So, election night finally came and went. And it was weirder than we could have imagined. Not only did the country vote for a poll-defying hung parliament, but viewers were treated to hours of oddities that made all those weeks of campaigning worth it.
Firstly, BBC stalwart David Dimbleby was upstaged by a rogue fly live on air.
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