"Okay... just what the hell do you think you're doing?" I said slowly, coming to a complete halt as I felt an unfamiliar hand slip places I was beyond not comfortable with. If I hadn't known who it was and that it was who it was, I would've knocked the person out right then and there. But seeing as the hand belonged to Gilroy...

Without removing his hand, Gilroy slithered around into my view, face way too far into my personal bubble. I'd known that sneer of his was creepy, but I hadn't realized until just now how creepy it was. He seemed so pleased with himself in such a sick way.

"Oh, come on, Michael," he chided. "Don't tell me you didn't see something like this coming?"

I didn't answer. To be honest, I hadn't thought about it. But now that his hand was down my pants, I was looking back and... Well. It is true that hindsight is 20/20.

"I mean, the black and red suit!" Gilroy continued. His hand was moving again and it was taking all my strength not to sock him. He smiled again and leaned in. Instinctively, I recoiled, wishing Fi weren't on some mission of her own and would magically show up and put a couple of rounds through this creep's head. I was done. This was going too far. I didn't care how much trouble he could cause, this was over. Now.

I closed my eyes for a brief moment to gather myself. When I opened them, I smiled back at Gilroy and slipped an arm around him.

"I suppose I could experiment..." I replied quietly. Gilroy's smile widened and he leaned in even further. I could feel his breath on my face, hot and heavy. Dis. Gus. Ting.

Before Gilroy knew what was happening, I'd pulled the pistol he had tucked in his pants out and pushed it into his ribs.

"Or maybe not," I finished and pulled the trigger.

I felt a little morbid about it, but I couldn't help but smile when Gilroy fell to the ground with a paralyzed look of shock etched into his face. I didn't linger, though: someone would've heard that. Tucking the pistol away, I turned heel and ran, still smiling.

Fi would be proud.

A/N: I love reviewers and live for constructive criticism!