Those are usually the first questions analysts and pundits ask after any leaders' debate.
On Tuesday night — at the Ontario leaders' debate — there was no game changer.
There was no major gaffe and there was no knock-out punch.
I think most would agree, however, that all three leaders' stuck to their respective talking points to help solidify their base.
Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne addressed the gas plant scandal early and tried to change the channel by framing Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak as the scary boogeyman.
"I've seen Tim Hudak's movie before too," she said at one point in the debate, referring to the Mike Harris-era.
"Tim Hudak was part of a government that slashed public services and did not care for the interests of the people of the province in terms of education in terms of health care. They said they were going to, but then did not."
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