The mental image of Detective MC just flinging their hair around like one of those people in a shampoo commercial is probably the most amusing thing I could see them doing (and I already find their habit of placing their hands on their hips when they're about to get sassy a somewhat amusing character quirk of theirs). Like this is what the vampires are seeing every time the Detective turns around.
Or this if they're sitting at their desk.
(Not that Lupin can pull either of these off; his hair isn't long enough to star in a shampoo commercial )
Speaking the physical body and way that it will be interacted with:
It was really fascinating to see the vampires reacting to the sound of the Detective's message. I'm not sure if it's simply a case of them solely reacting to the fact that it's the voice of someone who is catching their interest or if a sensitivity toward sound makes them especially reactive toward their voice, but it's interesting to see what the sound of their voice causes them to feel (if they had a rather intimate experience the night before).
When Ava/Adam hear's their voice, it surprisingly makes them feel at ease...for like five seconds until they realize that the Detective had gone off on their own (I imagine that buying a new phone for Ava/Adam when their temper gets the best of them is something very common). But it certainly says something that the sound of Detective MC's voice is starting to have a similar effect to how Nat/Nate, a friend that Ava/Adam has known for who-knows-how-many years, can somewhat keep them calm when they're being at their most stubborn.
When Felix/Farah hears the voice mail, they lick their lips at the very sound of it. Aside from the fact that the action brings up the mental image of my cat licking the top part of her mouth after eating really juicy wet food, Felix is certainly just as effective about it but in a more...I don't even know what to make of this reaction aside from them smiling, clearly pleased to hear the Detective's voice, It really gives me flashes of a large panther licking its lips after finding some really tasty prey that they haven't taken down yet.
When Nat/Nate hears the voicemail, it brings a smile to their face and they actually contemplate listening to it again. Nat/Nate is taking a interest enough that they're willing to interact with technology once more, despite not being fond of it (I take it they may be a vampire who was turned during a period of where there wasn't much technology or they just don't have a liking for the stuff). Their interaction with the phone makes me wonder how lost they would be in Detective MC's room if it has a lot of technology.
And out of all of them, Manson's reaction to the Detective's voice was the most interesting to me. For someone who only really seems to listen to Ava/Adam and Agent Mum, the fact that they sifted a bit from the sound of the Detective's voice seems like it say quite a bit about how the Detective is slowly getting under their skin. Even moreso when, unlike if you didn't have a moment with them, they end the voicemail but actually don't delete the voicemail itself. An odd action indeed for a person who prefers the silence and isn't too keen about being around humans in general.
I really can't wait to see how the Detective will be able to get out of the situation with the murderer quickly enough...and see how the group reacts when the Detective returns. I keep imagining that Lupin just casually returns, only to be see Ava in the distance glaring and the others not looking too pleased themselves, so he quickly turns on his heels to escape.
Soooo, if the Detective, say, pretended in the most deadpan voice that the phone wasn't working as the Mayor was trying to yell their ear off and just casually hung up on the man in the middle of his screeching fit...?