Will David Cameron take up Ed Miliband's offer to share a bacon sandwich with him down the pub? Why was Jeremy Paxman so concerned for the Labour leader at the end? And does Kay Burley really feel sorry for Mother Miliband?
Are you okay Ed?
The best moment of the whole showdown came right at the end when the microphones were meant to be switched off.
After finishing his grilling of Ed Miliband, Jeremy Paxman turned to the Labour leader and with concern in his voice, he asked: "Are you alright, Ed?"
"Yes. Are you?" replied a confident Ed Miliband. Because this is a man who "stood up" to Rupert Murdoch.
Thanks for 2 mentions, Ed Miliband. Only met once for all of 2 minutes when you embarrassed me with over the top flattery.— Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) March 26, 2015
Miliband does a Paxman to Jeremy:
Asked whether he would be forced to cut a deal with the SNP, the Labour leader shot back: “You don’t get to decide the outcome of the general election – you’re important Jeremy, but not that important.” Zing.
A pint, a carrot or a bacon sandwich?
Kay Burley ends her Q&A by asking whether Miliband would consider going to the pub for a pint with David Cameron.
“I don’t know whether we’d have a pint," Miliband replied. "A carrot?" Burley asked. "We could share a bacon sandwich or something." Glad we got that one settled.
Don't tell Ed Miliband he's not tough enough
“Am I tough enough? Hell yes I'm tough enough." Miliband bats away suggestions he would be too weak on the international stage.
The cool kids think you're weird Ed.
People see you as a north London geek, Paxman tells Miliband. "Who cares?" he replies.
"Newspapers can write what they want, the bloke on the tube can say what he likes. I don't care."
Kay Burley expresses sympathy for Miliband's mum
The Sky News presenter pitied Miliband's mum when the Labour leader spoke about his "bruising" contest with his brother David over the party leadership. "Your poor mum," was Burley's comment on the matter.
Paxman grills Cameron on whether he could live on a zero-hours contract:
In pictures: Ed Miliband trying to look normal
In pictures: Ed Miliband trying to look normal
1/17 The beggar
Ed Miliband casually gives money to a homeless woman in Manchester, surrounded by press photographers.
2/17 The Bacon Sandwich
Ed Miliband buys a bacon sandwich from cafe owner Antonios Foufas at New Covent Garden Market in London as he kicks off a day of campaigning on the eve of the local and European elections
3/17 The Bacon Sandwich
Ed Miliband chats with a cafe owner Antonios Foufas at New Covent Garden Market in London
4/17 The Bacon Sandwich
Ed Miliband embarked on a whirlwind campaign tour of England - but struggled at the first hurdle (a bacon sandwich). Aides intervened after just a few less-than-elegant bites
5/17 Flower Shopping
Ed Miliband talks with a couple of traders at New Covent Garden Market in London
6/17 Flower Shopping
Ed Miliband purchases some red roses for his wife at New Covent Garden Market in London
7/17 Talking Business
Ed Miliband talks with a trader at New Covent Garden Market in London
8/17 Good Morning Britain
Miliband on ITV's Good Morning Britain show on 20 May 2014, a day of gaffes in which he was also caught out by BBC Wiltshire for not knowing who the local Labour leader was
9/17 '£70 Weekly Shop'
Ed was accused of being 'out of touch with reality' after he seemed not to know what he - or the average British family - spends on a weekly food shop
10/17 Drop in Polls
Ed Miliband paid a visit to Leighton Hospital in Crewe to speak with the staff about the NHS, but faced difficult questions about polls showing his personal ratings falling well behind those David Cameron and George Osborne
11/17 On the Sofa with Farage
Ed Miliband appeared on the Andrew Marr Show to debate with Nigel Farage - but has all but conceded defeat in the Newark by-election, allowing Ukip a free run at the Tories
12/17 Wollies in Wellies
Miliband was among a number of politicians to come under fire for 'touring' the floods in the South and South West earlier this year
13/17 Wollies in Wellies
The Labour leader admitted it was 'a difficult decision for politicians whether to visit areas like this'
14/17 Missed Opportunity
Miliband's performance at the Labour conference last year failed to make much of an impression on voters, polls suggested
15/17 Sharing the Moment
Miliband, Nick Clegg, David Cameron and Angus Robinson enjoy their moment with Andy Murray, after the tennis player's Wimbledon win
16/17 Casual Husband
Miliband and his wife Justine are pictured in their hotel room in Brighton as he prepares to give his keynote speech to the annual Labour Party Conference
17/17 The Milibands
Just your average family of four?