“Endless Chatterbox Or Espionage Commander?!?”


This is #016 of “The Lloyd Servant Show,” and it certainly does look like appearances can indeed be deceiving! Too bad no one ever asked Miss Gladys what she did before she quit her job to stay home with her kitties and watch “The Lloyd Servant Show”!

(By the way, did you know that Julia Child, the great chef, had a career in espionage during World War II? She worked in the Office of Strategic Services, the predecessor of the CIA!)

That endless chatterbox act was just part of her cover, and it may have even kept her safe from whatever weird hypnotic effects the television show seems to have! Miss Gladys Louise Brinkle, you are full of surprises!

Hopefully no one is upset by her rather strong use of language (“My Aunt Fanny!”) or that she is carrying a gun (what looks to be a WWII Luger)!

Hopefully the rescue of Miss Betty Mae is just around the corner! Will Miss Gladys succeed? Is Miss Betty Mae going to be okay? (The part about clean clothes and no more drugs did not sound good!) Will everything end with a huge “Miracle Pie Throwing Fight” in the warehouse?!?

More to follow!

“The events depicted in this comic strip are fictitious. Any similarity to any person living or dead is merely coincidental.”

5 thoughts on ““Endless Chatterbox Or Espionage Commander?!?”

  1. The best spies are the ones you would never expect. If you think that they’re all James Bondses, then you look out for the sharply dressed, tall, athletic guy and pay a lot of attention to what he does. You’d never suspect the nice little old lady type and probably wouldn’t notice if she’s up to anything. That’s why for so long some of the best spies have been the Julia Childs of the world. I remember reading that George Washington employed a number of ladies as spies – their coded communications was her doing her laundry a particular way to send specific messages.

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