|Cartoon debut||"Phony Fern"|
|Voiced by||Holly G. Frankel|
Virgule Watteau is a fictional detective appearing in some of Fern's stories.
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Virgule Watteau is an anthropomorphic dog with grey fur. She wears a white collared shirt, a purple vest, a grey bow tie, a blue suit jacket, blue trousers, and black shoes. She also carries a cane and a magnifying glass. Despite being a female, she had a brown mustache in her first appearance.
She is a quick thinker, usually disarming her foes by throwing something she finds nearby. She speaks in the third person with a heavy French accent. She is also allergic to peanuts.
Behind the scenes
- She is probably a parody of Hercule Poirot.
- 1104a. "Phony Fern"
- 1609a. "Fern and the Case of the Stolen Story"
- 1708b. "Crime and Consequences"
- 1803a. "The Case of the Girl with the Long Face"