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The scene at Higgins' mother's house. It's almost exactly the same as its My Fair Lady counterpart (the scene at Ascot), only with an extra character (Clara Eynsford-Hill) and a different punctuating line, which only serves to cue Eliza off stage (although in the movie it ends the scene). Clara then goes to demonstrate that Eliza wasn't quite so off in her usage of the word "bloody".