On Monday morning, the interim leader of Nigel Farage's former party, Pat Mountain spoke to Sky's Adam Boulton ahead of their manifesto launch.
What followed might well be one of the most excruciating and awkward political interviews that has ever been broadcast on British television.
Mountain, who will only be the leader of the party until 31 January, appeared to know very little about Ukip's goals in this election other than they aren't standing against any "true Brexiteers" in the 44 seats they have selected.
This curious fact was immediately pulled up by Boulton who asked Mountain to name a few which she couldn't, neither could she name any of Ukip's key targets.
You couldn't make these people up 👇🤡
UKIP's interim leader Pat Mountain has been so busy with election stuff appa… https://t.co/PcCMl83YWm
Boulton then questioned what Ukip meant by 'true Brexiteers' and soon discovered that they are planning to run against Brexit Party candidates, which seems a little odd so he asked her to name the difference between the two parties.
If we look at the Brexit Party, I don't know if it's going to be there forever. Ukip has been here forever and we are staying.
After Brexit, what do they [the Brexit Party] actually stand for?
Sensing that her argument didn't make a whole lot of sense, Mountain presented a copy of the Ukip manifesto, which she couldn't actually reveal the contents of because it's not being launched until Friday.
UKIP interim Leader Pat Mountain on @SkyNews
Well done to Boulton for almost keeping a straight f… https://t.co/5YqdIzQj8c