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The trio return to Higgins Wimpole Street laboratory exhausted from the nights happenings They talk about the evening and their great success though Higgins seems rather bored more concerned with his inability to find slippers While he talks absentmindedly with Pickering Eliza slips out returns with his slippers and lays them on the floor before him without a word When he notices them he thinks that they appeared out of nowhere Higgins and Pickering begin to speak as if Eliza is not there with them saying how happy they are that the entire experiment is over agreeing that it had become rather boring in the last few months The two of them then leave the room to go to bed Eliza is clearly hurt Elizas beauty turns murderous say the stage directions but Higgins and Pickering are oblivious to her Higgins pops back in once again mystified over what he has done with his slippers and Eliza promptly flings them in his face Eliza is mad enough to kill him she thinks that she is no more important to him than his slippers At Higgins retort that she is presumptuous and ungrateful she answers that no one has treated her badly but that she is still left confused about what is to happen to her now that the bet has been won Higgins says that she can always get married or open that flower shop both of which she eventually does but she replies by saying that she wishes she had been left where she was before She goes on to ask whether her clothes belong to her meaning what can she take away with her without being accused of thievery Higgins is genuinely hurt something that does not happen to him often She returns him a ring he bought for her but he throws it into the fireplace After he leaves she finds it again but then leaves it on the dessert stand and
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