Monday night saw the much anticipated Channel 4 documentary 'Ukip: The First 100 Days'.
And what did we learn from this original piece of TV programming? Well, nothing but we all stayed up especially so let's try and tease something out of it.
Here we go...
1) In a Ukip world traditional notions of left and right have been turned on their head.
"Far right protestors.." say Channel 4 before panning a Israeli flag into shot… #UKIP100Days— Harry Cole (@MrHarryCole) February 16, 2015
2) Peter Snow should be on TV more.
Good to see Peter Snow and the swimgometer back on TV. Not so keen on the result #UKIP100Days— Michael Mullaney (@miketmullaney) February 16, 2015
3) Neil Hamilton as Deputy PM is more terrifying than wearing meat underpants in a cage full of feral dogs.
— HuffPostUKPolitics (@HuffPostUKPol) February 16, 2015
4) Some people didn't quite appear to get the premise behind the show.
Is this #UKIP100Days for real?! I'm all for some immigration control - but not by that bunch of freaks and crackpots— Awesome* dad (@Cheeky_Blobfish) February 16, 2015
5) To be fair, Priyanga Burford was pretty good.
I cannot stress how good Priyanga Burford is playing deepa. We pretty much argued for a week on camera #ukip100days— Chris Atkins (@scatatkins) February 16, 2015
6) Even fictional hashtags can gain real traction.
7) If it did happen it'd probably resemble the brilliant 'Children of Men' (if you haven't seen it watch it NOW).
This is how I imagine a UKIP Britain would look like.February 16, 2015
8) Regardless of who leads us, many Brits will complain about anything even in complete ignorance.
9) Ukip would have to increase NHS spending to deal with a new breed of heart condition.
"My skin may be brown but my heart is red, blue, and white!"
To be fair, that is a good line. #UKIP100Days— Nadim Muslim (@NadimMuslim) February 16, 2015
10) If it had lasted just one day longer things would have got really interesting.
11) But mostly...
Well that was a load of rubbish #UKIP100days— Owen Bennett (@owenjbennett) February 16, 2015