Genius. Poor, undiluted genius. I love your fleshed-out characters. No one's a sad cardboard cutout! If you cut into their characterization, they really bleed! If you turn 'em sideways they don't disappear! If you pluck 'em outta their 'verse they can still breathe! (okay, enough weird-ass metaphors)
Lastly, I love how, even shwasted, Agent 250 is an overprotective papa bear.
Oh since there is so many comments I don't know if it has been mentioned. But you have a gramatical error in one of 250's sentences. He says "women" (which is plural) about a single woman. I don't know if you care, I just wanted to tell you if you wanted to correct it Sorry if the message bothers anybody.
I know how it feels to have a character become fleshed out that you never intended. It's a sign of being a good writer, I've been told, but it is still annoying as hell when it happens out of the blue! Especially when you've got a dozen other fleshed out characters waiting in the back row!