Fresh from last week's childish jibes about Jeremy Corbyn's clothing choices, it's time for yet another instalment of PMQs - so let's see what's going on without all the usual jeering.
Things were all the same as usual on the Labour front bench...
Tom Watson sits behind Corbyn like he's a bouncer keeping an eye on an OAP who snuck into a lap dancing club #pmqs— Mic Wright ✍ (@brokenbottleboy) March 2, 2016
Corbyn led with tax-free childcare, which has been held up in the government's plan, but he took his time doing it:
It's taken Corbyn three questions to get to what his surely his main point, the NAO report on free childcare #PMQs— Joel Taylor (@JoelTaylorhack) March 2, 2016
But David Cameron was well prepared to fight back:
Almost as if Corbyn briefed Cameron in advance... Pitiful #pmqs— Mike (@Dark_Blue_Box) March 2, 2016
So Corbyn moved on to teaching:
Jeremy Corbyn opts for a question from Tom the Teacher after making little headway with his own questions on childcare #PMQs— norman smith (@BBCNormanS) March 2, 2016
The PM snuck in a joke about Corbyn's meeting with Yanis Varoufakis, but it was painfully planted and tenuous:
'Acropolis Now'.#PMQs becoming a Greek tragedy once again.— André Lombard (@AndreLombard2) March 2, 2016
And obviously the Tory benches were brimming with planted questions to make the PM look good.
"Does the Prime Minister agree..." at the start of a question during #pmqs should activate a hidden gunge tank.— Mic Wright ✍ (@brokenbottleboy) March 2, 2016
No one could quite tell what the SNP's Westminster leader was up to:
Angus Robertson bores the Commons with a question effectively supporting Cameron. #PMQs— Dugald MacMillan (@DugaldMacMillan) March 2, 2016
Sorry dont know what Angus's second question was about. It made no sense #PMQs— Single Father #2271 (@DonaldMcBride) March 2, 2016
Labour's Neil Coyle had a pop at the PM's suit jibes from the previous week:
Labour's Neil Coyle, asking his first #PMQs question, says to Cameron: "I do hope my suit and tie match his mother's high expectations."— BuzzFeed UK Politics (@BuzzFeedUKPol) March 2, 2016
But the subject matter didn't really fit with the joke...
Probably don't open a question about the death of a child with a joke #PMQs— Daniel Jackson (@danieljksn) March 2, 2016
First #PMQs question from Neil Coyle : start off with a suit joke, straight into a stabbing. Nice— Liz Bates (@wizbates) March 2, 2016
The House was even more riotous than normal, especially when one MP failed to show up for his question...
And the PM genuinely tried to make a joke about electoral reform. And it was even that bad.
PM responds to David Davis' question, who stepped in for Jenkin: "I'm glad we've got the single transferable question". 😃😃😃 #PMQs— Darren McCaffrey (@DMcCaffreySKY) March 2, 2016
Single transferable banter #pmqs— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) March 2, 2016