The Green woman is a good performer in these scenarios, but obviously having only one MP (herself) is a token presence
But when she got the question on climate change... I've never seen someone so happy at getting a debate question, she looked like her life's goal had been reached in that exact moment, even the large furnace can't begrudge her that. On the flipside, Paul Nuttall seems like the type of guy who would build a massive furnace and keep it on 24/7 just to spite that uppity bastard oxygen. Not to mention that UKIP have the grand total of 0 MPs, they'd be the first to go in this trimming of tokens.
And if we rate the candidates on their potato-based prolificness, are we going by football-style tactics (in which UKIP are pretty much the political equivalent of "loomp it up t'big man")
, or on how they handle potato-related incidents? May looked like she was going to spontaneously dissolve
, Corbyn handled his really well
, and Farron seems more of a dessert man after last night but gets points for taking that fish finger situation in his stride.