Last night, if you didn't hear, Cameron, Miliband and Clegg went head to head with a Question Time audience.
You won't be surprised to hear I thought Cameron won the overall debate, and I have a reason why - Miliband.
Ed Miliband, for me, failed his voters, especially when he said he would rather a different government than forming a coalition with the SNP, or any other party.
Imagine, if you're not, you're a Labour supporter. Always have, and always will vote for them no matter what.
You despise the Tories, you despise everything they've done over the last 5 years, and then you're leader says he'd rather have another Lib-Con coalition than have to give up any of his policies, basically handing the keys back to David Cameron.
Also, imagine you're a new SNP supporter, hoping for a coalition with the SNP holding some power for once, giving Scotland the voice they deserve, and the leader of the party who give you that power basically throws your aspirations on the floor.
Ed let down a lot of people last night, in fact his whole performance was one of negativity.
He WON'T have a coalition with any other party, he WON'T offer us a referendum on the EU (which is backed by Blair), he WON'T admit Labour overspent.
Ergo, Ed WON'T become our Prime Minister (thank God).
Cameron faced equally as challenging questions as Ed, and so did Clegg, however, as someone said on Twitter last night.
Cameron and Clegg could give reasons for the cuts, NHS, tuition fees, and other difficult decisions they've made over the last 5 years, Ed had nothing.