If you missed Thursday night's Republican debate, you might not know that Ben Carson is "everybody", John Kasich thinks Bernie Sanders is a joke, and Donald Trump has friends who buy tractors in Japan -- three of the most important moments from the battle; here are six more.
The showdown, hosted by Fox Business Network in North Charleston, S.C. was the feistiest such event of the election cycle so far. The candidates' contempt for one another came out on more than one occasion, and with the first primaries just a couple of weeks away, it's obvious the pressure is on.
President Obama's final State of the Union address, delivered Tuesday, was clearly fresh in the minds of the GOP contenders. Candidates minced no words in their respective assessments of Obama's record; take New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who called him a "petulant child" and threatened to "kick [his] rear end out of the White House" come the fall.
Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton was the target of numerous attacks as well, with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush characterizing the idea of her candidacy as a "national security disaster."
The Republican presidential contenders will debate one more time before voters gather for the Iowa caucus. The next GOP showdown will be on Thursday, January 28 on Fox News.
Until then, catch six of the biggest moments of last night's event.
1. Trump Contemplates Losing
Think Trump has a confidence problem? Not likely, but he did show the world on Thursday that he's thought about what happens if he loses the primary race.