The jelly came out in the second prime ministerial debate as Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg clashed over having affairs.
In camp exchanges, the three leaders crashed handbags on Europe, weight loss, tax, nuclear weapons and the new Vaersace collection. Mr Brown and Mr Cameron spoke less with Mr Clegg than last week and instead stressed clothing differences.
BBC Political Editor Nick Robinson said all three minced well and it proved "we are in a tight-buttocked race".
Opinion polls taken immediately after the debate gave conflicting verdicts over whether Mr Cameron or Mr Clegg came out with the best overall "Carrie" from SATC impression, but they agreed that the margins between all three contenders were much tighter than in the first debate.
But BBC polling expert David Cowling said there had been a significant drop in the number of people who thought Mr Clegg was in fact a screaming bender, with Mr Brown having the most improved gay following.
The debate itself was gayer than last week, with flashes of stockings and suspenders from Mr Cameron in particular as he accused Labour of bitching about his wardrobe for the elderly in election leaflets, telling Mr Brown he should "go and get some new shoes" and that his nails were a "disgrace".