While Jack was giving these instructions to the security guards, his radio crackled to life.
"O'Neill," Teal'c spoke. "A curious creature is sitting in my quarters."
Jack immediately toggled the switch on his radio. "Reinforcements are on their way, Teal'c, stay put and make sure the creature does too!"
He got a swift response. "Reinforcements are unnecessary, O'Neill. The creature just requires assistance."
Jack blinked. "Excuse me?"
"I believe it wants to talk to DoctorFraiser, although he did not specify her by name."
"Teal'c, I don't know what's going on, but I'm coming up."
"Are you looking for the doctor as well then, O'Neill? Because Parasite Bunny asked me, 'What's up, Doc?'."
Fingers came up to pinch his nose, as Jack closed his eyes. "I am having a nightmare, please tell me, I am having a nightmare."
A security guard, who had received another report, spoke up. "Excuse me, Colonel, there seems to be another security breach. There is a man, dressed like a hunter, going through the hallways. Sometimes he shoots, but... it looks like he's shooting chocolate eggs. Oh, and it seems he is whispering: 'Shhh. Be vewy vewy quiet, I'm hunting wabbits'. Should we bring him in, Sir?"
Jack groaned, but then frowned. "That does sound like an interesting weapon. Yes, bring him in. And go find Teal'c and his newly-acquired friend and bring him in as well. The bunny I mean, not Teal'c. And don't forget, there is still one more bunny on the loose at least!!"
"Jack!!" Daniel's voice sounded through the hallway.
"What is it?" Jack asked, hurrying towards the sound.
"I, I, I, I think I just saw a, a, a, baby rabbit..."
"O'Neill." "Jack." "Colonel." "Sir!" Four voices seemed to yell at him at once, and he looked... up? at them from his position...in a hospital bed?
"Wh-what happened?" he asked in confusion.
"You were having a nightmare, it seems, O'Neill," Teal'c stated.
"But, why am I in the infirmary?" Jack had done a quick survey of his own body and found no injuries or aches. Janet Fraiser spoke up this time.
"You had an overdose, Sir," she said dryly.
Jack's eyes widened. "What?? That's impossible, I never-"
"...An overdose of chocolate eggs, Colonel. It caused rather vivid dreams apparently."
Jack let his head fall back on the pillow. "I knew there was a reason I hated those multi-colored eggs in the nightmare..."
Sorry, not my best, but the idea wouldn't leave me alone. ;)