Hooray, we're back! It's the first PMQs of the new parliament and David Cameron goes head-to-head with interim Labourleader Harriet Harman for the first time in a while. He'll also face questions from the third biggest party, the SNP.
Here's everything that happened, without all that shouting:
Things weren't quite as exciting as we wanted them to be:
It was very much more of the same:
But there was an odd feeling of something missing:
The new Tory majority allowed them to come out with a few new soundbites:
We got some lovely new camera angles:
The PM didn't hold back in rubbing salt in Ed Balls' wounds:
But nobody could spot Ed Miliband and Labour's front bench wasn't easily recognisable:
Harriet Harman didn't exactly stand out as the winner:
The SNP used their first question to show off their international policies:
Cameron sounded suspiciously different to when he had Nick Clegg keeping him in check:
Speaking of the former Deputy PM...
And the look on his face was heartbreaking:
New Labour MP Cat Smith had an absolute stormer of a question, and the PM blatantly couldn't answer it:
And this happened:
Diane Abbott hinted at her possible future plans:
Which led to someone asking where the Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip was:
Skinner managed to get his seat back from the SNP:
Nobody mentioned their own payrise, surprisingly:
But at the end, nothing really seemed all that different:
Maybe don't, Des. People get put on registers for that sort of thing.