Well, the evening has ended on something of a bombshell with Neil Lennon's revelation that he may consider his position as Hibs head coach after their 2-1 defeat by Hearts.
Was that just frustration and emotion taking over? Or has the Northern Irishman seen something tonight that makes him question whether he wants to stay in Edinburgh?
Fourth place - if that's where Hibs end up - is hardly to be sniffed at for a club in their first season back in the top flight.
Anyway, Hibs now need a six-goal margin of victory over Rangers if they are to finish third, which seems a tad unlikely.
That game is one of three in the final round of fixtures this Sunday, with champions Celtic hosting second-placed Aberdeen and Kilmarnock hosting Hearts.
Before that on Saturday, attention turns to the bottom of the table, with Ross County needing a win at St Johnstone in their bid to overhaul Partick Thistle and avoid automatic relegation, with Thistle possibly needing something at Dundee to ensure they are the ones in the relegation play-off.
Thanks for your company tonight and see you then.