Ed Miliband and David Cameron have been grilled on live TV and in time-honoured tradition, the internet made fun of everything.
The fun started as soon as the two men arrived, having awkwardly chosen exactly the same outfit.
Then Nigel Farage showed his anti-establishment credentials by gatecrashing the event, or, more likely, accepting an invite to it.
Farage opted for a glass of red wine rather than a pint, which The Guardian was shocked by.
Cameron's grilling from Jeremy Paxman came first, and Paxman went in for the kill immediately.
To be honest, everyone was quite distracted by the enormous table.
Nigel Farage looked on from the backstage shadows.
Miliband tried to get in on the action a bit too early.
Jeremy Paxman didn't look very impressed.
Neither did Owen Jones.
And Gary Lineker was just confused.
Anyway, people seemed to think Paxman got the best of Cameron.
The next bit saw Cameron being grilled by the audience, but it wasn't very exciting.
Except for one moment when it sounded like Kay Burley introduced Zayn Malik.
It turned out just to be this guy.
Then it was Ed Miliband's time to be grilled by the audience, and they asked some awkward questions.
Such as "Why are you so gloomy?" as a big gloomy picture of Ed Miliband looked on in the background.
In fact Ed looked very sad.
But things looked up when he got an unlikely campaign boost from Katie Hopkins' pledge to leave the country if he becomes PM.
In his final grilling by Paxman, Ed came out fighting. When asked whether he was up to running the country, he said: "Hell yes I'm tough enough."
It raised some eyebrows.
And it didn't sound like the audience was completely convinced.
Soon it was all over, and we all basically just felt like this.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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