Like Jeremy Corbyn, those following PMQs on social media were not impressed when Tory MPs were heard laughing about flooding:
Corbyn berates laughing Tories, saying floods are "not funny" to victims, Cameron says they have his every sympathy #PMQs— PHA Public Affairs (@PHAPolitical) January 6, 2016
Tory backbenchers may love Cameron's reshuffle jokes in response to serious flood questions but I doubt those affected are laughing #PMQs— Oli (@OliML) January 6, 2016
The PM then went on the offensive:
Cameron attacks Corbyn on leadership, competency and spending promises, repeating 'strong economy = strong public services' line #PMQs— BM Public Affairs (@BMPubAffairs) January 6, 2016
And he followed up with some quips for the TV cameras regarding Labour's reshuffle:
Not usually a fan of Cameron's jokes but those Shakespeare references to Corbyn were superb. #win— Julia Hartley-Brewer (@JuliaHB1) January 6, 2016
Meanwhile, a picture of the Labour front bench told its own story:
Glum faces on Labour's front bench pic.twitter.com/dNnKUzp2hs— Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) January 6, 2016
The drama continued...
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
Did it have something to do with this?
There was a brief combination landed by Cameron before the end of proceedings:
Despite plenty of questions, no-one mentioned the free vote that Conservative MPs will have on the Brexit referendum.