Disclaimer: I don't own Kim Possible, and this fic is totally AU since they decided to include another season, or twenty… wouldn't that be nice? Kim Possible with as many, if not more seasons than the Simpson's?

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Author's Notes: Yes, yes, I know that this chapter is LONG overdue. With some blocks removed, I decided to try and start updating some of my existing works. This one gets to go first, because Death and Rebirth is going to take some work, (If you really want to know I have written myself into a corner that I don't know how to get out of to tell the truth.) though it is in the process of being worked on also. The Past Changed is being received much better than I had imagined, and the next chapter has been started in rough draft. I won't mention my PR fic that I am surprised that it isn't getting flames for the pairing. Anyway, onto Ned and Mona's date…

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At nine twenty in the evening, the lights of Middleton's Bueno Nacho were turned out, and by nine twenty-one the alarm was set and the doors locked and double checked. The only two cars in the parking lot were an old beat up lime green Chevette, and a new slick BMW. The owners of the twovehicles looked at each other, and smiled at each other.

"I am glad that I assessed you cleaning abilities correctly, you were of great help in the cleaning of the store," said the bespectacled male of the two.

"I am glad that I lived up to your expectations, Ned; I don't like to disappoint people." She looked around, seeing the parking lot clean and cleared of all other vehicles. "So, I guess I will follow you to the bank and to your house?"

"That would be the practical course of action, or we could leave my car here and proceed directly."

Mona nodded, "Well, I thought you might want to get cleaned up alittle before we go."

Ned had to concede that point. He nodded, "That would not be abad idea." He turned to go to his car, but was stopped by a hand on his shoulder.

"Or, we could just go in my car and I could drop you off here on the way back," Mona said in a soft rolling tone, as she undid her hair from the bun that it was in and let it fall down, while thinking the last part of her sentence, 'in the morning.'

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The deposit was made into the after hours deposit at the bank with no problems, and soon they were at Ned's humble efficiency apartment. Truth be told, this was the part that he had dreaded. True, he didn't live with his parents, but this wasn't much more. Not only was everything but the bathroom in one room, it was decorated in early geek bachelor. Space Passage adorned the walls in both classic, and New Iteration incarnations. He knew that he had no chances with the woman once she saw all of this, but there was no way that he was going to let her stay in her care in his neighborhood.

He cringed as his turned on the lights to his apartment; at least he knew that it would be clean. His apartment's cleanliness mirrored his store. Much chagrined he turned to Mona after shutting the door, "Iwon't be but a moment, then we can go to the restaurant."

"Take your time, there is no rush," she said as she sat down, her long legs slowly crossing.

Ned grabbed the nearest clothes that he could find, and then stumbled into the bathroom and shut the door. He quickly started the shower and stripped and got under the coursing water. As he lathered and cleansed his body, he tried to convince himself that he had been reading the signals wrong, and that Mona wasn't coming onto him, but he couldn't convince himself of that. It was obvious, just like in all of the movies and books. He got out of the shower and toweled himself off and sighed. He looked into the mirror and thought that it was going to be a cruel joke, but there was no way he could resist. As per the movies and books, things like this came along once in a lifetime for people such as him, and they were not to be missed.

Quickly dressing, he then opened the door and was about to speak when he saw something that he had never seriously considered outside of a dream. Mona was stretched out on his bed, her head on his pillow, while her feet dangled off the end of the bed. She must have heard the creaking of the door,because she towards Ned and an obvious blush of embarrassment.

"I, I'm sorry, you bed just looked so comfortable, I guess you are ready to go," she stretched out, and pivoted up her rear before arching her back, accentuating even more her womanly curves. She then stood and slipped her shoes back on. She crossed to Ned and stopped close to him. "Ned, I think we both know what is going to happen by the end of the night…" she paused and swallowed hard, "I know I can be forward and pushy. Some have called me an out and out bitch. I'll understand if you don't want to go."

Ned's brain just went from ninety miles an hour, into a twenty mile an hour turn. "What? I mean, I have seen nothing like that; I mean we don't know what the night holds…"

Mona stopped his babbling with a hard kiss to his lips that shocked him into silence. He resisted from the surprise, but soon relaxed and began to tentatively return the embrace of the lips. Too soon the kiss was relinquished. The dazed and confused look on Ned's face worried Mona. "Ned, say something, please, tell me I didn't mess up."

Through Ned's mind were racing all movies so he could say the right thing. Looking deep into her eyes, he said the only thing that he could think of, "You had me at hello."