Maybe it wasn't so bad that Kansas had so few gubernatorial debates, given how bizarre many debates were in other states. As the website Politico summarized: "Candidates clung desperately to talking points, seemingly indifferent when these did not bear even passing relevance to the question at hand. They lost their trains of thought. They fixed their opponents with peevish glares and snarled impatiently at one another. Nature called for one gubernatorial candidate, Republican Carl Paladino in New York, who left the stage to relieve himself during closing statements." Politico's conclusion: "2010, it turns out, will not go down as the year that Lincoln and Douglas got a run for their money." Click here to watch video high points of debate low points.