Ed Miliband was given a rough ride by the Question Time audience but his biggest stumble of the night came right at the end - when he quite literally stumbled off the stage.
You might think she was joking, but a closer look at pictures of the Prime Minister's sweaty face suggests a politician may have actually given a right answer for once.
It could have been so much worse for Mr Miliband - he could have emulate former Labour leader Neil Kinnock's famous 'beach moment':
The night started well for Mr Miliband as he walked confidently up some steps - albeit with some guidance.
It all went downhill from there. At least he didn't end up on his backside though - that would have handed the right-wing press a week's worth of front-pages.
The #Milistumble, as it was dubbed on Twitter, quickly became the most-talked about moment of his whole 30-minute interrogation and sparked a flurry of jokes on social media.
If he succeeds in his mission to become Prime Minister, they may have to build a ramp outside Number 10 Downing Street.
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