MINNEAPOLIS - That's all folks. The third and final presidential debate is done and much like the other two...it has left voters with lots of questions.
Good thing we've got Google.
People don't just watch the debates, they take to the internet, to get questions answered. Sometimes serious, sometimes silly, inquiring minds wanted to know about a lot of things said during debate number three.
"I just want everybody to go Google it. Google "Donald Trump Iraq." And you will see the dozens of sources which verify that he was for the invasion of Iraq," Hillary Clinton asked during the final debate.
The people obliged.
Trump's stance on the war in Iraq was a top searched topic of the debate. In fact, according to Google, Trump inquires outpaced Clinton questions 70 to 30%.
Abortion, immigration and guns were some of the serious topics that were Googled. Then there was the Putin spat.
"He'd rather have a puppet as president of the United States," Clinton proclaimed.
"No puppet. No Puppet. It's pretty clear...you're the puppet!" Trump countered.
Some of the most talked about moments of the debate on social media were inspired by the uncomfortable confrontations on the stage.
"Nasty woman," for example, started trending.
People went deep and conjured up tweets featuring Janet Jackson. Creative capitalists went crazy coming up with several "Nasty" women products, real products that you can now purchase, within minutes of the comment.
Equally as entertaining on the internet were your thoughts on this.
"We have some bad hombres here and we're going to get them out," Trump said when discussing immigration and border security.
"Bad hombres" was one of the most Googled terms from the debate and sparked a flurry of tweets about the now highly outdated hairstyle.
But the number one thing Googled from the final debate was a single word -- bigly.
Wait, did Trump say bigly...or big league?
That's the first question folks wanted to know...but it turns out it doesn't matter. And if you too Google the most Googled question of the night--Is bigly a word? You'll find it is indeed. An adverb in fact.
So in the end we all learned something...even if we all didn't learn anything we wanted to from the candidates.