There's only five installments of Prime Minister's Questions left until the general election, and with everything going on this week, today's was a fairly heated one.
Here's what happened, without all that noise:
Ed Miliband went on a rant about second jobs, even though the last Labour PM makes quite a lot on the side:
Although Dave did promise to have a go at the double-jobbing thing before he was elected:
The MP for Eltham got a bit rowdy:
And Ed actually did quite well at the dispatch box for once:
But, oddly, he offered to stop any Labour MPs being paid trade union officials:
That was all despite the current Act going through Parliament having an exception for trade union officials.
Dave couldn't even think of a new gag:
He ummed and ahhed a bit:
The MP for Pendle was far from modest about a jobs fair in his constituency:
There was much of the same:
The chaps in Parliament focused mainly on things that affected them:
And the Father of the House stepped up:
But David Cameron stumbled at the question "How many jobs should an MP have?":