Usually, I find that watching Prime Minister's Questions verges on the tedious. But, as it was Jezza's first outing, I metaphorically girded up my loins to watch the gladiators in their contest.
Mr Corbyn was calm and courteous. He looked somewhat dishevelled but that only served as a welcome contrast with the sleekit smoothness of the Prime Minister.
The Leader of the Opposition asked a series of questions based on e-mails he had received from real people, covering housing, tax credits and mental health facilities. IMHO, he put Cameron on the spot more than once; even on the telly, you could see the colour rising in Cameron's cheeks, as he strove to move his answers on to what he thought was safer ground.
So, rather unexpectedly, a win for Corbyn. At least, I thought so ...
You can watch it on BBC2 on the i-player.