It's time for another Prime Minister's Questions! No doubt it'll be another half hour of political point scoring and schoolboy-esque jeering, so here's a round up of everything that happened with all the annoying bits taken out.
Jeremy Corbyn had a musical entrance, but no word on royalties being paid to The Who:
As Corbyn rises cries of 'Who Are You' ring through the Commons. #pmqs— Scooter1 (@scoote1972) February 24, 2016
Oh dear— Cham Payne (@Calamity_Payne) February 24, 2016
The who are you jibe was funny once, let's hear the end of it now aye #pmqs
And the Labour leader focused on junior doctors, but the PM just dodged everything:
Cameron will reply to this question with a load of stats and lies. #pmqs— Buddy Hell (@buddy_hell) February 24, 2016
And eventually it seemed like neither side could get their stats right:
Cameron ups the ante on weekend NHS deaths stats. Claims there's 11,000 not 6,000, the "true figure". Tin hats on #pmqs— Graeme Demianyk (@GraemeDemianyk) February 24, 2016
But Corbyn's dress sense was the main focus on Twitter:
#pmqs— England My England (@WantEnglandBack) February 24, 2016
Scruffy Corbyn wearing the same jacket, tie and shirt again. Hope he's washed them!
Has Jeremy Corbyn only got one suit jacket? #pmqs— James Dalton (@jamesdalton1990) February 24, 2016
And, thanks to a slightly self-deprecating jibe from Cameron, it was the focus of the House too:
Cameron: Ask my mother - I know what she'd say. She'd say, put on a proper suit, do up your tie and sing the national anthem. #PMQs— Red Box (@timesredbox) February 24, 2016
They're literally doing "your mum" gags at #PMQs— David MacLean (@GeordieStory) February 24, 2016
I think I could be a good politician
Corbyn's riposte to Cameron: "My late mother would say 'stand up for an NHS free at the point of care'." #pmqs— Graeme Demianyk (@GraemeDemianyk) February 24, 2016
But the soundbite was obviously an attempt to dodge the real issue of three more junior doctors strikes:
#pmqs oi, david cameron, lets just focus on the actual issues for a change rather than issuing sartorial advice from your mum...— Stacey (@_StaceyStacey) February 24, 2016
And after that, there wasn't much of night other than the usual.
I hate when Tory MPs ask questions at #pmqs lol it's always something like "WON'T THE PM AGREE THAT WE'RE REALLY GREAT GUFFAW GUFFAW?"— Maariyah (@Maariyah05) February 24, 2016
And even the Tory rebels had been whipped into line for PMQs:
Where da fuq are the immature "The EU is shit" questions from Tory backbenchers?? #pmqs— Helen James (@lettertodaddy) February 24, 2016