Happy Wednesday, it's PMQs time again! Here's a round-up of all the best bits from the Commons, but without all the jeering and cheering.
Oh, and it's the last one before Parliament goes into recess for the general election, so it should be a good one with only 43 days until 7 May.
It took three minutes for the PM to mention his economic plan:
Nancy Cameron cheered her dad on from the gallery despite apparently taking up a hunger strike over Jeremy Clarkson's suspension:
The PM apologised on behalf of the government in light of the Penrose Report:
Miliband tried to crack a joke about Cameron's "No third term" statements and got ruined for it:
And then something of substance actually happened. The PM ruled out a VAT rise just because Miliband asked him to:
Every MP was acting like a schoolboy on the last day before summer.
Despite the rowdiness, the PM still managed to deliver a stormer and destroy his adversary as he tends to do:
Although he did ask more questions than he answered:
And had a bit of a cringey moment:
But perhaps to most stand-out point of the entire session was this:
Could they be trying to tell us something? Only time will tell...