Her foster parents were deaf with young Abby subsequently learning American Sign Language to communicate with them. During her youth, Abby moved and got a chance to experience most of the southern United States. At the age of ten, she learnt how to drive a manual transmission. Upon finishing high school, she went to college, graduating with full honors from Louisiana State University with a triple major in Sociology, Criminology, and psychology. Abby enjoys caffeine, primarily in the form of large cups of a fictional drink called "Caf-Pow". At times, when she is worried about the caffeine interfering with her sleep, she drinks "No-Caf-Pow" instead. Abby has shown a tendency to become very agitated, to the point of near-panic, if any of the team is seriously hurt.
NCIS Season 11 Finale to Feature Death of Gibbs' Father
The following is a list of people who are known for their dwarfism and who have been open about it. While these people are not known for being the shortest ever , they have been mentioned in sources describing how the condition has affected their lives. In some given cases the height of the person is unknown except to say that they were mentioned as a "dwarf" in various media. This list does not include every prominent person with dwarfism, as others are already included on other linked Wikipedia lists.
From the opening scene, you knew this would be not just an unusual episode of NCIS, but a somber, dark and gut-wrenching installment that would leave viewers reeling. The aptly-titled " Swan Song " began with Gibbs stoically standing in the rain, helplessly watching a body bag carted off. As promised, the victim was a major NCIS figure. Even as the story unfolded in reverse, with dots connected throughout the night, the identity of the person ins the bag and the toll this loss took on Gibbs were obvious.