The Prime Minister's Questions session on Wednesday was always going to be of interest to viewers.
With no TV debate on the horizon, it's the last time Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May are to face off against each other ahead of the general election in June.
And Twitter seems to have roundly turned on the Prime Minister for her performance in the last barrage of questions, answers and yaa-boo-sucks insults.
Her repitition of the phrase "strong and stable" appears not to have gone down well for viewers, one of whom claimed May's government is as "strong and stable as the San Andreas Fault."
See some of the responses below: