Speaking of the "retired" Barbara Walters, she is back (did she ever leave) with another interview.
Walters sits down with Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher was having an affair and with a 6th grader.
A recap: Letourneau was a sixth-grade teacher -- and 34 years old -- when she had an affair with a 13-year-old student, Vili Fualaau.
She served seven and a half years for the relationship. In 2004, after being released from prison, she talked to Walters.
And now, Walters is talking with Fualaau and Letourneau as they approach their 10th anniversary.
This sentence from the ABC release stood out: "In the candid interview, Mary Kay tells Walters what makes their marriage work in spite of their huge difference in their age."
ABC promised "intimate details about their headline-making marriage." They include Vili Fualaau's bouts with alcoholism and depression, ABC said.
Viewers also will meet the couple's two teen daughters, Audrey and Georgia. They "are now older than Vili was when he conceived them," ABC News noted.
Letourneau tells Babs she plans to teach again and hopes to have her status as a registered sex offender lifted.
Good luck with that.
H/T Orlando Sentinel