The two main contenders landed a lot of verbal jabs during the third presidential election, with Donald Trump calling Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" and Clinton burning Trump on his political experience. "On the day when I was in the Situation Room monitoring the raid that brought Osama bin Laden to justice, he was hosting The Celebrity Apprentice," the former secretary of state said.
But, as always, the best zingers came from the Twitterverse. Here are the funniest tweets on last night's debate.
Some viewers found the event extremely underwhelming.
Others resorted to Snapchat filters to make it bearable.
Or summed up the event with kids books.
The Huffington Post trolled conspiracy theorists.
Trump stumped people with his take on ethics.
"I may have used building supplies from China, but it's your fault for not stopping me." Huh?#debatenight— Anne Wheaton (@AnneWheaton) October 20, 2016
Not every important issue was addressed during the proceedings.
I want a candidate to say, "I will fix the terrible new way you have to open your iPhone." #debatenight— Jon Acuff (@JonAcuff) October 20, 2016
Seriously, some big issues weren't given the attention they deserve.
'But Will Either Of Them Make Sand Glow?' Ted Cruz Asks Empty Living Room #debatenight— Onion Politics (@OnionPolitics) October 20, 2016
Trump's meltdowns may soon have an official soundtrack.
We are all watching a man drown. Phil Collins will write a song about us. #debatenight— Chris Regan (@ChrisRRegan) October 20, 2016
Glenn Beck threatened to emigrate (no word yet on whether Canada plans to build a wall).
Man, I think I may move to Canada if EITHER of these guys win!Will there be a place on earth that won't be at war?frightening. #debatenight— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) October 20, 2016
Some felt nostalgic for the tamer scandals of yesteryear.
PERSPECTIVE REMINDER: Four years ago everybody was outraged about that one time Romney put his dog on top of his car. #debatenight— JoeMyGod (@JoeMyGod) October 20, 2016
Emmy Award winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus rushed to the Emmys' defence against Trump's allegations.
A new political bromance may have begun during the debate.
Putin, Assad Clink Wine Glasses While Watching Debate In Moscow #debatenight— Onion Politics (@OnionPolitics) October 20, 2016
National pride was also rekindled...outside of America.
......and still really grateful to be Canadian 😳😜 #debatenight— Hayley Wickenheiser (@wick_22) October 20, 2016
Trump's tanning credentials were scrutinized.
Nuclear codes? We clearly can't even trust this man with self tanner #debatenight— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) October 20, 2016
Numbers were shouted.
The Daily Mail got shot down for trying to make "smile-gate" a thing.
And comedian Jay Pharoah taught us if that if there's one thing we should all take away from the 2016 election, it's that we should accuse anything we dislike of being part of a rigged system that's out to get us.
Banner image: DECEMBER 14, 2015: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at campaign event at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino the day before the CNN Republican Presidential Debate, (Joseph Sohm / Shutterstock.com)