|Wednesday, October 7, 2009|
|Panel 1: In
the Davies College common room, Marie and Steve stand looking at
Barbara, who is dressed as Sherlock Holmes. Behind them, a mysterious
pyjamas-clad man is sipping coffee and reading the newspaper.|
Marie: You're about to do something embarrassing, aren't you?
Barbara: I am a professional, madam. My behaviour is impeccable.
Panel 3: Barbara walks up to the man.
Barbara: Excuse me, my good sir.
Barbara: Who the devil are you?
Steve [to Marie]: I supposed "impeccable" could be a synonym for "unbelievably blunt."
Alt-Text: You wonder how Sherlock Holmes solved most of his cases? He ASKED STUPID QUESTIONS...that's how. Then he jumped to conclusions and called it deductive reasoning. Worked every time.