isn’t ready for another baby, Barry is uncertain about their future and uncertain about voicing his opinions to her or anyone else.

While the future looks promising for both Arthur and Iris and their new ventures, doubts begin to arise about Arthur’s willingness to be a team player. As the Ks prepare to leave on a family outing, Britney feels more and more isolated, which leads to her being influenced by Iestyn, and not in a positive way.

After Carys witnesses a brawl between Barry and Aled there is a great risk that their secret will be revealed, but Aled manages to keep control of the situation – for the time being. As Mel continues to enjoy keeping the boys company at the house, Mathew should be delighted but continues to belittle his new girlfriend. When Aled and Iolo criticise him for this, we get the impression that Mathew is remorseful, but he isn’t willing to admit it.

Rownd a Rownd airs Tuesday and Thursday at 6.30 on S4C with catchup on BBC Iplayer and S4C Clic.

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