This week's instalment of Prime Minister's Questions may not have featured the usual key players, but it was no less hysterical than normal.
Osborne-Eagle #pmqs imminent. Wonder if the Chancellor will face hostility from all sides, including his own, after Brexit Treasury report
-- Arj Singh (@singharj) May 25, 2016
George Osborne stood in place of PM David Cameron while he was otherwise engaged at the G8 summit in Japan, while Angela Eagle gave Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a break by stepping up to the dispatch box.
Eagle appeared to be flying high - if public opinion on social media is anything to go by.
#PMQs Angela Eagle is killing this. Osbourne can only respond by criticism of the 'last Labour Government'.
-- Tom Atkinson (@moorlanddragon) May 25, 2016
Angela Eagle did pretty well today - she thought on her feet, reacted appropriately, and was firm #PMQs
-- rach (@_youknown0thing) May 25, 2016
-- Nick Scales (@nick_scales) May 25, 2016
-- Scott Couldridge (@ScottCould) May 25, 2016
-- Tim C (@forwardnotback) May 25, 2016
But not everyone was convinced...
Strong start from Eagle, but I think Osborne came back sufficiently to be satisfied with that. #PMQs
-- Mark Sands (@MkSands) May 25, 2016
-- Ethaniel (@AugusTyme) May 25, 2016
Osborne on fire at #PMQs - some killer blows which left Labour reeling.
-- Doug (@dougmcfarlane_) May 25, 2016
Speaker John Bercow was forced to intervene in the braying several times to ensure Eagle was heard.
The general consensus? Laughable.
Prime Minister's Questions is popping today, most entertaining one for while looooool #PMQs
-- KingOfTheFall (@Sadiq_Ayy) May 25, 2016