Inspector Ursula’s Real Aim

An annoyed Noah finds out what's really driving Inspector Ursula
When it comes to overpriced Lego sets, where there’s a will, there’s a way.


Apparently Ursula’s a big believer in freedom of speech and action doesn’t mean freedom from consequences, especially for Noah.

Especially if Noah’s action involves not buying her stuff she wants.

(And she’s not even into Harry Potter as there’s too many pages in those books—ain’t nobody got time to read a 352 page book… and that’s just the first one—and her parents expect her to actually read instead of just listen to the audiobooks, but she’s never seen a gigantic expensive Lego set she didn’t want… in order to make Noah build it for her while she supervises…)


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Comic description

In case of broken image links or accessibility issues with today’s cartoon, here’s the gist of today’s cartoon:

Noah, annoyed, asks Ursula, “Why do you want to be a private eye anyway?” Ursula grins as she reaches for a cookie and replies, “For the money.”

Noah asks, “Since when do you need money?” Ursula answers, “Since you refuse to buy me that $600 Hogwarts Castle Lego set.”