Hey, everyone! This is my first fic, so please be kind. I do appreciate advice though. This idea just came to me after drinking half a bottle of Mountain Dew and sitting home by myself for 3 hours. Rated T because I don't want to get in trouble by people saying it's rated to low. I just fixed a mistake or two that I missed the first time around so, enjoy!

Disclaimer: Sadly, I do not own NCIS or any of its character. If I did Kate would not have died, and I am in denial that she did.

Abby sat at her computer sipping her Caff-Pow and working on some test for yet another case. As she finished, she decided to take the results up to Gibbs instead of waiting for him to come down. Besides, she wanted to say hi to everyone. It was still early and no one had come to visit her yet.

Turning off her music, ("If you could call it that" Gibbs had remarked once) she headed towards the elevator. It opened before she even pressed the button. Inside, two disheveled and very red agents sprang apart and started stuttering out some incoherent explanation.

"Uh, Gibbs just sent us to…uh…" Kate stopped, searching for words.

"To…um… to check on…uh... how the tests where coming Abs," Tony finished in a rush looking at his feet. Abby was beaming from ear to ear.

"Well, it took you two long enough! I bet McGee you would get together ages ago." She smiled at the surprised looks on their faces. "Anyway, I was just coming up to bring the results to Gibbs now. Uh, Kate, there's a brush on my desk I think you might need." Abby said, looking at Kate's messy hair, "And you two might want to find a better place to do that next time, or a certain Silver Haired Fox might find you!" She said with a wicked grin on her face. Kate and Tony just smiled sheepishly. She bounced into the elevator and pressed a button, still smiling.

Abby woke up and stared into the darkness with an amused look on her face. She couldn't wait to tell Kate about this dream in the morning. Drifting back to sleep in her coffin, she said to herself, "Well, that was defiantly more interesting then the one about the zoo!"