If you didn't catch it or simply couldn't face all the jeering, here's what happened without all the shouting.
It only took two minutes for a Conservative member to make a cold-hearted jibe about Jeremy Corbyn:
Karl McCartney dig at Corbyn by referring to him as "the honourable" (not right honourable) member #pmqs— Jane Merrick (@janemerrick23) October 14, 2015
But then Corbyn did the same to DC:
"The Prime Minister is doing his best and I admire that" Corbyn patronises Cameron! #PMQs— Kevin Maguire (@Kevin_Maguire) October 14, 2015
And it took about five seconds for the PM to start reeling off soundbites:
'Long term economic plan' *takes a drink* *not because it's a drinking game. I'm just depressed he's repeating the same shit* #PMQs— Tiernan Douieb (@TiernanDouieb) October 14, 2015
Corbyn wore his Mr Bean costume again:
There was some waffle about "affordable" homes:
Affordable housing in London is only affordable for people on wages of £75k a year #PMQs— Craig Solo (@craigsolo) October 14, 2015
The Tories seemingly laughed at Jeremy's emails from the public...
Tories sniggering at at corbyn's crowd-sourced Qs is not a good look. As if they are laughing at the electorate #PMQs— Owen Bennett (@owenjbennett) October 14, 2015
The Tories are laughing at the general public. That is what you voted in, they are laughing at poverty, child poverty #PMQs— Class-Warfare ☠ (@blacbloc) October 14, 2015
And Corbyn took a leaf out of Theresa May's book:
CORBYN DEATH GLARE. #PMQs— Nicholas Dunn-McAfee (@NicholasHDM) October 14, 2015
Extremely strong side-eye game from Jeremy Corbyn here https://t.co/dfrniHLGhb— Ned Simons (@nedsimons) October 14, 2015
Then the Speaker used the word "chuntering"...
Bercow whipping out the old classic "chuntering from a sedentary position". Not heard that in a while #pmqs— Arj Singh (@singharj) October 14, 2015
fuck is chuntering? #PMQs— brayne spewski (@alcxxk) October 14, 2015
"And then I chuntered everywha" #PMQs— Thomas Seal (@TW_Seal) October 14, 2015
It's this, in case you were wondering:
George Osborne was spaced out, as per usual:
But Jeremy Corbyn actually fought back, unlike in his first PMQs:
Someone make a Corbyn thug life video plz #PMQs— Ross McCafferty (@RossMcCaff) October 14, 2015
Things turned a bit school playground when David Cameron cracked out this zinger:
But most importantly, someone opened the floodgates for pig puns:
Was that our first pig reference at #PMQs? SNP MP Callum McCaig refers to a 'pig in a poke' in question to Cameron— i100 (@thei100) October 14, 2015
#PMQs "Clearly someone is telling Porkies..."— BenoHalestrom (@Benjamin_T_Hale) October 14, 2015
"Pig in a poke." "Telling porkies." PMQs? Porcine Qs more like (apologies in advance) #pmqs— Graeme Demianyk (@GraemeDemianyk) October 14, 2015
At least no one made a pig's ear of it.