We've only got a little over a month left of Jon Stewart's legendary Daily Show show run, with his final episode set to air on August 6th. It's hard to imagine a world without Jon Stewart around to critique it, but before we begin panning ensuing host Trevor Noah, Comedy Central has given us a little gift—they'll be streaming every single one of Stewart's Daily Show episodes until he vacates his seat, starting tomorrow.

Indeed, you may need all 42 days of this "Month of Zen" marathon to make it through 16 years of Stewart, and you'll relive a lot—there's his fresh-faced first episode in 1999, for instance, and his touching opening monologue in the aftermath of 9/11. Stewart's survived four presidential elections, three NYC mayors, and one Vice President shooting a man in the face.

It's also fun to see all the former correspondents who have since earned their own glory—Steve Carell, Ed Helms, John Oliver, and Olivia Munn, to name a few. And then, of course, there's the unadulterated joy of reliving Stewart's banter with Stephen Colbert—though there's no doubt The Colbert Report made the world a whole lot brighter, it was hard losing "This Week in God."

The month of Stewart kicks off tomorrow at noon, and if you're looking to give yourself a seizure, enjoy this two minute timelapse documenting his aging process over the past decade and a half.