Oh my. The first PMQs of 2016, and it's a very awkward one. The Labour Party was reeling from a three day ordeal in which Jeremy Corbyn relentlessly slashed his shadow cabinet and was faced with a wave of resignations, one of which was just minutes before PMQs started and it happened live on the Daily Politics.
So here's everything that happened in PMQs today, without all the shouting:
Things were very, very tense throughout the Labour benches...
Labour benches silent as Corbyn rises. #PMQs— George Eaton (@georgeeaton) January 6, 2016
Glum faces on Labour's front bench pic.twitter.com/dNnKUzp2hs— Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) January 6, 2016
Well someone looks like he's in a good mood. pic.twitter.com/u4tFg5Rqul— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) January 6, 2016
It took the PM only eight minutes to make fun of Corbyn for his reshuffle saga:
And he spent the rest of the first chunk dodging questions about the floods:
"We fixed the roof while the sun was shining"
**Whole country floods**
"It rained too much"January 6, 2016
Which the Tories laughed at...
If you've been flooded and you'd turned on #PMQs now I imagine you'd be furious at behaviour on Tory benches.— Cat Smith (@CatSmithMP) January 6, 2016
And then the PM led with some truly awful Shakespeare puns:
Groan. The PM is doing unfunny jokes about Shakespeare #pmqs— Kate McCann (@KateEMcCann) January 6, 2016
It's like when people laugh in the theatre and you didn't know there was a joke #pmqs— Graeme Demianyk (@GraemeDemianyk) January 6, 2016
The pedants were out in force after Cameron let slip a grammatical error:
Much less hours!? Arghhhh #pmqs— Stephanie Lis (@Stephanie_Lis) January 6, 2016
While others were criticising his appearance...
David Cameron needs to wash his hair you could cook chips in that grease in his hair! #PMQs— Dominic Leslie (@DomDom1919) January 6, 2016
Ooh did anyone see the back of Cameron's head then?! Ooh he's going frightfully bald isn't he?! #PMQs— Dylan H Morris. (@dylanhm) January 6, 2016
And some strange fashion choices on the backbenches:
And Kevan Jones resigned mid-PMQs, which made things even more awkward:
Steve Rotheram MP and PPS to Jeremy Corbyn just past his phone to Corbyn during #PMQs - with what message I wonder?— Darren McCaffrey (@DMcCaffreySKY) January 6, 2016