Tonight's 6:30 national news on ABC ws the final broadcast of Charles "Charlie" Gibson.
It was a weeklong goodbye, as Gibson said, "you may have heard a time or 6", with Gibson on each broadcast since Monday, sharing different memories of his long farewell.
Gibson, you'll remember, came in to the anchor job when ABC News was in trouble. The network had replaced the late, great Peter Jennings with two anchors -- Bob Woodruff and Elizabeth Vargas in 2006. But Woodruff was badly injured by an IED in Iraq, and Vargas got pregnant, and had to take a leave. In disarray, ABC pulled Gibson off of "Good Morning America," a gig, ironically, that was supposed to be temporary for he and Diane Sawyer.