16/09/2015 08:38 BST | Updated 16/09/2015 08:59 BST

PMQs Today Without The Shouting: 16 September

It's Jeremy Corbyn's first ever PMQs as the Labour leader, and we're VERY excited. We're assuming you are too.

But if you don't want to watch it because of all the inevitable shouting and jeering, here's everything that happened without all the noise:

Jeremy Corbyn started off by reading out questions submitted by voters:


More or less everyone was trying to guess what the crowdsourced questions would say:

But they all actually ended up being a bit boring.

Jezza was wearing a beautiful gold tie, but he was upstaged by someone opposite:

We were about 10 minutes in before Jeremy's idea of a "new PMQs" with less shouting went completely down the pan:

And the general consensus was that those crowdsourced questions weren't going too well...

However, he did try his best to hold the PM to account on mental health issues within the NHS:

But Jeremy ran out of questions so the floor was handed to a Conservative MP with a joke question about a tiger.

And the jokes were very, very cringeworthy:

And a joke about a trouser press from the young Tory in charge of Corby.

Aaaaand it took almost half an hour for someone to mention the national anthem.

But all in all, it was a fairly tame and respectful session.