On June 7, 2004, Dan Harris had a mental meltdown live on television while reading the news on Good Morning America. As Harris read the news, he began to have a panic attack and lost the ability to form coherent words. Four years earlier, Harris had interviewed for, and received, a job with ABC News after seven years at a television station in Bangor, Maine, and a short stint at a twenty-four hour cable news channel in Boston. Harris began at ABC News as the new co-anchor of the overnight newscast, World News Now.
"Repeat the same stuff over and over"