Despite her gruff attitude and cynical mind, I think Agatha is starting to grow on me. Then again, I love everything Sherlock Holmes (despite – or perhaps more so because of – its flaws), and she certainly exudes the same kind of personality. Christie is a bit more expressive yet happy-go-lucky than Watson, but she still plays the foil nicely when needed.
Wilfreda's defiance is cute, and it's too bad that the interrogation got her upset and she couldn't be her kind, normal self to poor Christie; of course, the blonde was being a bit presumptuous so it seems fair enough.
It's great that Agatha thinks she has the answer and…
Oh no. I think I know who it is, and if I'm right… Nah, can't be, because you'd be too annoyed with the resulting headcanon. (You know me. You know it's true. )
In any case, thanks for another fun installment of this fun tale.