You might be forgiven for thinking you'd accidentally tuned in to Prime Minister's Questions, given the abundance of shouting and interruptions filling the studio during Thursday night's BBC EU debate.
-- BBC Newsbeat (@BBCNewsbeat) May 26, 2016
Tempers got heated as the young audience criticised the quality of the EU referendum campaign so far - particularly the mud-slinging and scaremongering of both sides.
Audience members in both the Remain and Leave camps were angry at the lack of plain-speaking. And the undecided camp weren't best pleased too.
-- Davie Ballantyne (@modfather86) May 26, 2016
They've still not directly answering any of the questions that are being proposed it so frustrating #EUdebate
-- Jake Jagger (@jakejaggerr) May 26, 2016
"I do not have any shame admitting that I have no idea how to vote, and I blame you lot entirely" Hahaha. Excellent. #BBCDebate
-- Emily Collins (@emmielouli) May 26, 2016
Alex Salmond, one of the four panel members, attempted to address the disquiet fairly early on, winning him approval on social media.
-- Payam Edalat (@payamedalat) May 26, 2016
-- Bazza J.B (@Strummer07) May 26, 2016
But unfortunately the atmosphere didn't improve, descending into a Jeremy Kyle-eque soap opera.
-- TinTops (@TinTopsuk) May 26, 2016
-- bbc Scot (@tang2scot) May 26, 2016
One poor questioner even went as far as to say she felt like she was in the House of Commons during Prime Minister's Question's.
Even when people did like what was being said, their applause just added to the chaos.
-- James Wharton (@jameswharton) May 26, 2016
-- John Stockbridge (@jstockbridge1) May 26, 2016
An hour of my life wasted watching that debate, still no clue what to do. #EUDebate
-- Jordan Cummings (@Jordan_C94) May 26, 2016