It's the final PMQs of 2015, and the House is well and truly brimming with festive joy. Time to see what went on, without all the jeering and shouting:
The PM began by paying tribute to Tim Peake, the first British astronaut to go up to the International Space Station:
Jeremy Corbyn wished everyone a Merry Christmas, but Cameron thought he said Season's Greetings, so made a quip that didn't quite make sense:
But everyone was a bit more interested in something else...
We got about fifteen minutes in before the PM actually gave an answer:
Jeremy was cracking out all kinds of jokes this week:
The PM used an Americanism and no one could quite cope with that:
Someone was wearing their sports kit for some reason:
Something interesting actually happened:
Then there was a question on E-Cigarettes:
Cameron made a TERRIBLE Star Wars joke in a desperate bid to be topical. It didn't go down well.
But mostly people were focusing on a few scorchers in the Chamber: