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Upon returning from the opera, Higgins and Pickering's behavior suggests all of the following EXCEPT:
They have forgotten about Eliza.
They have grown bored with their endeavor to pass Eliza off as a lady.
They assume their relationships with Eliza will continue just as it has.
They take full credit for their success.
They expect Eliza will move on to a new life.