It was an eventful debate and one where the personalities and opinions of seven political leaders clashed.
But overshadowing the important stuff like, you know our economy and futures, was the sheer awkwardness of the whole debacle.
As the men and woman bickered before a bemused audience, here is what had us cringing and wishing that the entire General Election was over.
1. When Julie Etchingham had absolutely no control over proceedings, with David Cameron ignoring her requests for him to stop talking.
2. When Natalie Bennett was almost too nervous to speak.
3. When Ed Miliband insisted in looking directly into the camera and addressing the ‘people at home’
4. When the audience laughed everytime that Nigel Farage spoke.
5. When the beautiful relationship between David Cameron and Nick Clegg disintegrated into a BFF tiff.
6. When Nigel Farage referred to Nicola Sturgeon’s constituents as the ‘canny Scots’
7. When Leanne Wood reluctantly agreed with Nigel Farage and he said: ‘Well done.’
8. When David Cameron made this face every time Nicola Sturgeon reminded him he’d missed his targets:
9. When Nick Clegg looked bored or out of his depth.
10. When the politicians looked pleased with themselves upon remembering the name of the audience member who asked the question.
11. When both Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg made a big deal of telling those of us at home how they were different to David Cameron.
12. The increase in tension when Nigel Farage used the word foreign.
13. When panel members were doodling while Julie Etchingham spoke
14. When Nigel Farage spoke as if he were a game show host from the 1980s
15. When David Cameron patronised Terry in the audience by thanking him for working for the NHS.
16. This really creepy moment:
17. When Nicola Sturgeon cried out ‘what!?’ several times when Nick Clegg had barely started talking.
18. When Nigel Farage dared to attack people from other countries with HIV before adding an after thought that he felt bad for their situation.
19. When Leanne Wood told Nigel Farage that he should be ashamed and won the night’s first round of applause.
20. When Ed Miliband implored the country to vote him as Prime Minister as if he were asking for votes in Big Brother.
21. When the viewers were teased with the carrot of controversy by being promised that we would be talking about immigration after the break.
22. When Nick Clegg simplified everything by reminding everyone that there is good immigration and bad immigration.
23. When Natalie Bennett started every point by agreeing with someone else who had spoken in an attempt to find an ally.
24. When David Cameron asked Nigel Farage to look at his record and the UKIP leader scoffed that he already had.
25. When David Cameron claimed that UKIP were providing a back door to Labour and Ed Miliband asked him which world he lived in.
26. When Nigel Farage was reminded that he is married to a foreigner.
27. When a member of the audience started yelling out and spoke over David Cameron’s response.
28. When David Cameron reminded Ed Miliband that around 70 Labour MPs had employees on zero hour contracts.
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