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Jon Stewarts reign of the Daily Show ends tonight
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We've known it's been coming for months now, but it's hard to get ready for the end of an era.

Tonight Jon Stewart will come out from behind the desk of The Daily Show and leave the program to his replacement Trevor Noah.

The past couple months have seen remembrance after remembrance, but there's no more putting it off. It's happening.

The final show tonight remains much of a mystery, although there are rumblings that politicians like Sen. John McCain and Sen. Chuck Schumer will make an appearance.

But before he takes that final bow, Stewart wanted to look back at his 16 years of success on the penultimate show last night with his new segment called: "The Daily Show: Destroyer of Worlds".



"What the f*** is going on here?!" Stewart screamed while banging on his desk. "The world is demonstrably worse than when I started. Have I caused this?"

"Hath my efforts all be for naught? As I shuffle off this basic cable coil, must I discover my years of evisceration have bettered nothing? Sixteen years of barbs and jeers spurred none to greatness."



It will be a little bit harder to swallow the bitter pill that is the world without Stewart's sugar coated cynicism to embody the rage we feel night after night. But somehow, we will move forward. <

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We're in full-on 'Goodbye Jon Stewart' mode here, people.

As we approach the end of his 16-year run on The Daily Show, which will land in our laps August 6, Comedy Central and the whole of the Internet has begun putting together their collective scrap books to honor the man behind the desk.

This video showcases Stewart's angelic pipes as he sung his way into our hearts for the past decade and a half.

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Time travel can be pretty confusing for everyone, especially when two different versions of yourself are telling you to do two separate things.

Amy Schumer can explain that struggle to you.

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Willenbee totally steals the show here, but Schumer gives a clear peak into the fabulous life of becoming royalty.

"Incubating a prince is literally your only role."

Just like every girl's dream!

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Jeez, Amy Schumer's really on a roll lately right? Everything from that boy band make up video to the full episode 12 Angry Men parody has just continued to be on point.

This sketch might not reach those highs, but it's still completely worth watching.

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